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Ustasa (Croatian fascist) camp guards order a Jewish man to remove his ring before being shot.
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) guards alongside belongings of prisoners at the Jasenovac concentration camp.
Jewish women, children and the elderly await deportation at the railroad station in Koszeg, a small town in northwestern Hungary
Deportation of Jews. Koszeg, Hungary, July 1944.
Deportation of Jews. Koszeg, Hungary, 1944.
Deportation of Hungarian Jews. Koszeg, Hungary, May 1944.
German forces enter Aachen, on the border with Belgium, following the remilitarization of the Rhineland.
Raoul Wallenberg in his office in the Swedish legation.
Raoul Wallenberg (seated) at the Swedish legation, with his Hungarian Jewish co-workers.
Deportation of the last Jewish inhabitants of Hohenlimburg.
Deportation of German Jews to Theresienstadt ghetto.
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) guards force a prisoner into a pit to be shot.
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) soldiers kill a victim with a dagger and bayonet.
Deportation of Jews by Bulgarian authorities.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace during deportation to Lom from the "Monopol" tobacco factory (used as a transi
Jewish-owned store vandalized during the January 21-23 Iron Guard pogrom.
Axis leaders Adolf Hitler and Italian prime minister Benito Mussolini meet in Munich, Germany, 1940.
Members of the Hlinka Guard march in Slovakia, a Nazi satellite state.
Mourners crowd around a narrow trench as coffins of pogrom victims are placed in a common grave, following mass burial service.
Members of the Arrow Cross Party after taking over power.
German forces during the military assault on Rotterdam during the Western Campaign.
Bulgarian leader Bogdan Filov (standing) and German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop (seated, center) during the signing
Aart Bouter, a Jehovah's Witness, was arrested by the Dutch police and deported to Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
SS guards force Jews, arrested during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"), to march through the town of Baden-Baden, Ger
A private Jewish home vandalized during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass" pogrom).
Storefronts of Jewish-owned businesses damaged during the Kristallnacht ("Night of Broken Glass") pogrom.
The Prinzregenten Street synagogue, destroyed by fire during the Kristallnacht ("Night of Broken Glass") pogrom.
Local residents watch the burning of the ceremonial hall at the Jewish cemetery in Graz during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Bro
Jews arrested after Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass") await deportation to Dachau concentration camp.
Wilhelm Kusserow, a German Jehovah's Witness who was shot by the Nazis.
Franz Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was imprisoned for nine years for his religious beliefs.
Hilda Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was imprisoned for nine years for her religious beliefs.
Karl-Heinz Kusserow, a Jehovah's witness who was imprisoned by the Nazis because of his beliefs.
Hildegard Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was imprisoned for four years in several concentration camps including Ravensbrueck.
A Romani (Gypsy) victim of Nazi medical experiments to make seawater potable.
A Jewish child is forced to show the scar left after SS physicians removed his lymph nodes.
Seven-year-old Jacqueline Morgenstern, later a victim of tuberculosis medical experiments at the Neuengamme concentration camp.
Eduard, Elisabeth, and Alexander Hornemann.
Klaas de Vries, a Dutch Jehovah's Witness who was deported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Germany.
Over one thousand Jews from the Ukrainian town of Lubny, ordered to assemble for "resettlement," in an open field before they we
Roundup of the Jews of Lubny, shortly before they were massacred by Einsatzgruppe detachments.
Shattered storefront of a Jewish-owned shop destroyed during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Abraham Blum, leader of the Bund (Jewish Socialist party) and member of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB).
Israel Kanal, a member of the Akiva youth movement and a founder of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) in Warsaw.
Nazi police round up Romani (Gypsy) families from Vienna for deportation to Poland.
Deportation of Romani (Gypsy) families from Vienna to Poland.
During the Warsaw ghetto uprising, German soldiers round up Jews in factories for deportation.
German soldiers discover a Jewish resistance fighter in the cellar of a building, on the last day of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
A photographer with a group of nomadic Roma (Gypsies).
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