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Romani (Gypsy) survivors in a barracks of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp during liberation.
Two Roma (Gypsies) photographed near Craiova.
Romani (Gypsy) family near Craiova.
Romani (Gypsy) women and child. Romania, 1930s.
Two Romani (Gypsy) artisans. Ploesti, Romania, 1930s.
Jews are forced into boxcars destined for the Belzec extermination camp.
A captured Jewish resistance fighter who was forced out of his hidden bunker by German soldiers during the Warsaw ghetto uprisin
Gypsy camp in the Lodz ghetto. Poland, 1941–1944.
Arie Wilner, a founder of the Warsaw ghetto's Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB).
Deportation of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto during the uprising.
View after the obliteration of the Belzec extermination camp: railway shed where victims' belongings were stored.
Jews under guard during deportation from the Warsaw ghetto.
Jews being deported from the Warsaw ghetto board a freight train.
A Jewish woman during a deportation from the Warsaw ghetto.
US soldiers discovered these boxcars loaded with dead prisoners outside the Dachau camp.
Jews being deported from the Warsaw ghetto march to the freight trains.
View of prisoners' barracks soon after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp.
Site at which the SS shot and burned the last 45 of 48 prisoners at Chelmno.
View of the Dachau concentration camp, after liberation.
Jews arrive at the Drancy transit camp by bus.
Deportation of Jewish women from the Warsaw ghetto.
Survivors of the Ampfing subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp soon after liberation by US troops.
Adolf Eichmann, SS official in charge of deporting European Jewry.
A Polish prisoner (marked with an identifying patch bearing a "P" for Pole), Julian Noga, at the Flossenbürg concentration camp.
American soldiers view bodies of victims of Kaufering, a network of subsidiary camps of the Dachau concentration camp.
View of the village of Chelmno. To the left of the church is the Schloss, one of two sites of the Chelmno camp.
Austrian prisoners, marked with triangles and identifying patches, in the Dachau concentration camp.
Buses waiting at the entrance to the Velodrome d'Hiver, where almost 13,000 Jews were assembled before being transported to Dran
View of barracks after the liberation of Kaufering, a network of subsidiary camps of the Dachau concentration camp.
The crematoria at Dachau concentration camp, soon after the liberation of the camp.
Pius XII, pope from 1939 to 1958.
A pedestrian stops to read an issue of the antisemitic newspaper "Der Stuermer" (The Attacker) in a Berlin display box.
Barracks in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp.
Assortment of antisemitic handbills, posters, and stickers.
Poster for the antisemitic museum exhibition "Der ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew) characterizes Jews as Marxists, moneylenders, an
Soon after liberation, an emaciated child survivor is carried out of camp barracks by Soviet first-aid workers.
A Jewish cafe painted with antisemitic graffiti.
Rail cars, discovered by Soviet forces, containing bundles to be shipped to Germany.
Two German sentries stand guard at Augustow on the demarcation line between Soviet- and German-occupied Poland.
SS officers supervise the erection of a gallows, for the hanging of inmates, in a wooded areas by the Buchenwald concentration c
A post marked with Soviet symbols along the demarcation line between German- and Soviet-occupied Poland.
German civilians from the town of Nammering, under orders of American military authorities, dig graves for victims of a death ma
Execution of prisoners, most of them Jewish, in the forest near Buchenwald concentration camp.
Simon Wiesenthal, Holocaust survivor and an investigator of Nazi war criminals, tours a synagogue for refugee Jews in central Eu
A view of barracks in the Buchenwald concentration camp.
View of a guard tower and fence at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
One of many piles of ashes and bones found by US soldiers at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
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