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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.
Wedding rings found by US army soldiers near the Buchenwald concentration camp.
SS Lieutenant Klaus Barbie in Nazi uniform.
Jewish survivors in a displaced persons camp post signs calling for Great Britain to open the gates of Palestine to the Jews.
A Jewish child refugee who fled eastern Europe as part of the organized postwar flight of Jews (the Brihah), as an apprentice at
A transport of 200 Jewish children, fleeing postwar antisemitic violence in Poland, arrives at the Prague railroad station.
Jewish women and children who fled Poland as part of the Brihah, the postwar mass flight of Jews from eastern Europe, are shelte
Polish Jewish children, part of Brihah—the flight from Europe—en route to the Allied occupation zones in Germany and Austria.
Checking identity cards of Jews who fled eastern Europe after the war (as part of the Brihah), in preparation for the journey to
British soldiers guard Jewish refugees, forcibly removed from the ship "Exodus 1947," on trucks leaving for Poppendorf displaced
Jewish children, forcibly removed by British soldiers from the ship "Exodus 1947," stand behind a barbed-wire fence.
Jewish displaced persons protest the forcible removal of Jewish refugees from the ship "Exodus 1947" by British soldiers.
Jewish refugees, part of Brihah—the postwar flight of Jews—in line at a relief center.
Jewish refugees in Shanghai look for names of relatives and friends who may have survived the war.
An exhausted Jewish woman from the "Exodus 1947" refugee ship is given a drink as British soldiers stand nearby.
As UN official Emil Sandstroem (bottom right, white hat) looks on, British soldiers remove Jewish refugees from the ship "Exodus
Jewish refugees who fled Poland as part of the postwar mass flight of Jews from eastern Europe (the Brihah) line the streets out
A British soldier removes refugees, wounded resisting the British, from the ship "Exodus 1947." Haifa, Palestine, July 20, 1947.
Refugees, previously passengers on the ship "Exodus 1947," crowded on a British deportation ship.
Polish Jewish refugees, part of the Brihah (the postwar mass flight of Jews from eastern Europe), arrive in Vienna.
Pro-Soviet partisans, part of the Polish People's Army (AL), during a visit from General "Rola" Zymierski (standing, third from
Execution site at the Ploetzensee prison.
Carl Goerdeler, former mayor of Leipzig and a leader of the July 1944 conspiracy to kill Hitler, stands trial before the People'
French leader Charles de Gaulle in London after the French armistice with Germany.
Polish partisans are hanged by the Nazis.
Simone Schloss, a Jewish member of the French resistance, under guard after a German military tribunal in Paris sentenced her to
Site where members of Einsatzgruppe A (mobile killing unit A) and Estonian collaborators carried out a mass execution of Jews in
SS General Reinhard Heydrich's assassins, Czech partisans, lie dead in front of the Carlo Boromeo Church (now the St.
Martin Niemöller, a prominent Protestant pastor who opposed the Nazi regime.
Hieronim Sabala (known as "Flora"), a member of the "Gray Columns" (code name for the underground scouts of the Polish resistanc
Josef Gabnik, a Czech resistance fighter and parachutist who participated in the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi go
Members of the Slovak partisan unit "Petofy" before a mission.
Dr. Joseph Jaksy (right) and a colleague.
A Soviet army instructor trains partisans in the use of grenades.
Romani (Gypsy) prisoners line up for roll call in the Dachau concentration camp.
Entrance to the Ploetzensee prison.
Eugen Bolz, a member of the Catholic opposition to Hitler, during his trial before the People's Court.
Carl Heinrich Langbehn, an attorney who was slated for a possible cabinet seat had the July 1944 attempt on Hitler's life succee
Under SA guard, a group of leading Socialists arrives at the Kislau camp, one of the early concentration camps.
Xaver Franz Stuetzinger, a member of the Communist Party of Germany, was tortured by the SS at Dachau concentration camp.
Ernst Thaelmann, leader of the German Communist Party, was detained during a mass arrest of Communists following the fire that v
Ludwig Beck, one time chief of the Army General Staff.
Roland Freisler (center), president of the Volk Court (People's Court), gives the Nazi salute at the trial of conspirators in th
Marzahn, the first internment camp for Roma (Gypsies) in the Third Reich.
US troops wade ashore at Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second front against G
Humiliation of prisoners: Social Democratic Party (SPD) inmates hold a placard which reads "I am a class-conscious person, party
A sign outside the Breendonk transit camp warning that trespassers will be shot.
Entrance to the Breendonk internment camp.
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