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The Anciaux family with Annie and Charles Klein (front), Jewish children whom they sheltered during the war.
Mimi Anciaux (left) and Annie Klein.
Three SS officers at the Breendonk internment camp: from left, First Lieutenant Hans Kantschuster, Master Sergeant Walter Muelle
The interior of a barracks at the Westerbork transit camp, after liberation.
Defendant Otto Ohlendorf testifies on his own behalf at the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
US Brigadier General Telford Taylor, chief counsel for war crimes, opens The Ministries Trial by reading the prosecution's openi
German pedestrians read Hermann Goering's "Nine Commandments for the Workers' Struggle," which included such exhortations as th
The accused and their defense attorneys at the International Military Tribunal courtroom.
Jewish women and children from Yugoslavia arrive at the camp on Rab island.
Mothers who have given birth in a National Socialist maternity home wait to have their babies examined by a doctor.
The cover of a Nazi publication on race, "Neues Volk" (New People), portrays motherhood with this ideal image of an "Aryan" moth
Portrait of Mother Superior Alfonse, who hid Jewish children from the Nazis in the Dominican Convent of Lubbeek near Hasselt.
Nazi policy encouraged racially "acceptable" couples to have as many children as possible.
The Bishop of Namur visits a Catholic home for boys, where ten or more of the boys were known to be Jewish.
Shoshane Varmel Levy and her son, Jules, wearing the compulsory yellow badge, on a street in Antwerp.
A work corps of German women marches to the fields.
Social Democratic political prisoners in the Duerrgoy concentration camp near Breslau.
Members of a Jewish resistance group (Organisation Juive de Combat).
Jewish homes in flames after the Nazis set residential buildings on fire in an effort to force Jews out of hiding during the War
SS and Police Leader Juergen Stroop interrogates two Jews arrested during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Jewish parachutist Haviva Reik before her mission to aid Jews in Slovakia during the Slovak national uprising.
Jewish partisans in Naliboki forest, near Novogrudok.
Dome of the Reichstag (German parliament) building, virtually destroyed by fire on February 27, 1933.
Jewish parachutist Hannah Szenes on her first day in Palestine.
Jewish partisans, survivors of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, at a family camp in Wyszkow forest.
A British soldier watches women SS guards who were forced to carry victims' corpses to mass graves.
Jewish female survivors at a convalescent home.
The type of "Aryan" identification card which Vladka Meed had used from 1940–1942 on the Aryan side of Warsaw, smuggling arms to
Breckinridge Long (1881–1958), US assistant secretary of state with jurisdiction over immigration and refugee issues during the
A class for new immigrants in the United States.
Rozetta Lezer Lopesdias-Van Thyn, left, and a friend, with the compulsory Star of David on their clothing.
Portrait of a Jewish family. Pinsk, Poland, ca.
Commercial area on Nalewki Street in Warsaw's Jewish quarter.
A Greek Jewish couple with compulsory yellow stars on their clothing.
Members of the Nazi girls' organization, the League of German Girls (BDM), do a group exercise.
Under guard, Jewish men, women, and children board trains during deportation from Siedlce to the Treblinka extermination camp.
Two survivors in front of the women's barracks in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Men, women, and children dig defense ditches during the German siege of Warsaw.
An emaciated woman sells the compulsory Star of David armbands for Jews.
Jews carry luggage to an assembly point before deportation to the Westerbork camp.
Soon after liberation, camp survivors bathe in outdoor showers set up by the British.
SS men search Jews for weapons. Warsaw, Poland, October or November 1939.
Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted." Warsaw, Poland, F
Jewish police at a barricaded entrance to the Warsaw ghetto.
Street vendor sells old Hebrew books.
A Polish policeman searches the bag of a Jewish resident of the ghetto.
A Polish policeman checks the papers of a Jewish resident of the Warsaw ghetto.
A German policeman interrogates a Jewish man accused of trying to smuggle a loaf of bread into the Warsaw ghetto.
A Jewish man attempts to make a living by playing music on a gramophone, which he wheels around in an old baby carriage.
Soon after liberation, concentration camp survivors wash each other with some of the site's limited supply of water.
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