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The "St. Louis," carrying German Jewish refugees denied entry into Cuba and the United States, arrives in Antwerp.
Belgium agreed to accept some of the Jewish refugee passengers of the "St.
A view of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp after the liberation of the camp.
Soon after liberation, camp survivors eat near scattered corpses.
After liberation of the Bergen-Belsen camp, British soldiers forced German mayors from nearby towns to view mass graves.
The Bergen-Belsen former concentration camp is burned to the ground to halt the spread of typhus.
The Bergen-Belsen former concentration camp is burned to the ground by British soldiers to prevent the spread of typhus.
View of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Cremation oven used in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Jacob Edelstein, chairman of the Jewish council in Theresienstadt.
The house at Prinsengracht 263, where Anne Frank and her family were hidden.
Polish civilians walk by a section of the wall that separated the Warsaw ghetto from the rest of the city.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace during deportation.
Entrance to the courtyard, marked with a Star of David, of a building designated for Jews.
View of part of the Plaszow concentration camp.
Entrance to the Plaszow camp. Plaszow, Poland, 1943-1944.
The fence surrounding the Plaszow camp.
View of the Plaszow concentration camp.
A group of women prisoners in the Plaszow camp.
Prisoner forced laborers crowd around containers of food.
A young man looks at the antisemitic caricature in the display window of the Danzig office of "Der Stuermer." The poster reads:
Antisemitic graffiti on a Jewish-owned shop.
Portrait of a boarding school class in which a Jewish boy was hidden.
German forces occupied Riga in early July 1941.
A building in Rome used as Gestapo (secret state police) headquarters during the German occupation.
Adolf Hitler (standing at front of car) enters Danzig.
Adolf Hitler addresses German officers after the occupation of Danzig.
Following Germany's annexation of Memel from Lithuania, a crowd of Germans in Memel's marketplace listens to Hitler speak.
Hitler enters Memel following the German annexation of Memel from Lithuania.
Arthur Greiser, a leading Nazi party official in Danzig.
SS troops advance during the invasion of Greece.
Jews at the railroad station before deportation.
Antisemitic graffiti on Jewish-owned businesses on a Danzig street in 1935.
Hitler addresses a jubilant crowd on Vienna's Heldenplatz after Germany annexed Austria (the Anschluss).
Members of the SA enter Danzig in 1939.
German troops occupy Prague. Czechoslovakia, March 15, 1939.
A streetcar decorated with swastikas passes billboards displaying Hitler's face.
Entrance to the Riga ghetto. Riga, Latvia, 1941-1943.
Jews from the Riga ghetto arrive at their forced-labor assignment in the Luftwaffe (German air force) field clothing depot.
Haviva Reik, a parachutist from Palestine, before her mission to aid Jews in Slovakia.
Members of the League of German Girls wave Nazi flags in support of the German annexation of Austria.
Hitler in Brno (Bruenn) shortly after German troops occupied Czechoslovakia.
German occupation troops march through the streets of Prague.
Jewish families with bundles of belongings during deportation from the Kovno ghetto to Riga in neighboring Latvia.
Scene during Adolf Hitler's triumphant return to Berlin shortly after Germany's annexation of Austria (the Anschluss).
Jewish parachutist Hannah Szenes at Kibbutz Sedot Yam, a communal agricultural settlement.
Group of Jewish parachutists under British command including Haviva Reik (center), who was sent into Slovakia.
Zvi Ben-Yaakov (left) and Haviva Reik (center), Jewish parachutists under British command.
Parachutists from Palestine 1) Zvi Ben-Yaakov, 2) Haviva Reik, 3) Rafi Reiss, 4) Abba Berdichev, and 5) Hayim Hermesh on a missi
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