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Jewish parachutist Haviva Reik, before her emigration to Palestine.
Hitler addresses German troops at the market square in Eger, during the German occupation of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland region
A 14-year-old inmate of the Kaiserwald concentration camp near Riga.
Jews from the Riga ghetto on the "Aryan" side of Riga.
Scene during an open market in prewar Rome's Jewish section.
German troops during the invasion of Yugoslavia, which began on April 6, 1941.
German Stuka dive-bombers fly over Yugoslavia during the German invasion of Yugoslavia, which began on April 6, 1941.
German troops and bombers on an improvised airfield during the battle for Norway, May 3, 1940.
German troops arriving in Norway by ship prepare for landing during the German invasion of Norway.
German troops disembarking in Norway.
A Polish town lies in ruins following the German invasion of Poland, which began on September 1, 1939.
Survivors of the Ebensee subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
The Gusen subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Corpses found by US soldiers after the liberation of the Gunskirchen camp, a subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Jewish partisans in the Polesye region.
Crowd views the aftermath of a massacre at Lietukis Garage, where pro-German Lithuanian nationalists killed more than 50 Jewish
A Jewish man deported from Vienna, Austria, performs forced labor in the Opole Lubelskie ghetto.
A 13-year-old orphan, a survivor of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
A group of Jewish resisters, members of a fighting organization (Organisation Juive de Combat).
Portrait of Jewish partisans. Bedzin ghetto, Poland, between 1942 and 1943.
Jewish women with bodies of executed men outside the Seventh Fort.
Two Jewish partisans during the uprising before liberation.
Shortly before liberation by Allied forces, French resistance fighters staged uprisings across occupied France.
Jews wait at Polish Consulate for entrance visas to Poland after Germany's annexation of Austria.
A hanged Jewish partisan with a sign stating, "We are partisans and have shot at German soldiers." Minsk, between 1941 and 1944.
Cheering crowds greet Hitler as he enters Vienna.
Jews deported from Germany and Austria march towards the Lodz ghetto.
Group of Jewish partisans from the Kovno ghetto.
Jews wearing compulsory yellow Stars of David in Vienna.
The Rudnicki Street entrance to the Vilna ghetto.1941–1942.
Jewish partisan Boris Yochai plants dynamite on a railroad track.
Lithuanian militiamen in Kovno round up Jews during an early pogrom.
Three Jewish partisans in Wyszkow Forest near Warsaw.
Jewish partisans pose for a group photo in the Carpathian Mountains.
A group of Jewish partisans, members of a unit of the Armee Juive (Jewish Army).
Jews seeking emigration visas line up in front of the Polish consulate in Vienna.
Two Jewish men (center, and at right in overcoat), carrying paint and brushes, who were forced by Austrian Nazis to paint "Jude"
A Jewish man forced to paint anti-Jewish graffiti on a shuttered storefront.
Scene during an SS raid on the Viennese Jewish community offices.
Adolf Hitler and entourage view a military parade following the annexation of Austria (the Anschluss).
Belongings of Jews who were deported from Vienna.
The exterior of a Jewish-owned business damaged by Austrian Nazi terror bombing before the annexation of Austria.
SA men post signs demanding that Germans boycott Jewish-owned businesses.
Nazis block Jews from entering the University of Vienna.
Entrance to the public baths in Wannsee with a sign stating, "Entrance to Jews is forbidden." Berlin, Germany, 1935.
Corpses of inmates from Klooga concentration camp stacked for burning.
Rail tracks at the Putlitz Street railroad station in Berlin.
Members of a Jewish family walking along a Berlin street wear the compulsory Star of David.
Site where members of Einsatzgruppe A (mobile killing unit A) and Estonian collaborators carried out a mass execution of Jews in
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