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Jewish forced laborers at Tempelhof in Berlin.
German Jews crowd the Palestine Emigration Office in an attempt to leave Germany.
Jews wait in front of the Polish Embassy for entrance visas to Poland after Germany's annexation of Austria.
German Jews, seeking to emigrate, wait in the office of the Hilfsverein der Deutschen Juden (Relief Organization of German Jews)
View of the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia.
Jews in Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia are rounded up for deportation.
Aleksander Belev, Bulgarian commissioner for Jewish Affairs (center, wearing hat and facing the camera), oversees the deportatio
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) guards search prisoners and take their belongings upon arrival at Jasenovac concentration camp.
At Berlin's Opernplatz, the burning of books and other printed materials considered "un-German" by members of the SA and student
Windows of a Jewish-owned store painted with the word "Jude" (Jew).
Jewish refugee girl from Vienna, Austria, upon arrival in Harwich.
Boycott poster. Berlin, Germany, April 1, 1933.
Jews prepare soup outside the "Monopol" tobacco factory, used as a transit camp by Bulgarian authorities during deportations of
Corpses of inmates discovered by Soviet troops at the Klooga forced-labor camp.
Jews forced to board ships in the Danube River port of Lom during deportations from Bulgarian-occupied territories.
Jews being deported from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace aboard the barge "Karadorde." The boat later sank on the Danube
Deportation of Jews from Skopje, the concentration point where Jews from Bulgaria, Greece, and Yugoslavia remained for about 20
Joseph Levi, a pharmacist and the head of the Jewish community of Komotine, wearing the compulsory Jewish badge.
Headquarters of the Nazi Gestapo (secret state police) and of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA).
Headquarters of the SS leadership at 9 Prince Albert Street.
Deportation from the Kovno ghetto to forced-labor camps in Estonia.
German Jews try to emigrate to Palestine; long lines in front of the Palestine and Orient Travel Agency.
Jews wait in line at the Margarethen police station for exit visas after Germany's annexation of Austria (the Anschluss).
Members of the SA interrogate a newly arrived prisoner in the Oranienburg camp near Berlin.
View of the brick factory in the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia.
Deportation to the Jasenovac camp.
Serbs interned in the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia.
At the Klooga concentration camp, Soviet soldiers examine the bodies of victims left by the retreating Germans.
A referral slip ordering Samuel Hirschenhauser to Jasenovac.
Norbert Yasharoff, a Bulgarian Jew, wearing the compulsory star of David.
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) guard next to a watchtower at the Jasenovac concentration camp.
During a visit to Germany, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini (back to camera) speaks with (left to right): SS chief Heinrich Hi
A gathering of Jewish youth from Rhodes.
Italian Fascist leader Benito Mussolini (center) with his top aides.
Jewish youth at the "HaRishona" (The First) Zionist training center construct a fishing boat.
An Italian Jew who survived the war by disguising himself as a priest and living in the Vatican from October 1943 to June 1944.
A view of Rosiers Street in the Jewish quarter of Paris, before World War II.
Jewish deportees, guarded by French police, board a train at the Austerlitz station for transport to the Pithiviers internment c
A group of Jewish men on a train platform with French policemen at the Austerlitz station before deportation to the Pithiviers i
SS Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Roedl, commandant of the Gross-Rosen concentration camp.
Jewish inmates in their barracks at the Italian concentration camp Ferramonti di Tarsia.
American troops march down the Champs Elysees in Paris following the Allied liberation of the city.
A Jewish women carries her radio into a police station after a German order (August 8, 1941) demanded the confiscation of all ra
A young man in the Jewish quarter of Paris wears the mandatory Jewish badge.
Jewish men wearing the mandatory yellow badge in the Jewish quarter of Paris.
False identity card of Jewish partisan Vittorio Finzi, issued in the name of Vittorio Rossi.
Rota Rosani, a former school teacher who joined the Italian armed resistance immediately upon the German occupation of Italy.
The New Synagogue in Trieste, opened in 1912 and desecrated by the Nazis on July 18, 1942.
Thousands gather at the Roman Forum to listen to a speech by Italian Fascist leader Benito Mussolini.
Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler stand together on an reviewing stand during a official visit to occupied Yugoslavia, 1941-1943
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