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Twelve Hungarian Jewish physicians in the Iklad forced-labor camp.
Conscripts of Hungarian Labor Service Company VIII/2 at work laying railroad track.
Inmates of a forced-labor camp for Jews in Hungarian-occupied Transylvania.
Deportation of Jews. Skopje, Yugoslavia, March 1943.
A flag bearing a swastika is raised over the city hall in Sarajevo after German forces captured the city.
Inmates in the Sajmiste internment camp in Serbia.
The execution by hanging of Serbs and Jews in the Banat region.
One of the tent camps used to detain Jewish displaced persons denied entry into Palestine by the British.
A man and his son, displaced persons (DPs) from Romania, wait on a cot in the Rothschild Hospital displaced persons camp in Vien
Jewish displaced persons from Poland in a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration camp.
Morris Laub (right), Joint Distribution Committee director for Cyprus, reviews supplies sent for the 12,000 Jews still interned
Jewish refugees in Feldafing displaced persons camp.
Lyrics to the Jewish national anthem and portraits of Zionist leaders hang in a classroom.
Jews at forced labor in a military camp in Sarajevo.
Jews drafted into the Hungarian Labor Service System march to a work site.
A Jewish child wears the compulsory Star of David badge with the letter "Z" for Zidov, the Croatian word for Jew.
Hungarian gendarmes oversee a group of Jewish forced laborers.
This poster urges Jews to: "Protect Jewish interests.
View of the quarry in a forced-labor camp established by the Hungarian government.
With bowls in hand, conscripts of a Jewish Hungarian labor unit wait for food.
Conscripts in the Hungarian Labor Service march to a work site.
Refugees on board Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Theodor Herzl" carry bodies (in white shrouds) of two passengers slai
Jewish orphans in a displaced persons center in the Allied occupation zone.
Eight-year-old Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau is held by a fellow Buchenwald survivor, Elazar Schiff, as they arrive in Palestine abo
Jewish refugee youths, prevented by the British from landing in Palestine, learn sewing at a detention camp.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion reads the declaration of the state of Israel at an official ceremony following the United Nation
The last group of European Jewish refugees leaves a British detention camp for Israel.
A child survivor arrives at Haifa port on board the Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Mataroa." The British denied the pa
British soldiers force Jewish refugees from Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Theodor Herzl" through a disinfection stati
British soldiers transfer children refugees from the Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Theodor Herzl" to a vessel for dep
Refugees removed from the "Exodus 1947" walk to a ship which will return them to Europe.
Guards check the identification papers of women entering the ghetto in Munkacs, in a part of Czechoslovakia annexed by Hungary i
Djakovo concentration camp, where Croatian Jews were imprisoned and killed, was located in this former flour mill.
An order to Jews and Serbs from the Croatian nationalist Ustasa government to move out of certain city neighborhoods.
Hungarian soldiers and gendarmes participate in the mass killing of Serbian Jews and Serbians.
Three Jewish children in the Feldafing displaced persons camp.
Jews forced to clear rubble from streets following the bombardment of Belgrade.
Jewish refugees on the ship "Exodus 1947" at Haifa port.
A child wears the compulsory Jewish badge.
British soldiers remove Jews, passengers of the "Exodus 1947" who were forcibly returned from Palestine, upon their arrival in H
Drafting class sponsored by ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training).
German troops pass through a village during the invasion of Norway.
Public humiliation of Jews. Tarnow, Poland, 1940.
Germans humiliate religious Jews in Tarnow.
On a Jewish-owned shop, Norwegian fascists painted the slogan: "Palestine is calling.
Antisemitic graffiti on the window of a Jewish-owned store.
The "Donau," one of the largest ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany.
The "Monte Rosa" (right), one of the ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany.
Vidkun Quisling, pro-German Norwegian Fascist leader.
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