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Josef Terboven (foreground, left), German commissioner for occupied Norway, 1940-1945.
Vidkun Quisling, leader of the collaborationist Norwegian government, returns a salute during a ceremony in Oslo.
Sections of V-2 rockets, the so-called Vengeance Weapons, are removed by rail from the Dora-Mittelbau camp after liberation.
View of a tunnel entrance to the rocket factory at the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, near Nordhausen.
Under orders of the US First Army, German civilians prepare to use a stretcher to remove corpses of victims of the Dora-Mittelba
Polish Jewish refugees arrive in Vienna after the war.
After the liberation of Dora-Mittelbau, local German residents were required to bury the bodies of victims of the camp.
Liberated inmates of the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, located near Nordhausen, view an area where camouflaged V-1 and V-2
A girl in the Kloster Indersdorf children's center who was photographed in an attempt to help locate surviving relatives.
Jewish refugees in front of the "Kibbutz Buchenwald" building, where Jews received agricultural training in preparation for life
Jewish refugees, forcibly removed by British soldiers from the ship "Exodus 1947," arrive at Poppendorf displaced persons camp.
A British guard in a watchtower at Poppendorf displaced persons camp, after the arrival of Jewish refugees forced from the "Exod
Displaced persons protest the forced return to Germany of passengers from the refugee ship "Exodus 1947." British Foreign Secret
A Hanukkah party for Jewish children at the Fuerth displaced persons camp.
Jewish displaced persons receive food at the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) Bindermichl displac
A witness for the prosecution at a war crimes trial identifies a doctor who denied medical care to prisoners at the Dora-Mittelb
A group of the 19 men accused of committing atrocities at the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, located near Nordhausen, during
Judges in the trial of 19 men accused of committing atrocities at the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, located near Nordhausen
Front page of a newspaper from Landsberg displaced persons camp.
Jewish displaced persons put up signs demanding open immigration into Palestine.
Burned bodies of former prisoners of Rottleberode, a subcamp of Dora-Mittelbau, lie near the entrance to a barn that had been se
American Legion officials touring Germany and Austria pass through the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, near Nordhausen.
Jewish refugees in the barracks at Feldafing displaced persons camp.
An art class for children in the Fiesole displaced persons camp, outside Florence.
Refugees protest British immigration policy in Palestine.
A woman in the Bad Reichenhall camp for Jewish displaced persons.
View of the Zeilsheim displaced persons camp.
Children learn a religious text from an Orthodox Jewish teacher.
Dining room at the Landsberg displaced persons camp.
School building for children in the Ebelsberg camp for Jewish displaced persons.
Barracks in the Ebelsberg camp for Jewish displaced persons.
Hot food is served at the displaced persons camp on Arzbergerstrasse.
View of the Salzburg displaced persons camp.
Under the supervision of the US First Army, German civilians from Nordhausen carry victims of the Dora-Mittelbau concentration c
Medical staff attend to infants at the children's clinic in the Zeilsheim displaced persons camp, which was in the American occu
Jewish refugees work on a newspaper at Zeilsheim displaced persons camp.
Jewish refugees protest British immigration policy in Palestine.
Members of a US congressional committee investigating German atrocities view the emaciated body of a dead prisoner at the Dora-M
Members of a US congressional committee investigating German atrocities view a V-2 rocket on the assembly line of an underground
German police and Ukrainian collaborators force Jewish prisoners to undress before they are shot.
A notice reads "Business closed by the police due to profiteering.
Police search a messenger employed by the Social Democratic newspaper VORWAERTS.
SS and Nazi police prepare for a raid on the Jewish community offices in Vienna.
German police parade before Adolf Hitler in front of Hotel Deutsches Haus, at a Nazi Party Congress rally.
German police raid a vandalized Jewish home in the Lodz ghetto.
Arthur Nebe, head of the Nazi criminal police (Kripo).
SS General Ernst Kaltenbrunner served as head of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) and as chief of Nazi Security Police (Sip
Heinrich Mueller, the head of the Gestapo, the Third Reich's secret state police.
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