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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.
Prisoners at forced labor under SS and police guard in the Oranienburg concentration camp.
After Hitler became chancellor of Germany, he persuaded his cabinet to declare a state of emergency and end many individual free
Police search in Berlin. Germany, 1933.
Romanian soldiers supervise the deportation of Jews from Kishinev.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler (left) and Hans Frank, head of the Generalgouvernement in occupied Poland.
The Nazi flag is raised over the Krakow castle.
Aftermath of a shooting along the banks of the Danube River; members of the pro-German Arrow Cross party massacred thousands of
A section of the Plaszow camp. Plaszow, Poland, 1943-1944.
Prisoners receive meager food allocations at the Plaszow camp.
Amon Goeth (front left), commandant of the Plaszow camp, was sentenced to death at his postwar trial on war crimes charges.
Calvinist minister Gerardus Pontier and his wife, Dora Wartema, at Yad Vashem, where they were honored for hiding Jewish childre
Austrian Nazi Arthur Seyss-Inquart.
View of the Vught transit camp. Vught, the Netherlands, after September 9, 1944.
Residents of the Krakow ghetto walk past a German truck loaded with furniture confiscated from Jews.
Jews in the Krakow ghetto unload furniture, to be used as kindling, next to a pile of coal.
Jews move into the ghetto area. Krakow, Poland, March 1941.
Lithuanian collaborators guard Jews before their execution.
Pierre Laval, head of the government of Vichy France and Nazi collaborator.
Police force Romanian Jews, survivors of a pogrom in Iasi, to board a train during their expulsion from Iasi to Calarasi.
Nazis and Latvian militia men ordered Jews to undress, then shot them in the trenches.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace interned in the "Monopol" tobacco factory, which was used as a transit camp.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace interned in the "Monopol" tobacco factory, which was was used as a transit cam
Children sit and sleep on the floor at Sisak, a Ustasa (Croatian fascist) concentration camp for children.
Victims of Ustasa (Croatian fascist) atrocities on the banks of the Sava River.
Ustasa (Croatian fascist) soldiers lead people to their execution in Herzegovina, in the pro-German fascist state of Croatia est
Shimshon and Tova Draenger, members of the underground in the Krakow and Warsaw ghettos and partisans in the Wisnicz Forest.
Group of German-born Jewish refugees shortly before leaving Vancouver, Canada, for Australia and New Zealand.
Jewish refugee children look out of the train window as they leave their parents.
Jewish refugee children on a train leaving Germany.
Jewish refugee children from Nazi Germany.
A group of German and Austrian Jewish refugee children arrives in New York.
Delegates to the Evian Conference, where the fate of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany was discussed.
German Jewish refugees look through the windows of the "St.
The Hotel Royal, site of the Evian Conference on Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany.
The Evian Conference on Jewish refugees.
Arrival of Jewish refugees from Germany.
A Jewish passenger prays on board a refugee ship from Germany bound for Argentina in 1938.
Jewish refugee youth, on an escape route from France to Switzerland, at a Children's Aid Society (OSE) girls' home.
Jewish refugee youth from French transit camps at the Children's Aid Society (OSE) home "Maison des Pupilles de la Nation." Some
A Hebrew poster reads: "Give a hand in rescue, the Fund for Recruitment and Rescue".
Jewish refugees in Lisbon, including a group of children from internment camps in France, board a ship that will transport them
Polish Jews, who had escaped the Germans by fleeing to the Soviet Union, upon their return to Poland after World War II.
Jewish women deported from Bremen, Germany, are forced to dig a trench at the train station.
A Jewish couple wearing mandatory Jewish badges.
An elderly German Jewish woman wearing the compulsory Jewish badge.
Two German Jewish women wearing the yellow Star of David.
The refugee ship "Pentcho," carrying 510 passengers bound for Palestine, in the Aegean Sea.
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