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Jewish refugee youth sail for Palestine from an Italian port on the Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Parita." 1940.
Jews of the Kishinev ghetto assembled for deportation to Transnistria.
Jewish women at forced labor in the process of clearing rubble from the main street.
The Jewish residents of a village in Bessarabia are held before their deportation to Transnistria.
Ruins of a synagogue destroyed during anti-Jewish rioting.
During the deportation of survivors of a pogrom in Iasi to Calarasi or Podul Iloaei, Romanians halt a train to throw off the bod
Along the route from Iasi to either Calarasi or Podul IIoaei, Romanians remove corpses from a train carrying Jews deported from
Jews who were expelled from Romania to Hungary eat in an open field.
An 18-month-old Jewish boy, Chaim Leib, who was murdered at the Auschwitz extermination camp in Poland.
Jewish children at a summer camp.
Jewish children leaving for a summer camp organized by the "Yiddisher Shul Verein" (Yiddish school association).
Prewar photograph of students in a weaving workshop at a yeshiva (rabbinical academy) in the northern Transylvanian town of Sigh
Children and staff leaving for the "Morgenroyt" schools summer camp, organized by the Bund (Jewish Socialist party).
In Hitler's presence, Romanian ruler Ion Antonescu signs the Three-Power Agreement.
German tanks pass a reviewing stand during a victory parade following the German defeat of Poland.
A Nazi decree issued in October 1941, in German and Polish, warns that Jews leaving the ghetto, or Poles who aid them, will be e
A Polish town in ruins after six years of war and German occupation.
German soldiers expel Polish inhabitants from the Zamosc area.
Polish partisans are hanged by the Nazis.
SS doctors examine Polish children judged "racially valuable" for adoption by Germans.
Polish and Russian forced laborers shot by the SS after they had collapsed from exhaustion during a death march.
Polish forced laborers construct a highway in Germany.
Chart indicating the workforce of the Auschwitz-Monowitz camp by category and nationality of inmates.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler leads an inspection of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Soviet prisoners of war arrive at the Majdanek camp.
US troops view bodies of victims of Kaufering IV, a Dachau subcamp in the Landsberg-Kaufering area.
Prisoners work in an armaments factory.
Prisoners from the Dachau concentration camp on a death march south toward Wolfratshausen.
Prisoners at forced labor under SS guard in an armaments factory.
Former prisoners of Wöbbelin, a subcamp of Neuengamme, are taken to a hospital for medical attention.
Corpses found when UStroops liberated the Gusen camp, a subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
A chemistry laboratory in the Buna synthetic-rubber works in the Buna-Monowitz camp.
Prisoners at forced labor in the brick factory at Neuengamme concentration camp.
Clandestine photograph, taken by a German civilian, of Dachau concentration camp prisoners on a death march south through a vill
Forced labor in Neuengamme concentration camp.
View of Neuengamme concentration camp.
Piles of prayer shawls that belonged to Jewish victims, found after the liberation of the Auschwitz camp.
A view of the quarry at the Mauthausen concentration camp, where prisoners were subjected to forced labor.
Soldiers and vehicles of the Jewish Brigade, which participated in the final Allied offensive in Italy.
Members of the Jewish Brigade Group prepare for the final Allied offensive in Italy.
The 3-inch-mortar crew of the British army's Jewish Brigade Group, composed of volunteers from Palestine, fires on German positi
The ruins of a synagogue destroyed by the Germans in 1943.
Jews interned in Cyprus prepare for Passover with supplies provided by the Joint Distribution Committee.
Portrait of a youth section of the aid committee maintained by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee throughout Polan
Women and children at the door of a soup kitchen maintained by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.
A Jewish youth on an agricultural training farm that prepared Jewish refugees for life in Palestine, sponsored by the Joint Dist
Members of the infantry battalion of the British army's Palestine Buffs Regiment at training.
US Army and Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) representatives distribute milk to refugees.
One of the many Jewish schools established by the Joint Distribution Committee in central and eastern Europe for children who ha
Cover of an anti-black and antisemitic Nazi propaganda brochure.
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