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Herta Oberhauser, who was a physician at the Ravenbrueck concentration camp, is sentenced at the Doctors Trial in Nuremberg.
Wladislava Karolewska, a victim of medical experiments at the Ravensbrueck camp, was one of four Polish women who appeared as pr
Waldemar Hoven, head SS doctor at the Buchenwald concentration camp, during his trial before an American military tribunal.
Victims of Dr. Josef Mengele's medical experiments at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
United Nations personnel vaccinate an 11-year-old concentration camp survivor who was a victim of medical experiments at the Aus
Nazi physician Carl Clauberg (at left), who performed medical experiments on prisoners in Block 10 of the Auschwitz camp.
Josef Mengele, German physician and SS captain.
Victor Brack, one of the Nazi doctors on trial for having conducted medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners.
Soviet soldiers inspect a box containing poison used in medical experiments.
Shmerke Kaczerginski, a Jewish partisan in the Vilna area.
Passport issued to Lore Oppenheimer, a German Jew, with "J" for "Jude" stamped on the card.
Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels sign autographs for members of the Canadian figure skating team at the Winter Olympic Games.
View of the Olympic Stadium, centerpiece of Berlin's Reich Sports Field.
Passports issued to a German Jewish couple, with "J" for "Jude" stamped on the cards.
Rows of SA standard bearers line the field behind the speaker's podium at the 1935 Nazi Party Congress.
Members of the Storm Troopers (SA), with boycott signs, block the entrance to a Jewish-owned shop.
In the Olympic Stadium, German spectators salute Adolf Hitler during the Games of the 11th Olympiad.
An enthusiastic crowd greets Adolf Hitler upon his arrival at the Olympic Stadium.
During the anti-Jewish boycott, an SA man stands outside a Jewish-owned store with a sign demanding that Germans not buy from Je
SA men picket Jewish-owned business during the boycott.
Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi minister of propaganda, speaks at a rally in favor of the boycott of Jewish-owned shops.
Sign on a Jewish-owned store during the boycott.
Jewish store during the anti-Jewish boycott.
SA men in front of Jewish-owned store urge a boycott with the signs reading "Germans! Defend Yourselves! Don't buy from Jews!" B
Sign used during the anti-Jewish boycott: "Help liberate Germany from Jewish capital.
Adolf Hitler salutes the Olympic flag at the opening of the Olympic Games in Berlin.
Adolf Hitler passes through the Brandenburg Gate on the way to the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games.
Samples of the Nuremberg Race Laws (the Reich Citizenship Law and the Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor).
A street scene showing displays of the Olympic and German (swastika) flags in Berlin, site of the summer Olympic Games.
SA men distribute leaflets during the anti-Jewish boycott.
German (swastika) and Olympic flags bedeck Berlin during the Olympic Games.
Nazi official Julius Streicher, founder of the antisemitic journal "Der Stuermer" (The Attacker) and organizer of the anti-Jewis
Scene from the opening ceremonies of the 1936 Olympic Games.
At a ceremony during the 1936 Olympic Games, German spectators spell out the phrase, directed at Adolf Hitler, "Wir gehoeren Dir
Exhibition of Nazi publications—carefully purged of antisemitic titles—on display during the Berlin Olympics.
"Aryanization" of Jewish-owned businesses: a formerly Jewish-owned store (Gummi Weil) expropriated and transferred to non-Jewish
Chart illustrating the Nuremberg laws.
The Nazis spent lavish sums in preparation for the Olympic games.
An American travel agency displays images of a peaceful Germany sent by the German Railways Information Office to attract visito
Pro-Nazi German American Bund rally at Madison Square Garden.
Rabbi Stephen Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress (left), and John L.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, addresses an anti-Nazi meeting at Madison Square Garden.
American Zionist leader Rabbi Stephen S.
Members of the pro-Nazi German American Bund and the pro-Fascist Italian Blackshirts give the Nazi salute.
A ceremony of the pro-Nazi German American Bund.
Fritz Kuhn, head of the antisemitic and pro-Nazi German American Bund, speaks at a rally.
Dr. Gerhart Riegner, World Jewish Congress representative in Geneva, Switzerland, sent a cable in August 1942 to American Jewish
Hitler salutes the youth ranks at the Nazi Party Congress.
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