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The Aigner family of Nove Zamky, Czechoslovakia.
Jews deported from Prague, Czechoslovakia, move their belongings through the streets.
Political opponents of the Nazis, guarded by SA (Storm Troopers), are forced to scrub anti-Hitler slogans off a wall shortly aft
The Reichstag (German parliament) building burns in Berlin.
Stateless Jewish refugees at a tent camp in a no-man's-land between Czechoslovakia and Hungary.
Dr. Bernard Deutsch, president of the American Jewish Congress (center) and Rabbi Stephen S.
An early view of the Dachau concentration camp.
Repatriated Austrian Jewish refugees, coming from Shanghai, arrive in Vienna.
Group of displaced persons, under care of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, who are to be repatriated
A Jewish refugee family prepares food with rations provided by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRR
A former concentration camp prisoner receives care from a mobile medical unit of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Ad
A welfare officer of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) assists Polish Jewish orphans en route
Displaced persons at a camp administered by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA).
Polish Jewish orphans, under the temporary care of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), en route
Jewish refugee children from Budapest talk to a worker from the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
An agricultural training farm preparing Jewish refugees for life in Palestine, sponsored by the United Nations Relief and Rehabi
In the aftermath of the Munich agreement, which turned the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia over to Germany, German troops march in
Deportation of Jews by Hungarian authorities.
Germans listen to an antisemitic speech by Hitler.
Deportation of Jews from Plzen. Czechoslovakia, 1942.
Deportation of Slovak Jews. Stropkov, Czechoslovakia, May 21, 1942.
A Jewish boy wearing the compulsory Star of David.
Deportation of Slovak Jews. The victims wear tags and are escorted by Slovak guards.
Adolf Hitler. Place and date uncertain.
From a window in the Reich Chancellery, German president Paul von Hindenburg watches a Nazi torchlight parade in honor of Hitler
Adolf Hitler poses with his cabinet shortly after assuming power as chancellor of Germany.
Members of a military unit swear allegiance to Hitler.
A Hitler Youth ceremony of the sort conceived by Baldur von Schirach—to strengthen dedication to Hitler—in which members recited
Adolf Hitler reviews his troops at Prague castle on the day of the occupation.
Property confiscated from deported Jews is stacked in a synagogue.
Former mayor of New York Fiorello H.
Jewish refugee orphans pose for a group photograph at Lindenfels displaced persons camp, administered by the United Nations Reli
Jewish inmates at forced labor in the Vyhne concentration camp.
The Sered concentration camp. Czechoslovakia, 1941-1944.
In Berlin, thousands of Party officials, Hitler Youth members, and Labor Service leaders take an oath of loyalty read by Rudolf
Czech Jews are deported from Bauschovitz to Theresienstadt ghetto.
Members of the SS (Schutzstaffel; originally Hitler's bodyguard, later the elite guard of the Nazi state) parade during a rally.
American Jewish Congress president Stephen S.
Hitler reviews 35,000 SA troops celebrating the third anniversary of his assumption of power.
Membership application for the pro-Nazi German American Bund.
Summer camp on Long Island for young members of the pro-Nazi German American Bund.
Jewish refugees board the SS Mouzinho for the voyage to the United States.
A group of children who were sheltered in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a town in southern France.
View of a section of the Plaszow camp.
The American Jewish Congress holds an emergency session following the Nazi rise to power and subsequent anti-Jewish measures.
Prisoners arrested during the crackdown on leftists and other targeted groups exercise in the courtyard of the Alexanderplatz pr
An advertisement for a series of lectures by Varian Fry, who worked in France to help anti-Nazi artists and intellectuals escape
Members of the 12th Armored Division, which included African American platoons, await their orders.
African American soldier Warren Capers was recommended for a Silver Star for his actions during the Allied invasion of France.
Barracks of the women's camp at the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp.
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