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Identification pictures of a Jewish inmate of the Auschwitz camp.
Identification pictures of a female inmate of the Auschwitz camp.
Aerial photograph of the Auschwitz III (Monowitz) camp, which was adjacent to the I.G.
Aerial photograph of Auschwitz II (Birkenau).
Members of an Einsatzkommando (mobile killing squad) before shooting a Jewish youth.
Young German soldiers assist in the deportation of Jews from the Zychlin ghetto to the Chelmno camp.
The holy ark in the sanctuary of the Seitenstetten Street synagogue, demolished during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass
After the Kristallnacht ("Night of the Broken Glass") pogrom, German civilians line the streets to watch the forced march of Jew
Jews proceed to an assembly point before deportation from Amsterdam.
Jews from Amsterdam shortly before their deportation to the Westerbork transit camp.
German police round up Jews in the Jewish quarter of Amsterdam, blockaded following anti-Nazi violence.
Members of the paramilitary organization of the Dutch Nazi party stand in the doorway of a restaurant.
Charred remains of corpses near crematoria in the Majdanek camp, after liberation.
Post-liberation view of a crematorium at the Majdanek camp.
View of watchtower and fence at the Majdanek camp, post liberation.
Remains of inmates in front of a crematorium at the Majdanek camp.
View of the furnaces remaining in the Majdanek camp by the time of liberation.
Postwar photograph of a building in Dabie where the possessions of Jews killed at the nearby Chelmno camp were stored.
Postwar photo of a church in the village of Chelmno.
In the Warsaw ghetto, Jewish children with bowls of soup.
Jewish refugees being rescued aboard a Danish fishing boat bound for Sweden.
Danish refugees register in Sweden after escaping from Denmark.
The Boerneplatz synagogue in flames during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Identification pictures of a prisoner, accused of homosexuality, recently arrived at the Auschwitz concentration camp.
A couple dances at the "Eldorado," a nightclub frequented by members of Berlin's homosexual community.
Identification pictures of a homosexual prisoner who arrived in Auschwitz on November 27, 1941, and was transferred to Mauthause
Identification pictures of a prisoner, accused of homosexuality, who arrived at the Auschwitz concentration camp on June 6, 1941
Identification pictures of a bartender from Duisburg who was arrested for homosexuality.
Oskar Schindler (left) at his enamel works in Zablocie, a suburb of Krakow.
Oskar Schindler (third from left) at a party with local SS officials on his 34th birthday.
Oskar Schindler (center) at his 34th birthday party with local SS officials.
Oskar Schindler (at wheel) with his father, Hans.
Entrance to Oskar Schindler's enamel works in Zablocie, a suburb of Krakow.
Construction of Oskar Schindler's armaments factory in Bruennlitz.
Scene from one of Oskar Schindler's parties in Krakow.
View during the construction of Oskar Schindler's armaments factory in Bruennlitz.
In Yad Vashem, the Israeli national institution of Holocaust commemoration, Oskar Schindler plants a tree in honor of his rescue
At Yad Vashem, the Israeli national institution of Holocaust commemoration, Oskar Schindler stands next to the tree planted in h
Jewish partisan leaders from Minsk soon after liberation.
Ink and Blood, 1944. Arthur Szyk portrayed himself at his desk, finishing off a still-struggling Adolf Hitler.
Amon Goeth, commandant of the Plaszow camp.
Camp commandant Amon Goeth addresses SS guards.
A United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) worker with a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp af
Personnel of T4, the agency created to administer the Nazi Euthanasia Program.
Friedrich Mennecke, a Euthanasia Program physician who was responsible for sending many patients to be gassed.
Nazi physician Karl Brandt, director of the Euthanasia Program.
Kaufbeuren euthanasia center. Germany, 1945.
Head nurse of the children's ward at the Kaufbeuren-Irsee euthanasia facility.
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