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Cemetery at Hadamar where victims of euthanasia killing at Hadamar were buried.
Two pages of the death registry at Hadamar listing false causes of death.
Smoke rising from the chimney at Hadamar, one of six facilities which carried out the Nazis' Euthanasia Program.
Group portrait of the Katz family.
Portrait of the Ehrlich family. Munkacs, Czechoslovakia, 1930.
The Weinberger children pose for a photograph.
Jewish men sitting on the steps of a synagogue.
Group portrait of students and teachers at the Hebrew gymnasium in Munkacs.
View of the Hebrew gymnasium (high school) in Munkacs.
Prewar portrait of mother and son Zeni and Rudy Farbenblum.
Marc Chagall in the US, 1942
At Berlin's Opernplatz, crowds of German students and members of the SA gather for the burning of books deemed "un-German." Berl
Georg Grosz in Berlin, 1929
Book burning in Berlin. Germany, May 10, 1933.
Across Germany, students took books by truck, furniture van, even oxcart, and heaped them into pyres on public squares.
Public burning of "un-German" books in the Opernplatz.
German students gather around books they regard as "un-German." The books will be publically burned at Berlin's Opernplatz.
Nazi minister of propaganda Joseph Goebbels delivers a speech to his deputies for the press and arts.
Display from "Der ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew), a Nazi antisemitic exhibit which claimed that Jews heavily dominated the German
At Berlin's Opernplatz, an SA man throws books into the flames at the public burning of books deemed "un-German." Berlin, German
Students and members of the SA unload books deemed "un-German" during the book burning in Berlin.
Students and members of the SA with armfuls of literature deemed "un-German" during the book burning in Berlin.
On the day of book burnings in Germany, massive crowds march from New York's Madison Square Garden to protest Nazi oppression an
In Hamburg, members of the SA and students from the University of Hamburg burn books they regard as "un-German." Hamburg, German
In front of the German consulate building, writers demonstrate against Nazi book burning.
Joseph Goebbels, German propaganda minister, speaks on the night of book burning.
Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels (at podium) praises students and members of the SA for their efforts to destroy books deemed
Lion Feuchtwanger, Les Milles camp, 1940
Jews being deported from the Warsaw ghetto are forced to board a freight train.
Ludwig Meidner, Selbstporträt, 1922
Ludwig Meidner, I, Battered Lump of Clay, 1917
Ludwig Meidner, The Corner House (Villa Kochmann, Dresden), 1913
Ludwig Meidner, Head of a Man, 1924
Ludwig Meidner, Woman with White Collar
Ludwig Meidner, Behind Barbed Wire, not dated
Ludwig Meidner, Crowd of People, not dated
Ludwig Meidner, Corpses, not dated
Ludwig Meidner, from "Massacres in Poland" cycle
Bertolt Brecht in London, 1936
Gavra Mandil celebrates his fourth birthday with his parents, Mosa and Gabriela, and sister Irena.
Brecht with his son, Stefan. Germany, 1931
An interior view of the Sephardic synagogue on Luetzowstrasse.
Helen Keller, ca. 1910
Portrait of Helen Keller, ca. 1910
Ernest Hemingway in the U.S., ca. 1950
Lion Feuchtwanger arriving in New York. October 1940
Lion Feuchtwanger. U.S. August 13, 1933.
Lion Feuchtwanger in New York, November 17, 1932
Helen Keller in the 1920s
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