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Jewish refugee children from Germany—part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport)—at the holiday camp at Dovercourt Bay, nea
Jews carrying bundles of possessions before their deportation from the Kovno ghetto.
Jewish forced laborers at work making shoes in a ghetto workshop.
Jewish children sledding in the Kovno ghetto.
Two young cousins shortly before they were smuggled out of the Kovno ghetto.
Prisoners at forced labor. Photo taken during an SS inspection.
A view of the Buchenwald concentration camp after the liberation of the camp.
Suitcases that belonged to people deported to the Auschwitz camp.
Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka killing center.
Official postcard for use by prisoners of the Esterwegen concentration camp.
Forced labor in the quarry of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
During the anti-Jewish boycott, SA men carry banners which read "Germans! Defend Yourselves! Do Not Buy From Jews!" Berlin, Germ
A column of Jewish forced laborers.
Soon after liberation, camp survivors walk amidst dead bodies.
Dr. Fritz Klein, a former camp doctor who conducted medical experiments on prisoners, stands among corpses in a mass grave.
Assembly line where slave laborers manufactured V-bombs at the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, near Nordhausen.
Newly arrived prisoners at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Members of the SS and police speak among themselves during a roll call at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
View of the ruins of the central barracks (Boelke Kaserne) in the Nordhausen concentration camp.
Hair of women prisoners, prepared for shipment to Germany, found at the liberation of the Auschwitz extermination camp.
Ignac Shepetis helped members of the Jewish underground escape from the Kovno ghetto and join partisans in the Rudniki Forest ne
Exterior view of barracks at the Ravensbrueck concentration camp.
German infantry during the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
German officers review their orders during the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
German vehicles loaded on trains headed toward the eastern front to reinforce German forces during the invasion of the Soviet Un
Three generations of a Jewish family pose for a group photograph.
The defendants in the dock during the Justice Case.
Nazi propaganda photo depicts friendship between an "Aryan" and a black woman.
A view of the Maginot Line, a French defensive wall built after World War I to deter a German invasion.
A view of part of the Maginot Line, a French defensive wall built after World War I to deter a German invasion.
After the defeat of France, a German soldier examines French fortifications along the Maginot Line, a series of fortifications a
Inmates at forced labor in the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Hairbrushes of victims, found soon after the liberation of Auschwitz.
An inmate of the Bergen-Belsen camp, after liberation.
Returning from work in a stone quarry, forced laborers carry stones more than six miles to the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Jewish prisoners arrive at the Drancy transit camp.
Jewish prisoners in the Drancy camp.
This multistory complex served as the Drancy transit camp.
Prisoners at forced labor in the Siemens factory.
Arrival of political prisoners at the Oranienburg concentration camp.
Shaving an inmate at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
A Soviet inmate lies dead in the Mauthausen concentration camp quarry.
The quarry of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Soviet prisoners of war in the Mauthausen concentration camp.
The Sigismund Monument stands amid rubble in the Polish capital after Germany's Blitzkrieg assault.
German forces in the outskirts of Warsaw.
Romani (Gypsy) women and children interned in the Rivesaltes transit camp.
Jews from the Lodz ghetto are forced to transfer to a narrow-gauge railroad at Kolo during deportation to the Chelmno exterminat
Gas chamber in the main camp of Auschwitz immediately after liberation.
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