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Selection of Hungarian Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau killing center.
Album cover featuring a road sign with the Hungarian Labor Service company number 109/13 posted in a muddy wasteland.
This page of Beifeld's narrative text dated April 1943 describes the treatment of Jewish Labor Servicemen by antisemitic Hungar
A hand-tinted photograph of Frieda Greinegger and Julian Noga as a young couple.
Formal portrait of Frieda Greinegger holding a bouquet of flowers.
Frieda Greinegger during a family outing to a park in the mid-1930s.
The Greinegger family, shown here in a formal portrait, were prosperous farmers in northern Austria.
Two French partisans, Missak Manouchian (left) and Wolf Wajsbrot (right), who belonged to the French armed resistance group Fran
Ida Baehr Lang holding her infant daughter, Freya Karoline, in Lambsheim.
Fritz and Ida Lang, Jewish proprietors of a dry goods store in Lambsheim, posed for this picture around 1934.
Dutch Seventh-day Adventist Johan Weidner headed the rescue organization "Dutch-Paris," which smuggled Jewish refugees into Swit
Group portrait of six young men in interwar Poland.
Portrait of the Rosenblat family in interwar Poland.
This image shows Hungarian soldiers abandoning their trenches on the front lines as a Soviet tank overruns the barbed-wire forti
This image, captioned "Alarm," shows Hungarian soldiers running back and forth sounding the alarm of the Soviet counteroffensive
Collage entitled: Mementos from the Russian campaign," which includes a watercolor of Stalin with the caption: 'Russia a meeting
Jews from Macedonia await deportation at the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp in Skopje.
Jews load a barrel of water for the trip to Treblinka onto a deportation train in Skopje.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace interned at the "Monopol" tobacco factory, used as a transit camp, before depo
A family of Macedonian Jews carries their luggage down a flight of stairs as they leave the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp for th
Macedonian Jews leave the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp in Skopje for the deportation trains.
At the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp in Skopje, a family of Macedonian Jews awaits deportation.
Portrait of the family of Bohor Kalderon.
Portrait of David Aruti, son of Isak Aruti.
Portrait of Victoria and Isak Assael, the daughter and son of Shabetai Assael.
Portrait of Hana Ergas, wife of Isak Ergas.
Portrait of Buena Eschkenasi, daughter of Bohor Eschkenasi.
Portrait of Yosef Eschkenasi and his wife, Sara.
Portrait of Ester Eschkenasi, wife of Sava Eschkenasi.
Portrait of Sara Israel, wife of Isak Israel.
Portrait of Lazar Ischach, son of Yosef Ischach.
Portrait of Sara Ischach, wife of Lazar Ischach.
Portrait of Solomon Kalderon, son of Bohor Kalderon.
Portrait of Vida Kalderon, wife of Yakov Kalderon.
Portrait of Palomba Kalderon, daughter of Mushon Kalderon.
Portrait of David Kamchi, son of Masliach Kamchi, and his wife Sara.
Portrait of David Pesso. He was a dealer of second-hand items.
Portrait of Estreya Kolonomos, wife of Isak Kolonomos.
Portrait of an unidentified family, eight adults and three children, in Bitola.
Portrait of Mordechai Mishulam. He was a dealer of second-hand items.
Portrait of Leon Pardo. He lived on Sremska in Bitola.
Portrait of Yakov Testa with wife and three children in Bitola.
Portrait of two schoolchildren: Solomon Faradji, son of Avram Faradji, and Sami Levi, son of Rafael Levi.
Portrait of Rabbi S. Djain. Bitola.
Portrait of two Jewish girls dressed in traditional Macedonian costume in a private home in Bitola.
Portrait of the family of Mushon and Rebeka Kamchi in Bitola.
Portrait of Stella Nahmiyas in her school cap.
Members of a soccer team in Bitola pose in the goal of a sports field.
A group of Macedonian Jewish youth, members of a band, pose with their instruments on a makeshift stage in Bitola.
Group portrait of children holding their diplomas at a school in Bitola.
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