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Watercolor painting showing Beifeld's lodgings while in Prilushniy on August 21, 1942.
In a take-off of travel posters advertising peaceful vacation spots, Beifeld draws a picture of a Hungarian military tent pitche
Purim portrait of a kindergarten class at the Reali Hebrew gymnasium.
Alice and Heinrich Muller pose for a photograph while in costume for the Purim holiday.
Group portrait of children dressed in Purim costumes.
Members of the Chug Ivri (Hebrew Club) in Berlin celebrate Purim with food and song.
Members of Chug Ivri (Hebrew Club) of Berlin celebrate Purim.
Members of the Chug Ivri (Hebrew Club) in Berlin enjoy a festive meal in celebration of Purim.
Group portrait of students at the Beis Yaakov religious school for girls dressed in costumes to celebrate the holiday of Purim.
Tom (left) and Wolf Stein (right), dressed in Turkish-style costumes, attend a party celebrating the Jewish holiday of Purim.
The footbridge over Zgierska Street that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto.
Scene in the Lodz ghetto marketplace.
Leon Jakubowicz and his wife Rachela holding the model of the Lodz ghetto that Leon created.
Laura Schwarzwald, her daughter Selma, and Laura's sister, Adela Litwak, in Busko-Zdroj.
Selma Schwarzwald while hiding under a false identity in Busko-Zdroj.
Document issued by the Regional Agricultural Mercantile Cooperative in Busko-Zdroj certifying that Bronislawa Tymejko (the false
Sophie's parents, Daniel and Laura Schwarzwald, pictured on a beach in Zaleszczyki, Poland, shortly after they were married.
Selma Schwarzwald poses outside while wearing her first communion dress.
Selma Schwarzwald with her mother, Laura, in Lvov, Poland, September 1938.
Selma Schwarzwald and her mother, Laura, in Busko-Zdroj on the occasion of Selma's first communion in 1945.
At some point after the war, Sophie received this small stuffed bear (about three inches high) as a present from her mother.
Defendant Adolf Eichmann takes notes during his trial in Jerusalem in 1961.
The prosecution team, including chief prosecutor and attorney general Gideon Hausner (bottom left), during Adolf Eichmann's tria
Henryk Ross testifies during Adolf Eichmann's trial.
Witness Zivia Lubetkin Zuckerman testifies during the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
Jewish partisan and poet Abba Kovner, a survivor of the Vilna ghetto, testifies during Adolf Eichmann's trial.
Former Jewish partisan leader Abba Kovner testifies for the prosecution during the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
During his trial, defendant Adolf Eichmann reads a chart outlining the administrative hierarchy of the German Third Reich.
Prosecutor Gideon Hausner (standing) during Adolf Eichmann's trial.
Abraham Lewenson testifying at the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
Defendant Adolf Eichmann identifies the city of Danzig (Gdansk) on a map during his trial in Jerusalem.
English, French, Russian, and German were official languages of the Nuremberg trials.
A session of the International Military Tribunal war crimes trial of high-ranking Nazi leaders, at the Palace of Justice.
Chief US Counsel Justice Robert Jackson delivers the prosecution's opening statement at the International Military Tribunal.
A Jewish family walking down a street.
Group portrait of the members of the Zionist pioneer youth group, Ha-Shomer ha-Tsa'ir Hachshara.
A soccer team of the Jewish sports club, Ha-koach (The Strength).
Hirsch Glicenstein with his young nephew, Leo Grinberg.
Group portrait of members of Ha-Shomer ha-Tsa'ir Zionist youth movement.
View of a section of the barbed-wire fence and barracks at Auschwitz at the time of the liberation of the camp.
View of Auschwitz-Birkenau under a blanket of snow immediately after the liberation.
Alexander G. Hardy, associate counsel for the prosecution, during the Doctors' Trial.
Chief Prosecutor James M. McHaney during the Doctors' Trial.
The prosecution team during the Doctors' Trial.
American judges (top row, seated) during the Doctors' Trial.
Candles mark the railway tracks leading to the Auschwitz camp during the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the liberation
A boy displays the tattooed number on his arm to a photographer, while other children at the Neu Freimann displaced persons camp
Five Jewish survivors pose for a US Signal Corps photographer in front of Block 2 in the Hanover-Ahlem camp, a subcamp of Neueng
American medical personnel evacuate Langenstein survivors to a hospital.
A Langenstein survivor being evacuated to a hospital.
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