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The bodies of former prisoners are laid out in rows in preparation for burial in the Ohrdruf concentration camp.
View of a mass grave in the Ohrdruf concentration camp from which 2,000 corpses were removed for proper burial.
American soldiers view the bodies of prisoners found in the newly liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp.
Survivors in Langenstein after the camp was liberated by the 83rd Infantry Division.
Corpses in a mass grave in Langenstein.
Friedrich Hoffman, holding a stack of death records, testifies about the murder of 324 Catholic priests who were exposed to mala
A Soviet soldier walks through a mound of victims' shoes piled outside a warehouse in Majdanek soon after the liberation.
King Christian X. According to popular legend, King Christian X chose to wear a yellow star in support of the Danish Jews during
Liberator Vernon Tott (second from left) of the 84th Infantry was honored by some of the survivors he helped free from the Ahlem
Liberator Vernon Tott of the 84th Infantry was honored by some of the survivors he helped free from the Ahlem labor camp near Ha
Austrian civilians prepare mass graves to bury former inmates in the Gusen concentration camp after American forces liberated th
An emaciated survivor wrapped in a blanket sits up on a stretcher in the newly liberated Gusen concentration camp.
Members of the US 9th Armored Division meet up with Soviet units near Linz, Austria.
Survivors in Buchenwald just after liberation.
Lt. Col. J.W. Branch, Chief Surgeon of the 6th Armored Division, provides medical care to a Hungarian survivor in Penig, a subca
Corpses of victims of the Gunskirchen subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Corpses of prisoners killed in the Gunskirchen camp.
Medical corpsmen of the US 71st Infantry Division, 3rd US Army look on as captured German soldiers remove bodies from inside a b
Female survivors standing outside a barracks in the newly liberated Lenzing concentration camp.
Detail of an interior bridge at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum with the names of victims etched in glass.
Visitors in the Hall of Witness at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Detail of the 14th Street facade of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The "You Are My Witnesses" wall in the Hall of Witness at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
View of the six-sided skylight in the Hall of Remembrance at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Postcard showing Evian-les-Bains at the time of the 1938 International Conference on Refugees.
Franz Werfel, October 1940. New York
Franz Werfel in Vienna, ca. 1930
Professor Raphael Lemkin, left, and Ricardo Alfaro of Panama (chairman of the Assembly's Legal Committee) in conversation before
Raphael Lemkin (right) with Ambassador Amado of Brazil (left) before a plenary session of the General Assembly at which the Conv
Representatives of four states who ratified the Genocide Convention on October 14, 1950: (seated, left to right) Dr.
Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) representatives visit child care facilities at the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp.
Meyer Lifschitz and a friend leave the synagogue in the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp.
Jewish displaced persons study watchmaking in the Foehrenwald Organization for Rehabilitation through Training (ORT) school.
Jewish displaced persons learn dressmaking in the Foehrenwald Organization for Rehabilitation through Training (ORT) vocational
Exterior view of the ORT supply and transport building in the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp.
Street scene in the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp.
US Army staffers organizing stacks of German documents collected by war crimes investigators as evidence for the International M
An officer of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) visits with a group of young refugees.
Former quarters of the German army converted into displaced persons housing.
A building in the Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp.
People gather in the street to read a special edition of the "Nurnberger" newspaper reporting the sentences handed down by the I
American Major Frank B. Wallis (standing center), a member of the trial legal staff, presents the prosecution's case to the Inte
US Chief Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson delivers his opening speech.
Photographs, artifacts, and a map presented as evidence at the International Military Tribunal.
The remodeled courtroom at Nuremberg.
Birds-eye view of the fenced-in cell block where defendents in the International Military Tribunal war crimes trial were impriso
A tank guards the entrance to the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg.
View of the defendants in the dock at the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg.
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