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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.
The Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, where the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals was held.
The International Military Tribunal was a court convened jointly by the victorious Allied governments.
The defendants listen as the prosecution begins introducing documents at the International Military Tribunal trial of war crimin
View of a criminal wing in the prison at Nuremberg, housing war crimes trials defendants.
The defendants' box at the Nuremberg trial.
An American correspondent reads a special edition of the "Nurnberger" newspaper reporting the sentences handed down by the Inter
An armored car parked outside the gate of the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg on the day the judgement of the International Milit
Standing room ticket for an opera performed on April 21, 1945, in the Theresienstadt ghetto.
Theodore Monbostel testifies for the prosecution during the Ministries Trial.
The defendants' dock on the first day of the I.G.
Otto Ohlendorf, commander of Einsatzgruppe D (mobile killing unit D), during Trial 9 of the Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings.
Red triangle patch worn by Czech political prisoner Karel Bruml in Theresienstadt.
View of the main entrance to the Auschwitz camp: "Arbeit Macht Frei" (Work makes one free).
A member of the German SS supervises the boarding of Jews onto trains during a deportation action in the Krakow ghetto.
Jews captured by German troops during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in April-May 1943.
View of the kitchen barracks, the electrified fence, and the gate at the main camp of Auschwitz (Auschwitz I).
View of the railcar on display in the permanent exhibition of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Front view of the railcar with the "Selection of Hungarian Jews" murals in the background on display on the third floor of the P
View of the photo mural of a selection at Auschwitz-Birkenau taken through the open railcar on the third floor of the Permanent
A collection of valises belonging to Jews who were deported to death camps.
View of a casting taken of the gate to the main camp at Auschwitz with the sign "Arbeit Macht Frei," displayed on the third flo
Installation of the railcar at the construction site of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Athletes Jesse Owens of the United States (right) and Lutz Long of Germany at the Olympic stadium.
Members of the US Olympic team—runners Helen Stephens and Jesse Owens—at the Berlin Olympic Games.
US runner Jesse Owens begins the 200-meter race in which he established a new Olympic record of 20.7 seconds.
A pedestrian pauses to read a notice announcing an upcoming public meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, December 3, to urge Americans
The courtroom in the Palace of Justice, chosen as the location for the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals.
The Palace of Justice in Nuremberg being remodeled in preparation for the International Military Tribunal trial.
Repairs and improvements are made to the courtroom where the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals will be held
Exterior view of the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg.
View of the interpreters' section in the courtroom during the International Military Tribunal.
View of the Palace of Justice (left).
Sign on a phone booth in Munich that prohibits Jews from using the public telephone.
An anti-Jewish sign posted on a street in Bavaria reads "Jews are not wanted here." Germany, 1937.
An SA member instructs others where to post anti-Jewish boycott signs on a commercial street in Germany.
Antisemitic graffiti painted on the wall of a Jewish cemetery reads "The death of the Jews will end the Saarland's distress." Be
Viennese pedestrians view a large Nazi sign posted on a restaurant window informing the public that this business is run by an o
A motorcyclist reads a sign stating "Jews are not welcomed here." Germany, ca.
German Jewish refugee Erwin Eisfelder stands outside Cafe Louis on Ward Road.
Dr. Heinrich Mannes, a refugee dentist in Shanghai.
German Jewish refugee artist, David Bloch.
Two German Jewish refugee women stand behind the counter of the Elite Provision Store (delicatessen) in Shanghai.
Shanghai's famous harbor-side roadway, the Bund, in the 1930s.
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