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A sign, in both German and Latvian, warning that people attempting to cross the fence or to contact inhabitants of the Riga ghet
Jewish deportees from Luxembourg, Austria, and Czechoslovakia during deportation from the Lodz ghetto to the Chelmno exterminati
Soon after liberation, camp survivors from Buchenwald's "Children's Block 66"—a special barracks for children.
Shortly after the German annexation of Austria, Nazi Storm Troopers stand guard outside a Jewish-owned business.
SS personnel stand guard while Lodz ghetto police board Jews onto a deportation train bound for Chelmno or Auschwitz.
An SS guard supervises prisoner forced laborers in the forest near the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Forced laborers cut quarried stones outside the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Prisoners of the Buchenwald concentration camp at forced labor.
Identification pictures of a Romani (Gypsy) woman interned in the Auschwitz camp.
Adolf Hitler, the newly appointed chancellor, greets German president Paul von Hindenburg.
A mass grave soon after camp liberation.
Soon after liberation, women camp survivors prepare food near piles of dead bodies.
German soldiers arrest Jews during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Deportation of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto during the ghetto uprising.
Jews captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Jews rounded up during the Warsaw ghetto uprising are forced to march to the assembly point for deportation.
German soldiers direct artillery against a pocket of resistance during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Ruins of the Warsaw ghetto after the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Photograph from SS General Juergen Stroop's report showing the Warsaw ghetto after the German suppression of the ghetto uprising
Train station near the Treblinka extermination camp.
Distant view of smoke from the Treblinka extermination camp, set on fire by prisoners during a revolt.
Jews forced to board a train to the Danube River port of Lom, from where they were sent to the Treblinka extermination camp duri
Jewish children say goodbye to parents through the fence of the Central Prison, the assembly point for deportations.
Members of the Jewish Brigade Group move to take up positions during the final Allied offensive in Italy.
Illustration from an antisemitic German children's book, DER GIFTPILZ (The Poisonous Mushroom), published in Nuremberg, Germany,
A view of the Westerbork camp, the Netherlands, between 1940 and 1945.
Four Polish women arrive at the Nuremberg train station to serve as prosecution witnesses at the Doctors Trial.
View of the manor house in Chelmno that became the site of the Chelmno extermination camp.
Polish Jewish refugees arriving at Babenhausen displaced persons camp, where the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Nat
German children, behind an SS man, watch as religious objects from the Zeven synagogue are set on fire during Kristallnacht (the
After the Anschluss (German annexation of Austria), Austrian Jewish refugees disembark from the Italian steamship "Conte Verde.
Polish citizens hanged by the Nazis in Sosnowiec.
Soon after liberation, a British woman helps a camp survivor try on shoes.
The Jewish refugee ship "Pan-York," carrying new citizens to the recently established state of Israel, docks at Haifa.
Soon after liberation, a Soviet physician examines Auschwitz camp survivors.
Victim of Nazi medical experiment immersed in freezing water at Dachau concentration camp.
Jewish resistance fighters captured by SS troops during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
German soldiers interrogate Jews captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
German soldiers burn residential buildings to the ground, one by one, during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Soon after liberation, a camp survivor receives medical care.
Forced-labor detachment of Jewish prisoners of war from the Polish army.
Anne Frank at 11 years of age, two years before going into hiding.
Deportation of Jewish children from the Lodz ghetto, Poland, during the "Gehsperre" Aktion, September 1942.
Jewish-owned shop destroyed during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Soldiers from unidentified units of Einsatzgruppe (mobile killing squad) C look through the possessions of Jews massacred at Bab
Women prisoners pull dumpcars filled with stones in the camp quarry.
Deportation of Jews from the Westerbork transit camp.
Residents of the Lublin ghetto. Poland, 1941-1942.
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