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Soon after liberation, a US soldier examines an emaciated forced laborer, a Soviet prisoner of war.
View of the burned-out Malbish Arimim synagogue on Teglash Street in Sighet.
Jews bound for the rail station during deportation action from Sighet.
Prewar view of the Transylvanian town of Sighet.
Prewar group portrait in front of a synagogue in the Transylvanian town of Sighet.
Leaders of the Sighet Jewish community.
German troops march into Paris. France, June 1940.
View of Rotterdam after German bombing in May 1940.
View of Rotterdam after German bombing during the Western Campaign in May 1940.
Propaganda slide entitled "Jewry, Freemasonry and Bolshevism," featuring a poisonous snake with bared fangs.
An antisemitic and anti-Masonic display at the exhibition "Der ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew), which sought to establish a connec
A billboard advertising an anti-Masonic exhibition organized by the anti-Masonic Belgian league, "L'Epuration," in the Masonic
Display, entitled "British Freemasonry," in an anti-Masonic exhibition at a Berlin museum.
A reconstruction of a Masonic lodge from the Isle of Jersey, on display in an anti-Masonic exhibition in Nuremberg.
A display, entitled "British Freemasonry," at an antisemitic and anti-Masonic exhibition in Berlin: the juxtaposition of a Torah
Display in an anti-Masonic exhibition held in a former Masonic lodge in Nuremberg.
The Secrets of the Wise Men of Zion is the first documented version of the Protocols published outside of Russia.
Like many editions of the Protocols published in the 1920s, this French-language version charges that Jews are a foreign and dan
Published in London, 1920.
The International Jew, based largely on the Protocols, sold more than 500,000 copies and was translated into at least 16 languag
By 1922, The International Jew was already in its 21st printing in Germany.
New York Herald reporter Herman Bernstein declared the Protocols “a cruel and terrible lie invented for the purpose of defaming
Alfred Rosenberg's 1923 commentary on the Protocols (this copy is the fourth edition) reinforced Nazi anti-Jewish ideology.
King Faisal of Saudi Arabia regularly presented copies of this edition of the Protocols to state visitors during the early 1970s
This Arabic translation of the Protocols by Ajaj Nuwayid also has appeared on a Web site sponsored by the Palestinian State Inf
This 2005 Syrian edition of the Protocols claims that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, were orchestrated by a Zionis
SS officers posing in front of a newly arrived transport of Soviet prisoners of war.
Members of the mostly Jewish Masonic lodge in Czernowitz celebrate the 70th birthday of Dr.
Group portrait of members of the Freemasons Lodge of Chernovtsy, Bukovina, approximately 75 percent of whom were Jewish.
Two malnourished Soviet prisoners of war, survivors of the Hemer prisoner of war camp in western Germany.
Germans guard prisoners in the Rovno camp for Soviet prisoners of war.
Soviet prisoners of war receiving their meager rations.
Soviet prisoners of war wait for food in Stalag (prison camp) 8C.
Wounded Soviet prisoners of war await medical attention.
Wounded Soviet prisoners of war.
At left, a column of Soviet prisoners of war, under German guard, marches away from the front.
Columns of Soviet prisoners of war.
Soviet prisoners of war build a road.
Dugouts, which served as living quarters for prisoners in Stalag 319—a Nazi-built camp for Soviet prisoners of war.
Sack of wood flour (finely powdered wood or sawdust) used to make substitute bread.
Soviet prisoners of war interrogated by German soldiers upon arrival at a prison camp.
One in a series of 18 photographs found in the home of a German soldier, Otto Schultze, in Kattien, Germany.
Photograph from a series taken by a guard in the Soviet POW camp of Belzen bei Bergen, and numbered in Roman numerals by the Ame
German soldiers guard Soviet prisoners of war marching to camps.
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