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Elie Wiesel with his wife Marion and President Ion Iliescu in Sighet following the presentation of the Final Report of the Inter
'A Dangerous Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion' opened in the Gonda Education Center at the United States Holocaust Memor
The Museum's exhibition demonstrates how the Nazis used the 'Protocols' to spread hatred of Jews.
Polish-Jewish refugees seeking to leave Europe arrive in Lisbon.
French children wait in line to receive assistance from the Unitarian Service Committee in France.
Portraits of Martha and Waitstill Sharp from an unknown newspaper.
Studio portrait of Waitstill Sharp.
Studio portrait of Martha Sharp.
Waitstill and Martha Sharp supervise the arrival of 14 tons of milk products to distribute to children in the region.
Martha Sharp stands next to her milk distribution center in Pau, France, 1940-1941.
Lena-Helene Klizman (b. 1930) stands in front of the door to a nursery school in France sponsored by the Unitarian Service Commi
Margot Stein and Mrs. Zimmer, the wife of a physician of the Unitarian Service Committee, examine a document in their office at
Photograph of Thomas with his wife, Peggy.
A cemetery in Nyanza-Rebero, Rwanda, where genocide victims are buried.
During the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, ID cards were death warrants for many Tutsi stopped at checkpoints.
A wounded partisan is treated in a field hospital belonging to the Shish detachment of the Molotov brigade.
German troops in Athens following the invasion of the Balkans.
Greek Jews from the provinces move into a designated ghetto area.
Cover of an underground Yiddish newspaper, "Jugend Shtimme" (Voice of Youth).
Group portrait of members of the Hashomer Hatzair socialist Zionist youth movement.
Josef Kaplan, a leader of the Warsaw ghetto underground and Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB).
Portrait of Tosia Altman (1918-1943), member of the Jewish underground in the Warsaw ghetto.
Yitzhak (Antek) Zuckerman, Zionist youth leader and a founder of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB).
Zivia Lubetkin, a founder of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) and participant in the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Picture of Mir castle taken in the mid-1990s.
Alter Dvoretsky, head of the Zhetl Judenrat (Jewish council) and leader of the Zhetl underground.
Hershl Kaplinsky, commander of the Zhetl partisans in the forest.
The "Lenin" Partisan Brigade, active in the Zhetel region.
Yitzhak Rochzyn, leader of the Lachwa ghetto underground.
Hajj Amin al-Husayni in the company of German SS and Bosnian members of the Waffen-SS during an official visit to Bosnia, ca.
False identification card photo of Benjamin Miedzyrzecki (Benjamin Meed) as a member of the Warsaw ghetto underground.
Benjamin Miedzyrzecki (Benjamin Meed), a member of the Jewish underground living in hiding on false papers, poses in Ogrod Saski
Benjamin Meed joins children in burying a time capsule during the Tribute to Holocaust Survivors: Reunion of a Special Family,
Benjamin Meed, Elie Wiesel (second and third from left), and two children bury a time capsule during the Tribute to Holocaust Su
Laura Bush, George Bush, and Benjamin Meed during the Days of Remembrance 2001.
Map of showing Lachwa ghetto and surroundings (from Rishonim la-mered: Lachwa [First Ghetto to Revolt: Lachwa] (Tel Aviv: Entsyk
Benjamin Meed (right) and Harvey Meyerhoff stand next to the cornerstone for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Portrait of Benjamin Meed.
Vladka and Benjamin Meed (center) with President Jimmy Carter at a White House Rose Garden ceremony marking the official present
Members of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council pose with two milkcans containing a Scroll of Remembrance signed by Holo
Members of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council pose with President George Bush (third from right) on the occasion of th
While living in hiding on the Aryan side of Warsaw, Benjamin Miedzyrzecki returns to the site of the Warsaw ghetto, where he pos
Benjamin Meed (left) with Fred S.
An American soldier stands among the corpses of prisoners exhumed from a mass grave in a ravine near Nammering.
An American soldier looks at the corpses of Polish, Russian, and Hungarian Jews found in the woods near Neunburg vorm Wald.
US troops and German civilians from Neunburg vorm Wald attend a funeral service for Polish, Hungarian, and Russian Jews found in
The bodies of Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave near Volary.
Under the supervision of American medics, German civilians file past the bodies of Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave in Vol
German civilians from Volary attend burial services for the Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave in the town.
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