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Rufus Jones, chairman of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).
Rufus Jones, chairman of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), receives an award.
1936 portrait of two-year-old Mania Halef, a Jewish child, who was later killed during the mass execution at Babi Yar.
Portrait of five-year-old Mania Halef, a Jewish child, who was later killed during the mass execution at Babi Yar.
1935 portrait of three-year-old Anna Glinberg, a Jewish child, who was later killed during the mass execution at Babi Yar.
Defendant Paul Blobel at the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
An aerial photograph of Babi Yar taken by the German air force.
Jehuda “Lolek” Lubinski (seen here in the 4th row, 2nd from left)
Sara Rachela Plagier
Dawid Sierakowiak (seen here in the 3rd row, 4th from right)
Jutta Szmirgeld (Jutta, right, and her brother, left)
On September 23, 1941, on the occasion of the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah), the Lodz ghetto schoolchildren presented Jewish C
Lieutenant General (later Field Marshal) Erwin Rommel commanded German forces during the campaign in North Africa.
General Bernard L. Montgomery, commander of British forces in Egypt, watches British tanks move toward German lines during the m
Panzer tanks of Erwin Rommel's Africa Corps during an advance against British armed forces.
Allied troops board amphibious assault boats off the Algerian coast during Operation Torch.
Allied troops march in Tunis following Allied success against Axis forces in the African Campaign.
American Generals Dwight D. Eisenhower (right) and George S.
A replica of "Refugee" and a photo of a Darfurian child refugee, items taken by Commander Mark Polansky (pictured) on a December
Dr. Sophie Turner-Zaretsky, Space Shuttle Discovery Commander Mark Polansky , and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum chief
Stephen S. Wise, later to become president of the World Jewish Congress, speaks at an anti-Nazi rally at Madison Square Garden.
Julius Streicher, editor of the antisemitic newspaper "Der Stuermer" (The Attacker) and Nazi party leader for Franconia in Bavar
Nazi district leader of Franconia Julius Streicher (right), propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels (second from right), and other N
A German couple reads an outdoor display of the antisemitic newspaper "Der Stuermer" ("The Attacker").
Nazi official Julius Streicher, founder of the antisemitic newspaper "Der Stuermer" (The Attacker) and organizer of the anti-Jew
Page of "Der Stuermer" (The Attacker) showing an antisemitic photomontage, Germany, 1939.
The Kusserow family was active in their region distributing religious literature and teaching Bible study classes in their home.
The Kusserow family home in Bad Lippspringe.
The Kusserow family home in Bad Lippspringe and the tram tracks in front of it.
Elisabeth, Hans Werner, and Paul Gerhard Kusserow.
A group of Jehovah's Witnesses in their camp uniforms after liberation.
Roma (Gypsies) remove bodies from the Iasi-Calarasi death train during its stop in Tirgu-Frumos.
Romani (Gypsy) women march to work in the Lackenbach internment camp.
View of the entrance to the Gypsy camp on Brzezinska Street in the Lodz ghetto.
Roma (Gypsies) in front of their tents.
Romani (Gypsy) families in Belzec labor camp.
Romani (Gypsy) women boil laundry and hang it to dry in the middle of the caravan camp at Marzahn.
A Serbian gendarme serving the Serbian puppet government led by Milan Nedia escorts a group of Roma (Gypsies) to their execution
German police guard a group of Roma (Gypsies) who have been rounded up for deportation to Poland.
Romani (Gypsy) children play outside at the Jargeau internment camp.
View of barracks in the Lety internment camp.
A man works outside his family's dwelling in a Roma (Gypsy) encampment in the city of Haarlem.
German naval officer Martin Niemöller (top, foreground) commands a U-Boat during World War I.
Pastor Martin Niemöller at his desk in his home.
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