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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.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler (right) during a visit to the Auschwitz camp.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler reviews a unit of SS-police in Krakow, Poland, March 13, 1942.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler addresses a group of soldiers in a cavalry regiment of the Waffen SS in the eastern territories.
Reinhard Heydrich (right) and his deputy, Karl Hermann Frank (center), stand at attention during Heydrich's inauguration as gove
The damaged car of SS General Reinhard Heydrich after an attack by Czech agents working for the British.
SS General Reinhard Heydrich in his office during his tenure as Bavarian police chief.
SS chief Heinrich Himmler (front row, left) and Mauthausen commandant Franz Ziereis (second from left) inspect the Mauthausen co
President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the Oval office at the White House, shortly before delivering a speech accepting the Democrat
Henry Morgenthau Jr., Secretary of the Treasury under Franklin D.
Adolf Hitler (center) with (from left to right): Heinz Riefenstahl, Frau Dr.
Leni Riefenstahl, with Adolf Hitler in the background, directs the shooting of a film about the Reich Party Day.
Third meeting of the board of directors of the War Refugee Board.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., treasury secretary in the Roosevelt administration and later chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, greets
Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., accepts a donation of $30,000 (for war planes) from the Jewish War Veterans org
Portrait of Herschel Grynszpan taken after his arrest by French authorities for the assassination of German diplomat Ernst vom R
View of the old synagogue in Aachen after its destruction on Kristallnacht.
Gerd Zwienicki studies outside the Wuerzburg Jewish teachers seminary shortly before it was closed down on Kristallnacht.
The shattered stained glass windows of the Zerrennerstrasse synagogue after its destruction on Kristallnacht.
The damaged lintel above a Torah ark from a synagogue that was destroyed during Kristallnacht.
American Olympic runner Jesse Owens and other Olympic athletes compete in the twelfth heat of the first trial of the 100m dash.
On August 1, 1936, Hitler opened the 11th Summer Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany.
On August 1, 1936, Hitler opened the 11th Summer Olympic Games.
A display advertising the 11th Summer Olympic Games which were held in Berlin, Germany, 1936.
The cover of the photograph album.
Obersturmführer Karl Höcker, June 21, 1944.
The SS female auxiliaries (Helferinnen) run down a ramp in Solahütte to the music of an accordion.
Karl Höcker; the original caption reads "Sommer 1944".
The beginning of a ceremony.
A "sing-along" during a social gathering of the SS hierarchy at Solahütte.
Solahütte, an SS retreat.
Richard Baer, Dr. Josef Mengele, and Rudolf Höss.
Left to right: Dr. Josef Mengele, Rudolf Höss, Josef Kramer, and an unidentified officer.
Left to right: Josef Kramer, Dr.
SS female auxiliaries getting off the bus on a day trip in July 1944; this image contrasts starkly with the arrival of a transpo
The SS female auxiliaries show with mock sadness that they have finished eating their blueberries, July 22, 1944.
The funeral of SS officers killed in the December 26, 1944, Allied bombing of Auschwitz.
The funeral of SS officers killed in the December 26, 1944, Allied air raid on Auschwitz.
Karl Höcker (on left, looking at the camera) relaxes with SS physicians, including Dr.
September 1, 1944, Richard Baer ceremonially accepts a copy of the construction plans from the Chief of the Central Construction
Walking to a ceremony; From left to right: Dr.
Richard Baer and Karl Höcker look over a document with SS-Standartenführer Dr.
Yisrael and Zelig Jacob, the younger brothers of Lili Jacob, from the Auschwitz Album.
The ramp in Birkenau, May 1944.
Jewish women and children deported from Hungary, separated from the men, line up for selection.
This photograph, part of the Auschwitz Album, was used as evidence in the Frankfurt trial.
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