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Yuletime, 1944. Karl Höcker lights the candles on the Yule tree.
In 1942, seven-year-old Inge Auerbacher was deported with her parents to the Theresienstadt ghetto.
Rozalia (Krysia Laks) Lerman, Miles Lerman, and Regina Laks stand on the deck of the Marine Perch while en route to the United S
Wedding portrait of Shmuel (Miles) Lerman and Rozalia (Chris) Laks in Lodz, Poland.
Portrait of Shmuel (Miles) Lerman on the deck of the SS Marine Perch upon its arrival in New York harbor.
Group portrait of members of the Hashomer Hatzair Zionist youth movement.
Miles Lerman and his wife Chris.
A counterfeit British bank note produced by Jewish forced laborers employed in Operation Bernhard at the Sachsenhausen concentra
Picture postcard showing a crowd of saluting Germans superimposed on an enlarged image of Hitler and a Nazi stormtrooper.
German spectators at a Nazi rally stand alongside a monument decorated with Nazi flags and a swastika emblem in Berlin.
A Maypole topped with a swastika is raised for a May Day parade in the Lustgarten in Berlin.
At a rally, members of the Hitler Youth parade in the formation of a swastika to honor the Unknown Soldier.
Group portrait of German girls posing outside their school in front of a Nazi flag.
Portrait of Ita Guttman with her twin children Rene and Renate.
Children's painting showing of Jews celebrating Hannukah.
Photograph of the water tower of the Old Town Mills in Prague.
Photograph showing Helene Reik's family members and friends gathered in March 1941 in Brazil.
Photograph taken in May 1915 of Helene Reik's children.
Photograph showing Kurt, Helene Reik's son, and his wife, while on vacation in April/May 1938 in Kupari, Croatia.
Photograph showing Margarida, Helen Reik's granddaughter, playing on a field in Teresopolis, Brazil, in April 1940.
Photograph showing Kurt, Helene Reik's son, holding his baby Margarida, in Rio de Janeiro in 1940.
1943 still life of a violin and sheet of music behind prison bars by Bedrich Fritta (1909-1945), Czech Jewish artist who created
1943 painting of the Vltava River in Prague created from a photograph by Theresienstadt prisoner Bedrich Fritta.
1943 portrait of Edgar Krasa drawn by Leo Haas in Theresienstadt.
1943 watercolor landscape of Theresienstadt painted by Otto Samisch.
In a scene from a Nazi propaganda film, Dr.
The last of the 3,000 runners who carried the Olympic torch from Greece lights the Olympic Flame in Berlin to start the 11th Sum
Otto Zucker, member of the Jewish leadership of Czechoslovakia during the Nazi occupation.
German Jews board a train that will deport them to Theresienstadt.
A photograph of Jewish children in the Theresienstadt ghetto taken during an inspection by the International Red Cross.
Photograph of a Jewish policeman taken during an International Red Cross visit to the Theresienstadt ghetto.
A scene staged by the Nazis for an International Red Cross inspection of the Theresienstadt ghetto.
A scene staged by the Nazis for the International Red Cross inspection of the Theresienstadt ghetto.
A nurse helps one of the "Tehran Children," Polish Jewish refugees, disembark from a train at the Atlit absorption center.
Some of the "Tehran Children," Polish Jewish refugees, study Hebrew in a Jewish National Fund youth village near Jerusalem.
Eliahu Dobkin of the Jewish Agency (left) and Henrietta Szold, founder of the Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization (second from
A group of Polish Jewish children (known as the "Tehran Children"), who arrived in Palestine via Iran, at the Mikveh Israel agri
Polish Jewish refugee children known as the "Tehran Children," who arrived in Palestine via Iran, learn agricultural skills.
Henrietta Szold (left, in hat), founder of the Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization, welcomes some of the Polish Jewish refugee
Some of the Polish Jewish refugee children known as the "Tehran Children" with an instructor after their arrival in Palestine.
Some of the Polish Jewish refugee children known as the "Tehran Children." Atlit, Palestine, February 1943.
A group of Polish Jewish refugee children, known as the "Tehran Children," arrives in Palestine via Iran.
Polish Jewish refugee children known as the "Tehran Children" gather at a memorial stone dedicated to the Jewish refugees who di
A group of Polish Jewish refugee children known as the "Tehran Children" after their arrival in Palestine.
A group of Polish Jewish refugee children (known as the "Tehran Children") arrives in Palestine via Iran.
A Jewish girl, one of the "Tehran Children" (about 1,000 Polish Jewish refugee children who reached Palestine), upon arrival at
Shortly after liberation, an emaciated concentration camp inmate stands between two members of the International Red Cross.
Jewish children sheltered by the Protestant population of the village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.
View of Le Chambon, where most of the village's Protestant population hid Jews from the Nazis.
Postcard of a pension in Le Chambon which served as a refugee home for children sheltered from the Nazis.
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