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Portrait of Asael Bielski, a founder of the Bielski brothers' Jewish partisan unit in Naliboki forest.
Portrait of Tuvia Bielski after the war.
Postwar portrait of Alexander Bielski, a founding member of the Bielski partisan group.
Members of the Bielski partisan group at the site of a mass grave shortly after liberation.
Josef Baldo, formerly a Bielski partisan, poses with his young son.
Postwar portrait of Piotr Kolenda.
Fire brigade arrives at the Reichstag (German parliament) building.
Firemen in the Reichstag (German parliament) building after it was damaged by arson.
Onlookers in front of the Reichstag (German parliament) building after its virtual destruction by fire.
The Berlin Fire Brigade extinguishes the Reichstag (German parliament) fire.
Identification picture of Erich Muehsam taken in the Oranienburg concentration camp.
Wedding portrait of former Bielski partisan, Berl Kagan.
Group portrait of former Bielski partisans from Nowogrodek taken in the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp.
The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husayni, an Arab nationalist, prominent Muslim religious leader, and wartime propagan
The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husayni, meets Hitler for the first time.
Aerial photograph showing the gas chambers and crematoria 2 and 3 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz II) killing center Auschw
Refugees aboard the "St. Louis" wait to hear whether Cuba will grant them entry.
A column of prisoners arrives at the Belzec extermination camp.
During the Nuremberg Trial, American guards maintain constant surveillance over the major Nazi war criminals in the prison attac
Recently appointed as German chancellor, Adolf Hitler greets President Paul von Hindenburg in Potsdam, Germany, on March 21, 193
Aerial view of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, where the International Military Tribunal tried 22 leading German officials for
One of many warehouses at Auschwitz in which the Germans stored clothing belonging to victims of the camp.
American troops wade through the surf on their arrival at the Normandy beaches on D-Day.
American troops pull the survivors of a sunken craft on to the shores of the Normandy beaches on D-Day.
Watercolor painting by Simon Jeruchim entitled "Memory of June 6, 1944." Having learned of the Allied invasion on a shortwave ra
Nazi propaganda often portrayed Jews as engaged in a conspiracy to provoke war.
Poster promoting the Nazi monthly publication Neues Volk.
A Hitler Youth poses for a photograph in the Rhineland city of Bruehl, 1934.
The Jacobsthal family poses with an aunt and uncle who are visiting their home in Amsterdam before emigrating to Chile.
Front page of the most popular issue ever of the Nazi publication, Der Stürmer, with a reprint of a medieval depiction of a purp
Page from The Poisonous Mushroom.
Modern techniques of propaganda—including strong images and simple messages—helped propel Austrian-born Adolf Hitler from being
During World War II, the Nazi regime financed and facilitated anti-British and antisemitic broadcasts by the Grand Mufti of Jeru
Cuban immigration papers issued to Ella Schatz, a passenger on board the Orinoco, en route to Cuba.
Letter from the Hamburg-Amerika Line sent to Ella Schatz confirming her passage on board the Orinoco.
In Berlin, a German woman reads a copy of the Berliner Illustrierte newspaper, featuring photographs of Mussolini's official vis
German youth attending the Reich Party Conference rally at the Zepplin Field in Nuremberg raise their hands in the Hitler salute
Public humiliation: "I am a defiler of the race." In this photograph, a young man who allegedly had illicit relations with a Jew
An antisemitic poster published in Poland in March 1941.
Poster by Mjölnir [Hans Schweitzer], titled "Our Last Hope-Hitler," 1932.
Poster: "Greater Germany: Yes on 10 April" (1938).
Poster: Nuremberg / Guilty! After the end of the war and the defeat of Nazi Germany, Allied occupation authorities in Germany us
Poster: "We Women Are Voting Slate 2 National Socialists." German women were an important voting bloc.
Poster: "Students/Be the Führer's propagandists." With militant appeals to nationalism, freedom, and self-sacrifice, the Nazi Pa
Hitler rehearsing his oratory. Hitler carefully cultivated his image as the Nazi Party leader as he came to see the propagandist
1936 poster: "All of Germany Listens to the Führer with the People's Radio." The poster depicts a crowd surrounding a radio.
This poster from 1945 shows an embattled German family proclaiming, "Frontline City Frankfurt will be held!" A Frontstadt was a
Julien Bryan films the German invasion of Warsaw in 1939.
Poles walk among the ruins of besieged Warsaw.
View of a bridge spanning a canal in Nuremberg.
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