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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.
Jewish children sheltered in the children's home Maison des Roches, directed by Daniel Trocme (back, center, with glasses).
Page from the diary of Peter Feigl, a Jewish child hidden in the Protestant village of le Chambon-sur-Lignon.
Mara Ginic and mother Johanna Ctvrtnik on the island of Hvar, Croatia, May 1941.
Mara and father Alexander Ginic, Castellamonte, Italy, 1943.
Mara Kraus (right) with grandson Kevin and great-grandson Rafael.
Heinz Raphael, 1939.
Heinz Raphael's train ticket from Zwickau to Chemnitz.
Postcard from Sassnitz.
Zeev Raphael, 2005.
Group portrait of members of the Kalinin Jewish partisan unit (Bielski group) on guard duty at an airstrip in the Naliboki Fores
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.
Refugees aboard the "St. Louis" wait to hear whether Cuba will grant them entry.
Recently appointed as German chancellor, Adolf Hitler greets President Paul von Hindenburg in Potsdam, Germany, on March 21, 193
Kindergarten class photograph taken during Purim.
Vilmos (Agnes's brother) is pictured in the third row, second from the left, of this portrait of his first year elementary schoo
Family portait of Agnes (second from right), her mother (left), brother (second from left), and father (right).
Picture taken of Agnes and her mother in the ghetto in 1944, used for obtaining false IDs as Christians.
Photograph taken during the engagement party of Agnes' uncle.
Listing of residents of Merwedeplein apartments, where Pieter (Peter) Kohnstam lived.
Pieter (Peter) Kohnstam with his mother and grandmother.
American troops wade through the surf on their arrival at the Normandy beaches on D-Day.
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