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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.
View of the smoldering ruins of a building in Warsaw following a German aerial attack.
View of the entrance to a marketplace reduced to rubble as a result of a German aerial attack.
A class of boys from the school in Oradour.
A school class of girls in Oradour.
The Machefer family in Oradour. All of the people pictured here, except for the father, were killed by the SS during the June 10
The ruins of Oradour-sur-Glane, destroyed by the SS on June 10, 1944.
Ruins in Oradour-sur-Glane, France.
Offices of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) in Arusha, Tanzania.
Singer Simon Bikindi sits at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda during his trial for incitement to genocide.
Wanted poster, published by the Rewards for Justice program, seeking key perpetrators who have been indicted by the Internationa
Adolf Hitler and other participants in the Hitler Putsch, during the annual anniversary celebration of his failed attempt to sei
A large crowd gathers in front of the Rathaus to hear the exhortations of Julius Streicher during the Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler's
Adolf Hitler, Julius Streicher (foreground, right), and Hermann Goering (left of Hitler) retrace the steps of the 1923 Beer Hall
American medical personnel evacuate Langenstein survivors to a hospital.
An American medical officer stands in front of a school that has been converted into a hospital for concentration camp survivors
American medical personnel stand in front of a school that has been converted into a hospital for concentration camp survivors f
Medical personnel stand outside a school that has been converted into a hospital for concentration camp survivors from Langenste
Funeral procession for victims of the Kielce pogrom.
Mourners and local residents shovel dirt into the mass grave of the victims of the Kielce pogrom during the public burial.
Map of Theresienstadt from an original document (1942-1945) and mounted in an album assembled by a survivor.
Protesters at an anti-Israel rally.
Protesters at a Tea Party rally.
A page from the diary of Eugenia Hochberg, written while she was living in hiding in Brody, Poland.
Illustrated page of a child's diary written in a Swiss refugee camp.
Prewar photograph of Kitty Weichherz.
The cover of a diary written by Elizabeth Kaufmann while living with the family of Pastor André Trocmé in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.
Page from a diary written by Elizabeth Kaufmann while living with the family of Pastor André Trocmé in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.
Otto Wolf (1927-1945) was a Czech Jewish teenager who chronicled his family's experience living in hiding in rural Moravia durin
Defendant John Demjanjuk comments on documents being viewed on a large screen in court.
Defendant John Demjanjuk crosses his heart upon hearing the pronouncement of his death sentence.
Max Brod in Prague, 1937
Marc Chagall in his studio in Gords. France, 1940
Portrait of Jack London, ca. 1905
Thomas Mann in Germany, prewar
Portrait of Paul Klee
Portrait of Jack London
Portrait of Theodore Dreiser
Portrait of Sigmund Freud
Portrait of Rosa Luxemburg
Portrait of John Dos Passos
Massenpsychologie und Ich-Analyse, cover
Einsatzstab Rosenberg looted materials of Jewish culture like these books found stacked in the cellar of the Nazi Institute for
Defendants Wilhelm Keitel (left), Ernst Kaltenbrunner (middle), and Alfred Rosenberg (right), talk during a recess in the procee
Former Nazi Party ideologist Alfred Rosenberg at the International Military Tribunal war crimes trial.
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