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German soldiers lead Jews captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising to the assembly point for deportation.
View of barracks and the ammunition factory in one of the first photos of Dachau concentration camp.
The Black Wall, between Block 10 (left) and Block 11 (right) in the Auschwitz concentration camp, where executions of inmates to
Hannah Szenes, in the garden of her Budapest home before she moved to Palestine and became a parachutist for rescue missions.
Jewish parachutist Hannah Szenes with her brother, before leaving for a rescue mission.
Roma (Gypsies) near Uzhgorod, Slovakia.
Nomadic Roma (Gypsies). Czechoslovakia, 1939.
Prisoners at forced labor build the Dove-Elbe canal.
Romani (Gypsy) inmates at forced labor in Ravensbrueck concentration camp.
A meeting of the Warsaw Jewish council.
A war crimes investigation photo of the disfigured leg of a survivor from Ravensbrueck, Polish political prisoner Helena Hegier
Arrival of a transport of Dutch Jews in the Theresienstadt ghetto.
Anne Frank at five years of age.
A page from Anne Frank's photo album showing snapshots taken between 1935 and 1942.
Margot and Anne Frank before their family fled to the Netherlands.
Anne Frank, age twelve, at her school desk.
Many of the early concentration camps were improvised.
Soviet soldiers guard the entrance to Hitler's underground bunker.
Anne Frank with her mother and sister.
Portrait of Georg Duckwitz, German naval attache in Denmark who leaked the Nazi plan to deport Danish Jews.
Danish fishermen used this boat to carry Jews to safety in Sweden during the German occupation.
Poverty in the ghetto: residents wait for soup at a public kitchen.
Medical personnel experiment on a prisoner at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
A concert in the Oranienburger Street synagogue organized by the Cultural Society of German Jews.
A woman mourns by the coffins of Jews who died in the Kielce pogrom.
Coffins containing bodies of Jews killed in the Kielce pogrom.
Bombing raid over part of the Auschwitz camp.
German soldiers lead blindfolded Polish hostages to an execution site.
A synagogue used as a warehouse for the belongings of deported Jews.
German Jewish orphans arrive at the Marseille railroad station, en route to Palestine as part of Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigrati
Elderly Jews are transferred from their assigned houses to a ghetto area.
Three participants in the Treblinka uprising who escaped and survived the war.
Jewish orphans fleeing Europe are fitted with shoes from the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), en
Roma (Gypsies). Czechoslovakia, 1937.
Forced-labor camp for Roma (Gypsies).
Swedish protective pass issued to Joseph Katona, the Chief Rabbi of Budapest.
A protective pass issued by the Swiss consulate in Budapest, for Chief Rabbi Joseph Katona.
Adolf Hitler's authorization for the Euthanasia Program (Operation T4), signed in October 1939 but dated September 1, 1939.
Jews from Bulgarian-occupied territories during deportation along the Danube to Vienna, from where they were deported by train t
Bulgarian authorities round up Jews in occupied Macedonia for deportation.
Yugoslav partisan leaders Josip Broz Tito (left) and Mosa Pijade (right).
Waltraud Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was arrested several times for refusing to make the "Heil Hitler" salute.
A Jewish man wearing a yellow star reads newly posted antisemitic regulations in Budapest.
Families and friends of Jewish victims killed in the Budapest ghetto search for the exhumed corpses of friends and relatives.
Jewish forced laborers in the quarry of a forced-labor camp established by the Hungarian government.
Jewish refugee children, part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport) from Germany, soon after arriving in Harwich.
British soldiers remove the body of a refugee (draped in a Jewish flag), killed aboard the refugee ship "Theodor Herzl" during i
Children who arrived in Great Britain on Children's Transports (Kindertransporte) from Germany and Austria take a meal in Harwic
Soldiers from the British army's Palestine Buffs Regiment, composed of volunteers from Palestine, at anti-aircraft exercises.
Jewish refugee children, part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport) from Germany, upon arrival in Harwich.
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