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German children read an anti-Jewish propaganda book titled DER GIFTPILZ ( "The Poisonous Mushroom").
Germans cheer Adolf Hitler as he leaves the Hotel Kaiserhof just after being sworn in as chancellor.
SS Second Lieutenant Gustav Willhaus, camp commandant, rides past the main gate of the Janowska concentration camp.
Bone-crushing machine used to grind human bones in order to obtain fertilizer in the Janowska concentration camp.
Two SS officers and a guard dog in the Janowska concentration camp.
Invading German troops approach Bydgoszcz.
German soldiers parade in Pilsudski Square.
German citizens cheer the entry of German forces into Duesseldorf, on the Rhine, soon after Hitler ordered the entry of German t
Invading German soldiers raise the Nazi flag in front of the city hall.
Adolf Hitler (lower right) gives Nazi salute as he reviews victorious German troops.
Invading German troops enter the town of Lodz.
Soon after liberation, surviving children of the Auschwitz camp walk out of the children's barracks.
Nazi racial charts. Germany, between 1935 and 1945.
Germans attend a class in racial theory.
Physical education class at a Jewish refugee school.
Religious school for Jewish refugee children.
Danish fishermen (foreground) ferry Jews across a narrow sound to safety in neutral Sweden during the German occupation of Denma
In the Kovno ghetto, the body of a Jewish man executed on German orders hangs from gallows erected near the Jewish council build
Employees of the Jewish council in the Kovno ghetto assemble during roll call, which was taken on a daily basis.
Polish yeshiva students in Shanghai.
Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria arrive at the port of Shanghai.
Jews from Germany are transported to a refugee camp in Shanghai.
Jews in charge of maintaining order in a refugee camp.
Jewish refugees at prayer in a synagogue.
Swedish "protective pass" issued to Lili Katz, a Hungarian Jew.
Refugee girl, part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport), shortly after arrival in Harwich.
Jewish refugee children—part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport)—from Vienna, Austria, arrive at Harwich.
Column of Soviet prisoners of war from the Ukrainian front.
A knitwear store emptied and destroyed during the January 21-23 Iron Guard pogrom.
Sephardic synagogue destroyed during the January 21-23 Iron Guard pogrom.
Crowds gather at Berlin's Opernplatz for the burning of books deemed "un-German." Berlin, Germany, May 10, 1933.
Scene during a pogrom against the Jews of Lvov.
View of barracks in the Majdanek camp.
Deportation of Jews from the Jozsefvarosi train station in Budapest.
Herzog Rudolfstrasse synagogue after it was destroyed during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Result of a medical experiment on a prisoner.
A victim of Nazi medical experiments.
The roll call square in the Mauthausen concentration camp, looking toward the main gate.
View of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Barracks in the Mauthausen camp.
An American soldier and liberated prisoners of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Piles of corpses, soon after the liberation of the Mauthausen camp.
An American solider looks at the Mauthausen crematorium during the liberation of the camp.
Survivors of the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, located near Nordhausen.
Adolf Eichmann, SS official in charge of deporting European Jewry.
German troops marching into the Sudetenland stop at a former Czech frontier post.
American military personnel view corpses in the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Soon after liberation, camp survivors cook in a field.
Soon after liberation, British medical officers begin disinfection of camp survivors.
A camp survivor, soon after liberation.
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