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The remains of a crematorium at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Rabbi Marcus Melchior, Danish chief rabbi, who warned his congregants that the Germans intended to round up Denmark's Jews.
Uniformed prisoners with triangular badges are assembled under Nazi guard at the Sachenhausen concentration camp.
Buses used to transport patients to Hadamar euthanasia center.
Hartheim castle, a euthanasia killing center where people with physical and mental disabilities were killed by gassing and letha
SS Colonel Franz Ziereis, commandant of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Members of the Arrow Cross after taking power.
Members of the fascist Arrow Cross Party arrest Jews.
Refugees crowd the rail of the Aliyah Bet ("illegal" immigration) ship "Josiah Wedgwood," anchored at the Haifa port.
Austrian Jewish refugee children, members of one of the Children's Transports (Kindertransporte), arrive at a London train stati
Jewish refugee children gather in the US zone of occupation in Germany, en route to Palestine.
Training for emigration to Palestine: a math class at the Caputh Agricultural School.
Girls in a sewing class at the Adas Israel school, maintained by the German Jewish community.
Pre-emigration training: young Jews in a cooking class in the Theodor Herzl School sponsored by the Jewish community.
Jewish children in an orphanage operated by the Jewish council of the Vilna ghetto.
Abba Kovner, commander of Vilna ghetto's United Partisan Organization (FPO), poses shortly after liberation.
Handicapped Soviet and Polish prisoners in front of a tank of the 11th Armored Division, US Third Army.
After the liberation of the Flossenbürg concentration camp, two US army infantrymen examine a pile of shoes belonging to victims
An American soldier tends to a former prisoner lying among corpses of victims at the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, near Nor
Soon after liberation, camp survivors await their ration of potato soup.
A meeting of the Kovno ghetto Jewish council.
Haika Grosman, one of the organizers of the Bialystok ghetto underground and participant in the Bialystok ghetto revolt.
Deportation of Jews from Hanau, near Frankfurt am Main, to the Theresienstadt ghetto.
Slovak Jewish men work at road building in a forced-labor camp.
After camp liberation, one of the mass graves at the Bergen-Belsen camp.
Excerpt from Anne Frank's diary, October 10, 1942: "This is a photograph of me as I wish I looked all the time.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German Protestant theologian who was executed in the Flossenbürg concentration camp on April 9, 1945.
Survivors of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Medical experiment performed at the Dachau concentration camp to determine altitudes at which German pilots could survive.
A prisoner in a compression chamber loses consciousness before dying during a medical experiment simulating high altitudes.
Emaciated survivors of the Buchenwald concentration camp soon after the liberation of the camp.
A Romani (Gypsy) victim of Nazi medical experiments to make seawater potable.
Jewish women prisoners behind a barbed-wire fence at the Gurs detention camp.
Prisoners in the Janowska concentration camp orchestra, which performed as workers were taken to and from forced labor.
Liberated prisoners demonstrate the overcrowded conditions at the Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, April 23, 1945.
Members of the Lvov Jewish council are hanged by the Germans.
Bodies of Soviet prisoners of war.
Jews outside the "Monopol" tobacco factory, used as a transit camp by Bulgarian authorities during deportations from Macedonia a
Scene during the deportation of Jews to Treblinka extermination camp.
Emmi G., a 16-year-old housemaid diagnosed as schizophrenic.
A shopworker with a disputed schizophrenic diagnosis, Gerda D.
A victim of the Nazi Euthanasia Program: hospitalized in a psychiatric ward for her nonconformist beliefs and writings, she was
Deportation of Jews by Bulgarian authorities from occupied territories in Greece and Yugoslavia.
Adolf Hitler, Wilhelm Frick, and Hermann Goering wave to a torchlight parade in honor of Hitler's appointment as chancellor.
Roll call for newly arrived prisoners, mostly Jews arrested during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"), at the Buchenwal
Chart showing the breakdown of Jews and Jews of "mixed race" (Mischlinge) within the total German population of 1939.
Roundup of Jews captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
A group of foreign-born Jews poses for a photo in Gurs, a French internment camp in southwestern France.
Jewish refugees aboard the refugee ship "St.
A writer from Duesseldorf who was arrested for homosexuality.
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