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Jews, mostly children, proceed on horse-drawn wagons to assembly points for deportation.
Jewish forced laborers at work in a leather refining factory.
Jewish women who were seized for forced labor sort expropriated cloth.
Child street vendors. Lodz ghetto, Poland, 1942.
German troops parade through Warsaw after the invasion of Poland.
Mordechai Chaim Rumkowski, Jewish council chairman in Lodz ghetto, seen here speaking amongst Jewish ghetto policemen.
Jews in the Lodz ghetto line up outside the labor office of the Jewish council in the hopes of finding employment outside the gh
Slovak prime minister Vojtech Tuka (front row, standing) announces Slovakia's entry into the Axis alliance (initially Germany, I
Jewish refugees, part of the Brihah (the postwar mass flight of Jews from eastern Europe), in a crowded boxcar on the way to a d
Children in the Bad Reichenhall displaced persons camp.
Jewish displaced persons in an ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) sewing workshop.
An ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) auto mechanics class at Landsberg displaced persons camp.
Jews move into the Kovno ghetto.
Deportation of Jews from the Kovno ghetto.
Clandestine photograph taken by George Kadish: scene during the deportation of Jews from the Kovno ghetto.
Jewish women return to the ghetto after forced labor on the outside.
Photograph taken by George Kadish: a member of the Kovno ghetto underground hides supplies in a well used as the entrance to a h
An impoverished ghetto resident sells bread on the black market.
Ruins of a building in the Kovno ghetto gutted when the Germans attempted to force Jews out of hiding during the final destructi
A child in the Kovno ghetto hospital.
Scene photographed by George Kadish: Jewish prisoners behind a barred window in the Kovno ghetto jail.
A group of children in the Kovno ghetto.
In the Kovno ghetto, a child carries a bowl of soup and holds food ration tickets.
Children forced laborers in a carpentry shop.
Child forced laborer in a ghetto factory.
Entrance to the Novaky labor camp.
The "St. Louis," carrying Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, arrives in the port of Antwerp after Cuba and the United States den
Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, passengers on the "St.
Two Austrian refugee children, part of a group of predominantly Jewish refugee children on a Children's Transport (Kindertranspo
A mass grave dug by Jewish forced laborers for the bodies of individuals murdered by the NKVD in Lvov prisons.
British Jewish leader Sidney Silverman forwarded to American Jewish leader Stephen Wise this copy of a cable originating from Ge
Ukrainian Jews who were forced to undress before they were massacred by Einsatzgruppe detachments.
Jewish children sheltered by the Protestant population of the village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.
American troops, including African American soldiers from the Headquarters and Service Company of the 183rd Engineer Combat Batt
Under the supervision of an American soldier, German civilians dig mass graves for the victims of the Dora-Mittelbau concentrati
View of Majdanek extermination camp from a nearby village.
Soviet prisoners of war, survivors of the Majdanek camp, at the camp's liberation.
Zyklon B pellets found at the liberation of the Majdanek camp.
A crematorium at the Majdanek extermination camp, outside Lublin.
Interior of a gas chamber at the Majdanek camp.
Roma (Gypsies) being deported to Kozare and Jasenovac, both Croatian concentration camps.
An American soldier on an inspection tour of Buchenwald poses for a photograph beside a wagon laden with corpses.
Destruction of the Dortmund synagogue during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Synagogue destroyed during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Reich Labor Service battalions parade before Hitler during the Nazi Party Congress.
Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany board the "St.
Camp survivors in barracks at liberation.
"Ostarbeiter" (eastern workers) were mostly eastern European women brought to Germany for forced labor.
Shoes of victims in the Janowska camp were found by Soviet forces after the liberation of Lvov.
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