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Images of life and activities before, during, and after the Holocaust by official photographs and individualsAccession Number: 2015.588.1
Responses to the persecution and murder of European Jews by the US government and American citizensPhoto Number: 44159
Documentation of resistance efforts to Nazi-sponsored persecution and mass murder throughout the Third Reich and occupied EuropePhoto Number: 46677
Evidence of camp facilities established to confine those whom the Nazis defined as political, ideological, or racial opponents of the regimeAccession Number: 1993.153.1
Documentation of the Holocaust and prewar Jewish life in Ukraine.Accession Number: 1998.91
Personal accounts providing readers with a varied and complex view of people who lived and died during the HolocaustAccession Number: 1992.59
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Thousands of paintings, drawings, and collages created during and after the Holocaust.Accession Number: 2006.125.84
Collections documenting the enormous obstacles refugees faced finding safe havens during World War II.Photo Number: 40952
Interviews and memoirs from survivors of the Holocaust, liberators, non-Jewish witnesses, rescuers, and perpetrators.RG Number: RG-50.042*0002
Historical footage and contemporary films about the Holocaust.RG Number: RG.60.4676
Materials created to spread the ideals of National Socialism, including racism, antisemitism, and anti-Bolshevism.Accession Number: 2016.184.271
Documentation, evidence, and film from the war crimes trials of leading German officials before the International Military Tribunal beginning on November 20, 1945.Photo Number: 16776