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Jews from the Lodz ghetto are loaded onto freight trains for deportation to the Chelmno killing center.
Belgian officials at the gangplank of the "St.
A group of Jewish partisans in the Rudniki forest, near Vilna, between 1942 and 1944.
British troops land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second fr
Passport photograph of Raoul Wallenberg.
A first-grade class at a Jewish school.
Two German Jewish families at a gathering before the war.
Units of a German armored division on the eastern front in February 1944.
Prisoners during a roll call at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
A group portrait of some of the participants in the uprising at the Sobibor killing center.
Three generations of a Jewish family pose for a group photograph.
German soldiers capture Jews hiding in a bunker during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
The Jewish refugee ship "Pan-York," carrying new citizens to the recently established state of Israel, docks at Haifa.
Soldiers from unidentified units of Einsatzgruppe (mobile killing squad) C look through the possessions of Jews massacred at Bab
Survivors of Mauthausen cheer American soldiers as they pass through the main gate of the camp.
Danish fishermen (foreground) ferry Jews across a narrow sound to safety in neutral Sweden during the German occupation of Denma
Swedish "protective pass" issued to Lili Katz, a Hungarian Jew.
Uniformed prisoners with triangular badges are assembled under Nazi guard at the Sachenhausen concentration camp.
Hartheim castle, a euthanasia killing center where people with physical and mental disabilities were killed by gassing and letha
Roll call for newly arrived prisoners, mostly Jews arrested during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"), at the Buchenwal
German troops parade through Warsaw after the invasion of Poland.
A girl in the Kloster Indersdorf children's center who was photographed in an attempt to help locate surviving relatives.
This photo originates from a film produced by the Reich Propaganda Ministry.
Shattered storefront of a Jewish-owned shop destroyed during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass").
Barracks in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp.
German civilians from the town of Nammering, under orders of American military authorities, dig graves for victims of a death ma
Entrance to the Ploetzensee prison.
Street scene in the Jewish quarter of Paris before the war.
Adolf Hitler and his personal architect, Albert Speer, in Paris shortly after the fall of France.
A group of women prisoners in the Plaszow camp.
Shortly before liberation by Allied forces, French resistance fighters staged uprisings across occupied France.
Three Jewish partisans in Wyszkow Forest near Warsaw.
Boycott poster. Berlin, Germany, April 1, 1933.
View of the Zeilsheim displaced persons camp.
Police search a messenger employed by the Social Democratic newspaper VORWAERTS.
After Hitler became chancellor of Germany, he persuaded his cabinet to declare a state of emergency and end many individual free
The Hotel Royal, site of the Evian Conference on Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany.
Clandestine photograph, taken by a German civilian, of Dachau concentration camp prisoners on a death march south through a vill
United States delegate Myron Taylor delivers a speech at the Evian Conference on Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany.
Nazi physician Carl Clauberg (at left), who performed medical experiments on prisoners in Block 10 of the Auschwitz camp.
Passports issued to a German Jewish couple, with "J" for "Jude" stamped on the cards.
Members of the Storm Troopers (SA), with boycott signs, block the entrance to a Jewish-owned shop.
Sign used during the anti-Jewish boycott: "Help liberate Germany from Jewish capital.
Samples of the Nuremberg Race Laws (the Reich Citizenship Law and the Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor).
An early view of the Dachau concentration camp.
Members of the SS (Schutzstaffel; originally Hitler's bodyguard, later the elite guard of the Nazi state) parade during a rally.
A group of children who were sheltered in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a town in southern France.
Prewar portrait of Ala Gartner, who was later imprisoned in the Auschwitz camp.
As the synagogue in Oberramstadt burns during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"), firefighters instead save a nearby ho
In the Warsaw ghetto, Jewish children with bowls of soup.
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