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Assembly point for Poles displaced by the German Race and Resettlement Main Office (RuSHA).
Crowds gathered in the streets of Tel Aviv celebrate the anniversary of the establishment of Israel with an independence day par
View of a barbed-wire fence separating part of the ghetto in Krakow from the rest of the city.
A Jewish man and child at forced labor in a factory in the Lodz ghetto.
During the Nuremberg Trial, American guards maintain constant surveillance over the major Nazi war criminals in the prison attac
At the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics, a racial hygienist measures a woman's features i
Nazi Storm Troopers (SA) block the entrance to a trade union building that they have occupied.
Recently appointed as German chancellor, Adolf Hitler greets President Paul von Hindenburg in Potsdam, Germany, on March 21, 193
A group of Jewish partisans. Sumsk, Poland, date uncertain.
A postcard of the SS St. Louis. May 1939.
A crowd cheers Adolf Hitler as his car leaves the Reich Chancellery following a meeting with President Paul von Hindenburg.
Jews work on the construction of a wall around the Warsaw ghetto area.
Footbridge over Chlodna Street, connecting two parts of the Warsaw ghetto.
Prisoners at forced labor. Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, between 1940 and 1945.
Aerial view of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, where the International Military Tribunal tried 22 leading German officials for
Prisoners at forced labor building an extension to the camp.
Prisoners at forced labor digging a drainage or sewage trench in Auschwitz.
Fleeing the advance of the Soviet army, the Germans forcibly evacuated westward by barge these prisoners of the Stutthof concent
One of many warehouses at Auschwitz in which the Germans stored clothing belonging to victims of the camp.
Members of the Storm Troopers (SA) march through the Brandenburg gate.
Yugoslav partisans with Jewish parachutists from Palestine.
German women at work in the offices of the German Census Bureau.
An antisemitic cartoon published in Dr.
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