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Casting of Majdanek gas chamber door
Desecrated Torah scrolls
Danish rescue boat
Bible from Le Chambon pastor who saved Jews
Romani (Gypsy) woman's skirt
Granite quarried in Mauthausen
"St. Louis" photo album
Bible found at liberation
Julian Noga's prisoner uniform jacket
Antisemitic children's book
Sign excluding Jews from public places
Hotel Reichshof flyer
Boots issued to Jacob Polak by the Red Cross
Doll from the Krakow ghetto
Knife made by Yona Wygocka Dickmann
Comb made by Yona Wygocka Dickmann
Abraham Lewent's prisoner jacket
Karel Bruml's concentration camp cap
Hana Mueller's concentration camp skirt
Pages of Hebrew prayer books damaged during Kristal...
Cover of a Japanese-German phrase book
North-China Daily News photo showing Jewish Refugees...
Illustration from tourist guide to Kobe and its env...
Tourist pamphlet about Kobe, Japan
Religious articles found on death march victim
Poster advertising anti-Jewish boycott
Pants belonging to Marjan Glass
White armband with blue Star of David
Matchbox cover with Japanese propaganda illustratio...
Map of Kobe, Japan, from tourist guide to Kobe
Japanese-German phrase book (interior)
Candlesticks taken to Vilna by Polish Jewish refuge...
Tourist guide to Kobe, Japan (cover)
Trans-Siberian Express brochure (cover)
Backpack belonging to Ruth Berkowitz
Rope used in hanging
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