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Hitler campaign speech
US enters World War II
Medical Case: US prosecutor details illegal experim...
Aftermath of battle in Danzig
Jewish deportees from Magdeburg in the Warsaw ghett...
Allies evacuate troops from Dunkirk
Books burn as Goebbels speaks
Liberation of Buchenwald
Liberation of Bergen-Belsen
Jewish refugees cross into Italy
Jewish refugees trapped in no-man's-land
Romani (Gypsy) campsite near Berlin
Fighting in the Philippines
Kamikaze attacks on US ships, 1945
D-Day bombings over France
Bergen-Belsen after liberation
Germans bomb Coventry
Air raid shelter in London during the Blitz
Battle of Britain
Liberation of Auschwitz
Sudetenland ceded to Germany
Displaced persons camp in Austria
Liberation of Dachau
Displaced persons leave for the United States
Aerial view of Dachau concentration camp
Allied prisoner of war describes work details
Einsatzgruppen (mobile killing units)
Einsatzgruppen trial: US prosecution opens case against...
Evian Conference fails to aid refugees
Swastika flag rises over Versailles and Paris
Romani (Gypsy) campsite in Slovenia
Moving into the Krakow ghetto
Romani (Gypsy) children used in racial studies
Nuremberg Trial: Goering testifies
Goebbels claims Jews will destroy culture
Einsatzgruppen trial: Justice Jackson details use of...
Roma (Gypsies) in Romania
German invasion of France
German paratroopers land near Rotterdam
Exhumations at Hadamar
Aftermath of the liberation of a forced-labor camp...
US soldiers inspect Hadamar
Mussolini meets with Hitler in Germany
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