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Germany rejects disarmament and international coope...
Germany invades Poland
Romani (Gypsy) men at forced labor
Adam Czerniakow, chairman of the Jewish council in...
Aftermath of pogrom in Kielce
Pogrom in Lvov
Liberation of Vilna
Liberation of Majdanek
Soviet Secret Police massacre in Lvov
Soviet military advance in Vitebsk
Liberation of Mauthausen
Verdict announced in Medical Case
Victims of medical experiments testify during Medical...
Opening of 1936 Summer Olympic Games
Defeat of Belgium
German presence in Copenhagen, Denmark
President Truman attends Potsdam Conference
Defendants enter pleas at Nuremberg Trial
Einsatzgruppen trial: US prosecution condemns genoc...
US condemnation of Kristallnacht
War crimes trial of Vidkun Quisling
US Quakers aid children in defeated France
Roosevelt announces aid for Britain
Remilitarization of the Rhineland
Reichstag fire trial
Invasion of the Soviet Union
"St. Louis" arrives in Antwerp
German forces enter Warsaw
Truman proclaims victory in Europe
German and Soviet forces partition Poland
German victory parade in Warsaw
Liberation of Auschwitz
Yugoslav partisans prepare to fight
Zionist protest rally in Zeilsheim camp
Fall of Warsaw
Hitler thanks members of the SA and SS
Prison in the Warsaw ghetto
Conditions in the Warsaw ghetto
Japan attacks Pearl Harbor
Relocation of Soviet Citizens
Daily life in the Warsaw ghetto
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