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British soldiers deport "Exodus 1947" pas...
Refugees from the "Exodus 1947"
Protest in Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp over...
Destruction of Lidice
German military court trial of French resistance me...
Annexation of Austria
Battle for Danzig
Air war in Flanders: Western Campaign
German air campaign in the Low Countries
Agreement Reached at Munich Conference
Liberation of Ebensee camp
Liberation of Mauthausen
Deportation of Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedon...
Estonian policemen stand trial for war crimes
German forces in Italy surrender to the Allies
Hitler tours Paris
Victory in Europe!
Liberation of Rome
Jews at forced labor in Belgrade
Ustasa forces round up villagers
German invasion of Norway: Narvik
German invasion of Norway and the naval war
Liberation of Buchenwald
Liberation of Dora-Mittelbau
Fall of Rotterdam
Ion Antonescu meets with Hitler
Trial of Ion Antonescu
Deportation of Jews from Balti, Bessarabia
Warsaw Polish uprising
Treatment of US POWs
Croatian fascist leader Ante Pavelic
US military chiefs visit displaced persons camp
Father Charles Coughlin opposes Roosevelt
Jewish religious service at Dachau
Dachau after liberation
US soldiers care for Dachau survivors
Training for emigration
Prewar Romani (Gypsy) life
Nazi anti-Jewish boycott
Olympic Games in Berlin
UNRRA conference convenes in the United States
Jewish refugees arrive in Haifa and are interned
Memorial Pageant calls for the rescue of European J...
Hitler speaks before the Reichstag (German Parliame...
Wedding in Munkács
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