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Young German soldiers assist in the deportation of Jews from the Zychlin ghetto to the Chelmno killing center. The Nazis planned this deportation to fall on the Jewish holiday of Purim. Poland, March 3, 1942.
A deserted street in the area of the Sighet Marmatiei ghetto. This photograph was taken after the deportation of the ghetto population. Sighet Marmatiei, Hungary, May 1944.
Deportation of Jews from the Jozsefvarosi train station in Budapest. Hungary, November 1944.
Jewish deportees marching down a main street of Koszeg during the deportation of Hungarian Jews. Koszeg, Hungary, May 1944.
Deportation of Jews. Koszeg, Hungary, July 1944.
Jewish women, children, and the elderly await deportation at the railroad station in Koszeg, a small town in northwestern Hungary. Koszeg, Hungary, 1944.
Jewish residents of the Szeged ghetto assemble for deportation. Szeged, Hungary, June 1944.
A transport of Hungarian Jews lines up on the ramp for selection at the Auschwitz-Birkenau killing center in German-occupied Poland. May 1944.
In mid-May 1944, the Hungarian authorities, in coordination with the German Security Police, began to systematically deport the Hungarian Jews. SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann was chief of the team of "deportation experts" that worked with the Hungarian authorities. The Hungarian police carried out the roundups and forced the Jews onto the deportation trains.
In less than two months, nearly 440,000 Jews were deported from Hungary in more than 145 trains.
Jews are forced into boxcars for deportation to the Belzec killing center. Lublin, Poland, 1942.
Jews carrying their possessions during deportation to the Chelmno killing center. Most of the people seen here had previously been deported to Lodz from central Europe. Lodz, Poland, January–April 1942.
Under guard, Jewish men, women, and children board trains during deportation from Siedlce to the Treblinka killing center. Siedlce, Poland, August 1942.
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