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Prewar photograph of students in a weaving workshop at a yeshiva (rabbinical academy) in the northern Transylvanian town of Sighet Marmatiei. Romania, prewar.
Jewish women at forced labor in the process of clearing rubble from the main street. Kishinev, Bessarabia, Romania, August 12, 1941.
Romanian Jews who were assembled in a Bessarabian village in September 1941 before deportation to Transnistria.
Jews of the Kishinev ghetto assembled for deportation to Transnistria. Kishinev, Bessarabia, Romania, October 28, 1941.
Romanian soldiers supervise the deportation of Jews from Kishinev. Kishinev, Bessarabia, Romania, October 28, 1941.
An 18-month-old Jewish boy, Chaim Leib, who was murdered at the Auschwitz killing center in occupied Poland. Bukovina, Romania, 1942.
Former Romanian prime minister Ion Antonescu being led to his execution. Camp Jivava, near Bucharest, Romania, June 1, 1946.
Former Romanian prime minister Ion Antonescu (center) before his execution as a war criminal. Fort Jivava, near Bucharest, Romania, June 1, 1946.
Former Romanian prime minister Ion Antonescu before his execution as a war criminal. Camp Jivava, near Bucharest, Romania, June 1, 1946.
Jews who were expelled from Romania to Hungary eat in an open field. Skala, Hungary, July-August 1941.
During the deportation of survivors of a pogrom in Iasi to Calarasi or Podul Iloaei, Romanians halt a train to throw off the bodies of those who had died on the way. Romania, July 1941.
Along the route from Iasi to either Calarasi or Podul IIoaei, Romanians remove corpses from a train carrying Jews deported from Iasi following a pogrom. Romania, late June or early July 1941.
Jewish children leaving for a summer camp organized by the "Yiddisher Shul Verein" (Yiddish school association). Chernovtsy, Romania, ca. July 1933.
Jewish children at a summer camp. Bendery, Romania, ca. 1936.
Children and staff leaving for the "Morgenroyt" schools summer camp, organized by the Bund (Jewish Socialist party). The camp was located near Chernovtsy on the Prut River. Chernovtsy, Romania, 1939.
In Hitler's presence, Romanian ruler Ion Antonescu signs the Three-Power Agreement. Berlin, Germany, November 23, 1940.
Horia Sima, leader of the Iron Guard and deputy prime minister of the Romanian government in 1940. Bucharest, Romania, 1940.
In this image, Horia Sima salutes his supporters during a ceremony commemorating the deaths of Ion Mota and Vasile Marin, Iron Guardsmen who were killed in the Spanish Civil War.
Ruins of a synagogue destroyed during anti-Jewish rioting. Bucharest, Romania, January 1941.
Jewish-owned store vandalized during the January 21-23 Iron Guard pogrom. Bucharest, Romania, January 1941.
Police force Romanian Jews, survivors of a pogrom in Iasi, to board a train during their expulsion from Iasi to Calarasi. Iasi, Romania, late June 1941.
A Romanian firing squad prepares to execute former Romanian prime minister Ion Antonescu. Camp Jivava, near Bucharest, Romania, June 1, 1946.
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