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  • Cyprus Detention Camps

    Article

    In 1946-48, the British government intercepted tens of thousands of Holocaust survivors seeking to reach Palestine and held them in detention camps on Cyprus.

    Cyprus Detention Camps
  • Hidden Children: Daily Life

    Article

    Some Jewish children survived the Holocaust by hiding or living under disguised identities. Learn more about their experiences while in hiding.

    Hidden Children: Daily Life
  • Jewish Badge

    Timeline Event

    September 1, 1941. On this date, Reinhard Heydrich declared that all Jews aged 6 and over in the Third Reich must wear a yellow Star of David.

    Jewish Badge
  • Eva Heyman: Maps

    Media Essay

    Eva was born to Jewish parents and grew up in a city on the border between Romania and Hungary. On March 19, 1944, the Germans occupied Hungary and Eva was soon forced into a ghetto. She was later deported to Auschwitz, where she was killed at the a...

  • Joseph Gani: Maps

    Media Essay

    Born to a Jewish family in Preveza, Joseph Gani was endangered by the German occupation of Greece. In March 1944, the Nazis deported the Jews of Preveza to Auschwitz. Joseph was killed several months later, at the age of 18. These maps add geograp...

  • Moise Gani: Maps

    Media Essay

    Born to a Jewish family in Preveza, Moise Gani was endangered by the German occupation of Greece. In March 1944, the Nazis deported the Jews of Preveza to Auschwitz. Albert was killed several months later, at the ag...

  • Albert Gani: Maps

    Media Essay

    Born to a Jewish family in Preveza, Albert Gani was endangered by the German occupation of Greece. In March 1944, the Nazis deported the Jews of Preveza to Auschwitz. Albert was killed several months later, at the age...

  • Sigrid Undset

    Article

    Sigrid Undset was a Norwegian author who won the Nobel Prize for Literature. In part because of her criticism of the Nazi regime, her work was burned in 1933.

    Sigrid Undset
  • Studio portrait of Chava Leichter

    Photo

    Studio portrait of Chava Leichter, murdered in the Treblinka killing center in 1942 at the age of 25. Her brother Chaim emigrated to Palestine in 1937 on the boat Polania. He served in the British army in Libya during the war. This photograph was taken in 1939.

    Studio portrait of Chava Leichter
  • Rudolf Hess

    Article

    Brief overview of the charges against Rudolf Hess, one of the leading German officials tried during the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.

    Rudolf Hess

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