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  • Quaker relief effort for prisoners at the Gurs camp

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    Vegetable gardens administered by the American Friends Service Committee as part of a Quaker relief effort for prisoners at the Gurs camp. Gurs, France, ca. 1943.

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    Quaker relief effort for prisoners at the Gurs camp
  • Mordechai Chaim Rumkowski

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    Mordechai Chaim Rumkowski, Jewish council chairman in the Lodz ghetto, seen here speaking amongst Jewish ghetto policemen. Lodz, Poland, ca. 1942.

    Mordechai Chaim Rumkowski
  • Women prisoners in the Gurs camp

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    Women prisoners in the Gurs camp. Gurs, France, ca. 1943.

    Women prisoners in the Gurs camp
  • Jehovah's Witness Hilda Kusserow

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    Hilda Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was imprisoned for nine years for her religious beliefs. Eschborn, Germany, ca. 1979.

    Jehovah's Witness Hilda Kusserow
  • Jehovah's Witness Franz Kusserow

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    Franz Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was imprisoned for nine years for his religious beliefs. Bad Lippspringe, Germany, ca. 1950.

    Jehovah's Witness Franz Kusserow
  • Israel Kanal

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    Israel Kanal, a member of the Akiva youth movement and a founder of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) in Warsaw. He fought in the Warsaw ghetto uprising. Kutno, Poland, ca. 1939.

    Israel Kanal
  • Jehovah's Witness Wilhelm Kusserow

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    Wilhelm Kusserow, a German Jehovah's Witness who was shot by the Nazis. Germany, ca. 1940.

    Jehovah's Witness Wilhelm Kusserow
  • Children's painting showing Jews celebrating Hannukah

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    Children's painting showing of Jews celebrating Hannukah. This painting, which was probably drawn by either Michael or Marietta Grunbaum, was made in Theresienstadt and then pasted into a scrapbook by their mother shortly after liberation. Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, ca. 1943.

    Children's painting showing Jews celebrating Hannukah
  • Foreign Jews in Paris before deportation to internment camps

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    Foreign Jews arrested in Paris at the Austerlitz train station before deportation to the French-administered internment camps Pithiviers and Beaune-la-Rolande in the Loire region. Paris, France, ca. May 1941.

    Foreign Jews in Paris before deportation to internment camps
  • Invasion of Yugoslavia

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    German Stuka dive-bombers fly over Yugoslavia during the German invasion of Yugoslavia, which began on April 6, 1941. Yugoslavia, ca. April 6, 1941.

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    Invasion of Yugoslavia
  • Group portrait taken in prewar Warsaw

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    Group portrait of women and children standing outside in Warsaw before the war. Warsaw, Poland, ca. 1938. 

    Group portrait taken in prewar Warsaw
  • Soviet planes fly over Berlin

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    Soviet planes fly over the destroyed Reichstag (German parliament) building in Berlin. Photograph taken by Yevgeny Khaldei. Berlin, Germany, ca. April 1945. 

    Soviet planes fly over Berlin
  • Polish children wander through the ruins of Warsaw

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    Polish children wander through the ruins of Warsaw after a German bombing. Photographed by Julien Bryan in Warsaw, Poland, ca. 1939.

    Polish children wander through the ruins of Warsaw
  • Sketch from a scrapbook presented during an inspection of Djelfa

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    Sketch from the scrapbook of Donald Coster presented to him during his inspection of the internment camp in Djelfa. The page is entitled, "All roads don't lead to Rome." Djelfa, Algeria, ca. 1941. 

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    Sketch from a scrapbook presented during an inspection of Djelfa
  • Anti-Masonic poster

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    Eugenics poster entitled "The relationship between Jews and Freemasons." The text at the top reads: "World politics World revolution." The text at the bottom reads, "Freemasonry is an international organization beholden to Jewry with the political goal of establishing Jewish domination through world-wide revolution." The map, decorated with Masonic symbols (temple, square, and apron), shows where revolutions took place in Europe from the French Revolution in 1789 through the German Revolution in 1919. This…

    Anti-Masonic poster
  • Armenian deportees

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    A small group of Armenian deportees walking through the Taurus Mountain region, carrying bundles. A woman in the foreground carries a child. Ottoman Empire, ca. November 1915. Photograph taken by Armin T. Wegner. Wegner served as a nurse with the German Sanitary Corps. In 1915 and 1916, Wegner traveled throughout the Ottoman Empire and documented atrocities carried out against the Armenians. [Courtesy of Sybil Stevens (daughter of Armin T. Wegner). Wegner Collection, Deutsches Literaturarchiv, Marbach…

    Armenian deportees
  • Beginning of the torch relay for the 1936 Olympic Games

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    A runner begins the torch relay (the first "Olympia Fackel-Staffel-Lauf") in Oympia, Greece., ca. July 1936. The 1936 Games were the first to employ the torch run. Each of 3,422 torch bearers ran one kilometer (0.6 miles) along the route of the torch relay from the site of the ancient Olympics in Olympia, Greece, to Berlin. Former German Olympian Carl Diem modeled the relay after one that had been run in Athens in 80 B.C. It perfectly suited Nazi propagandists, who used torchlit parades and rallies to…

    Beginning of the torch relay for the 1936 Olympic Games
  • Fritz and Ida Lang, Jewish proprietors of a dry goods store in Germany

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    Fritz and Ida Lang, Jewish proprietors of a dry goods store in Lambsheim, posed for this picture around 1934. In the early 1940s, Nazi authorities deported the Langs and their young daughter, Freya, to detention camps in France. Ida died after deportation to Auschwitz. Fritz survived and reunited with his daughter in 1946. Lambsheim, Germany, ca. 1934.

    Fritz and Ida Lang, Jewish proprietors of a dry goods store in Germany
  • Mother and infant daughter in Germany

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    Ida Baehr Lang holding her infant daughter, Freya Karoline, in Lambsheim. Ida died in the mid-1940s after deportation to Auschwitz. Freya survived in hiding in France and reunited with her father in 1946. Lambsheim, Germany, ca. 1934.

    Mother and infant daughter in Germany
  • Kamchi family portrait

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    Portrait of the family of Mushon and Rebeka Kamchi in Bitola. Isak Kamchi is pictured in the front row at the right. Isak was born in Bitola. Several of his siblings and cousins left Macedonia for Palestine and North America before the war. During World War II, Isak served as the leader of a partisan unit operating in Croatia. He established a safehouse at his parent's home in Zagreb where partisans could rest and recuperate. His mother ran the safehouse, cooking for the men and nursing them back to…

    Kamchi family portrait
  • Footbridge that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto

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    The footbridge over Zgierska Street that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto. The street itself was not part of the ghetto. Leon Jakubowicz's model of the Lodz ghetto recreates, on a small scale, the physical appearance of the ghetto, creating the shape of the model to mimic the exact boundaries, streets, and buildings that had a major impact on daily life in the ghetto. Lodz, Poland, ca. 1941. During the Holocaust, the creation of ghettos was a key step in the Nazi process of brutally separating,…

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    Footbridge that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto
  • Lisa Nussbaum Derman and her family

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    Lisa Nussbaum and her family. From left to right: Pola (sister), Herschel (father), Borushek (brother) Gittel (mother), and Lisa (about 13 years old in this photograph). Lisa's father exported geese to Germany for a living. Photograph taken in Raczki, Poland, ca. 1939. With the end of World War II and collapse of the Nazi regime, survivors of the Holocaust faced the daunting task of rebuilding their lives. With little in the way of financial resources and few, if any, surviving family members, most…

    Lisa Nussbaum Derman and her family
  • Thomas Buergenthal after arriving in the United States

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    Thomas (standing, right), then known as "Tommy," with relatives shortly after arriving in the United States. New Jersey, ca. 1952. With the end of World War II and collapse of the Nazi regime, survivors of the Holocaust faced the daunting task of rebuilding their lives. With little in the way of financial resources and few, if any, surviving family members, most eventually emigrated from Europe to start their lives again. Between 1945 and 1952, more than 80,000 Holocaust survivors immigrated to the United…

    Thomas Buergenthal after arriving in the United States
  • Nazi propaganda postcard featuring Adolf Hitler, a swastika flag, and a member of the SA

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    Nazi propaganda postcard showing a crowd of saluting Germans superimposed on an enlarged image of Adolf Hitler with a member of the SA (Storm Trooper) who holds a swastika flag.  Munich, Germany, ca. 1932.

    Nazi propaganda postcard featuring Adolf Hitler, a swastika flag, and a member of the SA
  • Hajj Amin al-Husayni with German SS and Bosnian members of the Waffen-SS

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    Hajj Amin al-Husayni in the company of German SS and Bosnian members of the Waffen-SS during an official visit to Bosnia, ca. 1943.

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    Hajj Amin al-Husayni with German SS and Bosnian members of the Waffen-SS

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