<p>Jews forced to board a deportation ship in the Danube River port of Lom during deportations from Bulgarian-occupied territories. They were deported, through <a href="/narrative/6000/en">Vienna</a>, to the <a href="/narrative/3819/en">Treblinka</a> camp in German-occupied Poland. Lom, Bulgaria, March 1943.</p>

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