Katowice, Poland, A German soldier supervising the collection of Jewish dead bodies.
Poland, 1944: Nurse comforts a wounded boy in a field hospital during the Warsaw Uprising
Faces of the Warsaw Uprising and the Warsaw Resistance, 1944
Auschwitz. They had to sleep here. Crammed in so tightly that if one needed to turn over, they all had to turn.
The Jewish population of Mizoch, town in Rivne region, awaiting execution at the bottom of a large ravine. October 14, 1942.
Kozienice ghetto Poland ww2
Lieutenant Tovolzhansky wipes his boots with Nazi flag at ACS ICS-152 “Deerslayer” on the street of Breslau, 1945.
Maksimillian Kolbe was a Polish priest who volunteered to die in the place of a man in Auschwitz after he overheard him cry out for his wife and children. The man he saved, Mr. Gajowniczek, died in 1995 at the age of 93.
Traditional dash ...
The first Polish POW's
This picture grabbed my attention because of the shear number of forces they had.
Bagerovsky antitank ditch near Kerch in the Crimea. Local residents mourn those massacred by the Germans, winter 1941-42.
On starvation rations, Jews were forced to carry loads of bricks. Poland
Warsaw ghetto in 1941
Zivia Lubetkin, a founder of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) and participant in the Warsaw ghetto uprising. Poland, date uncertain