Lodz, Poland, 1942, Jews being photographed for work permit pictures in the ghetto. Jews are sitting in rows, and a photographer is photographing their faces for the purpose of issuing work permits in the Lodz ghetto in 1942
Stefania Podgorska (right), pictured here with her younger sister Helena (left), helped Jews survive in German-occupied Poland. She supplied food to Jews in the Przemysl ghetto. Following the German destruction of the ghetto in 1943, she saved 13 Jews by hiding them in her attic. Przemysl, Poland, 1944.
Lodz, Poland, Jews with their belongings being deported from the ghetto to death camps. They were told they would have housing, food and all would stay with their families. The lies made it easy for the Nazi's to get the poor Jews crammed into cattle cars and then send to death camps and gas them to death or select a few for slave labor and death or medical experiments and death.