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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

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

"Fall, an Austrian Jew, survived the Holocaust (both his parents were killed), fought in the French Resistance as a teenager, served as a Nuremburg Trials analyst, served in Indochina, earned a Ph.D from Syracuse, became a full professor at Howard University in Washington, and served as a war correspondent and military advisor in Vietnam, where he was killed in 1967."

"Fall, an Austrian Jew, survived the Holocaust (both his parents were killed), fought in the French Resistance as a teenager, served as a Nuremburg Trials analyst, served in Indochina, earned a Ph.D from Syracuse, became a full professor at Howard University in Washington, and served as a war correspondent and military advisor in Vietnam, where he was killed in 1967."

This was found in the personal album of an Einsatzgruppen soldier. It was labelled on the back “The last Jew of Vinnitsa”. All 28,000 of the Jews living there were killed at the time

This was found in the personal album of an Einsatzgruppen soldier. It was labelled on the back “The last Jew of Vinnitsa”. All 28,000 of the Jews living there were killed at the time

Poland ,Lodz, A group of workers outside the ghetto.

Poland ,Lodz, A group of workers outside the ghetto.

Auschwitz.   When something unauthorized was found on a prisoner, like an extra piece of bread, he was subjected to this punishment. The artist who painted this picture, survivor Jan Komski himself hung like this an hour a day for three consecutive days because he brought food and medicine back to the camp after a day at work.

Auschwitz. When something unauthorized was found on a prisoner, like an extra piece of bread, he was subjected to this punishment. The artist who painted this picture, survivor Jan Komski himself hung like this an hour a day for three consecutive days because he brought food and medicine back to the camp after a day at work.

Extracts from the Diary of Abraham Lewin "Ghettos" www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Extracts from the Diary of Abraham Lewin "Ghettos" www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Jewish prisoners posing for a photograph after the liberation, Dachau, Germany, 1945 - Dachau was a concentration camp for opponents to the Nazi regime, including Jews. Approximately 67,000 prisoners were liberated there on 29 April, 1945, about a third of them Jews. Survivors of the camp had no possessions or means, and thus many of them walked free still wearing prison garb, as they had no other clothes to wear.

Jewish prisoners posing for a photograph after the liberation, Dachau, Germany, 1945 - Dachau was a concentration camp for opponents to the Nazi regime, including Jews. Approximately 67,000 prisoners were liberated there on 29 April, 1945, about a third of them Jews. Survivors of the camp had no possessions or means, and thus many of them walked free still wearing prison garb, as they had no other clothes to wear.

Lodz, Poland, People in front of the prison, before deportation from the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, People in front of the prison, before deportation from the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Children in the ghetto. All of these children were murdered

Lodz, Poland, Children in the ghetto. All of these children were murdered

Lodz, Poland, People awaiting their deportation to the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, People awaiting their deportation to the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Children and nannies in a children's home in the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Children and nannies in a children's home in the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Repository of torn sacred books and religious artifacts in the cemetery. Baruch Preshker (a high ranking official at the ghetto administration and a prominent member of the Zionist committee) established a religious artifacts repair workshop, where jobs were given to people who were previously respected Hassidim. Religious artifacts were brought to this workshop from nearby Jewish communities that ceased to exist .

Lodz, Poland, Repository of torn sacred books and religious artifacts in the cemetery. Baruch Preshker (a high ranking official at the ghetto administration and a prominent member of the Zionist committee) established a religious artifacts repair workshop, where jobs were given to people who were previously respected Hassidim. Religious artifacts were brought to this workshop from nearby Jewish communities that ceased to exist .

Lodz, Poland, Jews parting from their relatives before their deportation.

Lodz, Poland, Jews parting from their relatives before their deportation.