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Warsaw, Poland, Jewish women in the ghetto. No record of those women pictured surviving holocaust

Warsaw, Poland, Jewish women in the ghetto. No record of those women pictured surviving holocaust

Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted." Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.

Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted." Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.

Map of the Holocaust in Poland during the Second World War (1939-1945) at the time of German occupation of Poland. This map shows all German Nazi extermination camps (or death camps), prominent concentration, labor and prison camps, major prewar Polish cities with ghettos set up by Nazi Germany, major deportation routes and major massacre sites.

Map of the Holocaust in Poland during the Second World War (1939-1945) at the time of German occupation of Poland. This map shows all German Nazi extermination camps (or death camps), prominent concentration, labor and prison camps, major prewar Polish cities with ghettos set up by Nazi Germany, major deportation routes and major massacre sites.

Deportation of Jews from Parysow, Poland  The Germans captured Parysow on September 17, 1939 and established a Judenrat a month later. A ghetto was set up in November 1940. The ghetto was liquidated on September 27, 1942, when its 3,500 inhabitants, including 2,000 refugees, were deported to Treblinka Death Camp.

Deportation of Jews from Parysow, Poland The Germans captured Parysow on September 17, 1939 and established a Judenrat a month later. A ghetto was set up in November 1940. The ghetto was liquidated on September 27, 1942, when its 3,500 inhabitants, including 2,000 refugees, were deported to Treblinka Death Camp.

Suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: Jews Forcibly Assembled Near the Wall of the Ghetto Await Deportation (May 1943)

Suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: Jews Forcibly Assembled Near the Wall of the Ghetto Await Deportation (May 1943)

Sept 1942. A child deported during the “Sperre” in the Lodz Ghetto, Poland. On Sept 5, 1942, the deportation known as the “Sperre” began - the roundup and removal of more than 15,000 children, elderly and ill Jews in one week from the Lodz Ghetto. Unlike elsewhere, news about the mass murder of the Jews had not reached the Lodz Ghetto. The brutal Aktion of September made it clear that deportation meant death.

Sept 1942. A child deported during the “Sperre” in the Lodz Ghetto, Poland. On Sept 5, 1942, the deportation known as the “Sperre” began - the roundup and removal of more than 15,000 children, elderly and ill Jews in one week from the Lodz Ghetto. Unlike elsewhere, news about the mass murder of the Jews had not reached the Lodz Ghetto. The brutal Aktion of September made it clear that deportation meant death.

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