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After the Kristallnacht. 9/10/1938

The next store, presumably owned by "Aryans," remains untouched, Kristallnacht - The Night of the Broken Glass . While many Germans were privately appalled at the violence unleashed that night, few publicly spoke out against what had occurred.

D). SA pickets distribute boycott pamphlets to German pedestrians. The sign held by one of them reads: "Attention Germans. These Jews (Five and Dime Stores) are the parasites and gravediggers of German craftsmen. They pay starvation wages to German workers. The chief owner is the Jew, Nathan Schmidt."

SA men distribute leaflets during the anti-Jewish boycott in Berlin, Germany.

"Once these camps were discovered, liberating military often forced local German civilians to tour them to see for themselves the atrocities that took place under their noses. "The people around us refused to listen; and even those who listened refused to believe; and even those who believed could not comprehend. Of course they could not. Nobody could. The experience of the camps defies comprehension.”

Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany, inspect a nearby concentration camp under orders of the Airborne Division on May Bodies of victims of German prison camps were found dumped in pits in yard, one pit containing 300 bodies.

Germany, 11 November 1938, A Jewish-owned store ruined during Kristallnacht

Germany, 11 November A Jewish-owned store ruined during Kristallnacht

Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Zanne Farbstein, Czechoslovakia

Zanne Farbstein was 16 years old when she was deported with her two younger sisters to Auschwitz. While working as a slave laborer, Zanne found her father's .

In this incredible picture, a group of female survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau trudge through the snow as they depart from the camp through the main gate.

70 years ago, Soviet soldiers liberated the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. Photos, provided by the United States Holocaust Museum, are a powerful reminder of this human tragedy.

Shortly after the German annexation of Austria, Nazi Storm Troopers stand guard outside a Jewish-owned business.

In Vienna, Austria of Shortly after the German annexation of Austria, Nazi Storm Troopers stand guard outside a Jewish-owned business. Graffiti painted on the window states: "You Jewish pig may your hands rot off!

Ovici family

8 Unusual Show Business Families - show business, entertainers, family

The Ovitz family, Jewish entertainers from Hungary who survived the cruel depradations of Dr.

The remains of the church in which 247 women and 205 children were trapped and killed by the Nazis. The middle window behind the altar is the one through which the only survivor Marguerite Rouffanche escaped

Could SS murderers finally face justice? Germany launches fresh investigation of notorious Nazi massacre which saw 642 French villagers slaughtered in one day

ORADUR SUR GLANE the remains of the church in which 247 women and 205 children were trapped and killed by the Nazis. The middle window behind the altar is the one through which the only survivor Marguerite Rouffanche escaped

Austria, A Jewish-owned store destroyed by the Nazis before the Anschluss.

Austria, A Jewish-owned store destroyed by the Nazis before the Anschluss.

Nov 10, 1938, known as Kristallnacht, when Jewish temples were destroyed by the Nazi's.

[Photo] Prayer books scattered on the floor of the choir loft in the Zerrennerstraße synagogue in Pforzheim, Germany, circa Nov photo 1 of 2

Munster, Germany, a shattered display window of a Jewish store, after Kristallnacht.

Munster, Germany, a shattered display window of a Jewish store, after Kristallnacht.

A passport issued to eleven-year-old Gertrud Levy (the donor), a German-Jewish refugee child, before her departure from Germany on a Kindertransport to England.

History: Passport issued to Gertrud Gerda Levy, who left Germany in August 1939 on a Children's Transport (Kindertransport) to Great Britain. Berlin, Germany, August — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Prisoner who was still alive was rescued by American soldiers.

The "Death Train" was a transport train that arrived at Dachau on April 1945 after a 20 day trip, bringing prisoners from the Buchenwal.

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