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A survivor in Woebbelin prepares to board an American truck evacuating persons in need of medical attention.

A survivor in Woebbelin prepares to board an American truck evacuating persons in need of medical attention.

Close-up portrait of a survivor in Gusen shortly after the liberation of the camp.

Close-up portrait of a survivor in Gusen shortly after the liberation of the…

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, APRIL 1945. A young woman photographed two days after the British entered the camp; her face still bearing the scars of a terrible beating by the SS guards.

A young woman photographed two days after the British entered Stalag near Fallingbostel, the first POW camp to be liberated; her face still bearing the scars of a beating by the SS guards. Yet despite her injuries and pain she still smiles.

Forget wheelchairs--Israeli hospitals are wheeling young patients to surgery in pedal cars to alleviate the patients' anxiety.

Israeli hospital wheels kids to surgery in pedal cars - Israeli doctors at Schneider Children's Medical Center (Petach Tikva - Israel) have replaced hospital beds with pedal cars for their youngest patients headed to surgery.

Dr. Alfred Trebinski (1902-46) was camp doctor in Ausschwitz in 1941, then in Majdanek Concentration Camp. In 1943 he became chief medical officer at Neuengamme. He was also involved through setting up the special Heißmeyer department in the medical experiments. Alfred Trzebinski was involved in the murder of the children.

The Children of Bullenhuser Damm association — The perpetrators

Stutthof, Germany, Himmler conversing with the camp commandant, SS Sturmbannfuehrer Pauly, next to his car.

Stutthof, Germany, Himmler conversing with the camp commandant, SS Sturmbannfuehrer Pauly, next to his car.

Execution of SS Haupscharfuehrer Hans Spatzenegger, director of the Mauthausen quarries, at Landsberg prison

Execution of SS Haupscharfuehrer Hans Spatzenegger, director of the Mauthausen quarries, at Landsberg prison

The History Place - World War II in Europe Timeline: June 1941 - Nazi SS Einsatzgruppen begin mass murder

In June Nazi mobile killing squads, known as Einsatzgruppen, were…

Iconic Ground Zero picture was nearly axed from 9/11 museum because it was too 'rah-rah' American 7/28/13 {sarcasm}well, of course Americans can't show their patriotism it's not politically correct!

Iconic Ground Zero picture was nearly axed from 9/11 museum because it was too 'rah-rah' American

Thomas E. Franklin (born is an American photographer for The Bergen Record, best known for his photograph Raising the Flag at Ground Zero, which depicts firefighters raising the American flag at the World Trade Center after the September 2001 attacks.

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