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Forbidden Photographs of the Warsaw Ghetto (19)

An elderly Jewish man is photographed on the sidewalk of the Warsaw Ghetto. Construction of the ghetto wall began on 1 April It was officially established on 16 October All Jews in the.

Women prepare food outdoors in the Theresienstadt ghetto. Theresienstadt, between 1941 and 1945.

Women prepare food outdoors in the Theresienstadt ghetto. Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, between 1941 and

Close-up portrait of a Jewish woman with a badge and a broad smile in the Lodz ghetto.  Pictured is Henia Gorset, a member of Hanoar Hatzioni

Close-up portrait of a Jewish woman with a badge and a broad smile in the Lodz ghetto. Pictured is HENIA GORSET, a member of Hanoar Hatzioni

Flea market in post-invasion Warsaw Ghetto, 1940.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

WWII-Flea market in post-invasion Warsaw Ghetto, [German invasion of Poland] Hugo Jaeger/ LIFE/Getty] qw

A Jewish man evacuating a dead body in a Polish ghetto in front of Jewish policemen. Many died every day in the ghetto from starvation, disease, beatings etc.

Ajzyk and Jakob Wierzbicki have been identified in this photo taken on 5/10/41 in the Warsaw Ghetto

Ajzyk and Jakob Wierzbicki look over the Warsaw ghetto wall on Krochmalna Street near Mirowski Square Warsaw, Poland, October 1941 - Anonymous No Longer.

Entrance to the ghetto from the Aryan side. Yad Vashem Photo Archives FA 109/13

A view of an entrance to the Warsaw ghetto from the Aryan side. The photo was taken by a German soldier.

Warsaw, Poland, Chairman of the occpationa​l education committee, and Ort administra​tor, Jaszunski.                                        ...

Warsaw, Poland, Chairman of the occpationa​l education committee, and Ort administra​tor, Jaszunski.

Daily life: An aerial view of the Kutno Ghetto which was set up on the grounds of a sugar factory

Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland

Haunting color photos made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and

Warsaw, Poland, A Jewish woman sitting with a girl on the sidewalk in the ghetto.  Neither survived

JUL 23 1942 The ‘Gross Aktion’ begins in the Warsaw Ghetto Polen, Ghetto Warschau, Straßenszene

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