Four Polish insurgents of the Polish Home Army who were captured by Germans after the failed Warsaw Uprising are photographed through barbed wire at Stalag VI-C POW camp after their liberation. April, 1945.
Female Polish fighter of the Warsaw Uprising, march into German captivity after the uprising was crushed by the Waffen SS. Most of these defiant women perished in death camps, their status as low as that of Soviet POWs.
Hans Speidel (1897-1984) was a German World War II and postwar general. He was appalled by Nazi racial policies and was a key conspirator in the 1944 plot to kill Hitler. He was the only one of the inner circle not to die by execution or suicide. He was involved in the development and creation of the postwar Bundeswehr, and was named Commander-in-Chief of NATO ground forces in Central Europe in 1957, a command he held until his retirement in 1963. This image is dated 1972, but was taken in…
:: Yitzhak Zuckerman (Antek), One of the organizers of the Warsaw ghetto uprising:: and a founder of my workplace, the Ghetto Fighters' House archives and museum of Holocaust and Jewish Resistance heritage.
Jerzy Tomaszewski, Warsaw Uprising: Soldiers from the “Radosław Regiment” after several hours marching through sewers from Krasinski Square to Warecka Street in the Srodmiesce district, early morning on September
Poland, A portrait of Yitzhak Antek Zuckerman, one of the leaders of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.