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A Jew who was forced by SS men to immerse himself in a vat of water in the middle of the street. The photograph was taken from a German soldier who was killled.

A Jewish man who was forced by SS men to immerse himself in a vat of water in the middle of the street. The photograph was taken from a German soldier who was killled.

The 89th Infantry Division in World War II was the first unit to actually come upon a Nazi concentration camp. The discovery of the Ohrdruf camp, by the 89th Infantry Division, is memorialized in the Holocaust Museum located in Washington, DC. Ohrdruf was a work camp, not an extermination camp, but the difference is difficult to discern. Prisoners were literally worked to death and disposed of by burning in incinerators, which was the most "cost-effective method".

Infantry Division of World War II: Ohrdruf/Reimahg

Des mineurs belges en 1900

[Mystère #25] Des mineurs belges en 1900

Coal miners crammed into a coal mine elevator, coming up after a day of work. They aren't even standing up. (My father-in-law was a coal miner for many years.

Farsleben 13 April 1945: American troops freed nearly 2,700 prisoners from Bergen-Belsen. In early April the SS had evacuated part of the camp in the face with the onslaught of British troops. George C. Gross

Liberated prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen camp wear broad smiles and salute for a US Army field photographer.

Le 16 juillet 1942, organisée par la police française, la Rafle du Vel d'Hiver au vélodrome de France où au moins 12 884 hommes, femmes et enfants juifs furent rassemblés avant d'être déporté dans un camp de la mort. Ni oui, Ni pardon !

Jewish children waiting with their parents to be deported to the Westerbork transit camp. 25 or 26 May Heart breaking.

D-Day Savages from the Sky

An AWESOME Mans Life Paratroopers applying war paint Before being dropped into Normandy.

A crowd of Lithuanians and German soldiers admire the handiwork of Lithuanian "Jew cleansers" outside the Lietukis garage in Kaunas, June 26, 1941. One of the spectators gets a drink of water in the background by using the hose that is being used to wash the blood of the victims from the pavement. Depravity and bestiality at their darkest selves.

A crowd of Lithuanians and German soldiers admire the handiwork of Lithuanian "Jew cleansers" outside the Lietukis garage in Kaunas, June

Warsaw, Poland, A boy in a ghetto street.  One of the photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George over the course of a single day in the summer of 1941. The photographs are unique in that they were not staged, but showed the ghetto as it truly was.

Warsaw, Poland, A boy in a ghetto street. One of the photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George over the course of a single day in the summer of The photographs are unique in that they were not staged, but showed the ghetto as it truly was.

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