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The Brink of Oblivion: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939-1940

REMEMBER THIS LADY!!!    Irena Sendler    Look at this lady - Let us never forget!  She and her 'fellow employees' smuggled babies in their tool boxes, older children in sacks and boxes on their trucks. They often sedated the children so they would be quiet but she is said to have used a dog on one of her trucks who would bark menacingly whan soldiers would approach to inspect it. The soldiers had no desire to get close to the dog and left the interior of the truck unsearched.

Irena Sendler Died 12 May 2008 (age Warsaw, Poland During WWII, Irena, got permission to work in the Warsaw ghetto, as a Plumbing/Sewer specialist. Irena smuggled infants out in the bottom of the tool box she carried.

Fighter Pilot Jerry Yellin and Nurse Gloria Bullard, U.S. Navy, World War ll | 19 Heartwarming Photographs Of U.S. Veterans, Then And Now

Pilot Jerry Yellin and Nurse Gloria Bullard, World War ll - 19 Heartwarming Photographs Of U. Veterans, Then & Now

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Christ is Deeper Still

Corrie Ten Boom: Corrie Ten Boom is a glowing example. During World War II Corrie and her family rescued Jews from slaughter by hiding them in their house. The Ten Booms were betrayed, caught, and .

Nazi photographer Hugo Jaeger took a portfolio of pictures in the Warsaw and Kutno ghettos. We cannot be sure whether his motive was callousness, compassion, or mere curiosity. In a vivid and sad image, this beautiful young woman was caught in a moment of time amidst the horror. Her name and fate are unknown.

Images from Nazi Controlled Poland in 1940 by Hitler's personal photographer Hugo Jaeger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesUnidentified woman, Kutno, Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939

Warsaw, World War II | The Brink of Oblivion: Inside Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939-1940 | LIFE.com. A peddlar in Warsaw, 1940 by Hugo Jaeger who was using color photography.

The Brink of Oblivion: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939-1940

Hugo Jaeger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesA peddler in Warsaw, Nazi-occupied Poland, 1940

Unknown woman starving, lying in the street of the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland 1941

"Eyes of despair":A woman lying on the pavement in the Warsaw ghetto, starving to death. Taken by a a German soldier called Heinz Joest, in Poland, 1941

Newly liberated Jewish women at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp are given clean clothing after showering and being deloused. Ita Deutsch (right) helps her frail sister Friedel Deutsch (left) into a new, clean dress.... Although Friedel lived to see the camp liberated, she died in the camp of typhus a few days after this photograph was taken. Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Near Celle, Lower Saxony, Germany. 18 April 1945.

Sisters Ita Hoffman–Deutsch and Friedel Deutsch shortly after liberation. Friedel died of typhus a few days later. Bergen-Belsen camp, Germany, April 1945 From right to left: Second: Ita Deutsch - Hoffman Third: Friedel Deutsch

Warsaw, Poland, A starving child in a ghetto street, 1941. 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 starving child in a ghetto street, One of the photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George in the summer of

jews in the warsaw ghetto

Warsaw, German occupied Poland, Jews dressed in rags. Taken by the German photographer Willi George 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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Did Oskar Schindler save 1,200 Jews from “certain death?”

Maria Mandl was one of the head guards at Auschwitz, despite her gender, and was known for her cruelty, which aptly earned her the nickname, The Beast. It’s supposed she had her hand in up to half a million deaths. While she was unable to climb the ladder in her field to the very top as a woman, she had absolute control over all the female prisoners and the rest of the female employees.

Maria Mandel after her arrest by US troops in Top ranking official at Aushwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camp responsible for deaths of over female prisoners.

A Warsaw ghetto resident gives money to two children on a Warsaw ghetto street. Warsaw, Poland, between October 1940 and April 1943.

A Warsaw ghetto resident gives money to two destitute and starving children on a Warsaw ghetto street. Warsaw, Poland, between October 1940 and April

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