Livros considerados "não-alemães", queimados pelos nazistas na"<i>Opernplatz</i> (Praça da Ópera). Berlim, Alemanha. 10 de maio de 1933.
Warsaw, Poland, A boy dressed in rags in the ghetto. Too haunting not to pin it. My heart breaks.
Josef Rudolf Mengele, known as the Angel of Death, was a German SS officer and a physician in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Berlin, Germany, The Schewnenvietel neighborhood in which Jews from the eastern Europe resided.
Destruction of the Dortmund synagogue during Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"). Germany, November 1938.
Hermine Braunsteiner, at Majdanek, selected women and children for execution, and whipped/stamped women to death. Nazi-hunters tracked her to USA. At her 1975 trial in Germany, a witness told how she “seized children by their hair and threw them on trucks heading to the gas chambers.” She directly murdered 80 people, abetted the murder of 102 children, and collaborated in the murder of 1,000 people. She was released in 1996 for health reasons. She died in 1999.
Families and friends of Jewish victims killed in the Budapest ghetto search for the exhumed corpses of friends and relatives. Budapest, Hungary, January, 1945.
An Offensive Piece of Advise
Daily life in the Warsaw ghetto. Photograph taken in 1941 by nurse Helmy Spethmann, who served as a nurse in Warsaw.
1941-1943, Polônia --- Mulheres nuas e as crianças estão na fila para as câmaras de gás no campo de concentração de Treblinka, perto de Varsóvia, na Polônia.