RM2A25YDM–A collection of items belonging to holocaust victims including yellow stars and gold fillings.
RME0KP78–Boy in street with hands up during the Holocaust
RMBXWJ0C–Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum Jerusalem Israel
RMEMXTEK–This outdoor bronze sculpture by Israeli sculptor David Palombo honors Holocaust victims at the Yad Vashem living remembrance memorial in Jerusalem, Israel.Yad Vashem was established in 1953 as the world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust. Its history and art museums and other exhibit areas are open without charge to visitors. Yad Vashem is the second most-visited Israeli tourist site after the Western Wall. The impressive complex is located on the western slope of Mount Herzl and run by Israel's Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority
RMCWA6A5–NORDHAUSEN, GERMNAY--Row upon row of starved emaciated bodies fill the yard of Lager Nordhausen, much-bombed German
RMFF8Y61–WWII: HOLOCAUST PICTURES. /nDrawings by Jewish children while at Terezin ghetto. Both later died at Auschwitz concentration camp.
RMHH4G4D–The devastation that a single shell could wreak is bleakly summarised in this drawing by Frank Dadd, entitled “Wiped out by a single shell: a holocaust of horses in the danger zone.” The image was reproduced in The Graphic in June 1917, accompanied by thi
RMCPHYAG–Holocaust in Nazi Germany
RMBDP6MR–BLUE HOLOCAUST film
RMCYPRNE–German Soldiers Capturing Jews in Warsaw, Poland, 1940
RMTXGFDH–World war two holocaust: Jews from Vinnitsa, Ukraine executed by an unknown Einsatzgruppen D solider, 1941.
RMCREBXF–Jewish Holocaust. Nazism. 20th century. Jutta Grybski history. Jewish Museum Berlin. Germany.
RMGARDGF–Prisoners – 1940 Felix Nussbaum 1904 – 1944 Auschwitz,German Jewish painter Nazi Germany Jewish surrealist painter. Nussbaum’s artwork gives a rare glimpse into the essence of one individual among the victims of the Holocaust.
RMKTXG7T–WW2 Head of the SS Heinrich Himmler (right), one of the chief architects of the Holocaust, speaks with an unidentified officer in Warsaw after German invasion of Poland, 1939 .REICHSFÜHRER HEINRICH HIMMLER Heinrich Luitpold Himmler (7 October 1900 – 23 May 1945) was Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel (SS), a military commander, and a leading member of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) of Nazi Germany.
RM2A25YDN–A collection of items belonging to holocaust victims including yellow stars and gold fillings.
RME10K8R–Mar. 24, 1973 - Author and Holocaust survivor, Martin Gray and his new wife Bernadette are pictured on their property in Tanneron, close to Nice. He remarried after his wife and four children were killed in a forest fire two years before.
RMD4394E–Starved jewish prisoners stand together at the Ebensee Concentration Camp after liberation by the US Army 80th Division May 7, 1945 in Ebensee, Austria.
RMKWC2Y0–President Barack Obama tours the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. April 23, 2012. With him are Sara Bloomfield, museum director, and Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Holocaust survivor. (BSLOC 2015 13 144)
RMFFY50T–HOLOCAUST I.D. CARD. /nPhoto identification card with the official stamps of the Krakow labor office, that was issued to the Polish Jew, Cyrla Rosenzweig, 1941. Cyrla survived as one of those saved by Oskar Schindler.
RMD7BEPA–Visiting the Holocaust History Museum at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem
RMBNHW99–World War II Chelmno extermination camp Holocaust Germany September 1942 history historical historic prisoners prisoner Nazi
RMKFWJAB–HOLOCAUST 1978 Tiitus Productions American TV mini series with Meryl Streep
RMCE56KB–Hall of Names Jewish People memorial to each Jew who perished in the Holocaust in Yad Vashem History Museum in Jerusalem Israel
RMTXGFJC–Holocaust; World war two: Warsaw Jews at gunpoint. SS troops look on. Warsaw Ghetto 1943.
RMBX0NX9–View of the Holocaust Memorial in winter with snow in Berlin, Germany
RMF0R418–Miami, Holocaust memorial
RMK076FR–AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU HOLOCAUST PRISONERS ARRIVAL- A stark vision of a hell on earth. 1944, Nazis 'grading' (life or peremptory death) unsuspecting recently arrived adults and children on rail concourse, outside entrance to Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination death camp. The infamous Auschwitz camp was started by order of Adolf Hitler in 1940's during the occupation of Poland by Nazi Germany during World War 2, further enabled by Heinrich Luitpold Himmler the Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel, and leading member of the Nazi Party of Germany
RMBAJA9D–Israel, Jerusalem, Yad Vashem, display of Holocaust victims
RMB28FX3–The memorial to the murdered jews of Europe Holocaust Memorial Berlin Germany Designed by Peter Eisenmann
RMBB6YXW–Berlin Germany Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe aka Holocaust Memorial Fernsehturm TV tower in background
RMF754BH–The Museum of Tolerance features Holocaust memorials and is part of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, California, USA. This stark exhibit of concentration and extermination camps like Auschwitz-Birkenau helps portray the genocide of some six million Jews who were victims of mass murder during the German Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler from 1941 to 1945.
RMB5GW4Y–Holocaust Denkmal Berlin Germany
RMF7NMA7–Holocaust; World war two: Warsaw Jews at gunpoint. SS troops look on. Warsaw Ghetto 1943.
RME9N20X–The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (German: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas), also known as the Holocaust Memo
RMP1X9R1–michael moriarty, holocaust, 1978
RMD4394C–Jewish slave laborers stacked in their bunks at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp after liberation by the US Army 80th Division April 16, 1945 in Jena, Germany.
RMC5T70N–United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington DC
RME1K9NF–Berlin holocaust memorial
RMD7BHKM–Holocaust monument at Radegast train station, Poland, from where Jews were transported to death camps during the Holocaust
RMBNHW4J–World War II Dachau concentration camp Holocaust Germany April 1945 history historical historic prisoners prisoner Nazi German
RMBMN7E4–ANNE FRANK (1929-1945) Jewish victim of the Holocaust whose diary is one of the world's most read books
RMF4EJHK–USA, Florida, Miami Beach, Holocaust Memorial, arm sculpture.
RMEX3AFC–Detail of the list of Jews murdered in the Holocaust, memorial site of the Pinkas Synagogue, Prague, Czech Republic
RMCWANDP–Oskar Schindler visits Tel Aviv, Israel, early 1960s. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMF7AGGD–Holocaust Berlin memorial
RMMX2YJJ–1940's Holocaust WW2 Auschwitz -Birkenau Nazi Germany Concentration Camp. Cell Block interior with women prisoners incarcerated imprisoned held in freezing cramped degrading inhuman conditions This stark grim emotionless scene greeted their liberators in 1945. More than 1.1 million people died at Auschwitz, including nearly one million Jews. Those who were not sent directly to gas chambers were sentenced to forced labor. The Auschwitz camp complex was essential to carrying out the Nazi plan for the 'Final Solution.' Auschwitz left its mark as one of the most infamous camps of World War II
RMBAJA9N–Israel Jerusalem Yad Vashem Hall of Names,volumes of Holocaust victims
RMA2DC1N–Sculpture depicting the twisted bodies of concentration camp victims remembering Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich, Germany
RMBB6YYB–Berlin Germany Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe aka Holocaust Memorial
RMAABK5A–Slabs of Berlin Holocaust Memorial
RMA0KGX7–Holocaust Denkmal, Berlin, Germany
RMF7NKCJ–World war two holocaust: Jews from Vinnitsa, Ukraine executed by an unknown Einsatzgruppen D solider, 1941.
RFBAW2RN–Holocaust monument in Berlin
RMACP7J6–Holocaust Memorial / Berlin
RFAW3K84–Daily Mail edition of 2005 commemorating the Holocaust
RMA3CMW6–A Holocaust memorial in Budapest, Hungary
RME1K5KA–Holocaust memorial in Mauthausen.
RMD7BHKC–Holocaust monument at Radegast train station near Lodz, Poland, from where Jews were transported to death camps
RMBNHW8N–Warsaw Ghetto World War II Holocaust Poland 1941 history historical historic Nazi German Second World War WW2 victim victims
RMBNN0ED–ADOLF EICHMANN (1906-1962) German Nazi officer responsible for logistics of the Holocaust in eastern Europe at his trial
RMF4EJHJ–USA, Florida, Miami Beach, Holocaust Memorial, arm sculpture.
RMB4C8AW–East Europe Poland West Mazovia Lodz Radegast Station Holocaust Memorial
RMCWAYBM–Concentration camp prisoners, ca. 1944
RMA4AAA2–Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
RMK0766R–LODZ JEWISH GHETTO Men Women and Children stare at the Nazi photographers camera in apprehension, wearing Nazi designated 'Star of David' yellow stars to denote Jewish people, in the infamous Polish Lodz Ghetto Poland. Most were taken to Nazi concentration camps to fulfil Hitler's 'final solution'. Facilitated by the infamous war criminal Heinrich Himmler.
RMBED5B3–The Holocaust Memorial, near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, commemorating all the Jews who died at the hands of the Nazi regime
RMAFGYGD–MR Couple at the holocaust memorial in Berlin
RMBB7000–Berlin. Germany. Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe aka Holocaust Memorial.
RMAABK3C–Concrete slabs of Berlin Holocaust Memorial
RMAGR99E–California, San Francisco, Holocaust Memorial, George Segal, 1984
RMF7NMP9–World war two: Holocaust survivor drinking from a metal bowl in front of barracks at Buchenwald concentration camp.
RMAWXF22–Janusz Korczak sculpture in Yad Vashem memorial museum for holocaust Jews victims in Jerusalem Israel
RMMTMC13–Buchenwald Concentration Camp on April 16, 1945. Elie Wiesel, who later received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986, is the 7th person from the left on the 2nd row from the bottom.
RMH5XT4T–IBM and the Holocaust by Edwin Black
RFE6DMBE–View looking up of blocks at Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe) in Berlin Germany
RME1KFBR–Holocaust day at the Paris Holocaust memorial
RMA46T25–leon greenman a holocaust survivor at the jewish museum of london
RMAEA6YW–Berlin Holocaust memorial vast Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe germany dimension
RM2E41MB1–REINHARD HEYDRICH (1904-1942) German SS officer and a main architect of the Holocaust in a 1940 photo.
RMF4EJHY–USA, Florida, Miami Beach, Holocaust Memorial, with stained glass replica of Jude patch worn by European Jews under the Nazi regime in WW2.
RMCYPR5P–Germans Forced to Witness Concentration Camp Bodies, 1945
RMCWAYBF–The destruction of the Warsaw ghetto by the German Army, 1943
RMW2CFJF–USA, Florida, Miami Beach, Holocaust Memorial, arm sculpture
RMADD66E–Majdanek Concentration Camp in Poland Holocaust memorial sculpture of mother and child
RMBED4AH–The Holocaust Memorial, near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, commemorating all the Jews who died at the hands of the Nazi regime
RM2B3DAXY–Youth walking through Holocaust Memorial, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Berlin, Germany
RM2A5YX48–Birkenau Extermination Camp - Oswiecim, Poland, World war Two 1944
RMA6NNYG–Berlin Holocaust Memorial in evening light
RM2A25YE7–Photograph of a young emaciated Holocaust survivor. The Holocaust, also referred to as the Shoah, was a genocide during the Second World War in which some six million European Jews were murdered.
RMAP9P83–Books burned by the Nazis at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum, Jerusalem
RMBEFWKA–'The Hand,' bronze sculpture of agonized victims, part of Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach.
RMA8DWP3–Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
RMA0EGXY–Detail of George Segal's - 'The Holocaust' memorial sculpture located at Lincoln Park, San Francisco, California USA
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