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The corpses of prisoners killed just prior to the evacuation of Auschwitz-Birkenau tumble out of a shed into the snow, immediately following the liberation.

The corpses of prisoners killed just prior to the evacuation of Auschwitz-Birkenau tumble out of a shed into the snow when it is opened after the liberation.

Warsaw, Poland, Deportation of Jews.

Warsaw, Poland, Deportation of Jews.

Calarasi, Romania, Jews getting off the Jassy deportation train.

Calarasi, Romania, Jews getting off the Jassy deportation train.

Poland, Three Jews who were hanged because they were Jews

Poland, Three Jews who were hanged because they were Jews

July 23, 1942, deportation of Jews from Dobsina, Slovakia, to Auschwitz. In total, about 100,000 Slovak Jews (including those who fled before the war) were murdered in the Holocaust. Approximately 25-35,000 survived, including 4,000-5,000 who hid with the partisans or in cities and towns. After the war, most Slovak Jews immigrated to Israel.

July deportation of Jews from Dobsina, Slovakia, to Auschwitz. In total, about Slovak Jews (including those who fled before the war) were murdered in the Holocaust.

July 23, 1942, deportation of Jews from Dobsina, Slovakia, to Auschwitz. In total, about 100,000 Slovak Jews (including those who fled before the war) were murdered in the Holocaust. Approximately 25-35,000 survived, including 4,000-5,000 who hid with the partisans or in cities and towns. After the war, most Slovak Jews immigrated to Israel.

July deportation of Jews from Dobsina, Slovakia, to Auschwitz. In total, about Slovak Jews (including those who fled before the war) were murdered in the Holocaust.

Cracow, Poland, Local Jews being deported to the ghetto.

Cracow, Poland, Local Jews being deported to the ghetto.

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Holodomor - Buscar con Google

The term Holodomor refers specifically to the brutal artificial famine imposed by Stalin's regime on Soviet Ukraine and primarily ethnically Ukrainian areas in the Northern Caucasus in "Kill by starvation" is what the work itself means.

July 6, 1946, Jews fleeing the city of Kielce, Poland, two days after the pogrom perpetrated against the Jewish community. 42 Jews were murdered, and as many as 80 others were wounded during the pogrom. On July 6, many of the wounded, along with other members of the Jewish community, were evacuated by train and brought to the city of Lodz. After the pogrom in Kielce, many of the Holocaust survivors have left the country.

Survivors of the Kielce pogrom await their transfer out of Poland – Kielce, Poland, summer of 1946 On July a brutal pogrom was perpetrated in the town of Kielce, Poland. The local population feared that the few Jews who had survived the Holoca