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The work camp in Poniatowa.

The work camp in Poniatowa.

Kovno, Lithuania, German soldiers shooting three citizens on the edge of a pit…

Kovno, Lithuania, German soldiers shooting three citizens on the edge of a pit…

Prisoners from Buchenwald awaiting execution in the forest near the camp.

Prisoners from Buchenwald awaiting execution in the forest near the camp.

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

Warsaw, Poland, A beggar sitting in a ghetto street, 1940-1943. Did not survive

Warsaw, Poland, A beggar sitting in a ghetto street, 1940-1943. Did not survive

Kobieta ma być wykonany w Bełżcu. Żołnierz po lewej stronie jest strażnik SS, żołnierze w tle są ukraińscy strażnicy.

Kobieta ma być wykonany w Bełżcu. Żołnierz po lewej stronie jest strażnik SS, żołnierze w tle są ukraińscy strażnicy.

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 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 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 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.