Deportation jüdischer Kinder aus Lodsch ins Vernichtungslager Kulmhof
After the war, thousands of Jewish children ended up in orphanages all over Europe as a result of the Holocaust. The toddlers in this children's home in Etterbeek, Belgium, survived in hiding, but their parents had been deported to Auschwitz.
Ein türkischer Beamter erniedrigt hungernde Kinder indem er ihnen ein Stück Brot zeigt…
A Jewish man selling potatoes in the ghetto market. The Warsaw Ghetto. The picture is the courtesy of Yad Vashem.
Bodies of German soldiers killed during brutal hand-to-hand fighting with troops of the Soviet 1st Ukrainian Front, Breslau, 1945.
French Resistance member Georges Blind smiling in front of a German execution squad. October 1944. It was a mock execution intended to make him talk. Georges never did. He was forwarded to a concentration camp, where he was selected for termination on arrival, dying some time in late November 1944.
Masacre de Nemmersdorf
A new book of photographs depicts Berlin immediately after World War II. Even in the ruined city, there were signs of life. Here, a woman waters her balcony garden, a matter of survival in the starving city.
Jews captured by the SS during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising are marched to the Umschlagplatz for deportation. The original German caption reads: "How the former Jewish residential quarter looks after its destruction."