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On November German authorities banned Jewish children from attending German public schools. This photograph shows a Jewish high school class, including a young Henry Kissinger (front row, left) in Fuerth, Germany, 1938 Jewish History, World History, World War Ii, Henry Kissinger, Young Henrys, Interesting History, Historical Photos, Old Photos, American History

Victories have many father, catastrophes are orphans.

lostsplendor: “ “On November 15, 1938, German authorities banned Jewish children from attending German public schools. This photograph shows a Jewish high school class, including a young Henry...

German civilians being forced to bury the dead of the concentration camp at Gardelegen Location:Gardelegen, Germany Date taken:April 1945 Photographer:William Vandivert (This scene is very nicely depicted in the mini-series Band of Brothers. Magnum, Lest We Forget, History Photos, World History, Military History, World War Two, Historical Photos, Wwii, Germany

German civilians being forced to bury the dead of the concentration camp at Gardelegen Location:Gardelegen, Germany Date taken:April 1945 Photographer:William Vandivert

Wilhelm Hosenfeld May 1895 – 13 August was a German Army officer who rose to the rank of Hauptmann by the end of the war. He helped to hide or rescue several Poles, including Jews, in Nazi-occupied Poland. He died in Soviet captivity. World History, World War Ii, Indira Ghandi, German Army, Interesting History, Military History, Historical Photos, Wwii, Germany

Wilhelm Hosenfeld was a German Army officer who helped Polish Jews escape the death camps... incl the famous pianist depicted in the movie "The Pianist" with Adrian Brody. He was later captured by the Russians and died in captivity several yrs after the war.

World War II - German refugees lie dead after they were caught in the open during an air raid. Civilian casualties rose steadily in Germany as the Allies expanded their use of air power against cities. Germany Ww2, Man Of War, Air Raid, Photos, Pictures, World War Two, Wwii, Military, In This Moment

German refugees lie dead after they were caught in the open during an air raid. Civilian casualties rose steadily in Germany as the Allies expanded their use of air power against cities. Postwar, many German historians raised the question of war crimes because of this air war, a question that remains current.

William Vandivert, American GI’s relaxing at Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat, Germany, June Canadian Soldiers, Germany Ww2, Horror, Magnum, Lest We Forget, What The World, D Day, American Revolution, War Machine

Days Gone By

William Vandivert, American GI’s relaxing at Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat, Germany, June 1945.

Sadism: The transcripts reveal how ordinary German soldiers revelled in massacres during the Second World War. Here a soldier poses next to serbian civilians shot dead in Yugoslavia Prisoners Of War, The Third Reich, Lest We Forget, World War Ii, Wwii, Crime, Uk News, Mail Online, Daily Mail

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German and Italian High Command in Munich, Germany, at the signing of the Munich Agreement in In the bottom row, from left to right, are: Hermann Goering (Reichsmarschall of the. Dresden, Munich Agreement, Germany Ww2, Munich Germany, Appeasement, Neuschwanstein, The Third Reich, Best Funny Videos, Ancient History

A World At War

worldwar-two: “German and Italian High Command in Munich, Germany, at the signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938. In the bottom row, from left to right, are: Hermann Goering (Reichsmarschall of the...

The unceasing anti-Semitism of Der Stürmer newspaper run by radical anti-Semite Julius Streicher. Under a sign saying "With the Stürmer against the Jews" is a page display beneath the Nazi slogan "The Jews are our misfortune. Julius Streicher, Worms, Nazi Propaganda, Jewish History, Modern History, Thing 1, The Third Reich, Our President, What Is Life About

Triumph of Hitler: The Nuremberg Laws

September 15, 1935 - The Nuremberg Race Laws

My grandmothers synagogue - Neue Synagoge (New Synagogue) in Essen, Germany. Now the Alte Synagoge (Old Synagogue). It's destruction - Kristallnacht November Miraculously the exterior survived. Germany Ww2, Pearl Harbor Attack, Never Again, The Third Reich, Lest We Forget, World War Ii, Definitions, Wwii, Broken Glass

A complete and detailed definition of the Holocaust

a comprehensive definition of the Holocaust with its 4 components --Shaoh (Jewish Holocaust), Porrajmos (Romani Holocaust), T4 Holocaust, and Gay Holocaust

A handful of survivors from the 150 refugees who left Lodz in Poland two months earlier headed for Berlin, 1945 Refugee Crisis, Interesting History, World History, World War Two, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Wwii, Germany, Poland

Ethnic German survivors of the death march from the Polish city of Lodz arrive in Berlin, Dec 14, 1945. These are the only survivors of a group of 150.

The spoils of victory. Russian soldiers sexually harass a German woman in Leipzig, Germany, August Historians estimate that Soviet soldiers raped up to 2 million German women during the Red Army's invasion and military occupation of German territory German Women, German Girls, Man Of War, Maria Callas, Army Soldier, Red Army, Soviet Union, Soviet Army, Women In History

Red Army soldiers harass a woman in 1946 after the victory of WWII. The majority of German females were harassed and raped. (Lebendiges Museum Leipzig, Germany)

 Edith Stein d. Theresa Benedicta of the Cross. A colleague of Husserl and Heidegger who later converted to Catholicism and became a Carmelite nun. She was arrested by the Nazis and executed in Auschwitz. A martyr to the faith. Catholic Saints, Roman Catholic, Ignatius Of Antioch, Edith Stein, Reunification, Germany Ww2, Christian Religions, Santa Teresa, Women In History

St. Edith Stein d. 1942 St. Theresa Benedicta of the Cross. Philosopher. A colleague of Husserl and Heidegger who later converted to Catholicism and became a Carmelite nun. She was arrested by the Nazis and executed in Auschwitz. A martyr to the faith.

24 March Jews in Kitzingen being led to the train station. Jews from Würzburg were among those deported. Kitzingen Germany, Germany Ww2, Jewish Men, Fact Of The Day, History Facts, World War Two, Social Justice, First World, Wwii

The Jews of Würzburg 1939 – 1943 - Würzburg During the Holocaust - The Story of the Jewish Community in Würzburg

24 March 1942, Jews in Kitzingen being led to the train station. Jews from Würzburg were among those deported.