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The few lucky ones: A Jewish woman and her daughter after their release from a German slave labor camp. They worked at an ammunition plant.

Among the few lucky ones, a Czech Jewish woman and her daughter after their release from a German slave labor camp at Kaunitz where they worked at an ammunition plant, liberated by the U. Army, photographed by Fred Ramage.

Prewar portrait of two Belgian Jewish sisters who later were killed in Auschwitz. Linked is the story of their two sisters' survival in hiding at a convent.

Photo Archives: These two sisters, Tauba and Catherina Frydland, lives came to an end at Auschwitz but their story survives.

An elderly Jewish woman stands on the loading ramp at Auschwitz Concentration Camp near Oswiecim, Poland, 1943/1944. Photo: Deutsche Fotothek / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

WW II: An elderly Jewish woman stands on the loading ramp at Auschwitz Concentration Camp near Oswiecim, Poland, Photo: Deutsche Fotothek / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

Children in Theresienstadt - Established in 1941, Theresienstadt concentration camp, also referred to as Theresienstadt Ghetto, was established by the SS in the fortress and garrison city of Terezín, located in what is now the Czech Republic. Tens of thousands of children were held there for months or years, before being sent by rail transports to their deaths at Treblinka and Auschwitz extermination camps in occupied Poland, as well as to smaller camps elsewhere.

CAVEAT: This image is a publicity still from the current play "Terezin: Children of the Holocaust", by Anna Smulowitz. It is not a genuine wartime picture.

Russell Lee - "Sunday Best, Southside Chicago Boys" (11x14) - BAW60006

Russell Lee - "Sunday Best, Southside Chicago Boys" (11x14) - BAW60006

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Two Sephardic Jewish women from Morocco in Nazi-occupied Paris prior to the mass arrests throughout the Jewish community by the French police on July

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Women Heroes of WWII: Maria von Maltzan: The German Countess Who Hid Jews

The History Girls: Maria von Maltzan - a German resistance heroine, by Leslie Wilson. "Women Heroes of World War II" by Kathryn Attwood

“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 Kissinger (front row, left), in Fuerth, Germany.

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

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