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Two survivors in front of the women's barracks in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Bergen-Belsen, Germany, April 1945.

HITLER-Two survivors in front of the women's barracks in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Bergen-Belsen, Germany, April (FASCISM-Hitler called himself a National Socialist.

Liberated inmates inside the Mauthausen barracks. How much longer they survived is unknown.

Liberated inmates inside the Mauthausen barracks. How much longer they survived is unknown. And some believe the Holocaust never existed.

German Luftwaffe POW and his guard, Newhaven, England, 1941.

A German Luftwaffe officer POW disembarking in Newhaven, England glances contemptuously at a British guard, 1941

Warsaw Ghetto: A starving child lies on the sidewalk a few breaths away from death. Passers by just pass by. Life was worth less than a slice of bread.

Holocaust History - Daily Life in the Ghettos - Yad Vashem. A starving child lying on the sidewalk in the Warsaw ghetto, Poland Yad Vashem Photo Archives « PreviousImage 7 of 7

Warsaw, Poland, Starving children sitting on the pavement in the ghetto. Heinz Joest.

Warsaw, Poland, Starving children sitting on the pavement in the ghetto. - Warsaw, Poland, Photos taken in the ghetto by German soldier Heinz Joest in autumn

A Jewish occupant of the Warsaw Ghetto lies dead on the sidewalk in front of a small shop selling meager wares. As conditions in the ghetto worsened due to overcrowding, starvation and disease took a heavy toll on those forcibly interned there. Bodies of those who starved to death or died of disease were a common sight on the streets and sidewalks during the three year span from 1940 until 1943 that the Germans confined Jews to the ghetto. March 1941.

A dead Jewish man lies in front of a shop in the Warsaw Ghetto. The photograph belongs to a collection of images by Heinrich Joest and Willy Georg, two German soldiers who took to the streets of the ghetto with a camera against regulations.

Lithuania, 1941, Jewish women digging their own graves. The women dug their own graves before Einsatzgruppen soldiers shot them. In the foreground lay people who have already been shot. Imagine if this was you. Knowing that in moments, you will be dead. Seeing those that went moments before you. What evil in these nazis by olive

Lithuania, Jewish women digging their own graves. The women dug their own graves before Einsatzgruppen soldiers shot them. In the foreground lay people who have already been shot.--how could people do this to other people--unbelievable

Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka killing center. Stangl holds a horsewhip.

Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka killing center. Stangl holds a horsewhip. — The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives