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A. Paul Weber’s “Germany’s Destiny” 1932. The humiliation of two jewish boys in front of their class. The blackboard reads “The Jew is our greatest enemy. Beware of the Jew” 1935. Propaganda : The “Jewish Moneychanger/Lender”. A Synagogue burns as part of the “Kristallnacht”.

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A. Paul Weber’s “Germany’s Destiny” 1932


The humiliation of two jewish boys in front of their class. The blackboard reads “The Jew is our greatest enemy. Beware of the Jew” 1935


Propaganda : The “Jewish Moneychanger/Lender”


A Synagogue burns as part of the “Kristallnacht”


The “Final Solution” BeginsThe Wannsee Conference January 1942


Major Concentration, Murder and Death Camps


“It Starts” A Jewish family is taken away


Nazis brutalizing a Jew - Poland


“Work Makes You Free”Entrance to Auschwitz


Main entrance to Birkenau


Arrival


33 different markingsfor prisoners


  • 1) Star of David with the French word Juif (Jew). France, 1942. (1989.045.01)(2) Star of David armband, General Government, ca. November 1939-May 1943.(1990.051.08)(3) Star of David with the German word Jude (Jew), Czechoslovakia. (1989.205.0 1)(4) Star of David button, Bulgaria, 1942. (1991.135.01)(5) Red triangle embroidered with black initial "T" for Tschechoslowakei (to indicate wearer was Czech). (1989.303.27)(6) Star of David with the Dutch word Jood (Jew), The Netherlands, 1942. (1990.145.01)(7) Identification tag issued to Bronia Eiger-Sitner, a Jewish forced laborer at a munitions factory in Radom, Poland, ca. 1944. Attached to identification tag with blue string are a 40 red plastic heart and a mezuzah (a Jewish ritual scroll). Gray paper background is used for photographic purposes, (1919.171.11)(8) Yellow triangle with "U" (Ungarn or Hungary), Buchenwald, April 1945. (1989.295.07)(9) Purple triangle with prisoner number 46436 issued in Sachsenhausen to Albert Jahndorf. (1989.240.02)(10) Star of David used in Hungary, March 1944. (1988.064)(11) Patch used to identify a Polish civilian laborer in the German Reich, 1940-1945. (1990.259.02)(12) Purple triangle with prisoner number 1989 issued in Ravensbruck to Luise Jahndorf (1989.240.01)(13) Pink triangle with the letter "B" (Belgium) from Langenstein-Zwieberge, also known as" Malachit," a subcamp of Buchenwald, ca. 1944-1945. (1991.198.08)(14) Yellow strip of cloth placed above inverted triangle marking Jews in Monowitz, November 1944. (1991.198.04)(15) Red triangle with "F" (France), Buchenwald, April 1945. (1989.295.03)(16) Black triangle with "T" (Czechoslovakia) from Langenstein-Zwieberge, also known as"Malachit," a subcamp of Buchenwald, 1944-1945. Gray paper background is used for photographic purposes. (1991.198.12)(17) Green triangle with "S," Buchenwald, April 1945. "S" probably meansSicherheitsverwahrter or preventive arrest prisoner. (1989.295.10)(18) Red triangle with "I" (Italy), Buchenwald, April 1945. (1989.295.04)(19) Armband embroidered with "L.P." (Lagerpolizei) from Malchow, a labor subcamp of Ravensbrück concentration camp producing ammunition and explosives, February-May 1945. (1988.082.03)


Heinrich Himmler – SS Commandant at Dachau 1936Dachau opened in 1933


Current day remains of belongings of Birkenau Jews


Auschwitz shoes collected in One day – 25,000 + pairs


Victim’s Glasses - Auschwitz


“Standing Punishment”Dachau


“Pushing to Survive”Dachau


Work in Armaments Factory


Shot while trying to escape- Dachau


High altitude experiments at Dachau


Experiments on human reaction to long term coldwater exposure


Experiments on Children


Execution of Jewsin occupied Ukraine


The Mass Execution of Jews in occupied Soviet Union


Auschwitz-BirkenauTaken by a U.S. Plane - 1944


A letter from the SS Commandant indicating theCremation capacity at Auschwitz at 4,756 bodies per 24 hours


Auschwitz Cremation Pit Summer1944Burning the bodies because the furnaces couldn’t keep up


A Mass Grave - Belsen


Death before liberation by U.S. troops


The Furnaces at Buchenwald


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAhUAuGJ0d4


“Crimes against the Peace”, “War Crimes”, and “Crimes against Humanity” The Nuremberg Trials


Nuremberg Trials – Air ReichMarshall Herman Goering


“Never Again” – Hitler’s Birthplace with placard


Literally, "For Peace, Freedom and Democracy. Never Again Fascism. Millions Dead Remind".* *Note: The last line does not translate easily into English. It approximates to "Keep in [your] mind [the] dead millions", as a self-warning of the potential consequences of fascism.


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