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The footbridge over Zgierska Street that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto. The street itself was not part of the ghetto. Lodz, Poland, ca. 941.Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi War Crimes in Poland .

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The footbridge over Zgierska Street that joined the two parts of the Lodz ghetto. The street itself was not part of the ghetto. Lodz, Poland, ca. 941.Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi War Crimes in Poland
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A sign, in both German and Latvian, warning that people attempting to cross the fence or to contact inhabitants of the Riga ghetto will be shot. Riga, Latvia, 1941-1943.

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Deportation of Jews from Hanau, near Frankfurt am Main, to the Theresienstadt ghetto. Hanau, Germany, May 30, 1942.

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Deportation of Jewish children from an orphanage. Lodz ghetto, Poland, during the "Gehsperre" Aktion, September 5-12, 1942.
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Jewish resistance fighters captured by SS troops during the Warsaw ghetto uprising. Warsaw, Poland, April 19-May 16, 1943.
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Jews carrying bundles of possessions before their deportation from the Kovno ghetto. Kovno, Lithuania, October 1943.
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A synagogue used as a warehouse for the belongings of deported Jews. Szeged ghetto, Hungary, 1944.
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Ruins of a building in the Kovno ghetto gutted when the Germans attempted to force Jews out of hiding during the final destruction of the ghetto. Kovno, Lithuania, 1944.
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Men, women, and children dig defense ditches during the German siege of Warsaw. Poland, September 1939.
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German forces in the outskirts of Warsaw. In the background of the photograph, the city burns as a result of the German military assault. Warsaw, Poland, September 1939.
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Street scene in the Warsaw ghetto. The sign at left announces: "Soup in the courtyard, first floor, apt. 47." Warsaw, Poland, 1940-1941.
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A Warsaw ghetto resident gives money to two children on a Warsaw ghetto street. Warsaw, Poland, between October 1940 and April 1943.
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An emaciated woman sells the compulsory Star of David armbands for Jews. In the background are concert posters; almost all are destroyed. Warsaw ghetto, Poland, September 19, 1941.
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Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted." Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.
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A Polish policeman searches the bag of a Jewish resident of the ghetto. Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.
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A Polish policeman checks the papers of a Jewish resident of the Warsaw ghetto. Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.
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The type of "Aryan" identification card which Vladka Meed had used from 1940-1942 on the Aryan side of Warsaw, smuggling arms to Jewish fighters and helping Jews escape from the ghetto.
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Jews rounded up during the Warsaw ghetto uprising are forced to march to the assembly point for deportation. Warsaw, Poland, April or May 1943.
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