Second photo of the hanging of Jenny-Wanda Barkmann after her conviction of war crimes in It is interesting how these pictures look no different than the pictures of the people he Nazi's hanged during their reign of terror .
Kaunas, Lithuania. A woman waiting with her possessions before the deportation from the ghetto to camps in Estonia. 1943. In all, 2,709 Jews were removed from the ghetto. Children and elderly were shipped to Auschwitz; all others were sent to Klooga in northern Estonia. Almost no one survived the deportation.
An odd series of events led Jennifer Teege to discover that her grandfather was none other than the notorious Nazi Amon Goeth. When a Black German Woman Discovered Her Grandfather Was the Nazi Villain of 'Schindler's List'