For having a relationship with someone who the Nazi’s considered untermensch (subhuman), she was punished publicly. It’s very reminiscent of the French and Dutch resistance sought to do their countrymen who had collaborated with their German occupiers.
the-big-lie: German children read an anti-Jewish propaganda book titled DER GIFTPILZ ( “The Poisonous Mushroom”). The girl on the left holds a companion volume, the translated title of which is “Trust No Fox.
Herta Oberheuser on trial.
Haifa, Mandatory Palestine, The Jewish State, a Haganah ship
"En annan gång hade jag tänkt skriva till min vän då jag hade sett en uppsättning av Genets Skärmarna på Odéon. Där på teatern utbröt tumult, nationellt sinnade fransmän pöblade och gick på, man kastade rökbomber, man slogs på parkett. Föreställningen avbröts. När några ur publiken klev upp på scenen gick järnridån ner. Genom en dörr i järnridån klev Jean Louis Barrault ut, stod på scenen och bad publiken om att se pjäsen till slut. Han lyckades lugna ner publiken." Ur Vännen och…
The Jews who fought for Hitler: 'We did not help the Germans. We had a common enemy'
They fought alongside them, healed them, and often befriended them. But how do Finland's Jews feel today about their uneasy - and little mentioned - alliance with the Nazis?
Arrival of political prisoners at the Oranienburg concentration camp. Oranienburg, Germany, Could Americans become Nazis?
IN Nazi Germany, on January the Ministry of Justice revived and amended "Paragraph the old Prussian statute created i.
Bearing Witness to the Holocaust: Children Lined up with Heads Shaved in a Croatian Concentration Camp
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Bergen-Belsen, Germany, A woman and children after the liberation Heres an idea of what women looked liked in the holocaust- Anthony
United State Holocast Memorial Museum Website, a great resource for students to learn about to learn about the Nazi Party in Germany and the experience of Jews in Nazi Europe.
Herta Oberheuser, one of the main characters in Lilac Girls
Herta Oberheuser May 1911 in Cologne, German Empire – 24 January 1978 in Linz am Rhein, West Germany) was a physician at the Ravensbrück concentration camp from 1940 until She worked there.
"He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future. Indoctrinating children is easy because they're not at a level where they can properly think for themselves, but what excuse can the adults of Nazi Germany use?
The 15,000 ma’apilim of the two twin ships Atzmaut and Komemiut (original names Pan Crescent and Pan York, aka "The Pans") were brought by trains in three days from Rumania to the Bulgarian border. A Bulgarian train carried them from the border to the port of departure at Burgas.