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Exhibition: 'Roman Vishniac Rediscovered' at the Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam. "You can’t look at these images without a sense of regret and sadness - at the stupidity of humanity, of the egos of men, and the waste of millions of lives." Photo: Roman Vishniac. [Ernst Kaufmann, center, and unidentified Zionist youth, wearing clogs while learning construction techniques in a quarry, Werkdorp Nieuwesluis, Wieringermeer, The Netherlands] 1939

Exhibition: 'Roman Vishniac Rediscovered' at the Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam. "You can’t look at these images without a sense of regret and sadness - at the stupidity of humanity, of the egos of men, and the waste of millions of lives." Photo: Roman Vishniac. [Ernst Kaufmann, center, and unidentified Zionist youth, wearing clogs while learning construction techniques in a quarry, Werkdorp Nieuwesluis, Wieringermeer, The Netherlands] 1939

63864:E.L.2013.1.8 | Roman Vishniac Archive

63864:E.L.2013.1.8 | Roman Vishniac Archive

Roman Vishniac, Chaim Simcha Mechlowitz, farmer and tanner, Vysni Apsa, ca. 1935–38  ©Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography

Roman Vishniac, Chaim Simcha Mechlowitz, farmer and tanner, Vysni Apsa, ca. 1935–38 ©Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography

Roman Vishniac David Eckstein, Seven Years Old and Other Jewish School Boys, Brod, Poland c.1938.

Roman Vishniac David Eckstein, Seven Years Old and Other Jewish School Boys, Brod, Poland c.1938.

Students in a Jewish work-settlement, Werkdorp Wieringen, The Netherlands, 1939. Unpublished. CREDIT: Roman Vishniac. © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy the International Center of Photography

Students in a Jewish work-settlement, Werkdorp Wieringen, The Netherlands, 1939. Unpublished. CREDIT: Roman Vishniac. © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy the International Center of Photography

Op 28 mei 1932 werd de ruim dertig kilometer lange Afsluitdijk gesloten, de eerste fase van het Zuiderzeeproject. Fotocollectie Nieuw Land, Directie Wieringermeer; J. Potuyt

Op 28 mei 1932 werd de ruim dertig kilometer lange Afsluitdijk gesloten, de eerste fase van het Zuiderzeeproject. Fotocollectie Nieuw Land, Directie Wieringermeer; J. Potuyt

The Jerusalem School That Turned Superstitious Jews Into Proper Brits – Tablet Magazine

The Jerusalem School That Turned Superstitious Jews Into Proper Brits – Tablet Magazine

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