Erkunde Juden, Russland und noch mehr!

Juden Viertel Ostfront Jews

Juden Viertel Ostfront Jews

A Jew in a Ghetto, Poland, 1940

A Jew in a Ghetto, Poland, 1940

Arbeitslager Dorohusk

Arbeitslager Dorohusk

Warsaw, Poland, Jews being arrested.

Warsaw, Poland, Jews being arrested.

Polish Jews of Lublin at  Majdanek Camp

Polish Jews of Lublin at Majdanek Camp

The Monument in Birkenau. The plaque in Ladino language - the language of Sephardi Jews. Majority of Greek Jews deported to Auschwitz spoke that language.

The Monument in Birkenau. The plaque in Ladino language - the language of Sephardi Jews. Majority of Greek Jews deported to Auschwitz spoke that language.

This is a photo from an event called Kristallnacht, where rioters who were instigated by the Nazi regime, destroyed and marked Jewish businesses. Jews were forced to only buy from other Jewish run stores marked with the Star of David and the word “Jew.” This relates to the picture of a man kicking a Jewish person from the store out onto the street, further showing segregation. Boycott Jews April 1 1933[Print Photo].Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boycot_Jewsapril11933.jpeg

This is a photo from an event called Kristallnacht, where rioters who were instigated by the Nazi regime, destroyed and marked Jewish businesses. Jews were forced to only buy from other Jewish run stores marked with the Star of David and the word “Jew.” This relates to the picture of a man kicking a Jewish person from the store out onto the street, further showing segregation. Boycott Jews April 1 1933[Print Photo].Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boycot_Jewsapril11933.jpeg

April 1942, Deportation of Jews from Wloclawek, Poland to the Chelmno Death Camp. - At the end of 1939, many Jews were sent to the ghettos of other cities, and the remaining Jews in Wloclawek were moved into a ghetto in October 1940. On 24-27 of April 1942, the ghetto was liquidated when the remaining Jews, mostly the elderly, women and children were sent to their death in Chelmno.

April 1942, Deportation of Jews from Wloclawek, Poland to the Chelmno Death Camp. - At the end of 1939, many Jews were sent to the ghettos of other cities, and the remaining Jews in Wloclawek were moved into a ghetto in October 1940. On 24-27 of April 1942, the ghetto was liquidated when the remaining Jews, mostly the elderly, women and children were sent to their death in Chelmno.

The Wisnicz Jews marching to Bochnia

The Wisnicz Jews marching to Bochnia

Block 5. Spectacles that belonged to Jews deported to Auschwitz for extermination.

Block 5. Spectacles that belonged to Jews deported to Auschwitz for extermination.

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