This photo inside the ghetto of a dying child was taken illegally by Wehrmacht Sergeant Heinz Joest on Sept. 19, 1941. He spent his 43rd birthday illegally inside the ghetto taking pictures. A documentary about his day was made in 1991 titled "A Day in the Warsaw Ghetto: A Birthday Trip in Hell."

This photo inside the ghetto of a dying child was taken illegally by Wehrmacht Sergeant Heinz Joest on Sept. He spent his birthday illegally inside the ghetto taking pictures.

Women at the Holocaust holding their babies to protect them - who says this never happened !!!!!!!!

This is one of the most profound pictures I have ever seen of the holocaust. Women holding their children; waiting to be executed in the gas chambers. NOTE Lets never forget this inhumanity. Remember history seems to repeat itself.

Jewish woman being beaten and humiliated during the Second World War by the German population for the simple fact of being Jewish. - April 3, 1941

gordi's backup docs/pics to antisem-holo-jew issues: Lviv Ukraine pogroms, petlura days VII 41

"you have to understand, that no one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land no one burns their palms under trains beneath carriages no one spends days and nights in the stomach of a truck feeding on newspaper unless the miles travelled means something more than journey. no one crawls under fences no one wants to be beaten pitied." - Warsan Shire

"No one would leave home unless home chased you to shore.

A pile of bodies on a pallet in the Warsaw ghetto

bodies on a pallet in the Warsaw ghetto a baby for Gods sake-How can you say the Holocaust never happened?

Jews board trains bound for Treblinka, Skopje, March 1943. On the morning of 28 March 43, the 1st transport of Jews from Macedonia arrived at Treblinka after a 6 day journey

Jews load a barrel of water for the trip to Treblinka death camp onto a deportation train in Skopje.

Stereotypes of World War II - ThingLink

Russian women soldiers executed at point-blank range.

Terezin... Children of the Holocaust 007 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

CAVEAT: This image is a publicity still from the current play "Terezin: Children of the Holocaust", by Anna Smulowitz. It is not a genuine wartime picture.

Photograph from the National Archives, courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives.    An American soldier stands above the corpses of children that are to be buried in a mass grave dug by German civilians from the nearby town of Nordhausen. (April 14, 1945)

The 20th Century

So disturbing -- Nazis didn't discriminate among young or old, man or woman, innocent or threat. Here, an Allied soldier peers into a freshly dug grave containing the corpses of children killed at Nordhausen (a sub-camp of Buchenwald in Germany.

Comfort women. Non Japanese women were treated like a commodity for the pleasure of Japanese men.

This is the way the Japanese viewed women who were not Japanese. Women were just a commodity for the use of Japanese men.

Vienna, Austria, Jews queuing at the police station to register, March 1938. Failure of Jews to register meant death

Vienna, Austria, Jews queuing at the police station to register, March Failure of Jews to register meant death

Holocaust History - Last Jews in the Last Months of the German Reich - Yad Vashem. Bergen-Belsen, May 1945, corpses of prisoners strewn throughout the camp  Yad Vashem Photo Archives 1201 « PreviousImage 4 of 8Next »

Holocaust History - Last Jews in the Last Months of the German Reich - Yad Vashem. Bergen-Belsen, May corpses of prisoners strewn throughout the camp Yad Vashem Photo Archives 1201 « PreviousImage 4 of

Jewish mother and daughter being humiliated in Germany during World War II. - 1941

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Auchwitz liberation

Dead bodies piled up in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp after the British troops liberated the camp on April The British found men, women and children dying of starvation and disease. This is the camp that Anne Frank and her sister Margot died in

Women and children on the Birkenau arrival platform known as the “ramp”. The Jews were removed from the deportation trains onto the ramp where they faced a selection process- some were sent immediately to their deaths, while others were sent to slave labor. Women and children - seen as less valuable to the Reich - were most likely to be sent to the left (lings), which led to the gas chambers, instead of to the right (rechts) which led to possible survival.

Poland, Women and children standing on the selection platform, Birkenau concentration camp,

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