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"Imre Kertész (b.1929) - Nobel Prize winner, as a kid in with concentration camp number.  Writer was a holocaust survivor who´s novel Sorstalanság is one of the best holocaust books ever written."

Imre Kertész - Nobel Prize winning writer, pictured as a child with her concentration camp number. She was a holocaust survivor whose novel Sorstalanság is one of the best holocaust books ever written.

Holocaust survivor; Elie Wiesel (far right) with mother and younger sister Tzipora in a archive photo taken before Elie was transported to the death camps. His mother and sister did not survive the war.

Elie Wiesel (far right) with mother and younger sister Tzipora in a archive photo taken before Elie was transported to the death camps. His mother and sister did not survive the war.

Children of the Holocaust

Child feeding another boy soup during Holodomor, the man-made famine created by Stalin in the Ukraine in

Budapest, Hungary, A line of corpses at the site of the former ghetto.  - Hungary, Persecution of Hungarian Jews, 1938-1945

Budapest, Hungary, A line of corpses at the site of the former ghetto. - Hungary, Persecution of Hungarian Jews,

Budapest, Hungary, 1944, A Jewish man in the street, beside a propaganda placard where Jews are compared to communists.

Budapest 1944 A Jewish man in the street, beside a propaganda placard where Jews are compared to communists

Jews moving into one of the 2,000 buildings in Budapest marked with a yellow star. In March 1944, German forces occupied Hungary. Jews were hurriedly concentrated in ghettos or, as in Budapest, in houses as a first step to their deportation. The Hungarian pro-Nazi regime had earlier introduced restrictions on its own Jewish population, they mainly deported or killed Jews in the territories occupied from Yugoslavia, Slovakia and Ukraine.

Jews moving into one of the buildings in Budapest marked with a yellow star. In March German forces occupied Hungary. Jews were hurriedly concentrated in ghettos or, as in Budapest, in houses as a first step to their deportation.

A Jewish man wearing a yellow star reads newly posted antisemitic regulations in Budapest. Hungary, 1944.

1944 - A Jewish man wearing a yellow star reads newly posted anti-Semitic regulations in Budapest, Hungary.