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This one legged boy standing alone against a background of ruins is only one of the countless of inhabitants of Warsaw, once thriving capital of Poland, who have suffered by the terrific bombings of World War II. The city which once had a population of 1, 265,000 and many modern buildings, has only a fraction of its former population today and its buildings are all but completely raised to the ground. These are the first and exclusive pictures of the ruins of Warsaw. April 03, 1946

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entrance at Nalewki street to the ghetto with the guardpost Battle for the Warsaw Ghetto  ! Revolt & Resistance www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Nalewki Street entrance to the Warsaw ghetto with its guard post, photographed from the Aryan side

Roman Vishniac, "After twenty years with one firm, he  has been fired because he is a Jew. The boycott committee  demanded it." Warsaw, 1937

Roman Vishniac, "After twenty years with one firm, he has been fired because he is a Jew. The boycott committee demanded it.

Le ghetto de Varsovie totalement détruit par les allemands, 1945

Le ghetto de Varsovie totalement détruit par les allemands, 1945

Warsaw, Poland, October 1939, People waiting in line at a food distribution station.

Warsaw, Poland, October People waiting in line at a food distribution station.

Ruiny kamienic przy ulicy Grzybowskiej

The new beginning after the riots left the city in upheaval in the Opa Chapter.

Shelled-out remains of a building that was bombarded during the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. Yad Vashem Photo Archives 2807/96

Burnt - out and destroyed residential buildings in the Warsaw ghetto.

Daily life in the Warsaw ghetto. Photograph taken in 1941 by nurse Helmy Spethmann, who served as a nurse in Warsaw.

Daily life in the Warsaw ghetto. Photograph taken in 1941 by nurse Helmy Spethmann, who served as a nurse in Warsaw.

Jews wearing armbands are gathered outside a partially boarded-up building in the Warsaw ghetto

Jews wearing armbands are gathered outside a partially boarded-up building in the Warsaw ghetto

Warsaw 1930s

Warsaw Old Scenes Before German invasion, normal life scene. Late Warsaw Strollers at the corner of Ujazdowskie Avenue and Matejki Street.

Registry of completed items produced in the sewing factory. Yad Vashem Photo Archives 3119/60

Warsaw, Poland, A clothes-making workshop at 65 Niska Street, probably Getting a job in the Ghetto meant extra food rations. The Jews were over worked and beaten, but it was food they needed.

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