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Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace interned at the "Monopol" tobacco factory, used as a transit camp, before deportation to the Treblinka killing center. Skopje, Yugoslavia, March 11-31, 1943.

Jews from Bulgarian-occupied Macedonia and Thrace interned at the "Monopol" tobacco factory, used as a transit camp, before deportation to the Treblinka killing center. Skopje, Yugoslavia, March 11-31, 1943.

A family of Macedonian Jews carries their luggage down a flight of stairs as they leave the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp for the deportation trains to killing camps. Skopje, Yugoslavia, March 11-29, 1943.

A family of Macedonian Jews carries their luggage down a flight of stairs as they leave the Tobacco Monopoly transit camp for the deportation trains to killing camps. Skopje, Yugoslavia, March 11-29, 1943.

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, but only deported or killed Jews in the territories occupied from Yugoslavia, Slovakia and Ukraine.

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, but only deported or killed Jews in the territories occupied from Yugoslavia, Slovakia and Ukraine.

Clandestine photograph of  medical experimentation victim Bogumila Babinska in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. She was one of 74 "Rabbits" chosen for sadistic medical experimentation. Doctors cut her thigh muscles and cut into her shin bone, crippling and almost killing her.  Despite this, she was forced on a death march with other inmates beginning April 28, 1945.  She walked from Northern Germany to her home in Warsaw and survived the war.  She died in 1980.

Clandestine photograph of medical experimentation victim Bogumila Babinska in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. She was one of 74 "Rabbits" chosen for sadistic medical experimentation. Doctors cut her thigh muscles and cut into her shin bone, crippling and almost killing her. Despite this, she was forced on a death march with other inmates beginning April 28, 1945. She walked from Northern Germany to her home in Warsaw and survived the war. She died in 1980.

On Sunday 20 June 1943 the last remaining Jews in South Amsterdam and parts of East Amsterdam were rounded up. They were gathered on this square among others, before being transported by train to Westerbork transit camp. In total, 5542 Jews were rounded up and transported. Most of them were sent on to extermination camps Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen and Sobibor.

On Sunday 20 June 1943 the last remaining Jews in South Amsterdam and parts of East Amsterdam were rounded up. They were gathered on this square among others, before being transported by train to Westerbork transit camp. In total, 5542 Jews were rounded up and transported. Most of them were sent on to extermination camps Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen and Sobibor.

Ludwigshafen, Germany, deportation of the Jews from the Pfalz, 22/10/1940.

Ludwigshafen, Germany, deportation of the Jews from the Pfalz, 22/10/1940.

Warsaw ghetto, Poland, Jews next to a paint store. One of the photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George over the course of a single day in the summer of 1941. The photographs are unique in that they were not staged, but showed the ghetto as it truly was.

Warsaw ghetto, Poland, Jews next to a paint store. One of the photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George over the course of a single day in the summer of 1941. The photographs are unique in that they were not staged, but showed the ghetto as it truly was.

Jews deported from Prague move their belongings through the streets. Lodz ghetto, Poland, November 20, 1941.

Jews deported from Prague move their belongings through the streets. Lodz ghetto, Poland, November 20, 1941.

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