A street in the Warsaw ghetto - the biggest ghetto in the Poland, with almost half a million Jews. By the end of 1941 most Polish Jews had been moved into ghettos. The Warsaw ghetto was also used to temporarily imprison Jews deported from other countries on the way to the death camps.
Warsaw, Poland, A group of Jews entering the ghetto gate at the end of the workday.
Warsaw, Poland, Jews in a street in the ghetto. From a collection of photographs taken by the German photographer Willi George in the Warsaw Ghetto during a day in the summer of 1941. The collection is unique in that the photographs are not staged.