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Map of the Warsaw Ghetto. At any given time over 100,000 Jews were forced into this very small confined area by the Nazis which contributed to escalation of disease,etc.

Map of the Warsaw Ghetto. At any given time over 100,000 Jews were forced into this very small confined area by the Nazis which contributed to escalation of disease,etc.

Warsaw, Poland, A child suffering from severe malnutrition. Walter Kostecki, A Catholic Polish man, was a member of the Polish underground, and assisted the rescue of Jews from Warsaw ghetto in Poland. He served in the Polish navy in exile (its center was located in London), and volunteered to parachute on the land of Poland and serve as a messenger for the Polish Government in Exile. As a part of this duty, He transferred microfilms of photographs from Poland.

Warsaw, Poland, A child suffering from severe malnutrition. Walter Kostecki, A Catholic Polish man, was a member of the Polish underground, and assisted the rescue of Jews from Warsaw ghetto in Poland. He served in the Polish navy in exile (its center was located in London), and volunteered to parachute on the land of Poland and serve as a messenger for the Polish Government in Exile. As a part of this duty, He transferred microfilms of photographs from Poland.

Emanuel Ringelblum, politician, social worker, Jewish historian known for his notes from the ghetto died March 7, 1944 Warsaw Ghetto & Uprising: story, pictures and information - Fold3.com#

Emanuel Ringelblum, politician, social worker, Jewish historian known for his notes from the ghetto died March 7, 1944 Warsaw Ghetto & Uprising: story, pictures and information - Fold3.com#

Warsaw, Poland, Construction of the ghetto wall. Jews were forced to build the ghetto walls, just as they were forced to build the death camps

Warsaw, Poland, Construction of the ghetto wall. Jews were forced to build the ghetto walls, just as they were forced to build the death camps

Jews in the Polish Army after demobilization were returned to their families. Here in April 1940, returned soldiers sit down to a Passover meal in the Warsaw ghetto at 34 Swietojarska Street.

Jews in the Polish Army after demobilization were returned to their families. Here in April 1940, returned soldiers sit down to a Passover meal in the Warsaw ghetto at 34 Swietojarska Street.

Jews converse on a street in the Warsaw ghetto

Jews converse on a street in the Warsaw ghetto

The ghetto in Warsaw was 2.4% of the size of the city but held 400,000 people - about 30% of the city's population. Jews in the ghetto were limited to 184 calories per day. Poles could receive 699 calories. Germans - 2,613. Over 100,000 people died from disease and starvation in the ghetto.

The ghetto in Warsaw was 2.4% of the size of the city but held 400,000 people - about 30% of the city's population. Jews in the ghetto were limited to 184 calories per day. Poles could receive 699 calories. Germans - 2,613. Over 100,000 people died from disease and starvation in the ghetto.

Warsaw Ghetto, 1941 Onvoorstelbaar wat ze deze mensen hebben aangedaan.

Warsaw Ghetto, 1941 Onvoorstelbaar wat ze deze mensen hebben aangedaan.

Warsaw, Poland, May 1941, Selling kitchen utensils in a ghetto mark...  Share:  13490321445716820892.JPG

Warsaw, Poland, May 1941, Selling kitchen utensils in a ghetto mark... Share: 13490321445716820892.JPG

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