Jewish ghetto

Collection by Jason Barrett

Jason Barrett
Their parents lost, Jewish boy and girl fearfully await deportation from Palestine 1946 Cornelius Ryan photography Their parents lost, Jewish boy and girl fearfully await deportation from Palestine Jewish History, World History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Jewish Girl, Interesting History, World War Two, Historical Photos, Wwii

Once Upon a Time in War

War is a horribly fascinating thing, however much man may hate it.

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Jewish Beard Being Cut

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NEVER FORGET: Warsaw, Poland, A Woman Selling Armbands in the Ghetto Photographs Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem All rights reserved Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Poland, Poland Ww2, Jewish Ghetto, Holocaust Memorial, Jewish History, Persecution, Shows, Women In History

Book review – The Cruel Radiance: Photography and Political Violence

Since the early days of photography, critics have told us that photos of political violence – of torture, mutilation, and death – are exploitative, deceitful, even pornographic. To look…

Portrait of an unidentified Jewish woman and young girl in the Kutno Ghetto, early Poland and Europe during the WWII era German Nazi Holocaust Campaign and Occupation Jewish Ghetto, Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Poland, Photos Rares, Invasion Of Poland, The Third Reich, Life Pictures, World History, Jewish History

The Most Iconic Photographs of All Time - LIFE

Haunting color photographs made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Warsaw and the smaller Polish city of Kutno in Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and 1940.

Jewish women from the Warsaw ghetto in Poland Despite all the misery, they tried to maintain their self-respect. Las mujeres judías del gueto de Varsovia en Polonia A pesar de toda la miseria, trataron de mantener su amor propio. Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Jewish Ghetto, Warsaw Ghetto, Fukushima, Jewish History, Never Again, Moda Vintage, Before Us

in the warsaw ghetto: photographs by willy georg

Willy Georg was an old German soldier. He made money by taking photos of young German soldiers. In the summer of 1941 he was given permission to enter Warsaw, the Jewish ghetto and take photographs…

A young German soldier tries to humiliate an elderly Polish Jew by cutting his beard. Beard-cutting was a method of humiliation favored by many Germans. As it is with all bullies and their victims, the strong bear the real shame for preying on the weak. Jewish History, World History, World War Ii, Raza Aria, Anne Frank, Historical Photos, Wwii, The Past, Germany

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A liberated inmate of the Nordhausen concentration camp, April He looks distrusting - not surprising considering what he's likely seen and been through. Once Upon A Time In War Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Fukushima, World History, World War Ii, Lest We Forget, Historical Photos, Wwii, The Past

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On 2 October Ludwig Fischer, Governor of the Warsaw District in the occupied General Government of Poland, signed the order to officially create a Jewish district (ghetto) in Warsaw. It was to become the largest ghetto in Nazi-occupied Europe. Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Fukushima, Jewish Ghetto, Warsaw Uprising, Historia Universal, Cultura General, Jewish History, Jolie Photo


This was taken by the German photographer Willi George in the summer of 1941, one of his un-authorized series of photographs showing life in the Ghetto..

Czesława Kwoka-one of many Polish children murdered in Auschwitz by Germans. At Auschwitz concentration camp 200 to 300 Polish children from the Zamość area were murdered by Germans by phenol injections. Anne Frank, George Santayana, World History, History Online, World War Two, Historical Photos, Wwii, The Past, Germany

Czeslawa-Kwoka Czesława Kwoka was born in Wólka Złojecka, a small village in Poland, to a Catholic mother, Katarzyna Kwoka. Along with her mother (prisoner number 26946), Czesława Kwoka (prisoner number 26947) was deported and transported from Zamość, Poland, to Auschwitz, on 13 December 1942. On 12 March 1943, less than a month after her mother died (18 February 1943), Czesława Kwoka died at the age of 14; the circumstances of her death were not recorded.