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In zijn eerste concentratiekamp komt hij zijn oom Moshe tegen. hij komt al snel te weten dat hij zich maar beter gedeisd houdt bij de Duitsers. Oom Moshe vertelde hem dat hij moet proberen te overleven door niet op te vallen en niemand te helpen of te vertrouwen. Hoe moeilijk het ook was toch hield Yanek dit vol. In dit kamp moest Yanek naaien in het atelier.

War crimes in occupied Poland during World War II

Krakow-Plaszów concentration camp

Female Jewish prisoners in the Plaszow camp on their way to forced labor. Probably photographed by Amon Goeth Source: Yad Vashem

Pogrom Kielce. 1946. Stalin continues Hitler's work. One of the reasons Hitler was so sucessful against Russia in 1941 was that he saw that a spy tell Stalin his Officers were going to oust him and the paranoid Stalin killed his Generals and most other high officers. Pilot's were afraid to fly because a crash would be called sabotage.

1 of 5 The Kielce pogrom was an outbreak of violence against the Jewish community centre in the city of Kielce, Poland on July initiated by Polish

Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany (about an hour from Berlin). This is the final resting place of Anne Frank.

Bergen-Belsen concentration camp near Celle, Germany where Anne Frank died of typhus, In march 1945

Krakow, Poland, The Gestapo building in the ghetto.

Kraków, Poland, The Gestapo building in the ghetto.

Krakow Ghetto

A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, Kurenets, Volozhin, Vishnevo and Dolhinov by the Nazis.

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Schindler’s List, the movie, is FICTION, FICTION, FICTION!!!

Jews forced by the Germans to shovel snow on Sw. Krzyza (Holy Cross Street) at the corner of Mikolajska street in the Stare Miasto (Old City) of Kraków

Cracow, Poland, Wagons and pedestrians in the streets of the ghetto.

Kraków, Poland, Wagons and pedestrians in the streets of the ghetto.

A Krakow streetcar worker installing a sign separating Jewish and non-Jewish passengers. The sign, in German and Polish, indicates with arrows that Jews go to the left, non - Jews to the right.

A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, Kurenets, Volozhin, Vishnevo and Dolhinov by the Nazis.

Jewish prisoners at forced labor in Plaszow  1944.  World War Two

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April 1941. One of the main streets in the Krakow Ghetto during a deportation.

April One of the main streets in the Kraków Ghetto during a deportation

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