5 June 1945 - Jewish children on their way to Palestine after having been released from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. The girl on the left is from Poland, the boy in the centre is from Latvia, and the girl on the right is from Hungary.
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Takes my breath away.Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camp - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. A little boy holds a handmade flag with the Star of David after the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany.
Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read or any document you might analyze. these pictures are awesome.<< history is fucked up
Werner Bischof Girl at the train window, Budapest, Hungary, 1947 From Werner Bischof Pictures Thanks to liquidnight
CDV of Civil War Ear Patriotic Young Boy with Flag (Pottsville, Pa.
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The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Buchenwald Concentration Camp
A group of survivors pose in front of a barracks in the newly liberated Ebensee concentration camp. Ebensee was a subcamp of Mauthausen. Those poor men!
Ravensbruck Memorial at Pere Lachaise. Ravensbruck was a notorious women's concentration camp during World War II, located in northern Germany.
BU For the first time in four years a young Czech girl and former camp inmate is able to read a newspaper while recovering in the hospital set up in Hohne Military Barracks nearby
Manya Kornblit, WWII Holocaust, Survivor of 5 concentration camps including Auschwitz while 9 of her family members died. My husband actually knew her. She owned the Dixie dog in Ponca City Oklahoma with her husband.
Exhibit examines medical horrors of Holocaust
Exhibit examines medical horrors of Holocaust : Lifestyles
Christmas packages destined for soldiers who have been killed or are missing in action await 'return to sender' stamps in New York, 1944
Two decades ago, Bill Clinton and Elie Wiesel inaugurated the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. This week, they joined together to celebrate the museum’s 20th anniversary. “Our mission today remains the same as it was 35 years ago when Congress mandated the creation of a living memorial to the Holocaust on our National Mall,” said Wiesel. “Yesterday, today and tomorrow, we must bear witness. We must carry the memories of the past—and the responsibility that comes with them—into the future.”
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