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Pregnant in Auschwitz: Toronto Holocaust survivor recalls split-second decision that saved her and unborn son #history

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Yakov Dzhugashvili, Stalin’s elder son (standing between the German officers) was taken POW on July 16, 1941. Yakov, an artillery officer, was immediately put under interrogation by the surprised Germans. Stalin was furious and disowned Yakov the minute his capture was communicated to Moscow. Sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Yakov was shot dead by a guard when he allegedly refused to obey orders on April 14, 1943.

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Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland

Despite the awfulness of her predicament, this Jewish woman manages to respond to the demand she smile brightly for the camera. Posing for Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's Personal color image-photographer who captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland.

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Hitler As Fuhrer The destruction of the radical SA leadership under Ernst Rohm in the Blood Purge of June 1934 confirmed Hitler as undisputed dictator of the Third Reich and by the beginning of August, when he united the positions of Fuhrer and Chancellor on the death of von Hindenburg, he had all the powers.

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Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Memorial Day Today - Atlas Shrugs

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the face of genocide .. in april 1945, canadians accompanying british forces in germany entered the concentration camp at bergen-belsen .. sickened and horrified by the atrocities they witnessed, these canadians made a visual record on film and on paper of the war's tragic victims .. the writing on the back of this photo, reads: "May we never forget and never let it happen again"...

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During the Holocaust, the Nazi's established concentration camps across Europe.These camps were meant to hold prisoners. Many prisoners died from these terrible concentration camps because the living conditions were so bad.

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In one of the most infamous pictures of WWII, a member of the SS prepares to shoot a Jewish woman with her back to him, desperate to protect her child. A single bullet from his rifle was sufficient for both at such intimate range .. anecdote, the shooter - a hungarian auxiliary - was drunk when he did this, and upon sobering up, was so horrified at his deed that he committed suicide ...

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