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    A Jewish woman running screaming through a Lvov street during the pogroms of early July 1941.Ukrainian youths, one holding a stick, are chasing her.On June 30, 1941, Lvov was conquered by the Germans. Pogroms against the Jews began that day, carried out by Ukranian civilians and the German Einsatzgruppe C. The Ukrainians were incited by rumors that the Jews had participated in the murders of Ukrainian political prisoners in the Soviet regime's. In few days, some 4,000 Jews were killed.

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    A pogrom in Lviv in 1941, where Ukrainian Nazi collaborators ransacked the city while abusing and murdering Jews

    Nick Ut took this image seconds after his famous shot, of Kim Phuc running down the street. Television crews and South Vietnamese troops surround 9-year-old Kim Phuc on Route 1 near Trang Bang, South Vietnam, after she was burned by a misdirected aerial napalm attack, June 8, 1972. (Nick Ut/AP)

    The Last Seconds | This woman and her child are about to be executed. Their crime? They're ethnic Ukrainians. Stalin ordered a "Great Purge" from 1937-38. The executions were carried out by the NKVD, the Soviet Union's secret police.

    French girl being punished for having sex with a German.. 1944

    Hung because they were Jews

    A Jewish rape victim in the city of Lvov -- one of 1000 Jews rounded up and turned over to the Germans by local citizens David Rubinger - Archives of the Ghetto Fighter's House, Israel

    Naked Jewish women, some of whom are holding infants, wait in a line before their execution by Ukrainian auxilliary police. Imagine yourself as one of these people, humiliated and debased, then forced to wait in line for your own death as you hear the shots that kill those before you.

    An undertaker in the Warsaw ghetto's Jewish cemetery on Okopowa Street lifts the body of a woman for Heinrich Joest to show him how little it weighs. Joest's caption reads: "The dead were not heavy, as one corpse-bearer showed me - although I had not asked him to - in front of the buildings of the Jewish cemetery."

    Jewish women and girls await execution at a mass grave in Skede, Latvia. Made to strip down to underclothes as they waited, the women were told to approach the lip of the grave in groups of ten. They were there forced to strip naked, before being shot. Many did not die from the gunshot, but bled to death, or were smothered by the weight of bodies that fell on top of them. In groups of ten, 2,800 human beings were killed between December 15 and 17, 1941.

    Lviv pogroms, Petlura days, July 27-29, 1941 - The Lviv pogroms were two massacres of Jews living in and near in the city of Lwów, the occupied Republic of Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine), that took place from June 30 to July 2 and July 25–29, 1941.

    A woman about to be murdered. The Germans recycled the clothing for German use. The victims lost everything, even their dignity

    1964 Hotel Owner Pouring Acid in a pool as black people are swimming. 40 Photos From The Past That You’re Really Going To Want To See – Urban Times

    In this famous photograph, Dr Fritz Klein is standing in a mass grave at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp; his main duty was the selection of prisoners to be sent into the gas chambers. From 1942-1944 transport trains delivered Jews, Romani, people with disabilities, Soviet war prisoners, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses and other political and religious opponents to “forced labor camps”.

    Hugo Boss started his clothing company in 1924 in Metzingen. His company was supplier for Nazi uniforms since 1924. Hugo Boss was one of the firms contracted by the Nazis to design the black SS uniforms along with the brown SA shirts, and the Hitler Youth uniforms.

    Robert Capa - Chartres, France, August 18th, 1944: Just after the liberation of the town, this French woman who had a baby with a German soldier had her head shaved as punishment.

    Beauty Liberated, 1945. "Depicting a woman at the moment of her liberation, so skinny you can hardly see her, her face is aglow and alive. As if she was never imprisoned."

    Ordinary people. The courage to say no. The photo was taken in Hamburg in 1936, during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowed, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser. He had already been in trouble with the authorities, having been sentenced to two years hard labour for marrying a Jewish woman. We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one of his children recognized he...

    Kaunas massacre of 29 October 1941 The largest mass murder of Lithuanian Jews