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    September 1, 1941: German government orders Jews to wear yellow stars. ( star of David )

    Horrible History: May 29, 1942, the advice of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler orders all Jews in occupied Paris to wear an identifying yellow star on the left side of their coats. this was not even 70 years ago

    Before the Nazis began their mass slaughter of Jews, they created a number of laws that separated Jews from society. Especially potent was the law that forced all Jews to wear a yellow star upon their clothing.

    "He who saves a single soul , saves the world entire" The Jewish Inscription on Schindler’s ring given to him by the Jews at Brunnlitz.

    Two young Jews are humiliated in front of their classmates at a school in Germany in 1935. Before the Holocaust began in earnest, the Nazis began a policy of ever-increasing discrimination, intolerance and outright abuse against the Jews, from the top offices of Govt., right down to classrooms and schoolyards. The words on the blackboard read, "The Jew is our greatest enemy! Beware of the Jew!"

    Kabul. 40 years ago in comparison to today. NO TO SHARIA LAW IN AMERICA!!!!!

    POLAND. 1948. Teresa, a child in a residence for disturbed children, grew up in a concentration camp. She drew a picture of “home” on the blackboard.

    Jewish family wearing the Star of David. The family would soon be gassed by the evil ss nazis

    Vienna, 1945: Father shoots wife and daughter and then commits suicide. Eyewitnesses said father wore gold Nazi Party badge, indicative of senior Nazi party membership. Incident occurred across the Parliament building in the Austrian capital.

    Young Albert Einstein, 1882

    Gisella Perl,a successful Jewish gynaecologist in Romania in the 1930s and 40s.She was taken to Auschwitz in 1944,where she treated women with kindness and compassion.She was asked to report all pregnant women to Josef Mengele- better known as the Angel of Death.When she discovered what was done to them (medical experimentation and torture,ending with often being thrown alive into the crematoriums)she vowed that there would never again be a pregnant woman in Aschwitz.So she began the abortions.

    The photo is one of a series showing women being stripped, harassed and chased by civilians as chaos led to rapes and killings after the Germans captured Lviv Ukraine from the Soviets. 1941

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

    Group portrait of four female members of the Ovici family, a family of Jewish dwarf entertainers known as the Lilliput Troupe, who survived Auschwitz.

    "This is the story of Erzsebet Fajo who worked as a nursemaid for a Jewish family – a young woman of very modest circumstances, who,when the tides changed defied danger & despite the rumors of the imminent deportation of Budapest’s Jews, decided to move back in with the family.She obtained protective papers for them,& when Jews were being rounded up in order to march them to the Austrian border,she managed to smuggle the Abonyis out of their home, past the German and Hungarian guards."

    A German police unit arrived in Olkusz on July 31, 1940, and gathered all the Jewish men in the main square. The Jews were forced to lie on the ground while the policemen and members of the SD registered them. The Germans beat the Jews, shooting one of them. In order to further humiliate them, Rabbi Moshe Yitzhak Hagerman was forced to don his tallith and tefillin (phylacteries) that had been defiled, and to stand barefoot and pray next to the prostrate men of the Jewish community.

    40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken - Boy hears for the first time in his life, by the use of early hearing aid.

    Heinrich Himmler and his daughter, Gudrun in 1941.

    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 & 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.

    Benito Mussolini and Clara Petacci, April 29, 1945, on the Piazzale Loreto in Milan

    German soldiers - Autumn 1942 by GLORY. The largest archive of german WWII images, via Flickr