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Dr. Franz Alfred Six (12 August 1909 in Mannheim - 9 July 1975 in Bolzano) was a Nazi official who rose to the rank of SS-Brigadeführer. He was appointed by Reinhard Heydrich to head department Amt VII, Written Records of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA). In 1940, he was appointed to direct state police operations in an occupied Great Britain following invasion.

Wilhelm Hosenfeld (2 May 1895 – 13 August 1952), was a German Army officer who rose to the rank of Hauptmann by the end of the war. He helped to hide or rescue several Poles, including Jews, in Nazi-occupied Poland, and is perhaps most remembered for helping Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman to survive, hidden, in the ruins of Warsaw during the last months of 1944. He died in Soviet captivity on 13 August 1952, from injury possibly sustained during torture.

SS Gebirgsjäger Regiment 11 "Reinhard Heydrich"

Karl Herman Frank hanging from the neck in Prague, 1946, for his role in organizing the massacres of the people of the Czech villages of Lidice and Ležáky. He was the Higher SS and Police Leader and Secretary of State of the Reich Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.

The deportation of French Jews in Marseilles by SS guards and Vichy police, January 1943

On demands from the Germans, French police round up and deport Jews from Paris, August 1941.

John R. Mott Though perhaps less well known today than the others on our list, Mott was an influential evangelist and longtime YMCA official, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946. He and a colleague were supposedly offered free passage on the Titanic by a White Star Line official interested in their work but declined and instead took the more humble liner Lapland. According to a biography by C. Howard Hopkins, when they reached New York and heard about the disaster, “It is said that the...

Auschwitz. Family of Slovak Jewess Lili Jacob (her aunt Tauba with her four children) awaiting Selection at the ramp in Birkenau. During the selection all were send to gas chambers. The transport from the ghetto in Beregszasz in Hungary left on May 17, 1944 and arrived on May 27, 1945. (Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Archives)

The body of Glyndwr Michael, a Welsh vagrant, who was made into a fictitious Major William Martin in Operation Mincemeat- a successful British deception plan during World WarII. As part of the widespread deception plan Operation Barclay to cover the intended invasion of Italy from N Africa, Mincemeat helped to convince the German high command that the Allies planned to invade Greece and Sardinia in 1943 instead of Sicily, the actual objective.

Arnost Lustig: Survivor of three Nazi concentration camps who became an award-winning author and academic

Bearing Witness to the Holocaust: A German Jewish Girl Who Was Part of the Kindertransport (1939) Posted on March 10, 2009 This German Jewish girl (age 7) was part of the Kindertransport that, in 1939, got 10,000 Jewish children out of Nazi-controlled areas of Europe. Her name: Dorrith Oppenheim. She ended up in Scotland. Her parents died at Auschwitz in 1944.

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These are Buchenwald concentration camp guards who received a beating from the prisoners when the camp was liberated by the Americans. The picture was taken in April 1945, by the U.S. military photographer Elizabeth Miller.

A shaved woman during the liberation of France. 1944. Wow

The arrival of a boat carrying from Europe reunites a mother and son who had been separated throughout the war. By Henri-Cartier Bresson, 1946.

A closeup of a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's second Inauguration (March 4, 1865). Amongst the on-lookers was John Wilkes Booth, the man who would kill Lincoln just over one month later. Each man is circled.

Robert Mulka, second in command of Auschwitz and assistant of Rudolf Höß on a police photograph from the Hamburg police after his arrest in 1962.

The man in this much publicized Holocaust photo has been only recently identified as Rabbi Moshe Hegerman, the Rabbi of Olkusz in Poland. Brought to the town square for execution, he asked to be allowed to say Kaddish for his slain brethren. The soldiers laughed while watching him pray and then killed him. Never forget.

Helmuth Otto Ludwig Weidling was the general who was the last commander of the Berlin Defense Area during the Battle of Berlin. Almost executed by mistake on April 22, 1945, Weidling was cleared at the last moment and was ordered by Hitler personally to fight to the last man.On April 26, he tried to convince Hitler to break out of Berlin without effect.Weidling was taken POW by the Russians and died in captivity on Nov 17, 1955. His death, the Russians said, was due to a heart condition.

List of the accused and their sentences in the Buchenwald trial in 1947

Identity photo of Dirke Otten, who gave her identity card to a Jew in order to save her. Otten and her husband hid as many as 50 Jews in their home at one time