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Robert Clary was the youngest of 14 children. In 1942, because he was Jewish, he was deported to the Nazi concentration camp, Ottmuth. He was later sent to Buchenwald where he was liberated on 11 April 1945. Twelve other members of his immediate family were sent to Auschwitz. Clary was the only survivor. When he returned to Paris after the war, he learned that 3 of his siblings had not been taken away & survived the Nazi occupation of France. He played LeBeau on the t.v. show "Hogan's Heroes."

COWGIRL WANNABEES are everywhere! Taken in The Fancy Dress Studio at 37 Oxford Street, London, which provided the costumes for its sitters. I believe the horse has had the benefit of taxidermy... See two other shots with similar contents.

A matzah cover that Berta Weinschenk had in Theresienstadt. The matzah cover is stamped with the following: ALTERSHEIM der IKG. XIX, HOHE WARTE This indicates that the matzah cover originated in the Home for the Aged of the Jewish community in Vienna that was located in the 19th district on Hohe Warte.

A Jewish man attempts to make a living by playing music on a gramophone, which he wheels around in an old baby carriage. Warsaw ghetto, Poland, wartime.

Gun safety instruction in Indiana schools, 1956. My husband took a rifle to school back in the day for Show & Tell.

Little girl playing with guns left on streets of Berlin after war in 1945. Note the MP44s in the foreground, the precursor to AK-47.

"If it's natural to kill, how come men have to go into training to learn how?" - Joan Baez

Approximately 11 million Jews will be involved in the final solution of the European Jewish question, distributed among the individual countries. A reproduction of the protocol of the Wannsee conference.

Auschwitz II-Birkenau 1944. Hungarian Jewish women selected as able bodied at the BIIc sector of the camp. B&W original and colour interpretation by

German Jewish soldiers including military doctor Max Scherk gathered for a World War I Yom Kippur service outdoors in a forest

STILL FROM A POSTWAR SOVIET FILM: Jewish children, kept alive in the Auschwitz II (Birkenau) concentration camp, pose in concentration camp uniforms between two rows of barbed wire fencing after liberation. (After January 27, 1945)