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The graves of the Titanic dead Most of the gravestones identical, with the name and identification number of the victim, and the identical date of death, 15 April 1912. There are over 300 graves in Halifax, most in this cemetery, and also some in the Roman Catholic and Jewish cemeteries.

A group of German Jewish women in the Gurs prison camp, France. April 1941.

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Bochnia, Poland, Jewish women being executed. Jewish women sitting in a group, prior to being shot to death.

Jewish men stand at the edge of a mass grave in Nazi occupied Russia, waiting to be shot. Behind, more other men, and a young boy, wait their turn. The Nazis forced the Jews to strip as a form of degradation, and because it made escape more difficult. Also, their clothing was cleaned and sent to Germany for sale to Germans down on their luck. Note the well-dressed civilians observing the executions as if they were a carnival attraction.

Kovno, Lithuania, A young Lithuanian by the bodies of his Jewish victims, 24/06/1941.

An emaciated Jew from the Lodz ghetto awaits deportation to the Chelmno death camp.

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Shifra (far left) and Dora (second from right) Reznik with friends in prewar times. The two Jewish women escaped the massacre of September 9, 1941, in which Germans and their Lithuanian collaborators killed 740 men, women, and children in fields outside the town. They survived in hiding until liberation, thanks to the help they received from their Muslim neighbors, Jonas and Felicija Radlinskas

The bodies of Jewish women exhumed from a mass grave near Volary. The victims died at the end of a death march from Helmbrechts, a subcamp of Flossenbürg. Volary, Czechoslovakia, May 11, 1945.

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

Rosenstraße Women's Protest Memorial, Berlin This Berlin Holocaust Memorial commemorates a protest by Aryan women that sucessfully stopped the deportation of their jewish husbands. The sculpture is called the 'Block der Frauen' by Ingeborg Hunzinger, and stands on Rosenstraße in central Berin. It is carved from soapstone, which is very soft, and will eventually be disolved by the elements. A symbol of the hope that time will heal painful memories. Dean Ayres, via Flickr

Two Jewish women in Nazi-occupied Paris prior to the mass arrests throughout the Jewish community by the French police on 16-17 July 1942.