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Warsaw, Poland - Prior to Hitler's invasion of Poland, Warsaw had the second largest Jewish community in the world. Only New York City's was larger.

Janina Forbertówna, a resistance fighter from Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Janina Forbertówna (code name "Jasia"), a liason officer of the Armia Ludowa. Her fate is unknown.

Portrait of three-year-old Anna Glinberg, a Jewish child who was later killed during the mass execution at Babi Yar.

Jewish children (Poland, 1930s)

Revenge at Birkenau: Jewish dancer and actress shoots SS man Schillinger fatally and injures SS man Emmerich on 10/23/43 in the undressing room of crematorium II before she and her fellow women were to be gassed. She did a strip tease in front of the lecherous Schillinger in order to distract him and grab his gun. She shot both men after successfully grabbing it.

Kaba, Hungary, 1910, A Jewish family of the town. The elderly woman in the photograph was sent to Auschwitz in 1944, when she was 105 years old.

Eastern Front, August 1941: A Soviet POW poses wearing his Star of David. Orders to all German troops stressed that Jewish POWs were to be separated from the rest and held until further instructions. In the opening phases of the invasion, there was still no clear-cut plan. Later, Jewish POWs met mostly the fate of all other Jewish deportees.

German soldiers humiliating a Jewish elderly. I completely hate to see this hatred in the world, this shouldn't be in ppls hearts and minds no matter how different we are

Three Jewish children in the Feldafing displaced persons camp. Feldafing, Germany, 1946-1947.

Group portrait of four female members of the Ovitzs family, a family of Jewish dwarf entertainers known as the Lilliput Troupe, who survived Auschwitz by making themselves useful by entertaining the German troops. They were all very talented.

The Names of the Numbers: On December 11, 2005 a memorial for the 86 Jewish men and women who were selected and killed for the personal collection and permanent "skeleton exhibition" of nazi doctor August Hirt was erected on the Jewish Cemetery in Strasbourg-Cronenbourg.

Group portrait of Jewish children in the Warsaw ghetto posing around a baby in a carriage.