World War Two: Under the Shadow of the Swastika

World War Two: Under the Shadow of the Swastika

is volume of Campfire’s graphic history of World War II deals with the war in Europe from the rise of the Nazis through to May 1945 and VE Day. World War II sho

Baker, Josephine - Signed Photo Postcard

Baker, Josephine - Signed Photo Postcard

Baker, Josephine - Signed Photo Postcard--I saw a movie about her life. She had a remarkable heart and wanted to reach out to children.

Mothers of Murdered Infants in Auschwitz Gave Breastmilk to Concentration Camp Children to Keep Them Alive

Mothers of Murdered Infants in Auschwitz Gave Breastmilk to Concentration Camp Children to Keep Them Alive

A street in the Warsaw ghetto - the biggest ghetto in the Poland, with almost half a million Jews. By the end of 1941 most Polish Jews had been moved into ghettos. The Warsaw ghetto was also used to temporarily imprison Jews deported from other countries on the way to the death camps.

A street in the Warsaw ghetto - the biggest ghetto in the Poland, with almost half a million Jews. By the end of 1941 most Polish Jews had been moved into ghettos. The Warsaw ghetto was also used to temporarily imprison Jews deported from other countries on the way to the death camps.

Romani ("Gypsy") children at Auschwitz, part of various medical experiments.  Most such experiments were terminal.

Romani ("Gypsy") children at Auschwitz, part of various medical experiments. Most such experiments were terminal.

Jozef and Wiktoria Ulma (who was 7 months pregnant at the time) and their six children were executed for hiding Jews in their own home Markowa, Poland.

Jozef and Wiktoria Ulma (who was 7 months pregnant at the time) and their six children were executed for hiding Jews in their own home Markowa, Poland.

Bronka Klibanski, 1942.  Jewish resistance. She obtained critical weapons for the Bialystok ghetto revolt, gathered intelligence, rescued other Jews and saved the secret archive of the ghetto; continued her underground activities after the Bialystok ghetto was destroyed, working with five young women to continue rescuing & helping Jews. They also smuggled weapons, supplies and medicine to the partisans in the forests near Bialystok, and were awarded medals as heroines of the USSR after the…

Bronka Klibanski, 1942. Jewish resistance. She obtained critical weapons for the Bialystok ghetto revolt, gathered intelligence, rescued other Jews and saved the secret archive of the ghetto; continued her underground activities after the Bialystok ghetto was destroyed, working with five young women to continue rescuing & helping Jews. They also smuggled weapons, supplies and medicine to the partisans in the forests near Bialystok, and were awarded medals as heroines of the USSR after the…

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