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    • Jessica Blanchard

      Holocaust, my new interest...I will be on the hunt for descriptive and graphic books about world war II accounts.

    • Lydia Parker

      Jewish Deportation: Two Jewish women captured during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (April-May 1943) are escorted by German soldiers to the assembly point for deportation.

    • Ashley Atwood

      Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943: Nazis systematically burned and blew up the ghetto, block by block. The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest Jewish ghetto in Nazi-occupied Europe.

    • Tassos S

      Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April–May 1943. Among the SS units involved was the SS Panzer Gren. Training and Reserve Battalion III Warsaw of the 3rd SS Division. The photo is found in the Stroop Report of how the uprising was suppressed. SS General Stroop was in charge of the Warsaw operation and was hanged after the war for this and other war crimes.

    • anabel sánchez

      German soldiers lead Jews captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising to the assembly point for deportation. Poland, May 1943.

    • Abby

      Members of the Jewish resistance captured by SS troops during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.

    • Diane Straley

      on the way to the deportation siteWarsaw Ghetto Uprising

    • Kat A

      Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

    • Robin Wells

      Warsaw, WWII

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