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Roman Vishniac - Lost Jews of Poland

Roman Vishniac Sara, sitting in bed in a basement dwelling, with stenciled flowers above her head, Warsaw, ca.

Entrance to the Old Ghetto, Kraków, from the series Polish Jews

Roman Vishniac, Entrance to the Old Ghetto, Kraków, from the series Polish Jews, 1937

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20 Fascinating Black and White Photographs Captured Jewish Children's Life of Eastern Europe in the ~ vintage everyday

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World – Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe 1935—1939

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World – Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe

Roman Vishniac. Lost children of Europe

Young Jewish boy in Poland before the Holocaust, photo by Roman Vishniac

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Roman Vishniac - Poland, A little boy, dressed in his mother's blouse, automatically protects his head when a stranger approaches. What fear and bewilderment did these children face?

R. Vishniac. Warshav, Poland 1938. Woodcarrier with a load of firewood and charcoal (A Vanished World)

Jewish man struggling to carry load of kindling and coal. Location: Warsaw, Poland Date taken: 1938 Photographer: John Phillips

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photos by Roman Vishniac: Jewish street vendors, Warsaw, Poland,

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