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Happy Chanukah by Center for Jewish History, NYC, via Flickr

Prewar portrait of two Belgian Jewish sisters who later were killed in Auschwitz. Linked is the story of their two sisters' survival in hiding at a convent.

August 1943: Felice Schragenheim, a Jew living in Berlin, and Lilly Wust, mother of 4 and wife of a Nazi soldier, had a private picnic and took a few photos of themselves as a couple. That night, Felice was arrested by the Gestapo. She died at 22 in a concentration camp; Lilly lived into her 90's. The 1999 film "Aimée & Jaguar" tells the story of their passionate affair in wartime Berlin.

The little ones that got away: Incredible stories of Jewish children who survived the Nazi holocaust Heart-moving stories of 15 of these children are told for the first time Book, by Tina Huettl and Alexander Meschnig released in English. By ALLAN HALL. PUBLISHED: 23 March

Holocaust remembrance day..... I don't know why I'm so drawn to the holocaust! It's amazing what people went through... So sad

"March of the Living" People sit on the rail of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp, in Oswiecim, as they take part in the annual "March of the Living". The annual March of the Living, which commemorates the six million Jews killed during the Holocaust, was launched in 1988, drawing thousands of people from around the world, including Jewish youth and elderly Holocaust survivors.

Helga Kann, little German Jewish girl. Photo taken before WW2, nothing else is known. She likely perished in the Holocaust.

Baranow, Poland, A Jewish boy who perished in the Holocaust. Over 1.6 million children were murdered during holocaust

German Jewish soldiers including military doctor Max Scherk gathered for a World War I Yom Kippur service outdoors in a forest

This is a photo from an event called Kristallnacht, where rioters who were instigated by the Nazi regime, destroyed and marked Jewish businesses. Jews were forced to only buy from other Jewish run stores marked with the Star of David and the word “Jew.” This relates to the picture of a man kicking a Jewish person from the store out onto the street, further showing segregation. Boycott Jews April 1 1933[Print Photo].Retrieved from

The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Massacre at Babi Yar included this child.