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    Paris 1942 Jews | March 30, 1942: The first trainload of Jews ... | Holocaust & Genoc...

  • Diane Straley

    Suitcases that belonged to people deported to the Auschwitz camp.

  • Sarah Smith

    March 30, 1942: The first trainload of Jews from Paris arrive at Auschwitz. This photograph shows the many suitcases of those deported to Auschwitz, many of whom would never return. Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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