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      Studio portrait of a Jewish girl in Duesseldorf. Pictured is Helga Kann. Officially declared stateless, she probably perished in the Holoc...

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

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      Helga Kann, a German Jewish girl. This photograph was taken before World War II. Nothing else is known about her. She likely perished in the Holocaust.

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