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    Portrait of Herschel Grynszpan taken after his arrest by French authorities for the assassination of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath. November 7, 1938.

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    Exterior view of the old synagogue in Aachen, built in 1862. 1938.

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    View of the Zerrennerstrasse synagogue in Pforzheim. 1930.

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    The Star of David atop the Zerrennerstrasse synagogue in Pforzheim lies bent over the cupola as a result of the burning of the synagogue on ...

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    Torah scrolls desecrated during the Kristallnacht pogrom, are displayed on the fourth floor of the permanent exhibition at the U.S. Holocaus...

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    A pile of Hebrew prayerbooks and other Jewish religious texts damaged by fire at the synagogue in Bobenhausen II, District Vogelsberg, durin...

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    Newly arrived prisoners, still in their civilian clothes, and after shaving and disinfection, stand at roll call in Buchenwald concentration...

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    German women whose relatives had desecrated the Straubing synagogue on Kristallnacht are forced to clean it on the strong suggestion of Amer...

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    A prayer in both Hebrew and Dutch to be recited on Sabbath and holidays in memory of the victims of Kristallnacht. The Netherlands, 1938.

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    Prayerbooks lie scattered on the floor of the choir loft in the Zerrennerstrasse synagogue, destroyed on Kristallnacht. November 10, 1938.

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