History of the Holocaust

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Paris, France, 1942 13-year-old Tauba Szmukler was deported with her mother from the Drancy camp in France on February 11, 1943. She perished in Auschwitz.

Paris, France, 1942 13-year-old Tauba Szmukler was deported with her mother from the Drancy camp in France on February 11, 1943. She perished in Auschwitz.

Frank Sachnowitz from Larvik, Norway, was arrested at the age of 17 on October 26, 1942. He was deported to Auschwitz, where his father and five brothers and sisters were murdered. Frank was selected for the skeleton exhibit of nazi doctor August Hirtz. Frank died in the gaschamber of KZ Natzweiler-Struthof.

Frank Sachnowitz from Larvik, Norway, was arrested at the age of 17 on October 26, 1942. He was deported to Auschwitz, where his father and five brothers and sisters were murdered. Frank was selected for the skeleton exhibit of nazi doctor August Hirtz. Frank died in the gaschamber of KZ Natzweiler-Struthof.

Thrace,Greece March 1943, boarding a deportation train to Auschwitz

Thrace,Greece March 1943, boarding a deportation train to Auschwitz

SS-Sturmbannführer (major) Richard Baer (right) with Oswald Pohl. Baer was the commandant of the Auschwitz I concentration camp from May 1944 to February 1945. After the war, he made himself scarce and found a job as a forester. In 1960 he was recognized and arrested. He died in prison of a heart attack in 1963.

SS-Sturmbannführer (major) Richard Baer (right) with Oswald Pohl. Baer was the commandant of the Auschwitz I concentration camp from May 1944 to February 1945. After the war, he made himself scarce and found a job as a forester. In 1960 he was recognized and arrested. He died in prison of a heart attack in 1963.

Simon Boruchowiz Nationality : Jewish Residence :Paris, France Death : August 19, 1942 Cause : Murdered in Auschwitz ( buried in Auschwitz death camp ) Age : 3 years

Simon Boruchowiz Nationality : Jewish Residence :Paris, France Death : August 19, 1942 Cause : Murdered in Auschwitz ( buried in Auschwitz death camp ) Age : 3 years

The Sonderaktion 1005 began in May 1942 to hide any evidence that people had been murdered by the Nazis in Aktion Reinhard in occupied Poland.The operation, which was conducted in strict secrecy from 1942–1944, used prisoners to exhume mass graves and burn the bodies. These work groups were officially called Leichenkommandos ("corpse units"). In this photo, a Sonderkommando 1005 unit stand next to a bone crushing machine at Janowska concentration camp in 1943.

The Sonderaktion 1005 began in May 1942 to hide any evidence that people had been murdered by the Nazis in Aktion Reinhard in occupied Poland.The operation, which was conducted in strict secrecy from 1942–1944, used prisoners to exhume mass graves and burn the bodies. These work groups were officially called Leichenkommandos ("corpse units"). In this photo, a Sonderkommando 1005 unit stand next to a bone crushing machine at Janowska concentration camp in 1943.

Portrait of two teenage sisters in the Westerbork transit camp. Pictured are Sibyll and Ruthild Gruenthal. They sailed on the St. Louis but were returned to Holland. Both perished at Auschwitz ~

Portrait of two teenage sisters in the Westerbork transit camp. Pictured are Sibyll and Ruthild Gruenthal. They sailed on the St. Louis but were returned to Holland. Both perished at Auschwitz ~

Ozarow, Poland, Prewar, Pupils of a heder (a religious elementary school). There were no survivors from this picture found.

Ozarow, Poland, Prewar, Pupils of a heder (a religious elementary school). There were no survivors from this picture found.

A Child Feeding his Sister, Lodz Ghetto, Poland.

A Child Feeding his Sister, Lodz Ghetto, Poland.

July 1942, Thessaloniki, Greece: Portrait of a young Jewish man being pressed into forced labor by the Germans. By the end of the following year, the entire Jewish population of Thessaloniki had been deported to Auschwitz.

July 1942, Thessaloniki, Greece: Portrait of a young Jewish man being pressed into forced labor by the Germans. By the end of the following year, the entire Jewish population of Thessaloniki had been deported to Auschwitz.

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