Jewish children in the Lublin ghetto. The men behind them were forced to remove their caps in deference to a German officer standing next to the photographer. Poland, 1941–1942

Men of the Lublin ghetto, behind boys, wear arm bands earmarking them as Jews, shown during the German occupation of Poland. They are doffing their hats to the German officer who stood beside the photographer.

The deportations of Jews from Lublin, Poland began on 17 March 1942, and by April, some 30,000 Jews had been deported.  Most of the deportees were murdered in Belzec, the remainder in the forests surrounding Lublin.

March 1941 - Jews from Lublin, Poland, prior to their deportation.

During the entire period of its existence, the Majdanek camp was under construction. Construction on the camp began in October 1941 with the arrival of about 2,000 Soviet prisoners of war

During the entire period of its existence, the Majdanek camp was under construction. Construction on the camp began in October 1941 with the arrival of about Soviet prisoners of war

Soviet prisoners of war arrive at the Majdanek camp. Poland, between October 1941 and April 1944.

Soviet prisoners of war arrive at the Majdanek camp. Poland, between October 1941 and April

Soviet prisoners of war, survivors of the Majdanek camp, at the camp's liberation. Poland, July 1944.

Soviet prisoner`s of war / survivor`s of the Majdanek camp - at the camp's liberation - Poland July 1944

Field Fence, Lublin-Majdanek, Poland, 1993 - by Michael Kenna (1953), UK

Michael KENNA :: Field Fence, Lublin-Majdanek, Poland, from the series Concentration Camps,

Widok Zamku sprzed 1895r. (podobno)

Widok Zamku sprzed 1895r. (podobno)

Ulica Kowalska - granica getta, wykonane prawdopodobnie wiosną 1940 roku. Ich autorem jest oficer Wermahtu - Max Kirnberger

Ulica Kowalska - granica getta, wykonane prawdopodobnie wiosną 1940 roku. Ich autorem jest oficer Wermahtu - Max Kirnberger

Lublin 1930 Poland

Lublin 1930 Poland

Pinterest
Search