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Warsaw, Poland, A coffin on a wagon in the cemetery, surrounded by people crying.

Warsaw, Poland, A coffin on a wagon in the cemetery, surrounded by people crying.

section of the Krakow Ghetto wall

Jews selling their possessions in Krakow Ghetto. Joseph Kempler and his family had to sell their personal belongings to Polish citizens. Read more in The Altered I: Memoir of Joseph Kempler, Holocaust Survivor, by April Voytko Kempler.

Krakow Ghetto

Holocaust photograph: Three elderly Jews walk arm-in-arm through the streets of Krakow during the final liquidation action of the ghetto.

A round-up of Jews in the Podgrski Market, Cracow. Photograph by Jzef Seweryn.

April 1941. One of the main streets in the Krakow Ghetto during a deportation.

April One of the main streets in the Kraków Ghetto during a deportation

Jewish couple in the Krakow ghetto

A Jewish couple on a street in the Krakow ghetto. The woman is holding a milk jug. The man has an armband on his right sleeve. Photographed, apparently, by a German soldier.

Razzia in Rotterdam op 10 en 11 november 1944

Jews being marched out of the Kraków ghetto in March On March around people, the last survivors of the pre war Jewish population of around people in Kraków, were sent to the Plaszów concentration camp.

The Krakow Ghetto

A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, Kurenets, Volozhin, Vishnevo and Dolhinov by the Nazis.

Krakow Ghetto: Jews in the street.

A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, Kurenets, Volozhin, Vishnevo and Dolhinov by the Nazis.

A Krakow streetcar worker installing a sign separating Jewish and non-Jewish passengers. The sign, in German and Polish, indicates with arrows that Jews go to the left, non - Jews to the right.

A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, Kurenets, Volozhin, Vishnevo and Dolhinov by the Nazis.

A Jewish girl stands next to the ghetto wall in Krakow

The Nazi's built a wall. there were only three exits, but anyone found trying to get out was shot on the spot.