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Forbidden Photographs of the Warsaw Ghetto Best of Web Shrine

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Portrait of Tosia Altman (1918-1943), member of the Jewish underground in the Warsaw ghetto.

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Warsaw Ghetto: Tram with a Star turning from Leszno street into Karmelicka Street, Warsaw, Poland, 25 May 1941.

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A farewell letter written by Srul Shaya Kalezyk on 15 February, 1944, about 10 months after the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. "I am still alive. I don't know if I will be tomorrow. I write at a time when there are no longer any Jews in Warsaw..." It was found among the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1965.

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last remaining piece of ghetto wall in Warsaw

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Forbidden Photographs of the Warsaw Ghetto Page 2 of 2 Best of Web Shrine

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Where the Warsaw Ghetto once stood, Hanukkah candles light the night

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from Mail Online

Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland

Despite the awfulness of her predicament, in the Kutno ghetto this young Jewish woman manages to smile brightly for the camera as she poses for Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's personal photographer.

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Dead at 98: Heroic Irena Sendler, who helped save 2,500 Jewish children from the Nazis

Heroic Irena Sendler, who helped save 2,500 Jewish children and babies from the Nazis by smuggling them out of Warsaw Ghetto away from concentration camps, a truly amazing woman and amazing story!

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