The photographer Marian Gid (left) and George Biddle, the American painter and correspondent for Time-Life on the Nuremberg Trials, during a visit with George Kadish (right), a photographer who survived the Kovno Ghetto and made clandestine photos there, at the opening of the exhibition of his ghetto photographs.
Hotel operators in Lakewood, New Jersey, instituted a tax return filing service for vacationers. An accountant employed by the hotel follows the fun seekers, whether they are on the ice-skating rinks, golf course, or indoor pools, and fills out their income tax returns free. Here accountant George Obern goes over the figures with Bea Singer while Barbara Weiner waits her turn.
Budapest-born kibbutznik-poet Hannah Senesh, one of thirty-two Jewish underground fighters recruited by the British Army to parachute into occupied Europe in 1944 and mobilize Jewish resistance. She was captured by the Gestapo in her native Hungary and executed by firing squad on November 8, 1944.