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Images of the ghetto in Vilnius

 

Images from the Vilnius [Vilna] Ghetto

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A barbed wire fence in the grove surrounding the Ponary mass extermination site near Vilnius (Vilna).
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A bunker at the Ponary mass extermination site, which housed the Jewish sonderkommando men.
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A Jewish woman being investigated by a Gestapo man during an Aktion in the Vilnius ghetto.
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A page with part of the -fighting guidelines- of the FPO Jewish underground in Vilnius
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A panel from an exhibition in the Jewish museum in Vilnius showing execution of Jews
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A pit at the Ponary mass extermination site near Vilnius (Vilna), containing shreds of clothing and the remains of the murdered victims themselves.
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A pit at the Ponary mass extermination site, in which the remains of victims can be seen.
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A scene from a theatrical version of the - Eternal Jew - staged in the Vilna ghetto
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A wounded Jewish fighter, with a yellow badge on his bandages, in a hospital in the Vilna ghetto.
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An alley in the Vilna ghetto
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An alley near the synagogue in Vilnius
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