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Radom Ghetto in pictures!

Images from the Radom Ghetto

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A German soldier taking down the details of a Jew in the Radom ghetto.
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A Jew forced to stand below a German warning sign in Radom
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A Jewish laborer from the Radom ghetto is forced to show a German guard what is concealed beneath his sweater
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A barber cutting a Jew's beard in the Radom ghetto.
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A decree published in Radom forbidding Jews to live on designated streets in the city as of February 1940.
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A decree published in Radom on April 3, 1941, regarding setting up a ghetto for the city's Jews.
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A dwelling in the Radom ghetto.
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A letter sent by the police and SS headquarters in the Radom district, warning against aid or information being given by Poles to Jews.
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A main street the Radom ghetto.
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A man in civilian clothes inspecting the documents of a Jew in Radom.
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A postcard showing the Bank of Poland building in Radom.
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A view of a street in the Radom ghetto.
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Copyright Carmelo Lisciotto H.E.A.R.T 2010



Copyright Carmelo Lisciotto H.E.A.R.T 2010

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