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Berlin, Images of the city and the Holocaust

Images of the Holocaust in Berlin

 

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A Berlin pedestrian stops to read an issue of the antisemitic newspaper Der Stuermer
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A German Jewish man looks out the window of a train as he leaves Berlin for Sourth Africa
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A Jewish Haushaltsauweis issued in Berlin 1943
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A Jewish house in Berlin, boarded up and partially demolished.
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A Jewish man carrying two bags walks down the main commerical street of the Berlin Jewish quarter
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A police form stamped with a red letter J for Jude, that registers the residence of the Jewish child
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A postwar kosher butcher shop in East Berlin.
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A roll call of inmates newly arrived at the Oranienburg camp in Berlin
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A telegram regarding Jewish skilled industrial laborers who were deported from Berlin to the Auschwitz camp.
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Ancient gravestones and a memorial plaque in the Jewish cemetery on Grosse Hamburger Strasse in Berlin
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Anti - Jewish slogans on banners displayed at a Nazi party rally in Berlin.
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Berliin youth read posters from Der Stuermer
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