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Vienna Image Gallery

Images of the Holocaust in Vienna



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A bus transporting German soldiers on a street in Vienna
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A directive from the Jewish community in Vienna requiring the recipient to report to the community's offices on October 17, 1941 to receive instructions prior to reporting to an assembly camp (for deportation)
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A German letter notifying of 570 deported Hungarian Jews in Vienna, rounded up for deportation.
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A German officer overseeing Jews from Vienna who hold their belongings as they board a railroad freight car
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A Jewish man forced to paint anti-Jewish graffiti on a shuttered storefront. Vienna, Austria, March 1938.
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A parade of German soldiers marching past St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, upon the annexation of Austria to the Reich
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Adolf Hitler and entourage view a military parade following the annexation of Austria (the Anschluss). Vienna, Austria, March 1938
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An SS officer conducting a search of an office in the Jewish community building in Vienna
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