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SS guards at Auschwitz Concentration Camp, date unknownGeneral Victor Denain, General Wladyslaw Sikorski, and General Józef Zajac at the Polish Air Force training center at Bron, Poland, 27 Mar 1940; note MS 406 fighters
SS guards at Auschwitz Concentration Camp, date unknownGeneral Victor Denain, General Wladyslaw Sikorski, and General Józef Zajac at the Polish Air Force training center at Bron, Poland, 27 Mar 1940; note MS 406 fighters
German occupation administration destroying Adam Mickiewicz Monument in Kraków, Poland, 17 Aug 1940A freshly-constructed wall across a street in the city center defines the boundary of the Warsaw Ghetto for the city’s approximately 500,000 Jews, 20 Dec 1940.
German occupation administration destroying Adam Mickiewicz Monument in Kraków, Poland, 17 Aug 1940A freshly-constructed wall across a street in the city center defines the boundary of the Warsaw Ghetto for the city’s approximately 500,000 Jews, 20 Dec 1940.
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Hitler Youth Hour of Commemoration in front of the Town Hall in Tomaszow, occupied Poland, 11 May 1941
Two German soldiers in Lublin, Poland, May 1941Hitler Youth Hour of Commemoration in front of the Town Hall in Tomaszow, occupied Poland, 11 May 1941
Aerial photo of Sobibór, occupied Poland, 30 Sep 1941; photo taken by German Luftwaffe personnelA Christmas tree standing in front of Block 15 in Auschwitz I Concentration Camp, date unknown
Aerial photo of Sobibór, occupied Poland, 30 Sep 1941; photo taken by German Luftwaffe personnelA Christmas tree standing in front of Block 15 in Auschwitz I Concentration Camp, date unknown
German troops rounding up Polish civilians, Warsaw, Poland, 1942Aerial view of Gotenhafen (Gdynia), occupied Poland, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by a British RAF aircraft; note battlecruiser Gneisenau (white arrow) and carrier Graf Zeppelin (bottom)
German troops rounding up Polish civilians, Warsaw, Poland, 1942Aerial view of Gotenhafen (Gdynia), occupied Poland, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by a British RAF aircraft; note battlecruiser Gneisenau (white arrow) and carrier Graf Zeppelin (bottom)
Aerial view of Gotenhafen (Gdynia), occupied Poland, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by a British RAF aircraft; note battlecruiser Gneisenau (white arrow) and carrier Graf Zeppelin (bottom)Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1943
Aerial view of Gotenhafen (Gdynia), occupied Poland, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by a British RAF aircraft; note battlecruiser Gneisenau (white arrow) and carrier Graf Zeppelin (bottom)Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1943
Faye Lazebnik (front row, 1st from right) with fellow resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944Faye Lazebnik wit PPSh-41 submachine gun, 1942-1944
Faye Lazebnik (front row, 1st from right) with fellow resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944Faye Lazebnik wit PPSh-41 submachine gun, 1942-1944
Faye Lazebnik with resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944German railroad personnel, Sobibór, occupied Poland, 1940s
Faye Lazebnik with resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944German railroad personnel, Sobibór, occupied Poland, 1940s

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