Ghetto de Lublin, 1940. Max Kirnberger. Officier de la Wehrmacht pendant la guerre, il se rend entre 1939 et 1941 à Lublin, Zamosc, Izbica Lubelska et Rzeszow. Kirnberger meurt en 1983 et c’est sa fille qui confie ses 490 négatifs datant de la période 1937-1941 – parmi lesquels 70 relatifs au ghetto de Lublin – Deutsches Historisches Museum à Berlin.
Nazi soldier kidnapping a Polish child for the Lebensborn program. Thousands of Polish children were kidnapped and subjected to "Germanisation" by sending them to re-education camps and fostering them out to German families.
Warsaw, Poland, An emaciated young man sitting in the middle of the street. Taken by the German photographer Willi George in the summer of The photographs are unique in that they were not staged, but showed the ghetto as it truly was.
Warsaw, Poland A boy dressed in rags sitting on a street, starving in the ghetto. The Germans were beasts who starved Jewish people and also Catholic Poles. To this day Germans are still loathed in Poland.