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The interior of a barracks at the Westerbork transit camp, after liberation. Westerbork, the Netherlands, after April 12, 1945.

The interior of a barracks at the Westerbork Nazi transit camp, after liberation. Westerbork, the Netherlands, after April

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Holocaust symbol Settela Steinbach, at 9 years, staring out of a deportation train in Westerbork, Holland. Died along with her Roma family in Auschwitz,

Anne Frank House: Hello Silberberg, the friend of Anne Frank, has died.

Hello Silberberg, the friend of Anne Frank, has died.

Hello Silberberg, the friend of Anne Frank who met with her on the last morning before she went into hiding, has died.

A posed portrait of Hans Michael Frank (23 May 1900 – 16 October 1946), the Governor General of occupied Poland, who was hanged at Nuremberg for his troubles in Oct 1946. According to court psychiatrist Gustav Gilbert, Frank was "one of the most intelligent, but emotionally unstable [Nazi] old fighters" who joined Hitler early on. Frank was the only senior Nazi defendant who admitted his guilt and repented before hanging.

Hans Michael Frank May 1900 – 16 October was a German lawyer who worked for the Nazi party during the and After Hitler's ascension to power in Frank became Nazi Germany's chief jurist. He was appointed as Governor-General of occupied Poland

Photos of children used in Kurt Heissmeyer's tuberculosis experiment at Neuengamme. The children of the Bullenhuser Damm show incisions where axillary lymph nodes had been surgically removed after they were deliberately infected with tuberculosis. These experimental subjects were 'for research purposes only,' and destroyed later. http://catholiccitizenamerica.blogspot.com/2015/09/kidneys-experiments-and-ethics.html

Nazi Human Experimentation: Child victims of Nazi experimentation show incisions where axillary lymph nodes had been surgically removed after they were deliberately infected with tuberculosis at Neuengamme concentration camp. They were later murdered.

Miep and Jan Gies, the Dutch couple who hid Anne Frank, her sister, Margot Frank,  her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, Hermann van Pels, his wife Auguste, their son, Peter, and Dr. Fritz Pfeffer in a secret attic behind a moveable bookcase. Their profound heroism, the chances they took, the risk to their own lives, their extraordinary loyalty, is truly humbling and remarkable.

Miep and Jan Gies, the Dutch couple who hid Anne Frank, her sister, parents and 4 others in a secret attic behind a bookcase

A May 1935 passport photograph of Anne Frank (from the Anne Frank Fonds-Basel/Anne Frank House and Getty Images)

May 1935 Anne Frank passport photo (from Anne Frank Fonds-Basel/Anne Frank House and Getty Images)

MAY WE NEVER EVER FORGET~ I KNOW I NEVER WILL~ RIP ANNE, REST. YOU'RE FINALLY HOME.  ♥ / ANNE FRANK

Anne Frank house, Amsterdam: to see the small attic appartment.

The restoration of Merwedeplein 37, Anne's home in Amsterdam until she went into hiding in July 1942 Entrance to 37-2

The restoration of Merwedeplein Anne's home in Amsterdam until she went into hiding in July 1942 Entrance to

Kamp Schoorl bij Schoorl werd in 1939 ingericht als legerkamp. In de Tweede Wereldoorlog werd het kamp door de Duitse bezetter gebruikt als internerings- en concentratiekamp. Commandant was Hans Stöver; een van de bewakers was Karl Berg. Schoorl was het eerste gevangenenkamp dat de Duitsers in Nederland inrichtten. Eind 1941 werd het gesloten.

During World War II, Kamp Schoorl was a concentration camp. It was originally built as a Dutch army camp, but then became a prison for Jews and political prisoners, some of whom were deported to concentration camps in the east.

Inside a brick prisoners barrack. Such barracks were the first buildings at the Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp. /  (Theo van Geenen)

Inside a brick prisoners barrack. Such barracks were the first buildings at the Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp.

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Detail van de benen van een schaars geklede jongen voor een deur op straat in de hongerwinter, Amsterdam (1944-1945)

The legs of a young Dutch man during the terrible period we have named Winter of Hunger. The German denied food to the Dutch during one of the coldest winters of Dutch history.

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