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The Holocaust was an attempt by Nazi Germany to eradicate all Jews in Europe during World War II ; as many as 17 million people died, 6 million of which were Jews. The Holocaust was the worst.

Rationing: Hunger and scarcity in the Francoist Spain in 1951, 12 years after the end of the civil war.

Rationing: Hunger and scarcity in the Francoist Spain in 12 years after the end of the civil war.

Descubren las crueles torturas que los americanos cometieron contra los nazis en Dachau

Stanley Roy informa: Descubren las crueles torturas que los americanos .

1943 / Red Army soldiers in a trench as a Russian tank passes over them during the Battle of Kursk

This video is shocking so you don't have to watch it but it shows which kind of terrible things happend in Aufschwichz.

During the Holocaust, it is estimated that the Nazis established approximately labor, death, and concentration camps in their occupied territories. Listed - and and then expounded upon below - is a list of all camps as classified by country (based

France was liberated in and women accused of having collaborated with Nazi personnel, are humiliated in public. At a time when people were overjoyed at seeing the Nazis leave, this image would have evoked feelings of victory.

A very rare photo of Anne Frank. Merwedeplein, Amsterdam, May 1941 - I was so shocked to see this photo. I did not seek to find a photo of Anne Frank. We all read the book. I did not have a separate PIN to put it in.

Imágenes que podrían haber cambiado el mundo

Margaret Bourke White - Pile of Corpses Snapped in Buchenwald camp, this deadly photograph was published in the May edition of TIME magazine in with the description: “Dead men will have indeed died in vain if live men refuse to look at them.

Dachau death camp, Germany, Prisoners reenact how they placed bodies in the crematorium, after the liberation.

Helen Keller and Alexander Graham Bell. This is a famous, intensely evocative photo, taken in of Alexander Graham Bell, Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller (seated). Bell introduced Keller to her famous teacher when Helen was a child.

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