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Title: Never Again


1
Never Again
  • Holocaust

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Babi Yar
  • View of the ravine at Babi Yar circa 1944. On
    September 29-30, 1941, more than 33,000 Jewish
    residents of Kiev were marched to this site and
    systematically gunned down over the edge of the
    ravine by members of the Sonderkommando 4a of
    Einstazgruppen C. Thousands of Gypsies and Soviet
    POWs were also executed at this site between 1941
    and 1943. Photo credit Central Archives October
    Revolution, courtesy of USHMM Photo ARchive

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Jews March to Babi Yar
  • Jews on their way out of the city of Kiev to the
    Babi Yar ravine pass corpses in the street.
    Photo credit Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

4
Execution
  • Jewish women and children who have already
    surrendered their belongings form a small group
    as others in the background are ordered to
    discard their outer clothing and their
    possessions prior to execution. Photograph was
    taken October 16, 1941 in Lubny, the Ukraine.
    Photo credit Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

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Young Mother and Children
  • A young mother and her two children sit among a
    large group of Jews from Lubny who have been
    assembled for mass execution on October 16, 1941.
    Photo credit Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

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Execution of a Ukrainian Jew
  • German soldiers of the Waffen-SS and the Reich
    Labor Service look on as a member of
    Einsatzgruppe D prepares to shoot a Ukrainian Jew
    kneeling on the edge of a mass grave filled with
    the bodies of previous victims. Photo credit
    Library of Congress, courtesy of USHMM Photo
    Archives

7
View of the Entrance to Auschwitz
  • View of the entrance to the main camp of
    Auschwitz (Auschwitz I). The gate bears the motto
    "Arbeit Macht Frei" (Work makes one free). Photo
    credit Glowna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Przeciwko
    Narodowi Polskiemu, courtesy of USHMM Photo
    Archives

8
Sacks of Human Hair Packed for Dispatch to
Germany
  • Photograph taken immediately after the departure
    of the Germans from Auschwitz-Birkenau. Sacks of
    human hair packed for dispatch to Germany. Photo
    credit Glowna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Przeciwko
    Narodowi Polskiemu, courtesy of USHMM Photo
    Archives

9
Auschwitz Warehouse
  • A warehouse full of shoes and clothing
    confiscated from the prisoners and deportees
    gassed upon their arrival. Photo credit USHMM
    Photo Archives

10
Crematoria
  • Bones of anti-Nazi German women are visible in
    the crematoria in the concentration camp at
    Weimar, Germany. April 14, 1945. Photo Credit
    National Archives and Records Administration,
    item 111-SC-203461. Pfc. W. Chichersky,
    photographer.

11
A Crate Full of Rings Confiscated from Prisoners
in Buchenwald
  • A crate full of rings confiscated from prisoners
    in Buchenwald and found by American troops in a
    cave adjoining Buchenwald. Photo credit German
    National Archives

12
Commandant Eichelsdoerfer
  • SS officer Eichelsdoerfer, the commandant of the
    Kaufering IV concentration camp, stands among the
    corpses of prisoners killed in his camp. Photo
    credit Arnold Bauer Barach Collection, courtesy
    of USHMM Photo ARchives

13
German Girl Confronts Nazi Murders
  • A German girl is overcome as she walks past the
    exhumed bodies of some of the 800 slave workers
    murdered by the SS guards near Namering, Germany,
    and laid here so that townspeople may view the
    work of their Nazi leaders. Photo Credit
    National Archives and Records Administration,
    item 111-SC-264895. Cpl. Edward Belfer,
    photographer, May 17, 1945.

14
Death Train
  • American soldiers of the U.S. 7th Army force
    boys, believed to be Hitler youth, to examine
    boxcars containing bodies of prisoners starved to
    death by the SS. Photo credit National
    Archives, courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

15
German Civilians View Corpses
  • German civilians under U.S. military escort are
    forced to see a wagon loaded with corpses in
    Buchenwald. Photo credit National Archives,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

16
German Civilians Bury Corpses
  • German civilians from the town of Nordhausen bury
    the corpses of prisoners found in the Nordhausen
    concentration camp in mass graves. Photo credit
    USHMM

17
Eli Weisel at Buchenwald
  • Slave laborers in Buchenwald are liberated by the
    American Army in April, 1945. They survived in
    spite of miserable conditions overcrowding, lack
    of food, hard labor, and psychological torture.
    Eli Weisel appears as the last full face on the
    second bunk from the bottom.Courtesy of USHMM
    Photo Archives

18
Jewish Survivors at Ebensee
  • Emaciated Jewish survivors, who had been confined
    to the infirmary barracks at Ebensee, are
    gathered outside on the day after liberation. The
    survivor at center-left holding his metal name
    tag is Joachim Friedner, a twenty-one year-old
    Polish Jew from Krakow. Photo credit National
    Archives, courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

19
Mauthausen Survivors
  • Survivors in a barracks in Mauthausen. Note the
    tattoo on the chest of the man in the left
    foreground. Photo credit National Archives,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

20
Ohrdruf Concentration Camp
  • General Dwight D. Eisenhower with other Army
    members view the bodies of executed prisoners
    while on a tour of Ohrdruf concentration camp on
    April 12, 1945. Photo credit National Archives,
    courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives

21
Survivors of Bergen-Belsen
  • Survivors of Bergen-Belsen walk along the main
    street of the camp, past a pile of victims'
    shoes. Photo credit USHMM

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High-Altitude medical experiments in Dachau. In
order to test how pilots who have to eject from
their planes will fare, SS doctors simulated
high-altitude conditions in a chamber, and
exposed people to these conditions. Many
prisoners died during such experiments. In order
for the simulation to be as real as possible, the
prisoner is hung by parachute straps.
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