70. anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising is today, August 1st, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

70. anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising is today, August 1st, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

kamienica Kacperskich tzw. "Żelazko" pl. Unii Lubelskiej odcinek Polna - Szucha

kamienica Kacperskich tzw. "Żelazko" pl. Unii Lubelskiej odcinek Polna - Szucha

Dachau, Germany, Buchenwald survivor Benyomin and his father at the train station.

Dachau, Germany, Buchenwald survivor Benyomin and his father at the train station.

Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman)  was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin, Germany after a trial in 1945. One of her favorite "games" was unleashing her starving shepherd dog on helpless prisoners -- hence her nickname "The woman with the dogs."

Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman) was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin, Germany after a trial in 1945. One of her favorite "games" was unleashing her starving shepherd dog on helpless prisoners -- hence her nickname "The woman with the dogs."

Lithuanian librarian Ona Simaite took food to Jews in the Vilna ghetto, helped hide many Jews outside the ghetto, and saved valuable Jewish literary and historical materials. Vilna, 1941.    — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Lithuanian librarian Ona Simaite took food to Jews in the Vilna ghetto, helped hide many Jews outside the ghetto, and saved valuable Jewish literary and historical materials. Vilna, 1941. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Jewish refugee children from Germany—part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport)—at the holiday camp at Dovercourt Bay, nea

Jewish refugee children from Germany—part of a Children's Transport (Kindertransport)—at the holiday camp at Dovercourt Bay, nea

“On November 15, 1938, German authorities banned Jewish children from attending German public schools. This photograph shows a Jewish high school class, including a young Henry Kissinger (front row, left), in Fuerth, Germany.

“On November 15, 1938, German authorities banned Jewish children from attending German public schools. This photograph shows a Jewish high school class, including a young Henry Kissinger (front row, left), in Fuerth, Germany.

A freed prisoner beating a German camp guard at the liberated Dachau Concentration Camp in 1945.

A freed prisoner beating a German camp guard at the liberated Dachau Concentration Camp in 1945.

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