Meninos alemães lêem edição do jornal "Der Stuermer" afixado a um mural na entrada da sede do Partido Nazista na região de Dresden. O slogan alemão (parcialmente escondido), na parte inferior do mural diz, "Os judeus são a nossa desgraça."
The unceasing anti-Semitism of Der Stürmer newspaper run by radical anti-Semite Julius Streicher. Under a sign saying "With the Stürmer against the Jews" is a page display beneath the Nazi slogan "The Jews are our misfortune."
A sinagoga em Oberramstadt (uma cidade ao sudoeste da Alemanha) em chamas durante a Noite dos Cristais. Oberramstadt, Alemanha, 9 e 10 de novembro de 1938.
aww, God bless them. pinner writes: When troops liberated the concentration camps they were unprepared for what they encountered. Here a U.S. soldier holds a victim of Nazi terror sobbing in relief of his liberation.
This is Elfriede Rinkel. In her twenties she was a guard at Ravensbrück. At the tail end of the Second World War, from June 1944 to April 1945, she was an acting handler of the viciously trained SS guard dogs. In 1959 Rinkel left for the United States where she was admitted as an immigrant. In the 1960s she met a German Jew, Fred William Rinkel and they married in 1962. Her husband had fled Nazi Germany and escaped the Holocaust but died never knowing of his wife’s past.
Today in WW2 history 3/5/45 The 1st US Army reaches Köln (what's left of it). "The German is now licked. It is merely a question of when he chooses to quit." So said British Field Marshall 1st Viscount Alan Brooke to Eisenhower. The gamble in the Ardennes had failed. When American soldiers reached Cologne (Köln) they completely surprised the hastily trained German defenders. The city fell under American control in only two days.
Eva Kor, Holocaust Survivor. Eva Kor is a Holocaust survivor and victim of Dr. Josef Mengele’s “Angel of Death,” medical experiments on twins at Auschwitz. Kor and her sister launched a search for other twins who survived Mengele’s experiments, located 122 individual survivors. She founded C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Holocaust museum in Indiana.