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Foto dos representantes dos quatro países que ratificaram a Convenção para a Prevenção e Repressão do Crime de Genocídio no dia 14 de outubro de 1950.  Sentados, da esquerda para a direita: o Dr. John P. Chang (Coréia), o Dr. Jean Price-Mars (Haiti), o presidente da Assembleia, o Embaixador Nasrollah Entezam (Irã), o Embaixador Jean Chauvel (França), e o Sr. Ruben Esquivel de la Guardia (Costa Rica); de pé, da esquerda para a direita, o Dr. Ivan Kerno (Secretário geral adjunto para Assuntos…

Foto dos representantes dos quatro países que ratificaram a Convenção para a Prevenção e Repressão do Crime de Genocídio no dia 14 de outubro de 1950. Sentados, da esquerda para a direita: o Dr. John P. Chang (Coréia), o Dr. Jean Price-Mars (Haiti), o presidente da Assembleia, o Embaixador Nasrollah Entezam (Irã), o Embaixador Jean Chauvel (França), e o Sr. Ruben Esquivel de la Guardia (Costa Rica); de pé, da esquerda para a direita, o Dr. Ivan Kerno (Secretário geral adjunto para Assuntos…

Excerpt from Anne Frank's diary, October 10, 1942: "This is a photograph of me as I wish I looked all the time. Then I might still have a chance of getting to Hollywood. But now I am afraid I usually look quite different."

Excerpt from Anne Frank's diary, October 10, 1942: "This is a photograph of me as I wish I looked all the time. Then I might still have a chance of getting to Hollywood. But now I am afraid I usually look quite different."

On October 2, 1940, the Warsaw ghetto was formally established. Six weeks later, on November 15, the ghetto was sealed with walls, as shown in this 1941 photograph. "Ghettoization" restricted the rights of Jews, created deplorable living conditions, and clustered Jews into condensed areas facilitating the eventual deportations to extermination camps.

On October 2, 1940, the Warsaw ghetto was formally established. Six weeks later, on November 15, the ghetto was sealed with walls, as shown in this 1941 photograph. "Ghettoization" restricted the rights of Jews, created deplorable living conditions, and clustered Jews into condensed areas facilitating the eventual deportations to extermination camps.

On starvation rations, Jews were forced to carry loads of bricks. Poland

On starvation rations, Jews were forced to carry loads of bricks. Poland

Stateless Jewish refugees at a tent camp in a no-man's-land between Czechoslovakia and Hungary. October 1938.

Stateless Jewish refugees at a tent camp in a no-man's-land between Czechoslovakia and Hungary. October 1938.

Warsaw Ghetto

Warsaw Ghetto

Wiesbaden, Germany, A synagogue in flames during Kristallnacht, 10/11/1938.

Wiesbaden, Germany, A synagogue in flames during Kristallnacht, 10/11/1938.

Fotografias, artefatos e mapas apresentados como evidência ao Tribunal Militar Internacional. Nuremberg, Alemanha, entre 20 de novembro de 1945 e 1° de outubro de 1946.

Fotografias, artefatos e mapas apresentados como evidência ao Tribunal Militar Internacional. Nuremberg, Alemanha, entre 20 de novembro de 1945 e 1° de outubro de 1946.

SS men search Jews for weapons. Warsaw, Poland, October or November 1939.

SS men search Jews for weapons. Warsaw, Poland, October or November 1939.

--- Photo by @andyhoccom --- Auschwitz I. Block 2 which is fully preserved and shows the conditions of life of prisoners. It was among first three blocks used in June 1940. In its history it belonged to the general camp Soviet POWs sector (October 1941-March 1942) and first female sector (March-August 1942)  Original caption: 'Block 2 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum.  A place which epitomises the extent of what human beings can do to each other when fuelled by hatred. "Those…

--- Photo by @andyhoccom --- Auschwitz I. Block 2 which is fully preserved and shows the conditions of life of prisoners. It was among first three blocks used in June 1940. In its history it belonged to the general camp Soviet POWs sector (October 1941-March 1942) and first female sector (March-August 1942) Original caption: 'Block 2 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum. A place which epitomises the extent of what human beings can do to each other when fuelled by hatred. "Those…

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