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Page from the diary of Peter Feigl, a Jewish child hidden in the Protestant village of le Chambon-sur-Lignon. The photos show his parents, who perished in a concentration camp. The text is in French and German. Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, France, 1942-1943.

Private journal kept by Klaus Peter (later Pierre) Feigl, an Austrian/German Jewish refugee child living in France during World War II.

WWI: Massed German prisoners of war at a clearing station after the successful Allied offensive near Amiens in Northern France, which began on the 8th August 1918. General Ludendorff described it as ‘The Black Day of the German Army’. - Found via Buzzfeed

WWI: Massed German prisoners of war at a clearing station after the successful Allied offensive near Amiens in Northern France, which began on the August General Ludendorff described it as ‘The Black Day of the German Army’

During the invasion, dummy paratroopers were tossed out over Calais to make the Germans think the invasion was taking place there, rather than in Normandy.

During the invasion, dummy paratroopers were tossed out over Calais to make the Germans think the invasion was taking place there, rather than in Normandy.

Germany Drawings From Dachau-Nazi patches and a cover page with a photo of Arnold Unger are seen in an album of drawings from the Dachau concentration camp by Polish artist Michal Porulski at the International Tracing Service at Bad Arolsen, Germany, Aug. 21, 2007. After her father's suicide in 1972, Shari Klages found the thick leather-bound album with 30 ink-and-watercolor drawings that convey the brutality of Dachau. (AP Photo/Arthur Max)

Germany Drawings From Dachau-Nazi patches and a cover page with a photo of Arnold Unger are seen in an album of drawings from the Dachau concentration camp by Polish artist Michal Porulski at the International Tracing Service at Bad Arolsen, Germany, Aug. 21, 2007. After her father's suicide in 1972, Shari Klages found the thick leather-bound album with 30 ink-and-watercolor drawings that convey the brutality of Dachau. (AP Photo/Arthur Max)

"Imre Kertész (b.1929) - Nobel Prize winner, as a kid in with concentration camp number.  Writer was a holocaust survivor who´s novel Sorstalanság is one of the best holocaust books ever written."

Imre Kertész - Nobel Prize winning writer, pictured as a child with her concentration camp number. She was a holocaust survivor whose novel Sorstalanság is one of the best holocaust books ever written.

Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Poland..I've always wanted to visit. Would make learning about it hit home.

Images taken at the notorious Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and Birkenau in Poland. Uploaded with the Flock Browser

Concentration camp of Mauthausen - map. Joseph Kempler spent a month in this diabolical camp, hauling stones up the famous 186-steps. Read more about his harrowing tale in The Altered I: Memoir of Joseph Kempler, Holocaust Survivor, by April Voytko Kempler. Available on Amazon and Google Play books. https://play.google.com/store/books/details/April_Voytko_Kempler_The_Altered_I?id=kUxNAgAAQBAJ

Mauthausen, once consisted of a single camp, but expanded over time until it became one of the largest labour camps in Germany - controlled Europe. This map shows the general layout of the camp, and the various facilities they had there.

Nazi bone-crushing machine used to grind human bones in order to obtain fertilizer in the Janowska concentration camp. August 1944.  — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

I've seen a lot of WWII images. -- Nazi bone-crushing machine used to grind human bones in order to obtain fertilizer in the Janowska concentration camp. August — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Bildergebnis für braunschweig ss

Bildergebnis für braunschweig ss

The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor. The group became known for an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign, lasting from June 1942 until February 1943, that called for active opposition to dictator Adolf Hitler's regime.  The six most recognized members of the group were arrested by the Gestapo and beheaded in 1943. The text of their sixth…

The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor. The group became known for an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign, lasting from June 1942 until February 1943, that called for active opposition to dictator Adolf Hitler's regime. The six most recognized members of the group were arrested by the Gestapo and beheaded in 1943. The text of their sixth…

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