29 August Jews arriving at the Wiesbaden train station, about to be deported. Later the same day they were deported to Frankfurt, and on the of September to Theresienstadt. Nearly all of them were later murdered in Auschwitz.
Members of the "Beitar" pioneering training battalion in Nadwórna, 8 July 1931. In October 1941, the Germans and Ukrainian police murdered over 2,000 Jews from Nadwórna in an aktion in a nearby forest. In April 1942, the remaining Jews of the city were enclosed in two ghettos – to which more Jews were brought from the surrounding villages. In October and November 1942, the last Jews of Nadwórna were murdered, and the community ceased to exist
Kalman Linkimer (right) and Joseph Mandelshtam, who were hidden in the home of Righteous Among the Nations Robert Seduls and his wife Johanna with another nine Jews from the liquidation of the Liepāja ghetto in October 1943. In March 1945, Robert was killed by a Russian shell, but Johanna continued to hide the Jews until the liberation of the city by the Red Army in May 1945
Some were teenagers brought into the persecution by the Hitler Youth organization. Some boys were taken in by the shiny badges and uniforms and others, with support of parents, did not join in with the Germans