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1939 Jewish Woman in Kutno Poland ghetto

Daily life: An aerial view of the Kutno Ghetto which was set up on the grounds of a sugar factory

Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland

Haunting color photos made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and

Irma Grese, the Mass Murderess of Bergen-Belsen, during the Belsen Trial. According to inmate testimony, Grese was fond of whipping inmates and was said to never have been without her boots, whip, or pistol at anytime. Fond of physical and emotional torture, and was said to have delighted in shooting prisoners in cold blood. Her trial took 53 days, and when the verdict was read she was found guilty. Irma Grese was executed on 13 December 1946 at 22 years of age.

“ Irma Grese, the “Mass Murderess” of Bergen-Belsen, during the Belsen Trial. ” As the Allies argued in their case–don’t let her appearance deceive you, Irma Grese was a woman with a streak of cruelty wider than the state of Texas.

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Young German soldier tries to humiliate elderly Polish Jew by cutting his beard. As with all bullies, the strong bear the real shame for preying on the weak. If this soldier survived war & saw this pix, did he feel ashamed?

Jeune homme Français aide mitrailleur de la 70ème Division, 7e armée américaine, nettoyer son arme à Etzling, France. En date du 22 février 1945. Photo de Corps de signal.

A young French boy helps a machine gunner in Etzling, France

Lodz, Poland, A girl in the ghetto, with a Jewish policeman in the background.

Lodz, Poland: A girl in the ghetto, with a Jewish policeman in the background.

Nicknamed the Beautiful Beast. Irma Grese was a concentration camp guard and one of the few women to be called to account for her crimes. She was hanged in 1945 at the age of 22

The Nazi women who were every bit as evil as the men: From the mother

Nicknamed the Beautiful Beast. Irma Grese was a concentration camp guard and one of the few women to be called to account for her alleged crimes. She was hanged in 1945 at the age of

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

The Jews of Wiesbaden during the first Period of the Nazi Regime, until the Kristallnacht Pogrom

Lodz, Poland, A straw-shoe workshop for the German army. Belongs to collection: Yad Vashem Photo Archive Additional Information: In 1987 someone rummaging in a second hand bookstore in Vienna came across a set of about 400 color slides. Upon examination, they turned out to be images of the Lodz ghetto, taken by

Lodz, Poland, A straw-shoe workshop for the German army.

Guardianas nazis arrestadas tras la entrada de los Aliados en un campo de concentración.

Suspected war criminals in Germany - Third from the left is Juana Bormann, a guard at multiple concentration camps who was executed in (via Yad Vashem)

SS man looks down on an exhausted Jew in one of many Labour camps

World War II - an SS guard beating a concentration camp prisoner.

Children in Theresienstadt - Established in 1941, Theresienstadt concentration camp, also referred to as Theresienstadt Ghetto, was established by the SS in the fortress and garrison city of Terezín, located in what is now the Czech Republic. Tens of thousands of children were held there for months or years, before being sent by rail transports to their deaths at Treblinka and Auschwitz extermination camps in occupied Poland, as well as to smaller camps elsewhere.

CAVEAT: This image is a publicity still from the current play "Terezin: Children of the Holocaust", by Anna Smulowitz. It is not a genuine wartime picture.

1943- Captured Jewish resistance fighters from the Warsaw ghetto, Poland.

Women Jewish resistance fighters captured by the Germans during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, among them Malka Zdrojewicz (right), who survived Majdanek extermination camp.

Kristallnacht. A "violent series of pogroms, which flared up across Germany and Austria through November 9 and 10 [1938]." A young Jewish refugee had assassinated the German diplomat Ernst vom Rath. "When the news of vom Rath’s death reached Nazi higher-ups, Joseph Goebbels made a speech in which he stated that 'the Führer has decided that… demonstrations should not be prepared or organized by the party, but insofar as they erupt spontaneously, they are not to be hampered.'"

“ Kristallnacht came…and everything was changed. ” November Kristallnacht (the Night of Broken Glass) takes place. The event that set off this violent series of pogroms, which flared up.

A very interesting artifact found in Ecuador in the 1980s is the so-called Pyramid with the Eye. It has thirteen steps,the eye is an inlay and looks exactly like the Pyramid on the US one dollar bill. On the bottom, there's an inlay in little gold plates showing the Orion star constellation, and writing. Professor Kurt Schildmann's translation found it to be pre-Sanskrit because it's older than the oldest writing. His translation of the four letters is: “The son of the creator comes.”

More than 350 artifacts were found in Ecuador in an old tunnel system. One artifact in particular shows the same pyramid with an all-seeing eye.

Ghetto: A picture of Warsaw ghetto. The woman in the centre of the image, looking at the camera, may have been Horst's mother Charlotte, Philippe has speculated

Unlikeliest friendship of Nazis' sons and Holocaust survivor grandson

Ghetto: A picture of Warsaw ghetto. The woman in the centre of the image, looking at the camera, may have been Horst's mother Charlotte, Philippe has speculated