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. ” 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.
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?
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.