Sisters Ita Hoffman–Deutsch and Friedel Deutsch shortly after liberation. Friedel died of typhus a few days later. Bergen-Belsen camp, Germany, April 1945 From right to left: Second: Ita Deutsch - Hoffman Third: Friedel Deutsch
This is the room Anne shared in the Annex that Anne Frank, her family, and four others lived in for two years and one month until they were anonymously betrayed to the Nazi authorities, arrested, and deported to their deaths in concentration camps.
Dachau, Germany, Women survivors after being bathed (first time since their internment, given clothes and food and rescuers, after the liberation. What they witnessed and what they did to survive is written on their faces and burned forever in their eyes and memories
Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany, inspect a nearby concentration camp under orders of the Airborne Division on May Bodies of victims of German prison camps were found dumped in pits in yard, one pit containing 300 bodies.
BU Major E M Griffen RAMC Commanding Officer of No 7 Mobile Bacteriological Laboratory with children in Camp No 2 at Hohne Barracks. Over twenty six days Major Griffen's unit cleaned and disinfected 11 000 camp inmates
El hombre que salvó a 669 niños judíos del holocausto nazi