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The memorial to the Jewish inmates of the Berdichev ghetto. After the liberation of Berdichev on January 5, 1944, a Soviet Extraordinary State Commission opened the mass graves on the Berdichev-Vinnitsa Road as well as those along the Raigorodok Road.

The memorial to the Jewish inmates of the Berdichev ghetto. After the liberation of Berdichev on January 5, 1944, a Soviet Extraordinary State Commission opened the mass graves on the Berdichev-Vinnitsa Road as well as those along the Raigorodok Road.

"This is the story of Erzsebet Fajo who worked as a nursemaid for a Jewish family – a young woman of very modest circumstances, who,when the tides changed defied danger & despite the rumors of the imminent deportation of Budapest’s Jews, decided to move back in with the family.She obtained protective papers for them,& when Jews were being rounded up in order to march them to the Austrian border,she managed to smuggle the Abonyis out of their home, past the German and Hungarian guards."

"This is the story of Erzsebet Fajo who worked as a nursemaid for a Jewish family – a young woman of very modest circumstances, who,when the tides changed defied danger & despite the rumors of the imminent deportation of Budapest’s Jews, decided to move back in with the family.She obtained protective papers for them,& when Jews were being rounded up in order to march them to the Austrian border,she managed to smuggle the Abonyis out of their home, past the German and Hungarian guards."

Jewish little girl from Prague, Eva Nemova, born in 1937. Picture made in a studio before deportation to Terezin in November 1941. Eva died in Terezin or Auschwitz.

Jewish little girl from Prague, Eva Nemova, born in 1937. Picture made in a studio before deportation to Terezin in November 1941. Eva died in Terezin or Auschwitz.

October 1938, German Jews with Polish citizenship deported to the Polish border town of Zbaszyn

October 1938, German Jews with Polish citizenship deported to the Polish border town of Zbaszyn

These are Buchenwald concentration camp guards who received a beating from the prisoners when the camp was liberated by the Americans, 1945.

These are Buchenwald concentration camp guards who received a beating from the prisoners when the camp was liberated by the Americans, 1945.

Remembrance: The location of a mass grave in Pikov (pictured), Ukraine, was turned into a memorial after the war

Remembrance: The location of a mass grave in Pikov (pictured), Ukraine, was turned into a memorial after the war

Milena Jesenska, Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator, who refused to abandon her Jewish friends and was deported with several of them to Ravensbruck concentration camp, where she died.

Milena Jesenska, Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator, who refused to abandon her Jewish friends and was deported with several of them to Ravensbruck concentration camp, where she died.

November 9-10, 1938 Wiesloch, Germany - A ruined synagogue as a result of Kristallnacht, a pogrom against Jews.

November 9-10, 1938 Wiesloch, Germany - A ruined synagogue as a result of Kristallnacht, a pogrom against Jews.

Translation "Poland these chair are here since 1939 took place at the wedding here, interrupted by the outbreak of war. Every year, people paint the red chairs - in memory of those events"

Translation "Poland these chair are here since 1939 took place at the wedding here, interrupted by the outbreak of war. Every year, people paint the red chairs - in memory of those events"

Łazy, Poland, deportation of Jews from the town, 16/06/1942. Łazy was a mining town of approximately 1,500 residents close to Katowice, Poland. The Jews were approximately one-sixth of the town’s population. On June 16, 1942, most of the Jews of Łazy were deported to Auschwitz. This photograph was taken during the deportation

Łazy, Poland, deportation of Jews from the town, 16/06/1942. Łazy was a mining town of approximately 1,500 residents close to Katowice, Poland. The Jews were approximately one-sixth of the town’s population. On June 16, 1942, most of the Jews of Łazy were deported to Auschwitz. This photograph was taken during the deportation

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