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Hitler’s Confidential Memo on Autarky (August 1936)

Medical Examination of Polish Farm Hands Recruited as Foreign Workers for the Reich (April/May 1940)

Polish Youths Forced to do Heavy Labor in Luckenwalde (Summer 1940)

Martin Bormann’s Circular of May 5, 1943, with a Memorandum on the Treatment of Foreign Laborers (April 15, 1943)

Female Prisoners Doing Forced Labor in a Gravel Pit at Auschwitz (1942)

Excerpt from Bishop von Galen’s Sermon; Government Correspondence about Galen’s Sermon and the Charges against Him (August 1941)

Shooting of a Polish Priest (1939)

Nazi Propaganda Poster Exploiting Soviet Atrocities in Ukraine (1943)

Martin Bormann’s Minutes of a Meeting at Hitler’s Headquarters (July 16, 1941)

Directives for the Treatment of Political Commissars (“Commissar Order”) (June 6, 1941)

Directive No. 21: Operation Barbarossa (December 18, 1940)

Invasion of the Soviet Union: A Group of German Tanks before their Deployment (June 22, 1941)

Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop Delivers the Foreign Ministry’s Declaration to the Soviet Union (June 22, 1941)

The Army High Command’s Plan for Operation Barbarossa: Cartographic Illustration of the Planned Strategy and the Actual Strategy Implemented (1941)

German Soldier after the Capitulation in Stalingrad (January/February 1943)

After the Battle – Surviving Members of the 6th Army (February 1943)

A Russian Village in Flames (January 10, 1944)

Excerpt from Himmler’s Speech to the SS-Gruppenführer at Posen (October 4, 1943)

Execution of Soviet “Partisans” (1942)

Mass Execution of Lithuanian Jews by Members of the Wehrmacht and the Lithuanian Self-Protection Unit [Selbstschutz] (1942)

Europe at the Beginning of December 1941

Hitler’s Declaration of War (September 1, 1939)

German Soldiers Dismantle a Polish Border Barrier (September 1, 1939)

Germans in Front of a Radio Store in Berlin Listen to News of the Invasion of Poland (September 1, 1939)

Adolf Hitler among General Field Officers and Adjutants with Advancing Troops (September 1, 1939)