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Women from the Soviet Union are Transported to Germany to Perform Forced Labor (1942)

“The East Needs You!” Recruitment Brochure for Women Settlement Advisors (n.d.)

“Red Army Soldier! Liberate Yourself!” (after 1941)

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)

Caricature: Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin – The Friendship is Over (1941)

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

Execution of Soviet “Partisans” (1942)

Europe at the Beginning of December 1941

Eastern Front: German Tank Stuck in the Snow (December 1941)

Diary Entry by Felix Landau, Member of a Mobile Killing Squad (July 12, 1941)

Europe in April 1944

Goebbels’s New Propaganda Guidelines (June 22, 1941)

Major General Walter Bruns’s Description of the Execution of Jews outside Riga on December 1, 1941 (April 25, 1945)