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Kneeling before the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial (December 7, 1970)

Adolf Eichmann behind Bulletproof Glass during his Trial in Jerusalem (1961)

The Emotional Impact of the Broadcast of Holocaust, an American TV Miniseries, in the Federal Republic (1979)

Der Spiegel on the TV Miniseries “Holocaust” (January 28, 1979)

The Revisionist Scholar Ernst Nolte Provokes the Historikerstreit (June 6, 1986)

Elie Wiesel in West Berlin (1986)

The Lidice Massacre: SS Members Set the Village Ablaze (July 1, 1942)

Lily Offenbacher Shares Her Knowledge of the Euthanasia Program with the U.S. Coordinator of Information (September 1941)

“He is to Blame for the War!” (1943/44)

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

Shooting of a Polish Priest (1939)

The Eternal Jew, Film Poster (September 1940)

Nazi Propaganda Poster Exploiting Soviet Atrocities in Ukraine (1943)

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

Women Cleaning Up after Forced Evictions in the Warthegau (1941)

Excerpt from a Training Guide by SS-Sturmbannführer Paul Zapp on the “Jewish Question” (end of 1940)

The Bridge on Kirchenplatz Connecting Two Parts of the Lodz Ghetto (1940/41)

Plundered Jewish Property in Paris (1942–43)

Roma and Sinti Women Weave Reed Mats in the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp (1941)

The Villa at Tiergartenstrasse 4 (c. 1935)

The Wannsee Protocol (January 20, 1942)

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

Ukrainian Jews are Shot by Members of a Mobile Killing Squad [Einsatzgruppe] (1941)

The Lodz Ghetto Jewish Council (1941/42)

Gathering Point for Jewish Residents of a Bessarabian Village (September 1941)