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RG-63.01, The Report of Juergen Stroop of the liquidation of the last strongholds of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943

RG-63.02, German occupation of Poland, Lodz ghetto

RG-63.03, German crimes in Poland, General Government

RG-63.04, Janowskka Road Concentration Camp in Lwow

RG-63.05, Polish Government in Exile, Note addressed to the Government of the world about mass extermination of Jews in German-occupied Poland, 1942



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Title: German Crimes in Poland, 1939-1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1945 -- 1950s

ID: RG-63/RG-63

Primary Creator: Central Commission for Investigating of German Crimes in Poland (1939 -- 1945)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Subjects: Administrative division of the General Government, 1941 -- 1945, Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising, Belzec extermination camp (Lublin, Poland), Belzec extermination camp, gas champers, Belzec extermination center, orientation plans, Central Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland, 1945-1949, Central Extraordinary Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland, Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto, Chelmno (Poland: Extermination Center), Collaboration between the members of Jewish councils and German administration, collaboration in the Holocaust, Collaboration with the German administration in the General Government (Poland), 1939 -- 1945, Correspondence between German and Jewish authorities of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944, Correspondence between German authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944, D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime, Day-to-day life in the ghetto, reflected in the German documents, day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto, Deportation from the Lodz Ghetto to the Chelmno Extermination Center, 1942 -- 1944, Deportation of Jewish population from General Government to the extermination centers, 1941 -- 1944, Deportation of Jewish population from the General Government to Belzec extermination center, 1942, Deportation of Jewish population from the General Government to Sobibor extermination center, 1942, Deportations from Lodz ghetto, Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943, Documents in English language, Documents in German language, Documents in Polish language, Economy of the Lodz ghetto, the list of establishments, Expropriation of Jewish Property, Expulsion of Polish population from General Government, 1942 -- 1943, Final Aktion (action) in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943, Financial documents regarding the Lodz ghetto, Fritz Gebauer, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lviv, 1941 -- 1944, General-Government (German-occupied Poland, 1939-1945), General Governor, Hans Frank, correspondences, statements and memorandums, 1939 -- 1945, German-Nazi crimes in the Lodz ghetto, German administration of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944, German civil authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944, German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943, German decrees, orders and ordinances with regards to establish a ghetto in Lodz, 1939 -- 1940, German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, German police and security forces, Poland, German police and SS authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944, Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939, Gustaw Wilhaus, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1944, Hans Biebow, biography, Hans Biebow, Nazi-German administrator in Lodz ghetto, Hans Frank, General Governor of the occupied Poland (General Gouvernment), Hierarchy of the SS, History of Belzec extermination center, Holocaust in Poland, Holocaust in Ukraine, Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp), Janowska Road (Lwow, Poland: Concentration Camp), Janowska Road Camp, subdivision of D.A.W, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1943, Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto, Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto, Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, report of the last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943, Kleparow (Lwow, Poland), Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw, Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943, Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, photo-documents, Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943, Lodz (Poland), Lodz (Poland: Ghetto), Lviv (Ukraine), Lwow (Poland), Mass extermination of Jewish population in General Government, 1941 -- 1943, Medical Experiments, Medical experiments at the Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Michal Borwicz, author, Holocaust research, Narratives in English language, Narratives in German language, Narratives in Polish language, Nazi-German extermination of the patients in hospitals, General Governments, 1940 -- 1944, Nazi-German hierarchy of the Janowska Road Camp in Lviv, 1941 -- 1943, Nazi-German medical experiments, photo-documents, Nazi-German medical experiments of patients with mental disorders, Nazi-German politics in General Government, 1939 -- 1945, Nazi-German politics with regard to Polish population in General Government, 1939 -- 1945, Nazi-German politics with regard to Ukrainian population in General Government, 1941 -- 1945, Nazi-German propaganda against Poland, Nazi-German terror in the General Government as a method of administration, 1939 -- 1945, Office of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish Council of the Lodz Ghetto, Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943, Phenomenology of Chaim Rumkowski, Poland (1939 --1945), Polish auxiliary police under German administration, 1939 -- 1945, Polish government in exile, Polish Government in Exile, 1939 -- 1945, Polish government in exile, 1939 -- 1945, reports of Nazi-German crimes in Poland, Ravensbrueck (Germany: Concentration Camp), Sobibor (Poland: extermination camp), Sobibor extermination center, situation plan, SS and administrative personnel, German, Street map of the Lodz ghetto, Stutthov (Poland: Concentration Camp), Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943, The Holocaust in General Government (German-occupied Poland), The last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943, The Note of the Polish Government in Exile about the mass extermination of Jews, 1942, There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop, The Role of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944, Umpschlagplatz, collection point before deportation from Wasaw ghetto, 1941 -- 1943, Waffen SS (Combat) SS, German, Warsaw (Poland), Warsaw (Poland: ghetto), Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)

Languages: German, Polish, English

Abstract

This Record Group comprises documents collected by the Polish Government in Exile, by the Central Polish Extraordinary Commission for Investigation of the German Crimes in Poland and by other postwar investigative organization, all in all about the Nazi-German crimes in Poland, in 1939 -- 1945

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This Record Group contains five collections, namely, RG-63.01, The Report of Juergen Stroop; RG-63.02, German occupation of Poland, Lodz ghetto; RG-63.03, German crimes in Poland, General Government; RG-63.04, Janowskka Camp; RG-63.05, Polish Government in Exile

Collection Historical Note

All collections contain docuements that reflect the enormous scale of the Nazi-German crimes in Poland in 1939 -- 1945. The documented evidences were collected by the Central Extraordinary Commission established by the postwar Polish government, as well as by the undeground organizations of the Polish Government in Exile. There were also the other investigative organization, largely Jewish, collecting the evidences of Nazi-German crimes in Poland in 1939 -- 1945. These organization acted in postwar time.

Biographical Note

Central Commission for Investigating of German Crimes in Poland was a govermental agency that collected evidences of the Nazi crimes in the German-occupied Polish territories

Subject/Index Terms

Administrative division of the General Government, 1941 -- 1945
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Belzec extermination camp (Lublin, Poland)
Belzec extermination camp, gas champers
Belzec extermination center, orientation plans
Central Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland, 1945-1949
Central Extraordinary Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Chelmno (Poland: Extermination Center)
Collaboration between the members of Jewish councils and German administration
collaboration in the Holocaust
Collaboration with the German administration in the General Government (Poland), 1939 -- 1945
Correspondence between German and Jewish authorities of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Correspondence between German authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Day-to-day life in the ghetto, reflected in the German documents
day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto
Deportation from the Lodz Ghetto to the Chelmno Extermination Center, 1942 -- 1944
Deportation of Jewish population from General Government to the extermination centers, 1941 -- 1944
Deportation of Jewish population from the General Government to Belzec extermination center, 1942
Deportation of Jewish population from the General Government to Sobibor extermination center, 1942
Deportations from Lodz ghetto
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Documents in English language
Documents in German language
Documents in Polish language
Economy of the Lodz ghetto, the list of establishments
Expropriation of Jewish Property
Expulsion of Polish population from General Government, 1942 -- 1943
Final Aktion (action) in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
Financial documents regarding the Lodz ghetto
Fritz Gebauer, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lviv, 1941 -- 1944
General-Government (German-occupied Poland, 1939-1945)
General Governor, Hans Frank, correspondences, statements and memorandums, 1939 -- 1945
German-Nazi crimes in the Lodz ghetto
German administration of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
German civil authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German decrees, orders and ordinances with regards to establish a ghetto in Lodz, 1939 -- 1940
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
German police and SS authorities of Lodz, 1939 -- 1944
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Gustaw Wilhaus, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1944
Hans Biebow, biography
Hans Biebow, Nazi-German administrator in Lodz ghetto
Hans Frank, General Governor of the occupied Poland (General Gouvernment)
Hierarchy of the SS
History of Belzec extermination center
Holocaust in Poland
Holocaust in Ukraine
Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Janowska Road (Lwow, Poland: Concentration Camp)
Janowska Road Camp, subdivision of D.A.W, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1943
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, report of the last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
Kleparow (Lwow, Poland)
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, photo-documents
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Mass extermination of Jewish population in General Government, 1941 -- 1943
Medical Experiments
Medical experiments at the Ravensbrueck concentration camp
Michal Borwicz, author, Holocaust research
Narratives in English language
Narratives in German language
Narratives in Polish language
Nazi-German extermination of the patients in hospitals, General Governments, 1940 -- 1944
Nazi-German hierarchy of the Janowska Road Camp in Lviv, 1941 -- 1943
Nazi-German medical experiments, photo-documents
Nazi-German medical experiments of patients with mental disorders
Nazi-German politics in General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Nazi-German politics with regard to Polish population in General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Nazi-German politics with regard to Ukrainian population in General Government, 1941 -- 1945
Nazi-German propaganda against Poland
Nazi-German terror in the General Government as a method of administration, 1939 -- 1945
Office of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish Council of the Lodz Ghetto
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Phenomenology of Chaim Rumkowski
Poland (1939 --1945)
Polish auxiliary police under German administration, 1939 -- 1945
Polish government in exile
Polish Government in Exile, 1939 -- 1945
Polish government in exile, 1939 -- 1945, reports of Nazi-German crimes in Poland
Ravensbrueck (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Sobibor (Poland: extermination camp)
Sobibor extermination center, situation plan
SS and administrative personnel, German
Street map of the Lodz ghetto
Stutthov (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
The Holocaust in General Government (German-occupied Poland)
The last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
The Note of the Polish Government in Exile about the mass extermination of Jews, 1942
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
The Role of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Umpschlagplatz, collection point before deportation from Wasaw ghetto, 1941 -- 1943
Waffen SS (Combat) SS, German
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)


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Sub-Collection 1: RG-63.01, The Report of Juergen Stroop of the liquidation of the last strongholds of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".
Subject/Index Terms:
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, report of the last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Narratives in German language
Documents in English language
Narratives in English language
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
English, language
Jewish publication
postwar publication
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents and evidences of Nazi crimes against humanity and war crimes, 1939 -- 1945
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-63.01.01, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 1, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 1 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Narratives in English language
Documents in English language
English, language
German police and security forces, Poland
Jewish publication
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-63.01.02, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 2, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 2 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Documents in English language
English, language
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Narratives in English language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
Destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-63.01.03, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 3, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 3 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Documents in English language
English, language
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Narratives in English language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-63.01.04, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 4, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 4 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Documents in English language
English, language
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Narratives in English language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-63.01.05, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 5, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 5 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Documents in English language
English, language
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, report of the last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Narratives in English language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
Destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-63.01.06, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 6, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 6 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Documents in English language
English, language
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, report of the last day of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 16 May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Narratives in English language
Narratives in German language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, German documents, 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-63.01.07, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 7, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 7 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Documents in English language
Documents in German language
German, language
English, language
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, photo-documents
Narratives in German language
Orders issued by the German administration during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
The Holocaust in Poland, photo-documents
Photo-documents and evidences of Nazi crimes against humanity and war crimes, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, combat tactics
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Prisoners of War
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Jewish resistance organization in the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish resistance organizations in ghettos, Poland
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Jewish resistance members, female
Jewish resistance members, male
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-63.01.08, The Report of Juergen Stroop, Part 8, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

Part 8 of 8

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Documents in English language
English, language
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Jewish publication
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
postwar publication
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw ghetto, post-uprising and liquidation
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw (Poland)
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photo-documents and evidences of Nazi crimes against humanity and war crimes, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, photo-documents
The Holocaust in Poland, photo-documents
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Prisoners of War
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Jewish resistance members, female
Creators:
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Bernard Mark, Director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (1908 -- 1966)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-63.01.09, Stroop Report, A hide-out, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo presumably shows a Jewish resistance member climbing out of a hide-out during/after the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Jewish resistance members, male
Jewish resistance and defiance
Creators:
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-63.01.10, Stroop Report, A member of the Uprising taking prisoner, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows the imprisonment of two male resistance members by German forces.

Subject/Index Terms:
Jewish resistance members, male
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Prisoners of War
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Jewish resistance organization in the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish resistance organizations in ghettos, Poland
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-63.01.11, Stroop Report, An assault squad, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows six German soldiers (caption: “An assault squad”) walking on a street in front of burning buildings.

Subject/Index Terms:
Destruction of buildings, Warsaw
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German assault squad, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Streets of the Warsaw ghetto
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-63.01.12, Stroop Report, Hehalutz women captured with weapons, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows three captured female resistance members: Malka Zdrojewicz (Horenstein), Bluma Wyszogrodzka and Rachela Wyszogrodzka (from left to right).

Subject/Index Terms:
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Prisoners of War
Prisoners of War, Polish
Prisoners of war, Jewish
Female prisoners of war
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Jewish resistance organization in the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish resistance organizations in ghettos, Poland
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Jewish resistance members, female
Bluma Wyszogrodzka, Jewish resistance member, 1941 -- 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Combat Organization (Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa)
Jewish resistance and defiance
Malka Zdrojewicz (Horenstein), Jewish resistance member, 1941 -- 1943
Molotov Cocktails, a liquid explosive used by the Jewish resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Rachela Wyszogrodzka, Jewish resistance member
The role of the Warsaw sewers in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Umschlagplatz, a collection center for deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto
HeHalutz (Hechaluc or The Pioneer), training for Palestine settlers, interwar Poland
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-63.01.13, Stroop Report, Jews fallen in the Battle, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows several human corpses in front of a destroyed building.

Subject/Index Terms:
Aftermath of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Documents from the Stroop Report, 1943
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photo-documents and evidences of Nazi crimes against humanity and war crimes, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Corpses in the Warsaw Ghetto
Corpses in the ghettos
Casualties, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-63.01.14, Stroop Report, Jews pulled from a bunker, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows German soldiers gathered around Jews laying on the ground.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Hide-outs in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bunkers and hide-outs
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Prisoners of War
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-63.01.15, Stroop Report, Jurgen Stroop and other commanders of the opertion, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop encompassed by five other German soldiers and three vehicles in the foreground, as the Warsaw Ghetto burns down in the background.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Josef Blosche (Bloesche), Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-63.01.16, Stroop Report, Non-German auxiliary police assigned to the operation, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop standing amongst non-German auxiliary forces.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, liquidation, photo-documents
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Umschlagplatz, a collection center for deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto
Collaboration in ghettos
collaboration in the Holocaust
Collaboration in the Warsaw Ghetto, 1940 --1943
collaboration in Warsaw Ghetto, 1939--1945
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Askari, auxiliary forces, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-63.01.17, Stroop Report, prisoners of the Uprising 1, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows three prisoners standing side by side in the foreground and several German forces taking further Jews prisoner in the background.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Prisoners of War
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Jewish resistance organization in the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish resistance organizations in ghettos, Poland
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Jewish resistance members, female
Jewish resistance members, male
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Combat Organization (Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa)
Jewish resistance and defiance
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-63.01.18, Stroop Report, prisoners of the Uprising, by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows three prisoners standing side by side in the foreground, a further one in the background and several German forces around them.

Subject/Index Terms:
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Prisoners of War
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Resistance members, Jewish
Jewish resistance
Jewish resistance organization in the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish resistance organizations in ghettos, Poland
Resistance, Jewish
Resistance, Poland
Resistance members, Polish
Resistance to German forces in Poland
Jewish resistance members, female
Jewish resistance members, male
Jewish combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, April -- May 1943
Jewish Combat Organization (Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa)
Jewish resistance and defiance
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-63.01.19, Stroop Report, Search and interrogation by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows inhabitants of the Warsaw Ghetto standing in front of a brick wall, facing a group of German soldiers and waiting for being searched and interrogated.

Subject/Index Terms:
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photographs, ghettos
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance members
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Search and interrogation, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Prisoners of War
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Photographs, Jewish resistance members
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-63.01.20, Stroop Report, The Brauer firm by the German photographer Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows the search and interrogation of the headmen of the arms manufacturing firm Brauer by German soldiers.

Subject/Index Terms:
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Prisoners of War
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Search and interrogation, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Headmen of the arms manufacturer Brauer, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-63.01.21, Stroop Report, To the transshipping place by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows a big number of Jewish civilians walking down a street of the Warsaw Ghetto towards the transshipping place (deportation), while the houses on the side are in flames.

Subject/Index Terms:
Photographs, transports and deportations
Deportations from the Warsaw Ghetto, 1942 -- 1943
Deportation of Jews from Poland
Deportation scenes
Deportations from ghettos
Streets of the Warsaw ghetto
Destruction of buildings, Warsaw
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-63.01.22, Stroop Report, Forcibly pulled out of dug-outs by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows German forces conducting a big group of Jewish civilians down a street. There are further German forces and burning buildings in the background.

Subject/Index Terms:
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prisoners, civilian
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Photographs, transports and deportations
Deportations from the Warsaw Ghetto, 1942 -- 1943
Deportation of Jews from Poland
Deportation scenes
Deportations from ghettos
Streets of the Warsaw ghetto
Destruction of buildings, Warsaw
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Prisoners of War
German combat operations in the Warsaw ghetto, May 1943
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-63.01.23, Stroop Report, The Jewish department heads of the armament firm Brauer by Franz Konrad, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows the headmen of the Brauer firm holding up their hands while being addressed by a German soldier.

Subject/Index Terms:
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Prisoners of War
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
German police and security forces, Poland
Subjugation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by the German special forces, May 1943
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
Jewish prisoners of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Jews prisoners of war
Search and interrogation, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Headmen of the arms manufacturer Brauer, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-63.01.24, Stroop Report, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Stroop Report is a 75-page official report prepared in May 1943 by Jürgen Stroop, commander of the forces that liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler. It documented the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Originally titled The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More! (Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!), it is commonly referred to as "The Stroop Report".

This photograph is one of the photographs added to the Stroop Report. It was taken by the German soldier Franz Konrad or other members of the Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company) in order to document the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The photo shows the destructed and abandoned building of the Jewish Council (Judenrat) in the Warsaw Ghetto and the stretch of road in front of it.

Subject/Index Terms:
Structure of Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in German-occupied and controlled territories
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Warsaw ghetto
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of Warsaw
Photographs, Judenrat headquarters
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Jewish councils--Poland (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German photographer
Jurgen (Juergen) Stroop, General of Combat SS and Police
Poland (1940 -- 1945)
There are no more Jewish living quarters in Warsaw, May 16, 1943, Jurgen Stroop
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Photographs, ghettos
Photographs, Warsaw Ghetto
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents of the Holocaust
Poland (1943)
The Holocaust in Poland
Large-scale ghetto operations, Warsaw
Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in photo-documents, Franz Konrad
Liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
German military operation against Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Streets of the Warsaw ghetto
Destruction of buildings, Warsaw
Destruction of buildings during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Demolition of the Warsaw Ghetto, May 1943
Creators:
German Military Photographers (1939-1945)
Franz Konrad, German military photographer (1943)
Juergen Stroop, SS General during the Second World War (1895 -- 1952)
Propaganda Kompanie No. 689 (Propaganda Company), German Army (1943)

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