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RG-66.01, Oder for German soldiers in the district Galizien, announcement

RG-66.02, , Appeal to Galician peasants, signed by the District Governor Dr. Lasch, August 1941

RG-66.03, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, ca 1945

RG-66.04, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, forced labor

RG-66.05, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, German administration and the roll-call

RG-66.06, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, prisoners at the attention

RG-66.07, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, entrance to the camp

RG-66.08, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, Himmler visits the camp

RG-66.09, Concentration  Camp Oranienburg, forced labor

RG-66.10, Concentration Camp Dachau 3, prisoners at attention

RG-66.11, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor

RG-66.12, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, prisoners carrying food for the barracks

RG-66.13, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor

RG-66.14, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp

RG-66.15, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp

RG-66.16, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Nazi-German administration, ca 1930s

RG-66.17, Concentration  Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May  1945

RG-66.18,  Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May 1945

RG-66.19, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation , ca May 1945

RG-66.20, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, sing on the barrack, German political prisoners are grateful to the American friends

RG-66.21, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, May 1945

RG-66.22, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, in the barrack after the liberation, ca May 1945

RG-66.23, Ukrainian, auxiliary police post in Sarig or Zarig, Volhynia, ca 1942

RG-66.24,  Ukrainian policeman of the Ukrainian auxiliary police in Volhynia, ca 1942

RG-66.25, The USSR, Eastern Front, A German soldier and a Russian boy

RG-66.26,  Mentally disabled children, German-occupied territories

RG-66.27, German parliamentary elections, ca 1933,  Political campaign,  placard of the German communists

RG-66.28, Jewish prisoners of war, Mogiliev,  1941

RG-66.29, Mogiliev, Prisoner of war camp for Jews, 1941

RG-66.30, Minsk, Belarusian volunteers of the  pro-German military  formation, June 1944

RG-66.31, Lviv under the Germann occupation, a square of the three streets

RG-66.32, Lviv under the German occupation, Cathedral of St. Nikolas

RG-66.33,  Lodz, Jewish policeman of a higher rank

RG-66.34, Lodz ghetto, water barrel, photograph by Wisniewski

RG-66.35, Lithuanian volunteers of the German military formation

RG-66.36,  Greece, 1941, registering of Jews

RG-66.37, Funeral of Voldemars Weiss, Riga, 1944

RG-66.38, French prisoners of war, 1940

RG-66.39, Antisemitic sign, Jews are not welcome, France

RG-66.40, Internees of the  Drancy Internment camp, Paris, 1941

RG-66.41, Drancy internment camp, Paris, 1941

RG-66.42, British prisoners of war in Belgium

RG-66.43, Romanian Jews in a village, ca 1941

RG-66.44, Belgium, British prisoners of war, 1940

RG-66.45, Polish foreign minister Jozef Beck meets with Herman Goering, 1935

RG-66.46,  Hitlerjunge a member of the Hitler Youth organization, 1945

RG-66.47,  Yugoslavia, deportations, 1942, 1943

RG-66.48, Warswaw, Jews cleansing rubble, 1939

RG-66.49, Warsaw, Jews shoveling rubble, 1939,

RG-66.50,  Warsaw, Jews in forced labor in German occupied Warsaw, 1939

RG-66.51, Warsaw ghetto, Jewish police, ca 1942

RG-66.52, Vienna, after Anschluss, 1938

RG-66.53,  Jewish policeman in a labor  camp

RG-66.54, Transport of Jews, Opatow, 1939

RG-66.55,  Territorial changes in Lviv district, 1941

RG-66.56,  Sudetenland, Fight against corruption, Nazi appeal,

RG-66.57,SS Halychyana to Arms, 1943, 1944

RG-66.58, SS Galizien, Appeal to join the Division

RG-66.59,  SS Ukrainian Galician Division, Appeal to fight Bolshevism, 1944

RG-66.60, Soviet and German soldiers meet at the demarcation line, September 1939

RG-66.61, Soviet and German soldiers meet, 1939

RG-66.62, Soviet and German soldiers meet in 1939

RG-66.63, Soviet and German officers meet, division of Poland between Nazi Germany and the USSR, September 1939

RG-66.64,  Soviet and German military meet in 1939

RG-66.65, Saloniki, Greece, registration of Jews before the deporatation, ca 1944

RG-66.66, Saloniki, Greece, Registration of Jews, 1942

RG-66.67, Salaspils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners, Latvia, ca 1942

RG-66.68, Salaspils concentratio camp, public punishment, Latvia

RG-66.69,  Salaspils concentration camp, public punishment, Latvia

RG-66.70, Salapsils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners

RG-66.71, Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Soviet Prisoners of War

RG-66.72, Sachsenhausen, Polish prisoners

RG-66.73, Two Russian women, suspected inpartisan activity, Belarus, 1942

RG-66.74, Romanian Jews sorting out Soviet guns confiscated by Germans, 1941

RG-66.75,  Romanian Jews are rounded up, 1941

RG-66.76, Romania, Jews being arrested, 1941

RG-66.77, Romania, Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941

RG-66.78, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941

RG-66.79, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, 1941

RG-66.80, Resettlement, Volhynia, Odilo Globocnik, ca 1941

RG-66.81, Reminder to pay Jewish community share in Pabianice, Poland, an appeal, 1939

RG-66.82, Regulations of free passage for gentile and Jewish Population Lviv, 1941

RG-66.83, Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942

RG-66.84,  Radom ghetto, Jewish children, photogrpah by Wisniewski, ca 1942

RG-66.85, Radom ghetto, A Jewish boy selling Jewish armbands, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942

RG-66.86,  Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942

RG-66.87, Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, Announcement, August 1939

RG-66.88, Soviet prisoners of war, collection place, near Minsk, July 1941

RG-66.89, Political campaign of  social-democrats in Germany, political appeal, ca 1933

RG-66.90, Political campaign of social democrats in Germany, SDP, anti Nazi political appeal, ca 1933

RG-66.91, Polish collaborations periodical, Nowiny (the News), ca 1943

RG-66.92,  Poland, Jews in forced labor, ca 1941

RG-66.93, German soldiers in Paris, ca 1940,

RG-66.94, German order banning Jews from market places and special hours for Jews, Lviv, September 1941

RG-66.95, Oranienburg concentration camp, arriving of prisoners, 1933

RG-66.96, Nuremberg Laws, the laws of protection of the purity of the German blood, 1935

RG-66.97, North France, 1943, Turkmenian voluneer to Wehrmacht, the German Army

RG-66.98, German expansion to the East, a propaganda placard, ca 1930s

RG-66.99, Motelupich prison in Cracow, photograph of the Polish  prisoners in front of the prisons, Cracow, ca 1942

RG-66.100, German state visit, from right to left, Moltke, Pilsudski, Goebbels, Beck, Warsaw,  1934

RG-66.101, Mogiliev, Jews in the village street, 1941

RG-66.102,Minsk, ruins of the city, after it was taken by the German army, 1941

RG-66.103, Minsk, Polish cathedral, ca 1942

RG-66.104,  Minsk, July 1941, a street scene

RG-66.105, Minsk, two Soviet partisans are captured by the Germans

RG-66.106,  Map, Germany shall be whole, ca 1938

RG-66.107, Lviv, order of the German City Administrator Kujath about the obligatory destruction of the Soviet symbols, August 1941

RG-66.108, Lviv, Brygidki, German army enters the city, June 30, 1941

RG-66.109, Lviv, Humiliation of Jews by the German soldiers

RG-66.110,  Lviv Order to establish the Jewish ghetto in Lemberg, signed by the Governor of District Galicia, Dr. Lasch, November  1941

RG-66.111, Lodz, young Jewish women

RG-66.112, Lodz, Jewish policemen

RG-66.113, Lithuanian collaborationist appeal

RG-66.114,  Lithuania, German soldiers and a Jewish man

RG-66.115,  Latvian anti-bolshevik appeal against bolshevism

RG-66.116, Latvia, local women in Riga greet German soldiers, June 1941

RG-66.117, Krakow, Cracow, police watch, 1939

RG-66.118, Krakow, Cracow, police parade, Daluege and Frank

RG-66.119, Krakow, Cracow police parade

RG-66.120, Kindertranstport, arrival, 1938

RG-66.121,  Kiev, under German occupation, ca 1942

RG-66.122, Kielce ghetto, Jewish porters, ca 1941

RG-66.123, Kielce ghetto, a Jewish man, ca 1941

RG-66.124, Kielce, Jews with sacks of coffee, 1939

RG-66.125, Jews shoveling snow, Bielorussia, 1942

RG-66.126, Sign of a Jewish business, in German and Polish, ca 1939

RG-66.127, International Women's Day, a placard, Berlin, ca 1932

RG-66.128,  Hitler, Borman, Reichenau, Poland, 1939

RG-66.129, Herschel Grynszpan, Paris, November 1938

RG-66.130,  Hans Globke in Bratislava, 1941

RG-66.131,  Greece, German soldiers raising the Nazi flag near Acropolis, 1941

RG-66.132, German order on taxation, Eastern Galicia, October 1939

RG-66.133, French colonial prisoner of war, 1940



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Predominant Dates:1939 -- 1945

ID: RG-66/RG-66

Primary Creator: German military photographers, 1939 --1945 (1939 --1945)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

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Subjects: Anschluss, German annexation of Austria, Anschluss of Austria, March 1938, anti-Jewish measures and legislations, Anti-Jewish measures and legislations in Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), District Galicia, 1941, Antisemitism in France, 1940, Appeals to donate money for the Polish aircraft defense, 1939, Appeals to join 14 SS Combat Ukrainian Division, 1943, Belgium (1939-1945), Berlin (Germany), Bessarabia (Romania: Province), Bialystok (Poland), Brothels in German-occupied and controlled territories, 1939 -- 1945, Brothels in German-occupied France, 1940 -- 1944, Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps, Calais (France), Children in the ghettos, Children in the Radom ghetto, ca 1942, Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War, Collaboration with the German Army in Lithuania, 1941 -- 1944, Concentration camps, German, Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp), Danzig (Poland), day-to-day life in ghettos, day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto, Deportation of Jews from Greece, ca 1944, Deportations from Yugoslavia, 1942, 1943, Die Wehrmacht (The German Army), Nazi periodicals, District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland, Dr. Lasch, Karl (Governor of District Galicia from August 1941--January 1942), Drancy internment camp (Paris, France), Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945, Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region), Economic Depression in Germany (Weimar Republic), 1920s, Estonian SS volunteer division, 1943, 1944, General Government (German-occupied Poland), 1939 -- 1945, German administrative regulation in Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), 1941, German announcements, the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1939 -- 1945, German army invaded Warsaw, September 1939, German Blietzkreig in the USSR, summer of 1941, German civil administration in Lemberg powiat, District Galicia, General Government, 1941, German dealing with Soviet occupation of Eastern Poland, German expansion to the East, propaganda placards, 1930s, German invasion of France, 1940, German invasion of Poland, September 1939, German invasion of the USSR, 22 June 1941, German military and civil administration, German military and civil administration in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945, German Military Command, German occupation regime in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945, German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945, German soldiers in Paris, ca 1940, Greece (1940--1945), Hermann Goering, commander-in-chief of the Nazi German air force, Herschel Grynszpan, Polish-Jewish refugeee, assassinated German diplomat in Paris, November 1938, Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) organization, a youth organization of the Nazi party, 1922 -- 1945, Holocaust in Greece, 1941 -- 1945, Internees of the Drancy internment camp, Paris, France, 1941, Jewish communal tax, interwar Poland, Jewish community in Pabianice, Poland, 1939, Jewish Order Police in the Lodz Ghetto, Jewish Order Police in the Warsaw ghetto, 1940 --1943, Jewish police in the concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945, Jewish prisoners of the Salaspils concentration camp, Latvia, 1942, Jewish prisoners of war on the German-occupied Soviet territories, 1941, Jews in Belarus under the Nazi-German regime, 1941 -- 1944, Jews in forced labor, Warsaw, autumn and winter 1939, Jews in the USSR under the Nazi-German regime, 1941 -- 1944, Jews of Bessarabia, 1941, Jews of Greece, Joseph Goebbels, Nazi-German politician, Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany, Jozef Beck, minister of foreign affairs of Poland, 1932 -- 1939, Jozef Beck, Polish Foreign Minister, 1932 -- 1939, Jozef Pilsudski, Polish stateman, Chief of State, the leader of the Second Polish Republic, Katyn forest (USSR), Katyn massacre, the Soviet crime against Poles and Poland, 1940, Kujath, the head of German civilian administration of Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), 1941, Latvia (1939-1945), Lemberg (Poland: General Government: District Galicia), 1941 -- 1944, Lodz (Poland: Ghetto), Lviv (Ukraine), Lviv under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944, Lwow (Poland), Lwow under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944, Mentally ill children, 1939 -- 1945, Military officers, Nazi-German, Mogilev (Belorus, the USSR), National Socialism, theory and regime, Nazi party in Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia, 1922 -- 1938, Nazi persecutions of political opponents, 1933 -- 1939, Nazi re-education camp for political opponents, 1933 -- 1939, Non-German military formations in the German Army (Wehrmacht), 1943 -- 1945, Nowiny (the News), a Polish collaborating periodical, ca 1943, Nuremberg Laws, the antisemitic laws of the protection of German blood, 1935, Odilo Globocnik,SS-Standartenfuerher, played a major role in the Operation Reinhard, Opatow (Poland), Oranienburg (Germany: Concentration camp), Orders and announcements of Nazi-German administration in the occupied territories, 1939 -- 1945, Parade of the Soviet and German troops in Brest after joint annexation of Poland, September 1939, Paris (France), Parliamentary Elections, Weimar Republic, Partisans, Soviets, photographs, Photographs by Wisniewski of the Radom ghetto, ca 1942, Polish aircraft defense, 1939, Polish collaborating publications, 1939 -- 1945, Polish foreign minister Jozef Beck meet with Herman Goering, 1935, Polish Jews in forced labor, ca 1941, Polish prisoners in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Polish prisoners of the Montelupich Prison in Cracow, ca 1942, Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945, Prisoners of war, British, Prisoners of war, French, 1940, Prisoners of war, Soviet, Prison Montelupich (Krakow, Poland), Radom (Poland: ghetto), Registration of Jews, Saloniki, Greece, 1942, Riga (Latvia), Romanian Jews in German captivity, 1941 -- 1944, Rounds up of the Romanian Jews, 1941, Roundups and Deportations of Jews, Sachsenhausen (Germany: Concentration Camp), Salaspils (Latvia: Concentration Camp), Salonica (Greece), Schleswig-Holstein, German Battleship, 1939, Social Democratic Party of Germany, 1918 -- 1933, Soldiers, French, 1940, Soldiers, German, Soviet -- German division of Poland, September 1939, Soviet and German armies meet at the demarcation line in Poland, September 1939, Soviet and German soldiers meet in the occupied Poland, September 1939, Soviet annexation of Eastern Galicia, September 1939, Soviet annexation of Eastern Poland, September 1939, Soviet prisoners of war in the Sachsenhausen concentration capm, Soviet soldiers, en masse, in German captivity, summer of 1941, Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia), Suspicion in partisan activity, police and security forces, German, 1939 -- 1945, The Jews of Romania, 1939 -- 1945, The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1939 -- 1945, Thessaloniki (Greece), Ukrainian appeal to fight Judeo-Communism in the ranks of the 14 Waffen SS Ukrainian Division, 1943, Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, Ukrainian combat SS Division Galicia, 1944, Vienna (Austria, 1939-1945), Volhynia (Ukraine: Province), Warsaw (Poland), Weimar Republic, 1919 -- 1933, Wolyn (Poland: Province), Yellow stars and armbands, Poland, 1939 -- 1945, Yugoslavia (1941--1945)

Forms of Material: Danzig (Germany), Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)

Languages: German, Polish, English, French, Ukrainian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, Yiddish

Abstract

This is a collection of the wartime photographs, largely taken by German military photographers or German officers and soldiers.

The photographs depict various moments of the day-to-day  occurrences in the German-occupied territories in Europe

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection of photo-documents comprises often a rare experience, showing both perspective, the one of the Germans and the other of the local population

Collection Historical Note

Photographs received from Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archiv) are integrated into the museum photo-panels, that is the core of the museum exhibition. They are also constitute one of the Archival Collections. These photo-documents reflect the wartime experience presented by the German military photographers, as German officers and soldiers.

66, Bundesarchiv Photographs Finding Aid

Provenance: Bundesarchiv, Germany

Collection: This is a digital collection of photographs duplicated from the Bundesarchiv in Germany.

RG-66.01, Bundesarchiv, Appeal to German soldiers in the district Galizien, Plak 003-036-124

Deutsche Soldaten!

Im Distrikt Galizien sind wie im Deutschen Reich sämtliche Lebensmittel und landwirtschaftliche Erzeugnisse bewirtschaftet!

The placard shows the appeal to German soldiers in the district of Galicia and other districts of the German Reich, which does not permit to buy or confiscate groceries and agricultural products as the soldiers receive their fixed rations.

Dating: 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Druckerei und Lithographische Anstalt, Lemberg /published in Lemberg

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.02, Bundesarchiv, Appeal to Galician peasants, Plak 003-036-121

Original title:    info Aufruf an das Landvolk Galiziens!

Der Führer hat Galizien als Bestandteil des Generalgouvernements in den Schutz des Großdeutschen Reiches aufgenommen.

The placard shows the appeal to the citizens of Galicia. It says that the Fuehrer included Galicia as a part of the Generalgouvernement of the Greater German Reich.

Dating: August 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.03, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-H26995

Original title:    info Zentralbild

Vernichtungsmethoden der deutschen Faschisten in den Konzentrationslagern. Die Leichen der Häftlinge werden vom Verbrennungskommando mit besonders angefertigten Zangen in Verbrennungsöfen gehoben.

Archive title:    Konzentrationslager Dachau.- Zwangsarbeiter mit Zangen und Leiche vor Verbrennungsofen; wahrscheinlich inszeniertes Foto nach Befreiung des KZ

The photograph depicts former camp prisoners with a body in front of a crematorium .It is probably a staged scene taking  place soon after liberation of Dachau concentration camp (May-June1945).

Dating: 1945 May - June

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.04, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-A0706-0018-020

Original title:    info Zentralbild / IML

KZ Sachsenhausen. - Die Häftlinge von Sachsenhausen wurden zu schwerer Arbeit im Klinker-Werk gezwungen, wo viele vor Erschöpfung zusammenbrachen und ermordet wurden.

The photograph shows prisoners of Sachsenhausen who were forced to work hard and who were killed after their physical breakdown.

Dating: ca1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.05, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-78612-0010

            info Zentralbild 9.12.1960

Zur Einweihung der Mahn- und Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen am 23. April 1961. - Vor den Toren Berlins, auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen faschistischen Konzentrationslagers Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg, in das von 1936 bis Kriegsende 200.000 Menschen verschleppt wurden, entsteht - wie in Buchenwald und Ravensbrück - eine würdige Mahn- und Gedenkstätte.

Jeder Quadratmeter Boden ist hier vom Blut der 100.000 Toten durchtränkt, die im KZ Sachsenhausen mit seinen 73 aussenkommandos erschlagen, erhängt, erschossen, zu Tode geprügelt, durch erbarmunslose Sklavenarbeit zu Grunde gerichtet und vergast wurden. Doch gelang es den SS-Mördern nicht, den Widerstandswillen der politischen Häftlinge zu brechen. So wurde Sachsenhausen auch zur Stätte der großen internationalen Solidarität und des mutigen Kampfes gegen Faschismus und Krieg.

UBz: Einige der berüchtigsten Schläger und Mörder im KZ-Sachsenhausen während eines Zählappells. Von links nach rechts:

The photograph depicts several infamous murderers in the concentration camp Sachsenhausen during the roll call.

SS-Hauptscharführer/master sergeant of the SS (Rappordführer) Campe

SS-U-Scharführer/sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Meyer

SS-U-Scharführer/sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Saathoff

SS-Hauptscharführer/master sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Hohmann

SS-Scharführer/staff sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Krämer

SS-U-Scharführer/sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Schröter

SS-U-Scharführer/sergeant of the SS (Blockführer) Seifert

(Aufnahme wurde bei SS-Banditen gefunden)

The photograph was in the possession of the SS bandits.

Dating: ca1936/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.06, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-78612-0007

Original title:    info Zentralbild

20.12.1960

Zur Einweihung der Mahn- und Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen am 23. April 1961. - Vor den Toren Berlins, auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen faschistischen Konzentrationslagers Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg, in das von 1936 bis Kriegsende 200.000 Menschen verschleppt wurden, entsteht - wie in Buchenwald und Ravensbrück - eine würdige Mahn- und Gedenkstätte.

Jeder Quadratmeter Boden ist hier vom Blut der 100.000 Toten durchtränkt, die im KZ Sachsenhausen mit seinen 73 aussenkommandos erschlagen, erhängt, erschossen, zu Tode geprügelt, durch erbarmunslose Sklavenarbeit zu Grunde gerichtet und vergast wurden. Doch gelang es den SS-Mördern nicht, den Widerstandswillen der politischen Häftlinge zu brechen. So wurde Sachsenhausen auch zur Stätte der großen internationalen Solidarität und des mutigen Kampfes gegen Faschismus und Krieg.

UBz: Häftlinge während eines Zählappells

The photograph depicts prisoners during a roll call in camp Sachsenhausen.

Dating: ca1936/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.07, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-78612-0002

Original title:    info Zentralbild

9.12.1960

Zur Einweihung der Mahn- und Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen am 23. April 1961. - Vor den Toren Berlins, auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen faschistischen Konzentrationslagers Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg, in das von 1936 bis Kriegsende 200.000 Menschen verschleppt wurden, entsteht - wie in Buchenwald und Ravensbrück - eine würdige Mahn- und Gedenkstätte.

Jeder Quadratmeter Boden ist hier vom Blut der 100.000 Toten durchtränkt, die im KZ Sachsenhausen mit seinen 73 Aussenkommandos erschlagen, erhängt, erschossen, zu Tode geprügelt, durch erbarmunslose Sklavenarbeit zu Grunde gerichtet und vergast wurden. Doch gelang es den SS-Mördern nicht, den Widerstandswillen der politischen Häftlinge zu brechen. So wurde Sachsenhausen auch zur Stätte der großen internationalen Solidarität und des mutigen Kampfes gegen Faschismus und Krieg.

UBz: Von der Arbeit einrückende Häftlingskolonnen vor dem Lagertor zum Schutzhaftlager.

(Diese Aufnahme wurde bei einem SS-Banditen gefunden.)

The photograph depicts prisoners returning from labor to the camp. This photograph was found in one SS bandit’s possession.

Dating: ca1936/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.08, Camps, Sachsenhausen, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-41630-0001

Original title:    info Zentralbild

25.9.1956

Himmler und Frick im KZ Sachsenhausen. - Reichsinnenminister Wilhelm Frick (links), Mitglied des Ministerrats und sein Stellvertreter in dieser Stellung der Reichsführer SS und Chef der deutschen Polizei im Reichsministerium des Innern Heinrich Himmler (neben ihm) besichtigen das Konzentrationslager Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg.

(Das Bild wurde bei Heinz Baumkötter, geboren 1912 in Burgsteinfurt in Westfalen gefunden.)

The photograph depicts Himmler and Frick in Sachsenhausen next to Oranienburg.

This photograph was in Heinz Baumkoetter’s possession. He was born in 1912 in Burgsteinfurt in Westphalia.

Dating: ca1936/1943

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.09, Camps, Oranienburg, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-R91184

Original title:    info ADN-ZB

Im faschistischen Deutschland 1933

Häftlinge im Konzentrationslager Oranienburg.

The photograph depicts prisoners working with wood in concentration camp Oranienburg.

Dating: 1933

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.10, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-27-13A

Archive title:    Schutzhaftlager Dachau.- Angetretene Häftlinge (vermutlich Juden).

The photograph depicts reported prisoners (probably Jews).

Dating: 20. July 1938

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.11, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-25-39A

Archive title:    Schutzhaftlager Dachau.- Häftlinge bei der Arbeit, eine Lore schiebend.

The photograph depicts prisoners working in Dachau concentration camp.

Dating: 20. July 1938

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.12, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-23-27A

Archive title:    Schutzhaftlager Dachau.- Häftlinge Töpfe tragend.

The photograph depicts prisoners carrying pots.

Dating: 28. June 1938

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.13, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-23-07A

Archive title:    Schutzhaftlager Dachau.- Häftlinge unter Aufsicht bei der Arbeit.

The photograph shows prisoners working under ward in Dachau.

Dating: 28. June 1938

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.14, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-11-30

Archive title:    Konzentrationslager Dachau.- Besuch von BDM-Führerinnen und politischen Leitern bei der SS in Dachau, 8.5.1936

The photograph depicts BDM/ Bund Deutscher Maedel (League of German Girls)-organizers and political leaders visiting the SS in Dachau on 08. May1936.

Dating: 8. May 1936

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.15, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild152-11-12

Archive title:    Schutzhaftlager Dachau.- Besuch der NSDAP, Himmler

The photograph depicts Heinrich Himmler and the NSDAP party at camp Dachau on 08.May 1936.

Dating: 8. May 1936

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.16, Camps, Dachau, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild119-0052-01

Archive title:    SS-Wachmannschaft des Konzentrationslagers Dachau

The photograph depicts the SS (paramilitary and security organization of the NSDAP) guard in Dachau.

Dating: 1933

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.17, Camps, Buchenwald, 9, Bundesarchiv, Bild183-35011-0004

Original title:    info Zentralbild

Das berüchtigte hitlerfaschistische Konzentrationslager Buchenwald auf dem Ettersberg nördlich von Weimar ( mit etwa 135 Außenkommandos). Am 11.4.1945 befreite die militärische Organisation des Internationalen Lagerkomitees Buchenwald von S3 - Mördern.

UBz: eine Aufnahme eines amerikanischen Reporters mit Bergen von Leichen erschossener politischer Häftlinge nach der Befreiung.

The photograph, taken after liberation, depicts an American reporter with bodies of political prisoners who were shot to death.

Dating: April 1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.18, Camps, Buchenwald, 9, Bundesarchiv, Bild146-1984-111-14

Original title:    info Buchenwald. Archive title:          Buchenwald.- Konzentrationslager. Befreite Häftlinge schreiben nach Hause. Angehäufte Menschenknochen.

The photograph depicts a pile of human bones and a released prisoner writing home a letter.

Dating: ca1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.19, Camps, Buchenwald, 9, Bundesarchiv, Bild146-1978-134-27A

Original title:    info Buchenwald. Afrew of the released prisoners

Archive title:    Buchenwald.- Konzentrationslager, befreite Häftlinge.

The photograph depicts liberated prisoners in Buchenwald.

Dating: ca1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.20, Camps, Buchenwald, 9, Bundesarchiv, Bild146-1978-134-25A

Original title:    info Buchenwald. Germans were also interned here.

Sign is to thank for Americans who released prisoners, those in this section were Germans.

Archive title:    Buchenwald.- Konzentrationslager nach der Befreiung durch die Amerikaner.

The photograph depicts the Buchenwald camp after liberation by the Americans.

Dating: ca1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.21, Camps, Buchenwald, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild146-1988-001-27

Original title:    info Buchenwald. A view of the camp.

Archive title:    Buchenwald,.- Konzentrationslager, Lageransicht.

The photograph depicts the Buchenwald concentration camp.

Dating: ca1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.22, Camps, Buchenwald, 3, Bundesarchiv, Bild146-1985-003-03

Original title:    info Buchenwald. Sleeping quarters.

Archive title:    Buchenwald.- Konzentrationslager, Schlafbaracke

The photograph depicts sleeping quarters(bunkhouses) in the Dachau concentration camp.

Dating: ca1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.23, Bundesarchiv, Ukrainian, auxiliary police post in Sarig Bild 121-1500

Original title:    info Hauptwachtm[eister] d[er] Gend[amerie] Volkmann, Führer des Rayonpostens Sarig zeigt seinem Kommandeur Htm. d[er] Gend[amerie] Grosch, die durch seine Initiative aus dem Nichts geschaffene Anlage des Rayonpostens Sarig.

Archive title:    II. Befehlshaber der Ordnungspolizei Ukraine.- Einsatz der deutschen Polizei im Aufbau der Ukraine, insbesondere im Raum um Kiew.- Rayonposten Sarig

Aufn. Rev.Oberw.d.Res. Scherer, Kiew, Dez. 1942.

The photograph depicts the second commander of the regular police force of Ukraine and the German police establishing a new checkpoint Sarig in one of the areas around Kiev.

Dating: Dezember 1942

Photographer:  Scherer

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.24, Bundesarchiv, Ukrainian policeman, Bild 121-1501

Original title:    info Ein Kosake, ein Reiterfachmann also, betreut den Reitstall des Gend[amerie]-Rayonpostens Sarig.

Archive title:    II. Befehlshaber der Ordnungspolizei Ukraine.- Einsatz der deutschen Polizei im Aufbau der Ukraine, insbesondere im Raum um Kiew.- Kosake am Rayonposten Sarig

Aufn. Rev.Oberw.d.Res. Scherer, Kiew, Dez. 1942.

The photograph depicts a Cossack at the checkpoint Sarig near Kiev.

Dating: December 1942

Photographer:  Scherer

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.25, Bundesarchiv, Russia, Bild101III-Niquille-066-18A

Archive title:    Sowjetunion-Mitte.- Soldaten der Waffen-SS bei der Gefangennahme von Partisanen; SS-PK

The photograph depicts soldiers of the SS arresting guerrillas in central Soviet Union.

Dating: 1943 July - August

Photographer:  Niquille

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.26, Bundesarchiv, retarded children, Bild 152-04-28

Original title:    info Heilanstalt Schönbrunn bei Dachau. - SS-Foto, 16.02.1934

Archive title:    Geistig behinderte Kinder (Jungen mit Down-Syndrom).

The photograph, taken by the SS, depicts mentally disabled children at the sanatorium Schoenbrunn near Dachau.

Dating: 16. February 1934

Photographer:  Bauer, Friedrich Franz

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.27, Bundesarchiv, Political plarcard, for communists, Plak 002-017-048-T4

Original title:    info Sofortprogramm der KPD.

Zerreißung des Youngplanes und des Versailler Vertrages. Annulierung aller Tributlasten.

The placard shows the crash program of the Communist Party of Germany saying “anti-fascists vote for communists”.

Dating: ca1919/1933

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Berek, Berlin

Agency:          Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands,

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.28, Bundesarchiv, Mogiliev, POWs, 1941, Bild 101I-138-1083-30

Archive title:    Rußland, Mogilew.- Arbeitseinsatz von Juden. Kolonne von Juden mit aufgenähten Judenstern und Spaten unter Bewachung von Wehrmachtssoldaten beim Marsch durch die Stadt; PK 689

The photograph depicts Jews guarded by the soldiers of the Wehrmacht in Mogilev, Russia.

Dating: July 1941

Photographer:  Kessler, Rudolf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.29, Bundesarchiv, Mogiliev, camp for Jews, 1941,Bild 101I-138-1083-06

Archive title:    Rußland-Mitte, Mogilew.- Arbeitseinsatz von Juden.- Aufnähen von Judensternen; PK 689

The photograph depicts Jews attached Jewish badges in Mogilev, central Russia.

Dating: July 1941

Photographer:  Kessler, Rudolf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.30, Bundesarchiv, Minsk, Bielorussian volunteers to the pro-German formation, June 1944, Bild 183-1991-0206-506

Original title:    info ADN-Bildarchiv

II. Weltkrieg 1939-45

In den von faschistischen deutschen Truppen besetzten Gebieten der Sowjetunion; Juni 1944

Auf dem Weg zum Bahnhof marschieren in Minsk Jugendliche aus Belorussland unter einer Fahne in den Landesfarben weiß-rot-weiß am Präsidenten des Weißruthenischen Zentralrates, Prof. Astrovsky, vorbei. Sie sollen in Deutschland für den Kriegseinsatz ausgebildet werden.

The photograph depicts Belarusian youths in the occupied territories in Soviet Union. The young people will be trained in Germany for the future military intervention.

Aufnahme/photograher: Sachert

Dating: June 1944

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.31, Bundesarchiv, Lviv, Bild 137-083717

Original title:    info General-Gouvernement

Lemberg

Archive title:    Generalgouvernement, Lemberg.- Innenstadt

The photograph depicts the Generalgouvernement in Lemberg downtown.

Dating: 1943

Photographer:  Gauss, Dr.

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.32, Bundesarchiv, Lviv, Bild 137-083715

Original title:    info General-Gouvernement

Lemberg

Archive title:    Generalgouvernement, Lemberg.- Innenstadt

The photograph depicts the Generalgouvernement in Lemberg downtown.

Dating: 1943

Photographer:  Gauss, Dr.

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.33, Bundesarchiv, Lodz, Jewish policeman, Bild 101III-Wisniewski-025-14

Archive title:    Polen, Ghetto Litzmannstadt.- jüdischer Ghettopolizist angetreten zum Appell

The photograph depicts a Jewish ghetto policeman reported for a roll-call inspection in ghetto Litzmannstadt, Poland.

Dating: ca1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.34, Bundesarchiv, Lodz ghetto, water barrel, Bild 101III-Wisniewski-025-32

Archive title:    Polen, Ghetto Litzmannstadt.- Straßenszene, Bevölkerung mit Judensternen auf Gehweg, Karren mit Fass auf Straße

The photograph depicts the Jewish people with badges in the streets of the Litzmannstadt ghetto in Poland.

Dating: ca1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.35, Bundesarchiv, Lithuanian volunteers of Waffen SS, Bild 146-1972-014-04

Original title:    info Lettische Hilfswillige. Die mit Blumen beschenkten lettischen Jünglinge sind angetreten.

Archive title:    Freiwillige der Waffen-SS aus Lettland

The photograph depicts Lithuanian volunteers of the Waffen-SS. They were given some flowers.

Dating: ca1943/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.36, Bundesarchiv, Greece, 1941, regestetering of Jews, Bild 101I-168-0894-22A

Original title:    info Scherl;

Griechenland: In Übereinstimmung zwischen den deutschen und griechischen Stellen werden

jetzt die Juden in Griechenland erfasst und einer nutzbringenden Arbeit zugeführt.

Kriegsberichter Dick, Juli 1942

Archive title:    Griechenland, Saloniki.- Erfassung von Juden (für Arbeitseinsatz / Zwangsarbeit

?); PK 690

The photograph depicts the registration of Jews for forced labor or work effort in Greece.

Dating: July 1942

Photographer:  Dick

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.37, Bundesarchiv, Funeral of Voldemars Weiss, Riga, 1944, Bild 101I-702-0420-35

Archive title:    Lettland, Riga.- Beisetzungsfeierlichkeiten für SS-Standartenführer Voldemars Veiss (auch Voldemars Weiss).- Überführung des Sargs mit Hakenkreuzflagge auf einem Panzerjäger Marder II (Sd. Kfz. 131) durch ein Spalier von Menschen (Zivilbevölkerung) vor dem Dom (Rīgas Doms); PK KBZ HGr. Nord

The photograph depicts the funeral ceremony of Voldemars Veiss/also Voldemars Weiss, the colonel of the SS in Riga.

Dating: April 1944

Photographer:  Foltinek

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.38, Bundesarchiv, French POWs, 1940, Bild 121-0427

Original title:    info Frz. Kriegsgefangene

Archive title:    Französische Kriegsgefangene (zumeist Kolonialsoldaten)

Marsch in deutsche Kriegsgefangenschaft

The photograph depicts a march of French prisoners (mostly soldiers from French colonies) in German war imprisonment.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.39, Bundesarchiv, France, Bild101III-Ege-018-30

Archive title:    Frankreich, Paris, 1940, Zivilist mit einem Schild: "In diesem Lokal Juden unerwünscht! Rein arischer Betrieb"

The photograph depicts a civilian in Paris, France carrying a sign saying that Jews are unwanted in this establishment.  And it also says:” Strictly Aryan business”.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  Ege, Hermann

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.40, Bundesarchiv, Drancy, 1941, Bild 183-S69243

Original title:    info Zentralbild: II Weltkrieg 1939-45

Nach der Besetzung Frankreichs durch die faschistische deutsche Wehrmacht werden auch hier die nazistischen Rassengesetze angewendet.

Internierte Juden im Konzentrationslager von Drancy (Frankreich), 1941.

Archive title:    Frankreich, Drancy.- Sammellager / Durchgangslager.- Porträt von drei Männern

The photograph depicts three Jewish prisoners in Drancy (France) concentration camp.

Dating: 1941

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.41, Bundesarchiv, Drancy camp, 1941, Bild 183-B10919

Original title:    info Im besetzten Gebiet. (Frankreich) Festnahme von Juden in Paris. Eingang zum Lager.

Aug. 41

Archive title:    Frankreich, Drancy (?).- Sammellager / Durchgangslager.- Festgenommene Juden im Lager, französischer Polizist an Tor stehend

The photograph depicts a French policeman watching Jewish prisoners in Drancy concentration camp (France).

Dating: August 1941

Photographer:  Wisch

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.42, Bundesarchiv, British POW in Belgium Bild 121-0456

Original title:    info Engl. Gefangene bei Kasernen-Ulk

Archive title:    Belgien (zumeist ohne Ortsangaben)

Freizeitbeschäftigung britischer Gefangener

The photograph depicts British prisoners in Belgium.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.43, Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-138-1091-10A

Archive title:    Sowjetunion-Mitte, Mogilew.- Jüdische Männer, Frauen und Kinder (z.T. mit aufgenähtem Judenstern) auf Dorfstraße; PK 689

The photograph depicts Jewish men, women and children in the village road of Mogilev, central Soviet Union.

Dating: July 1941

Photographer:  Kessler, Rudolf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.44, Bundesarchiv, Belgium, British POWs, 1940, Bild 121-0457

Archive title:    Belgien (zumeist ohne Ortsangaben)

Freizeitbeschäftigung britischer Gefangener

The photograph depicts British prisoners in Belgium.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.45, Bundesarchiv, Jozef Beck, B145 Bild-F051619-0037

Original title:    info Juli 1935

Ausfahrt mit dem polnischen Aussenminister [Josef] Beck

Archive title:    Hermann Göring und der polnische Außenminister Josef Beck mit Frauen in Kutsche sitzend

The photograph depicts Herman Goering with Polish minister of foreign affairs Josef Beck sitting in a carriage.

Dating: July 1935

Photographer:  Schaack, Lothar

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.46, Bundesarchiv, Hitlerjunge, 1945, Bild 183-R96980

Original title:    info ADN-ZB

II. Weltkrieg 1939- 1945

An der Front in Frankfurt/Oder, 12.2.1945

Der 17jährige Mechanikerlehrling Gotthard R. wurde als Volkssturmmann, dem letzten Aufgebot der Hitlerfaschistischen Wehrmacht, einberufen. Für seinen Einsatz bei Luftangriffen wurde er mit dem Kriegsverdienstkreuz II. Klasse ausgezeichnet. Jetzt kommt er zum Einsatz zur Verteidigung Frankfurts.

[Scherl Bilderdienst]

The photograph depicts the 17 year old mechanic apprentice Gotthard R. in the last draft of the Hitler fascist’s Wehrmacht. He received the second- class War Merit Cross (German Armed Forces) for his participation in the aerial attacks. Here he is shown ready to defend Frankfurt.

Dating: 12. February 1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.47, Bundesarchiv, Yugoslavia, deportations, 1942, 1943, Bild 101I-005-0004-03

Archive title:    Jugoslawien.- Polizeieinsatz, Männer und Frauen mit Koffern werden aus einer Ortschaft geführt

The photograph depicts the police leading men and women with belongings from a location in Yugoslavia.

Dating: 1943/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.48, Bundesarchiv, Warswaw, Jews cleansing rubble, Bild 101I-001-0256-16

Archive title:    Polen, Warschau.- Juden (?) bei Aufräumungsarbeiten; PK 501

The photograph depicts Jews cleansing rubble in Warsaw, Poland.

Dating: 1939 September - October

Photographer:  Rieger, Alfons

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.49, Bundesarchiv, Warsaw, Jews cleansing snow, 1939, Bild 101I-001-0251-33

Archive title:    Polen, Warschau.- Juden (?) bei Aufräumungsarbeiten; PK 501

The photograph depicts probably Jews cleansing snow in Warsaw, Poland.

Dating: 1939 September - Oktober

Photographer:  Schulze

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.50, Bundesarchiv, Warsaw, Bild 101I-001-0251-36

Archive title:    Polen, Warschau.- Juden (?) bei Aufräumungsarbeiten; PK 501

The photograph depicts Jews doing cleaning.

Dating: 1939 September - October

Photographer:  Schulze

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.51, Bundesarchiv, Warsaw ghetto, Jewish police, Bild 101I-270-0298-11

Archive title:    Polen, Warschauer Ghetto.- Drahtzaun, Passanten auf Straße; PK 697

The photograph depicts the wired-in ghetto in Warsaw, Poland.

Dating: June 1942

Photographer:  Amthor

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.52, Bundesarchiv, Vienna, 1938, Bild 183-2008-0717-502

Original title:    info Scherl Bilderdienst, Berlin

Rekruten weihen ihr Leben dem Führer. Auf dem Wiener Heldenplatz wurden am Sonnabend [9.12.38] die Rekruten des Standortes Wien auf den Führer und Reichskanzler vereidigt. Nachdem die Truppenteile mit klingendem Spiel auf den Heldenplatz gezogen waren und Paradeaufstellung eingenommen hatten, sprach der kommandierende General des 17. AK., General. d. Inf. Kienitz, zu den jungen Soldaten.

Unser Bild zeigt General d. Inf. Klienitz bei der Ansprache.

11.12.38 [Herausgabedatum]

16183-38

Archive title:    Österreich, Wien.- Rekrutenvereidgung auf dem Heldenplatz. General Werner Kienitz bei Ansprach neben Kanonen (3,7-cm Panzerabwehrkanone, leichtes Infanterie-Geschütz 18 / le.I.G. 18)

The photograph depicts the recruits taking the oath to serve the Fuehrer and Reich Chancellor. General Werner Kienitz is delivering a speech in Heroes’ Square in Vienna, Austria.

Dating: 9. December 1938

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.53, Bundesarchiv, Ukrainian policeman, Bild 101III-Duerr-054-17

Archive title:    Rußland, Lettland.- Konzentrationslager Salaspils, Häftling mit Armbinde "Oberster Jüd[ischer]. Lager-Poli[zist]"; SS-PK

The photograph depicts a prisoner with an armband saying “the chief Jewish camp policeman” in Salaspils, Latvia.

Dating: 1941/1942

Photographer:  Dürr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.54, Bundesarchiv, Transport of Jews, Opatow, 1939_Bild 101I-380-0069-34

Archive title:    Polen, bei Ustronie / Opatow.- Transport verhafteter Juden auf einem LKW unter Bewachung durch Polizei und SD; KBK Lw 4

The photograph depicts the transportation of arrested Jews on a truck under strict watch by the police and Security Service near Ustronie/Opatow, Poland.

Dating: September 1939

Photographer:  Lifta

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.55, Bundesarchiv, Territorial changes in Lviv powiat, Plak  003-036-159

Original title:    info An die Bevölkerung der Kreishauptmannschaft Lemberg-Land

Der Herr Gouverneur des Distrikts Galizien, Dr. Karl Lasch, hat mich mit Wirkung vom 15. September 1941 mit der Ausübung der vollziehenden Gewalt in der neugebildeten Kreishauptmannschaft Lemberg-Land beauftragt.

The placard shows the appeal to the people of Galicia about territorial changes in Lviv county.

Dating: September 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.56, Bundesarchiv, Sudetenland, Fight against corruption, Nazi appeal, Plak 003-006-021

Original title:    info Gegen die Korruption kämpft die SHF

The placard shows an election appeal for the Sudetendeutsche Heimatfront in Hungary. The slogan says” fight corruption”.

Dating: ca1933/1935

Designer:        HF

Publisher:        Heliochroma, Rumburg; Sudetendeutsche Heimatfront, Eger

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.57, Bundesarchiv, SS Halychyana to Arms, Plak 003-025-059

Original title:    info Do Zbroji!

The placard shows the appeal to the volunteers to join the Waffen-SS. The slogan says “to Arms” to other nationalities in Europe.

Dating: 1943

Designer:        MM

Publisher:        Telepres, Krakau und Lemberg

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.58, Bundesarchiv, SS Galizien, Plak 003-025-052

Original title:    info Gnade und Ehre ist es Deutscher zu sein!

The placard tells: “It is a blessing and an honor to be a German!”

Gauleiter J. Bürckel in Metz am 21.IX.1940

Dating: September 1940

Designer:        XIM

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.59, Bundesarchiv, SS Galicia to fight Bolshevism, Plak 003-025-061

Original title:    info Stavajte do borot'by z bol'sevizmom

The placard says:” Raise to fight the Bolshevism in the SS Galicia.”

Dating: 1943

Designer:        MM

Publisher:        ZKW-Druckereibetrieb, Lemberg

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.60, Bundesarchiv, Soviet and German soldiers meet, Bild 101I-121-0011-20

Archive title:    Polen, Brześć Litewski (heute Brest in Weißrussland).- Deutsch-sowjetische Siegesparade, deutsche und sowjetische Offiziere im Gespräch, dahinter Plakat mit Porträt von Josef Stalin; PK 689

The photograph depicts German and Soviet officers having a conversation during the German-Soviet victory parade. In the background the portrait of Josef Stalin.

Dating: 22. September 1939

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.61, Bundesarchiv, Soviet and German soldiers meet, 1939, Bild 101I-121-0008-25

Original title:    info Ostwärts Brest-Litowsk Bildberichter: Ehlert

Archiv-Nr.: 80/23,25 Datum 20.9.39

Erstes Zusammentreffen deutscher und russischer Truppen

Als Erwiderung eines Besuches des Politischen Kommissars Borowenskij bei dem Kommandierenden General des XIX. AK, General der Panzertruppen Guderian, in Brest-Litowsk, suchten deutsche Truppen die Vorhut der russischen Armee ostwärts Brest-Litowsk auf. Die Gespräche wurden zwischen den Soldaten in kameradschaftlicher Weise geführt.

Zensurvermerk: Zensiert/censored

The photograph depicts a meeting between German and Russian soldiers near Brest-Litovsk, Poland.

ADN-TEXT

ADN-ZB/Archiv

II. Weltkrieg 1939-45, Der Feldzug in Polen; September 1939

Deutsche Soldaten im Gespräch mit sowjetischen Offizieren in einem Panzerregiment der Roten Armee östlich von Brest-Litowsk. Sie erwidern einen Besuch des sowjetischen Kommissars Borowenskij am selben Tag beim Kommandierenden General des XIX. Armeekorps Heinz Guderian in Brest-Litowsk.

Aufnahme: [Max] Ehlert

Archive title:    Polen, bei Brest-Litowsk.- Treffen deutscher und sowjetischer Soldaten.- Gespräche; PK 689

Dating: 20. September 1939

Photographer:  Ehlert, Max

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.62, Bundesarchiv, Soviet and German soldiers meet in 1939, Bild 101I-121-0008-13

Archive title:    Polen, bei Brest-Litowsk.- Treffen deutscher und sowjetischer Soldaten.- Deutsche Soldaten auf sowjetischem Panzer; PK 689

The photograph depicts German soldiers on the Soviet tank near Brest-Litovsk, Poland.

Dating: 20. September 1939

Photographer:  Ehlert, Max

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.63, Bundesarchiv, Soviet and German soldier meet, Bild 101I-121-0011A-22

Archive title:    Polen, Brześć Litewski (heute Brest in Weißrussland).- Deutsch-sowjetische Siegesparade, u.a. Zwillings-MG auf LKW, vor General Heinz Guderian und General Semjon Moissejewitsch Kriwoschein; PK 689

The photograph depicts General Heinz Guderian and General Semyon Moiseevich Kriwoschein during the German-Soviet victory parade in Brest-Litovsk, Poland.

Dating: 22. September 1939

Photographer:  Gutjahr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.64, Bundesarchiv, Soviet and German military meet in 1939, Bild 101I-013-0068-33

Archive title:    Polenfeldzug, Lublin.- Zusammentreffen deutscher und sowjetischer Soldaten. Besichtigung sowjetischer Panzerspähwagen; PK 637 (Ost)

The photograph depicts Soviet and German soldiers in Lublin, Poland.

Dating: September 1939

Photographer:  Höllenthal

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.65, Bundesarchiv, Saloniki, Greece. Regostratopm of Jews, Bild 101I-168-0895-12A

Original title:    info Scherl;

Griechenland: In Übereinstimmung zwischen den deutschen und griechischen Stellen werden

jetzt die Juden in Griechenland erfasst und einer nutzbringenden Arbeit zugeführt.

Kriegsberichter Dick, Juli 1942

Archive title:    Griechenland, Saloniki.- Erfassung von Juden (für Arbeitseinsatz / Zwangsarbeit ?); PK 690

The photograph depicts the registration of the Jews in Saloniki, Greece for forced labor.

Dating: July 1942

Photographer:  Dick

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.66, Bundesarchiv, Saloniki, Greece, Registration of Jews, 1942, Bild 101I-168-0894-23A

Original title:    info Scherl;

Griechenland: In Übereinstimmung zwischen den deutschen und griechischen Stellen werden

jetzt die Juden in Griechenland erfasst und einer nutzbringenden Arbeit zugeführt.

Kriegsberichter Dick, Juli 1942

Archive title:    Griechenland, Saloniki.- Erfassung von Juden (für Arbeitseinsatz / Zwangsarbeit ?), zum Sport oder Tanzen gezwungene Männer; PK 690

The photograph depicts registered Jewish men forced to do some sports or dance for humiliation in Saloniki, Greece.

Dating: July 1942

Photographer:  Dick

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.67, Bundesarchiv, Salaspils, prisoners, Bild 101III-Duerr-056-14A

Archive title:    Rußland, Lettland.- Konzentrationslager Salaspils, Reihe von sechs Häftlingen (Juden); SS-PK

The photo depicts a row of six Jewish prisoners in Russia, Latvia.

Dating: 1941/1942

Photographer:  Dürr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.68, Bundesarchiv, Salaspils, Latvia, Bild 101III-Duerr-054-13A

Archive title:    Rußland, Lettland.- Konzentrationslager Salaspils, Bestrafung eines Häftlings (Juden) durch Stockhiebe; SS-PK

The photograph depicts the punishment of the Russian prisoner (Jew) by beating in concentration camp Salaspils, Latvia (Soviet Union).

Dating: 1941/1942 Winter

Photographer:  Dürr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.69, Bundesarchiv, Salaspils, Latvia, Bild 101III-Duerr-054-12A

Archive title:    Rußland, Lettland.- Konzentrationslager Salaspils, Bestrafung eines Häftlings (Juden) durch Stockhiebe; SS-PK

The photograph depicts the punishment of the Russian prisoner (Jew) by beating in concentration camp Salaspils, Latvia (Soviet Union).

Dating: 1941/1942 Winter

Photographer:  Dürr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.70, Bundesarchiv, Salapsils camp, prisoners, Bild 101III-Duerr-054-19A

Archive title:    Rußland, Lettland.- Konzentrationslager Salaspils, zwei Häftlinge mit Judenstern am Mantel; SS-PK

The photograph depicts two Jewish prisoners with the badges on their coats in concentration camp Salaspils.

Dating: 1941/1942

Photographer:  Dürr

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.71, Bundesarchiv, Sachsenhausen, Soviet POW, Bild 183-K0901-014

Original title:    info ADN-ZB 1.9.71 / DDR

Faschistischer Massenmord ohne Sühne-BRD schützt Mörder. - 18.000 sowjetische Kriegsgefangene wurden 1941 nach einem dreimonatigen Marsch quer durch Deutschland im KZ-Sachsenhausen vor der SS bestialisch ermordet. Vor der Genickschussanlage, in der Gaskammer, im Experimentierraum und an anderen Orten der Grausamkeit verlosch das Leben ausgemerkelter, noch ungebrochener sowjetischer Menschen.

Der ehemalige Lagerälteste und politische Häftling Harry Neujocks berichtete: "Wir waren schon viel gewohnt und hatten viel Schlimmes gesehen. Aber Menschen in solch einem Zustand waren mir bisher noch nicht begegnet. Durch den Hunger völlig heruntergekommen, sahen junge 17-18-jährige Burschen wie Greise aus. Wasser in den Beinen, die bis zur Hüfte zur Unförmigkeit angeschwollen waren, monatelang vernachlässigte Wunden, mit irgendeinem schmutzigen Lappen bedeckt. Einem jungen Burschen war der ganze Oberschenkel bis zum Knie abgefault, eine schwarze stinkende Masse..."

The photograph depicts Soviet prisoners of war in about 1941.

Dating: 1941

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.72, Bundesarchiv, Sachsenhausen, Polish prisoners, Bild 183-78612-0009

Original title:    info Zentralbild 9.12.1960

Zur Einweihung der Mahn- und Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen am 23. April 1961. - Vor den Toren Berlins, auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen faschistischen Konzentrationslagers Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg, in das von 1936 bis Kriegsende 200.000 Menschen verschleppt wurden, entsteht - wie in Buchenwald und Ravensbrück - eine würdige Mahn- und Gedenkstätte.

Jeder Quadratmeter Boden ist hier vom Blut der 100.000 Toten durchtränkt, die im KZ Sachsenhausen mit seinen 73 aussenkommandos erschlagen, erhängt, erschossen, zu Tode geprügelt, durch erbarmunslose Sklavenarbeit zu Grunde gerichtet und vergast wurden. Doch gelang es den SS-Mördern nicht, den Widerstandswillen der politischen Häftlinge zu brechen. So wurde Sachsenhausen auch zur Stätte der großen internationalen Solidarität und des mutigen Kampfes gegen Faschismus und Krieg.

UBz: Einlieferung von polnischen Widerstandskämpfern. Im Vordergrund einer der berüchtigten SS-Banditen von der sogenannten "Politischen Abteilung" der Gestapo des Lagers, SS-Scharführer Eilers.

The photograph depicts the arrested Polish resistor. In front the infamous staff sergeant of the SS Eilers from the so-called “political department “of the camp Gestapo.

(Aufnahme wurde bei SS-Banditen gefunden.) This photograph was in the possession of the SS bandits.

Dating: ca1939/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.73, Bundesarchiv, Russia, 1942, Bild 183-J18155

Original title:    info An der Sowjetfront: Polizei im Kampf gegen Banditen.

Auch Flintenweiber beteiligen sich an den Überfällen und Plünderungen der Banditen. Sie werden zum Verhör abgeführt. September 1942

Archive title:    Sowjetunion.- Zwei festgenommene sowjetische Frauen auf einer unbefestigten Landstraße unter Bewachung durch deutsche Polizisten (Ordnungspolizei)

The photograph depicts the police force of Nazi Germany monitoring two arrested Soviet women.

Dating: September 1942

Photographer:  Slawik

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.74, Bundesarchiv, Romanian Jews sorting out captured by Germans Soviet arms, 1941, Bild 183-1991-0206-503

Original title:    info In einer Beutesammelstelle

Juden, mit dem Davidstern gekennzeichnet, sind damit beschäftigt, in einer Beutesammelstelle die verschiedensten erbeuteten sowjetischen Waffen und Geräte zu sortieren und aufzustapeln.

F.Z.

The photograph depicts Jews with badges sorting different weapons captured from the Soviets.

Aufnahme Cusian

Dating: 1941 Sommer

Photographer:  Cusian, Albert

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.75, Bundesarchiv, Romanian Jews at a camp, 1941, Bild 183-B12274

Original title:    info An der Sowjetfront: (Rumänien) So sieht es in einem der jüdischen Konzentrationslager Bessarabiens aus.

PK-Aufnahme: Kriegsberichter: Baas

Sept. 41

8686-41

The photograph depicts Romanian Jews in one of the concentration camps in Bessarabia.

Dating: September 1941

Photographer:  Baas

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.76, Bundesarchiv, Romania, Jews being arrested, 1941, Bild 146-2005-0127

Archive title:    Rumänien.- Festnahme von Juden

The photograph depicts Jews being arrested in Romania.

Dating: 1941 Winter

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.77, Bundesarchiv, Romania, Jews are arrested, Bild 146-2005-0128

Archive title:    Rumänien.- Festnahme von Juden

The photograph depicts Jews being arrested in Romania.

Dating: 1941 Winter

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.78, Bundesarchiv, Romania, arrest of Jews, Bild 146-2005-0121

Archive title:    Rumänien.- Festnahme von Juden

The photograph depicts arrested Jews in Romania.

Dating: 1941 Winter

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.79, Bundesarchiv, Romania, arrest of Jews in 1941, Bild 146-2005-0125

Archive title:    Rumänien.- Festnahme von Juden

The photograph depicts the arrest of Jews in Romania.

Dating: 1941 Winter

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.80, Bundesarchiv, Resettlement, Volhynia, Odilo Globocnik, 1940, Bild 146-1990-087-10

Original title:    info Wolhynien-Umsiedlung: Brigadeführer [Odilio] Globocnik [1. v.r.] verabschiedet einen Umsiedlerzug

Aufnahmejahr: 1940

Quelle: SS- und Polizeiführer Lublin

Archive title:    vlnr: SS-Offizier, Haupt- oder Obersturmführer, Polizeioffizier (Leutnant?), Odilio Globocnik

The photograph depicts SS officers bidding good bye to the train of resettlers. (From left to right: SS officer, captain of the SS or first lieutenant of the SS, brigadier general of the SS Odilio Globocnik)

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.81, Bundesarchiv, Reminder to pay Jewish community share in Pabianice, Plak 003-037-005

Original title:    info Obwieszczenie

Wzywa sie wszystkich platników Skladki Gminnej na rok 1939 do wplacenia skladki Bezposrednio

Archive title:    Bekanntmachung

Alle Teilzahler der hiesigen jüdischen Gemeinde werden aufgefordert, den Etat für das Jahr 1939 zu bezahlen.

The placard shows the proclamation to the Jewish community in Poland to pay the fee for the 1939 year budget.

Dating: April 1939

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Globus, Warschau

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.82, Bundesarchiv, Regulations of free passage, Lviv ghetto, Plak 003-036-118

Original title:    info Anordnung Nr. 8

1. Das Betreten der Strassen in der Stadt Lemberg ist für die jüdische Bevölkerung ab 20 Uhr verboten.

The placard tells:” No Jews allowed in the streets of Lemberg from 8pm”.

Dating: August 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.83, Bundesarchiv, Radom_Bild 101III-Wisniewski-010-19A

Archive title:    Polen, Radom.- junger Mann und zwei Kinder (mit Armbinde) auf Straße; SS-PK

The photograph depicts a young man, wearing a brassard , with two children in the street of Radom, Poland.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.84, Bundesarchiv, Radom, Jewish children, Bild 101III-Wisniewski-010-26A

Archive title:    Polen, Radom.- Kinder auf Straße; SS-PK

The photograph depicts Jewish children in the streets of Random, Poland.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.85, Bundesarchiv, Radom, Bild 101III-Wisniewski-010-21A

Archive title:    Polen, Radom.- Jüdischer Junge mit Armbinden mit Judenstern; SS-PK

The photograph depicts a Jewish boy wearing a Jewish badge in the street of Radom, Poland.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.86, Bundesarchiv, Radom, Bild 101III-Wisniewski-010-20A

Archive title:    Polen, Radom.- bärtiger alter Mann mit Armbinde auf Straße; SS-PK

The photograph depicts an old bearded man, wearing a brassard, in the street of Radom, Poland.

Dating: 1940

Photographer:  Wisniewski

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.87, Bundesarchiv, Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, 1939, Plak 003-030-026

Original title:    info Verordnung des Reichsprotektors in Böhmen und Mähren gegen Sabotagehandlungen.

The placard shows the decree of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia against sabotage.

Vom 26. August 1939.

Dating: August 1939

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Böhmisch-Mährische Verlags- und Druckereigesellschaft, Prag

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.88, Bundesarchiv, POW camp near Minsk, July 1941, Bild 146-1991-060-36A

Original title:    info Minsk, Weißrussland

25.000 russische Gefangene sind in diesem Lager untergebracht.

The photograph depicts 25,000 Russian prisoners in the war camp near Minsk.

Aufnahme: 5.7.41

Bildberichter: Weidner

Heeresfilmstelle-Bildarchiv-Neg.Nr. U.D.3/4a

Dating: 5. July 1941

Photographer:  Weidner

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.89, Bundesarchiv, Political placard, for social-democrats, Plak 002-020-118-T2

Original title:    info Dem Vater Arbeit! Den Kindern Brot!

The political placard for social-democrats tells: labor for the father, bread for the children.

Dating: ca1919/1933

Designer:        RyMar; Niclas, Yolla

Publisher:        Vorwärts Buchdruckerei, Berlin

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.90, Bundesarchiv, Political placard, for SDP, Plak 002-020-097

Original title: info Nieder damit

Wählt SPD

The placard tells: “Down with Nazism-vote for social-democrats!”

Dating: ca1919/1933

Designer: Weinberg, Martin

Publisher: Preuß. Druckerei und Verlags-AG., Berlin

Origin: Bundesarchiv                                                                           

RG-66.91, Bundesarchiv, Polish colaborationis edition, Nowiny, Plak 003-041-033

Original title:    info Równiez tegoroczna ofenzywa zimowa bolszewików wstrzymana

Archive title:    Wandzeitung in polnischer Sprache

The photograph depicts a wall newspaper in Polish.

Dating: Februar 1943

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Telepress, Krakow

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.92, Bundesarchiv, Poland, Jews in forced labor Bild 121-0335

Original title:    info Poln. Juden auf dem Weg zur Arbeit

Archive title:    Polen.- Männer (Juden) bei Zwangsarbeit.- Jüdische Männer mit Schaufeln auf dem Weg zur / von der Zwangsarbeit

The photograph depicts Jewish men walking to/from the forced labor location in Poland.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.93, Bundesarchiv, Paris, 1940, Bild 146-1975-017-08

Archive title:    Frankreich, Paris.- Zwei deutsche Soldaten auf einem Parieser Boulevard, vor einem Wegweiser stehend.

The photograph depicts two German soldiers on a boulevard in Paris.

Dating: 1940/1945

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.94, Bundesarchiv, Order banning Jews from market places, Lviv, September 1941,Plak 003-037-026

Original title:    info Anordnung Nr 21

Mit sofortiger Wirkung verbiete ich der jüdischen Bevölkerung das Betreten der Märkte in der Zeit von 6 Uhr Vormittags bis 12 Uhr Mittags.

The placard says: „ Jewish population is immediately forbidden the entry to the market from 6:00am-12:00. Jews are allowed to make purchases from 12:00-2:00pm only. Those who will not obey, will be fined for 1,000 zloty. In case of non-payment, they will be imprisoned for 3 months.”

Lviv, September 12th, 1941

Head of the City Administration

Kujath

Dating: September 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.95, Bundesarchiv, Oranienburg camp, 1933, Bild 183-R88978

Original title:    info ADN-ZB-Archiv

Mit der Machtübernahme durch die Hitlerregierung begannen die Jahre der faschistischen Diktatur in Deutschland, die Jahre des Terrors

Pogromstimmung gegen Kommunisten, Sozialdemokraten und andere antifaschistische Kräfte, das waren die ersten Auswirkungen der Hitlerdiktatur. Bereits im Februar 1933 entstanden die ersten Konzentrationslager. Auch eine Reihe sozialdemokratischer Funktionäre wurden im August 1933 von SA-Schergen verhaftet und in das Konzentrationslager Sachsenhausen bei Oranienburg verschleppt. Unter ihnen waren - auf dem Foto von rechts nach links: Kurt Magnus, Hans Flesch, Heinrich Giesecke, Alfred Braun, Friedrich Ebert und Ernst Heilmann.

The photograph depicts some of the social-democrate organizers who were arrested in August 1933 by the SA henchmen and brought to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Oranienburg.

From right to left: Kurt Magnus, Hans Flesch, Heinrich Giesecke, Alfred Braun, Friedrich Ebert und Ernst Heilmann.

Dating: August 1933

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.96, Bundesarchiv, Nueremberg Laws, Plak 003-020-024

Original title:    info Die Lösung der Judenfrage.

(Gesetze des Reichsparteitages der Freiheit 1935 und Ausführungsverordnungen)

Bearbeitet von Karl Olfenius, Major der Schutzpolizei – Breslau

The placard shows the Nuremberg Laws - „the solution of the Jewish question“.

Dating: April 1936

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Publisher:        Julius Beltz, Langensalza

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.97, Bundesarchiv, North France, 1943, Turkmenian voluneer to Wehrmacht, Bild 101I-295-1560-21

Archive title:    Frankreich-Nord, Tionville.- Turkmenische Freiwillige in der deutschen Wehrmacht; PK 698

The photograph depicts Turkmen volunteers in the Wehrmacht in Tionville, France.

Dating: 1943

Photographer:  Müller, Karl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.98, Bundesarchiv, Nazi rule in Germany and Europe, Plak 003-008-020

Original title:    info Polen Tschecho-Slowakei

Bund Deutscher Osten

The placard shows the Nazi rule in Germany and Europe.

Dating: ca1933/1938

Designer:        Hälz

Publisher:        E. Baensch jun., Magdeburg

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.99, Bundesarchiv, Motelupich prisoners, Krakow, Bild 121-0317

Original title:    info Polnische Schwerverbrecher (Krakau)

Archive title:    Häftlinge des Polizeigefängnisses Montelupich in Krakau

Schildaufschrift: Sicherheits-Polizei-Gefängis Montelupich

The photograph depicts dangerous criminals in the police prison Montelupich in Krakow.

The sign says: Security Police Prison Montelupich.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.100, Bundesarchiv, Moltke, Pilsudski, Goebbels, Beck, 1934,  Bild 183-B0527-0001-293

Original title:    info UBz: den polnischen Marschall Pilsudski am 15.6.1934 während eines Empfanges (v.l.n.r.: deutscher Gesandter in Warschau, von Moltke, Hans; Marschall Pilsudski, Goebbels und der polnische Aussenminister Oberst Josef Beck).

Archive title:    Polen, Warschau.- Empfang Goebbels bei Marschall Pilsudski.- vlnr: Hans von Moltke, Józef Pilsudski, Joseph Goebbels, Josef Beck

The photograph depicts the welcome of Goebbels by Constable Pilsudski in Warsaw, Poland. From left to right: Hans von Moltke, Józef Pilsudski, Joseph Goebbels, Josef Beck.

Dating: 15. June 1934

Photographer:  Röhnert

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.101, Bundesarchiv, Mogiliev, Jews at the village street, 1941, Bild 101I-138-1091-09A

Archive title:    Sowjetunion-Mitte, Mogilew.- Jüdische Frauen und Kinder (z.T. mit aufgenähtem Judenstern) auf Dorfstraße; PK 689

The photograph depicts Jewish women and children in the village road of Mogilev, central Soviet Union.

Dating: July 1941

Photographer:  Kessler, Rudolf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.102, Bundesarchiv, Minsk, ruins, 1941, Bild 101I-137-1009-17

Original title:    info Scherl: An der Sowjetfront: Ruinen der Provinzhaupstadt Minsk.

PK-Aufnahme: Kriegsberichter: Cusian (Sch.)

7057-41 "Fr." "Fr.OKW" Juli 41

Archive title:    Sowjetunion-Mitte, Minsk.- Ruinen; PK 689

The photograph depicts the ruins of the provincial capital Minsk, central Soviet Union.

Dating: July1941

Photographer:  Cusian, Albert

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.103, Bundesarchiv, Minsk, Polish cathedral, Bild 146-1990-013-27

Archive title:    Weißrussland, Minsk.- Blick auf die polnische Kirche.

The photograph depicts a view of the Polish church in Minsk, Belarus.

Dating: ca1941/1943

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.104, Bundesarchiv, Minsk, July 1941, a street scene, Bild 146-1981-041-13A

Original title:    info Heeresfilmstelle.

Die Fensterscheiben vieler Häuser in Minsk sind mit Papierstreifen beklebt (angeblicher Schutz gegen Zerspringen).

The photograph depicts the windows in the buildings secured by paper stripes, believed to prevent them from breaking during the bombing of Minsk, Belarus.

5.7.41

Minsk, Weissrussland, Russland

Bildberichter: Weidner

Dating: Juli 1941

Photographer:  Weidner

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.105, Bundesarchiv, Minsk, Bild 146-1972-026-43

Archive title:    Sowjetunion, Minsk.- Öffentliche Hinrichtung von Partisanen.- Umzug mit zwei Männern und einer Frau (mit umgehängtem Schild "Wir sind Partisanen und haben auf deutsche Soldaten geschossen", Text auch in russisch) unter Bewachung deutscher Soldaten durch die Stadt; vgl. Bild 146-1970-043-30 und Bild 183-F1006-0201-002

The photograph depicts the public execution of guerrillas in Minsk, Soviet Union. The two men and a woman wearing a sign that says in German and Russian: “We are guerrillas and we shot German soldiers”.

Dating: 26. October 1941

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.106, Bundesarchiv, Map, Germany shall be whole, 1919-1933, Plak 002-008-004

Original title:    info Das ganze Deutschland soll es sein!

The placard tells:” Germany shall be whole!”

Dating: ca1919/1933

Designer:        Lange, Friedrich

Publisher:        Dietrich Reimer; Ernst Vohsen, Berlin

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.107, Bundesarchiv, Lviv, order of the German Starosta, Plak 003-036-050

Original title:    info Anordnung Nr. 9

1. Sämtliche sowjetrussischen Hoheitszeichen und Symbole müssen sofort vernichtet werden.

The placard shows the order of the German Head of the City Administration to destroy all Soviet national emblems and symbols.

Dating: August 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.108, Bundesarchiv, Lviv, Brygidki, 1941, Bild 146-1979-039-03

Original title:    info G.P.U.-Gefängnis Lemberg

2.7.41

Archive title:    Lemberg, Gefängnis des sowjetischen Geheimpolizei NKWD (Lwow)

The photo depicts the prison of the Soviet secret police NKWD.

Dating: 2. July 1941

Photographer:  Hübner

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.109, Bundesarchiv, Lviv, Bild 146-1975-073-02

Original title:    info In dem Judenviertel von Lemberg wirkte der Terror [das Foto zeigt deutsche Polizei] bestialisch.

The photograph depicts the bestial action of terror in the Jewish district of Lemberg.

Dating: 1939/1944

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Agency:          Herbert Hoffmann

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.110, Bundesarchiv, Lviv Ghetto, 1941,Plak 003-037-085

Original title:    info Bekanntmachung Bildung eines jüdischen Wohnbezirkes in der Stadt Lemberg

I. Auf Grund des § 3 Abs. 1 der ersten Aufbauverordnung vom 26. Oktober 1939 ... ordne ich die Bildung eines jüdischen Wohnbezirkes in der Stadt Lemberg nach Massgabe des untenstehenden Planes an.

The placard shows a proclamation of the establishment of a Jewish residential district in the city of Lemberg.

Dating: November 1941

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.111, Bundesarchiv, Lodz, young Jewish women, Bild 101III-Schilf-002-26

Archive title:    Polen, Ghetto Litzmannstadt.- junge Frauen mit Judenstern vor Geschäft

The photograph depicts young Jewish women with badges in front of a store.

Dating: ca1940

Photographer:  Schilf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.112, Bundesarchiv, Lodz, Jewish policeman, Bild 101III-Schilf-003-18

Archive title:    Polen, Ghetto Litzmannstadt.- jüdische Ghettopolizisten angetreten zum Appell vor Baracken

The photograph depicts Jewish ghetto policemen reported to a roll call in the ghetto Litzmannstadt in Poland.

Dating:            ca1940

Photographer:  Schilf

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.113, Bundesarchiv, Lithuanian colaborationist appeal, Plak 003-045-001

Original title:    info Lietuviai!

The placard shows the Lithuanian collaborationist appeal.

Bolseviku gaujos isiverze i jusu Tevyne.

Dating: ca1943/1944

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.114, Bundesarchiv, Lithuania, Bild 146-2000-009-04A

Original title:    info Prop. Kp. 612

Die litauischen Juden haben plötzlich viel zu erzählen. Wenig später bekommen sie Besen und Schippe in die Hand um aufzuräumen.

Bildberichter: Hanisch

Ort: Radum/Litauen

Datum: 24.6.41

Archive title:    Litauen, Radum.- Deutscher Soldat (Oberschütze) im Gespräch mit jüdischen Männern

The photograph depicts a German chief rifleman having a conversation with two Jewish men in Radum, Lithuania.

Dating: 24. June 1941

Photographer:  Hanisch

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.115, Bundesarchiv, Latvian anti-bolshevik appeal, Plak 003-045-006

Original title:    info Cina bolsevismam

Vins ar ieroci roka aizsarga dzimteni, Tu strada totalam karam

The placard shows a Latvian anti-bolshevik appeal.

Dating: 1943

Designer:        o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.116, Bundesarchiv, Latvia, local women greet German soldiers, Bild 183-L19397

Original title:    info Scherl Bilderdienst

Befreiungsjubel um die deutschen Soldaten in Riga.

Als die deutschen Truppen die Stadt Riga einnahmen, wurde die dortige Bevölkerung von einem Jubelsturm der Freude erfasst. Die Menschen, die monatelang unter dem Blutterror gelitten und sich in den letzten Wochen in den Kellern ihrer Häuser versteckt hatten, eilten nun auf die Straßen und Plätze und drängten sich, um die deutschen Soldaten zu begrüßen.

PK Lette, 7.7.41 [Herausgabedatum],

Archive title:    Lettland, Riga.- Begrüßung deutscher Soldaten

The photograph depicts the welcome of German soldiers by the people in Riga, Latvia.

Dating: July 1941

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.117, Bundesarchiv, Krakow, police watch, 1939, Bild 121-0293

Original title:    info Die Wache auf der Burg (Wawel) in Krakau wird abgelöst

Archive title:    Polizei-Wache auf der Burg (Wawel) in Krakau, 1939

The photograph depicts the police guard at the Wawel castle in Krakow, Poland.

Dating: 1939

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.118, Bundesarchiv, Krakow, police parade, Daluege and Frank, Bild 121-0268

Original title:    info Polizei-Parade Krakau

Generalgouverneur Dr. Frank und General Daluege

Archive title:    Polen, Krakau.- Polizei-Parade, Kurt Daluege und Dr. Hans Frank, Generalgouverneur von Polen im Auto sitzend

The photograph depicts Kurt Daluege and the Governor General Dr. Hans Frank in a car during a police parade in Krakow.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.119, Bundesarchiv, Krakow, police parade, Bild 121-0266

Original title:    info Parade im General Gouvernement in Krakau,

General Daluege und ... Persönlichkeiten bei der Parade in Krakau

Gen. Mj. O.P.[Ordnungspolizei!] Riege; SA Grf. Nölfe; Gen. Daluege; SA St. Hühnlein, Korpsführer der NSKK; Gen.Mj. O.P. Becker , SS-Brigf. (?)

Archive title:    Polen, Krakau.- Polizei-Parade, Kurt Daluege, Adolf Hühnlein, Korpsführer der NSKK

The photograph depicts a police parade in Krakow, Poland.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.120, Bundesarchiv, Kindertranstport, arrival, Bild 183-S69279

Original title:    info Großbritannien:

Kinder polnischer Juden aus dem Gebiet zwischen Deutschland und Polen bei Ihrer Ankunft mit der "Warschau" in London.

The photograph depicts the arrival of the Jewish children from Poland and Germany on “Warsaw” transport to London, Great Britain in February 1933.

Aufn. Februar 1939

Dating: February 1939

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.121, Bundesarchiv, Kiev, Bild 146-2005-0068

Original title:    info Kiew, Juli 1943. Ansicht vom Glockenturm auf die zerstörte Lawra [Lavra]. F.R.29/11

The photograph depicts the clock tower of the destroyed Lavra in July 1943 in Kiev, Soviet Union.

Dating: July 1943

Photographer:  Rick

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.122, Bundesarchiv, Kielce, Jewish porters, Bild 121-0328

Original title:    info Polnische jüdische Gepäckträger am Bhf. (Bahnhof) in Kielce

Archive title:    Polen, Kielce.- Männer (Juden) z.T. mit Kennzeichen auf der Mütze vor dem Bahnhof wartend

The photograph depicts Polish Jewish porters waiting at the train station in Kielce.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.123, Bundesarchiv, Kielce, Bild 121-0325

Original title:    info Polnischer Jude aus Kielce

Archive title:    Juden in verschiedenen polnischen Städten und bei der Arbeit

The photograph depicts a Polish Jew from Kielce.

Dating: ca1939/1940

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.124, Bundesarchiv, Jews with sacks of coffee, 1939, Bild 183-2007-0831-500

Original title:    info Ost-Oberschlesien kehrt heim.

Jüdische Kaffeehamsterer werden abgeführt

12086-39

The photograph depicts led away Jews with sacks of coffee.

Dating: 1939

Photographer:  o.Ang./unknown

Agency:          Scherl

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.125, Bundesarchiv, Jews rcleansing snow, Bielorussia, 1942, Bild 183-B07892

Original title:    info ADN-ZB/Donath

II. Weltkrieg 1939 - 1945

Judenverfolgung durch die deutschen faschistischen Besatzungstruppen in der Sowjetunion (Beloruss. SSR)

Jüdische Bürger von Minsk beim Schneeräumen auf dem Bahnhof.

Aufn. Februar 1942

Archive title:    Sowjetunion, Minsk.- Bahnhof, Juden beim Schneeräumen (Zwangsarbeit)

The photograph depicts Jews cleansing snow (forced labor) at the train station in Minsk, Belarus.

Dating: February 1942

Photographer:  Donath

Origin: Bundesarchiv

RG-66.126, Bundesarchiv, Jewish business, in German and Polish Plak 003-037-016

Original title:    info Jüdisches Geschäft.

Zydowski Sklep.

Archive title:    Kennzeichnung jüdischer Geschäfte nach Einmarsch der deutschen Wehrmacht

[i]The placard shows the marki

Biographical Note

German military photographers assigned to the army or police units

Subject/Index Terms

Anschluss, German annexation of Austria
Anschluss of Austria, March 1938
anti-Jewish measures and legislations
Anti-Jewish measures and legislations in Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), District Galicia, 1941
Antisemitism in France, 1940
Appeals to donate money for the Polish aircraft defense, 1939
Appeals to join 14 SS Combat Ukrainian Division, 1943
Belgium (1939-1945)
Berlin (Germany)
Bessarabia (Romania: Province)
Bialystok (Poland)
Brothels in German-occupied and controlled territories, 1939 -- 1945
Brothels in German-occupied France, 1940 -- 1944
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Calais (France)
Children in the ghettos
Children in the Radom ghetto, ca 1942
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Collaboration with the German Army in Lithuania, 1941 -- 1944
Concentration camps, German
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Danzig (Poland)
day-to-day life in ghettos
day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto
Deportation of Jews from Greece, ca 1944
Deportations from Yugoslavia, 1942, 1943
Die Wehrmacht (The German Army), Nazi periodicals
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
Dr. Lasch, Karl (Governor of District Galicia from August 1941--January 1942)
Drancy internment camp (Paris, France)
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Economic Depression in Germany (Weimar Republic), 1920s
Estonian SS volunteer division, 1943, 1944
General Government (German-occupied Poland), 1939 -- 1945
German administrative regulation in Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), 1941
German announcements, the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1939 -- 1945
German army invaded Warsaw, September 1939
German Blietzkreig in the USSR, summer of 1941
German civil administration in Lemberg powiat, District Galicia, General Government, 1941
German dealing with Soviet occupation of Eastern Poland
German expansion to the East, propaganda placards, 1930s
German invasion of France, 1940
German invasion of Poland, September 1939
German invasion of the USSR, 22 June 1941
German military and civil administration
German military and civil administration in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945
German Military Command
German occupation regime in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German soldiers in Paris, ca 1940
Greece (1940--1945)
Hermann Goering, commander-in-chief of the Nazi German air force
Herschel Grynszpan, Polish-Jewish refugeee, assassinated German diplomat in Paris, November 1938
Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) organization, a youth organization of the Nazi party, 1922 -- 1945
Holocaust in Greece, 1941 -- 1945
Internees of the Drancy internment camp, Paris, France, 1941
Jewish communal tax, interwar Poland
Jewish community in Pabianice, Poland, 1939
Jewish Order Police in the Lodz Ghetto
Jewish Order Police in the Warsaw ghetto, 1940 --1943
Jewish police in the concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Jewish prisoners of the Salaspils concentration camp, Latvia, 1942
Jewish prisoners of war on the German-occupied Soviet territories, 1941
Jews in Belarus under the Nazi-German regime, 1941 -- 1944
Jews in forced labor, Warsaw, autumn and winter 1939
Jews in the USSR under the Nazi-German regime, 1941 -- 1944
Jews of Bessarabia, 1941
Jews of Greece
Joseph Goebbels, Nazi-German politician, Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany
Jozef Beck, minister of foreign affairs of Poland, 1932 -- 1939
Jozef Beck, Polish Foreign Minister, 1932 -- 1939
Jozef Pilsudski, Polish stateman, Chief of State, the leader of the Second Polish Republic
Katyn forest (USSR)
Katyn massacre, the Soviet crime against Poles and Poland, 1940
Kujath, the head of German civilian administration of Lviv (Lwow), (Lemberg), 1941
Latvia (1939-1945)
Lemberg (Poland: General Government: District Galicia), 1941 -- 1944
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lviv under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944
Lwow (Poland)
Lwow under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944
Mentally ill children, 1939 -- 1945
Military officers, Nazi-German
Mogilev (Belorus, the USSR)
National Socialism, theory and regime
Nazi party in Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia, 1922 -- 1938
Nazi persecutions of political opponents, 1933 -- 1939
Nazi re-education camp for political opponents, 1933 -- 1939
Non-German military formations in the German Army (Wehrmacht), 1943 -- 1945
Nowiny (the News), a Polish collaborating periodical, ca 1943
Nuremberg Laws, the antisemitic laws of the protection of German blood, 1935
Odilo Globocnik,SS-Standartenfuerher, played a major role in the Operation Reinhard
Opatow (Poland)
Oranienburg (Germany: Concentration camp)
Orders and announcements of Nazi-German administration in the occupied territories, 1939 -- 1945
Parade of the Soviet and German troops in Brest after joint annexation of Poland, September 1939
Paris (France)
Parliamentary Elections, Weimar Republic
Partisans, Soviets, photographs
Photographs by Wisniewski of the Radom ghetto, ca 1942
Polish aircraft defense, 1939
Polish collaborating publications, 1939 -- 1945
Polish foreign minister Jozef Beck meet with Herman Goering, 1935
Polish Jews in forced labor, ca 1941
Polish prisoners in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp
Polish prisoners of the Montelupich Prison in Cracow, ca 1942
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Prisoners of war, British
Prisoners of war, French, 1940
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prison Montelupich (Krakow, Poland)
Radom (Poland: ghetto)
Registration of Jews, Saloniki, Greece, 1942
Riga (Latvia)
Romanian Jews in German captivity, 1941 -- 1944
Rounds up of the Romanian Jews, 1941
Roundups and Deportations of Jews
Sachsenhausen (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Salaspils (Latvia: Concentration Camp)
Salonica (Greece)
Schleswig-Holstein, German Battleship, 1939
Social Democratic Party of Germany, 1918 -- 1933
Soldiers, French, 1940
Soldiers, German
Soviet -- German division of Poland, September 1939
Soviet and German armies meet at the demarcation line in Poland, September 1939
Soviet and German soldiers meet in the occupied Poland, September 1939
Soviet annexation of Eastern Galicia, September 1939
Soviet annexation of Eastern Poland, September 1939
Soviet prisoners of war in the Sachsenhausen concentration capm
Soviet soldiers, en masse, in German captivity, summer of 1941
Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia)
Suspicion in partisan activity, police and security forces, German, 1939 -- 1945
The Jews of Romania, 1939 -- 1945
The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1939 -- 1945
Thessaloniki (Greece)
Ukrainian appeal to fight Judeo-Communism in the ranks of the 14 Waffen SS Ukrainian Division, 1943
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Ukrainian combat SS Division Galicia, 1944
Vienna (Austria, 1939-1945)
Volhynia (Ukraine: Province)
Warsaw (Poland)
Weimar Republic, 1919 -- 1933
Wolyn (Poland: Province)
Yellow stars and armbands, Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)


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[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-66.01, Oder for German soldiers in the district Galizien, announcement, ca 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-66.02, , Appeal to Galician peasants, signed by the District Governor Dr. Lasch, August 1941, August 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-66.03, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, ca 1945, ca 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-66.04, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, forced labor, ca. 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-66.05, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, German administration and the roll-call, ca. 1936/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-66.06, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, prisoners at the attention, ca. 1939/45],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-66.07, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, entrance to the camp, ca. 1936/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-66.08, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, Himmler visits the camp, ca. 1946/43],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-66.09, Concentration  Camp Oranienburg, forced labor, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-66.10, Concentration Camp Dachau 3, prisoners at attention, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-66.11, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-66.12, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, prisoners carrying food for the barracks, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-66.13, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-66.14, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-66.15, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-66.16, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Nazi-German administration, ca 1930s, ca. 1930s],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-66.17, Concentration  Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May  1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-66.18,  Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-66.19, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation , ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-66.20, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, sing on the barrack, German political prisoners are grateful to the American friends, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-66.21, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-66.22, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, in the barrack after the liberation, ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-66.23, Ukrainian, auxiliary police post in Sarig or Zarig, Volhynia, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-66.24,  Ukrainian policeman of the Ukrainian auxiliary police in Volhynia, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-66.25, The USSR, Eastern Front, A German soldier and a Russian boy, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-66.26,  Mentally disabled children, German-occupied territories, 1934],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-66.27, German parliamentary elections, ca 1933,  Political campaign,  placard of the German communists, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-66.28, Jewish prisoners of war, Mogiliev,  1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-66.29, Mogiliev, Prisoner of war camp for Jews, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-66.30, Minsk, Belarusian volunteers of the  pro-German military  formation, June 1944, 1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-66.31, Lviv under the Germann occupation, a square of the three streets, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-66.32, Lviv under the German occupation, Cathedral of St. Nikolas, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-66.33,  Lodz, Jewish policeman of a higher rank, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-66.34, Lodz ghetto, water barrel, photograph by Wisniewski, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-66.35, Lithuanian volunteers of the German military formation, ca. 1943/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-66.36,  Greece, 1941, registering of Jews, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-66.37, Funeral of Voldemars Weiss, Riga, 1944, 1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-66.38, French prisoners of war, 1940, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-66.39, Antisemitic sign, Jews are not welcome, France, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-66.40, Internees of the  Drancy Internment camp, Paris, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-66.41, Drancy internment camp, Paris, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-66.42, British prisoners of war in Belgium, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-66.43, Romanian Jews in a village, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-66.44, Belgium, British prisoners of war, 1940, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-66.45, Polish foreign minister Jozef Beck meets with Herman Goering, 1935, 1935],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-66.46,  Hitlerjunge a member of the Hitler Youth organization, 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-66.47,  Yugoslavia, deportations, 1942, 1943, 1942, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-66.48, Warswaw, Jews cleansing rubble, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-66.49, Warsaw, Jews shoveling rubble, 1939,, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-66.50,  Warsaw, Jews in forced labor in German occupied Warsaw, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-66.51, Warsaw ghetto, Jewish police, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-66.52, Vienna, after Anschluss, 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-66.53,  Jewish policeman in a labor  camp, ca. 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-66.54, Transport of Jews, Opatow, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-66.55,  Territorial changes in Lviv district, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-66.56,  Sudetenland, Fight against corruption, Nazi appeal,, ca. 1933/35],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-66.57,SS Halychyana to Arms, 1943, 1944, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-66.58, SS Galizien, Appeal to join the Division, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-66.59,  SS Ukrainian Galician Division, Appeal to fight Bolshevism, 1944, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-66.60, Soviet and German soldiers meet at the demarcation line, September 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-66.61, Soviet and German soldiers meet, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-66.62, Soviet and German soldiers meet in 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-66.63, Soviet and German officers meet, division of Poland between Nazi Germany and the USSR, September 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-66.64,  Soviet and German military meet in 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-66.65, Saloniki, Greece, registration of Jews before the deporatation, ca 1944, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-66.66, Saloniki, Greece, Registration of Jews, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-66.67, Salaspils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners, Latvia, ca 1942, ca. 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 68: RG-66.68, Salaspils concentratio camp, public punishment, Latvia, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 69: RG-66.69,  Salaspils concentration camp, public punishment, Latvia, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 70: RG-66.70, Salapsils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 71: RG-66.71, Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Soviet Prisoners of War, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 72: RG-66.72, Sachsenhausen, Polish prisoners, ca. 1939-1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 73: RG-66.73, Two Russian women, suspected inpartisan activity, Belarus, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 74: RG-66.74, Romanian Jews sorting out Soviet guns confiscated by Germans, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 75: RG-66.75,  Romanian Jews are rounded up, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 76: RG-66.76, Romania, Jews being arrested, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 77: RG-66.77, Romania, Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 78: RG-66.78, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 79: RG-66.79, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 80: RG-66.80, Resettlement, Volhynia, Odilo Globocnik, ca 1941, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 81: RG-66.81, Reminder to pay Jewish community share in Pabianice, Poland, an appeal, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 82: RG-66.82, Regulations of free passage for gentile and Jewish Population Lviv, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 83: RG-66.83, Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 84: RG-66.84,  Radom ghetto, Jewish children, photogrpah by Wisniewski, ca 1942, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 85: RG-66.85, Radom ghetto, A Jewish boy selling Jewish armbands, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, ca. 1940/42],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 86: RG-66.86,  Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, ca. 1940/42],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 87: RG-66.87, Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, Announcement, August 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 88: RG-66.88, Soviet prisoners of war, collection place, near Minsk, July 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 89: RG-66.89, Political campaign of  social-democrats in Germany, political appeal, ca 1933, ca. 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 90: RG-66.90, Political campaign of social democrats in Germany, SDP, anti Nazi political appeal, ca 1933, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 91: RG-66.91, Polish collaborations periodical, Nowiny (the News), ca 1943, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 92: RG-66.92,  Poland, Jews in forced labor, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 93: RG-66.93, German soldiers in Paris, ca 1940,, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 94: RG-66.94, German order banning Jews from market places and special hours for Jews, Lviv, September 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 95: RG-66.95, Oranienburg concentration camp, arriving of prisoners, 1933, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 96: RG-66.96, Nuremberg Laws, the laws of protection of the purity of the German blood, 1935, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 97: RG-66.97, North France, 1943, Turkmenian voluneer to Wehrmacht, the German Army, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 98: RG-66.98, German expansion to the East, a propaganda placard, ca 1930s, ca. 1930s],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 99: RG-66.99, Motelupich prison in Cracow, photograph of the Polish  prisoners in front of the prisons, Cracow, ca 1942, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 100: RG-66.100, German state visit, from right to left, Moltke, Pilsudski, Goebbels, Beck, Warsaw,  1934, 1934],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 101: RG-66.101, Mogiliev, Jews in the village street, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 102: RG-66.102,Minsk, ruins of the city, after it was taken by the German army, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 103: RG-66.103, Minsk, Polish cathedral, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 104: RG-66.104,  Minsk, July 1941, a street scene, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 105: RG-66.105, Minsk, two Soviet partisans are captured by the Germans, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 106: RG-66.106,  Map, Germany shall be whole, ca 1938, ca. 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 107: RG-66.107, Lviv, order of the German City Administrator Kujath about the obligatory destruction of the Soviet symbols, August 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 108: RG-66.108, Lviv, Brygidki, German army enters the city, June 30, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 109: RG-66.109, Lviv, Humiliation of Jews by the German soldiers, ca. 1939/1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 110: RG-66.110,  Lviv Order to establish the Jewish ghetto in Lemberg, signed by the Governor of District Galicia, Dr. Lasch, November  1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 111: RG-66.111, Lodz, young Jewish women, ca. 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 112: RG-66.112, Lodz, Jewish policemen, ca. 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 113: RG-66.113, Lithuanian collaborationist appeal, ca. 1943/1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 114: RG-66.114,  Lithuania, German soldiers and a Jewish man, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 115: RG-66.115,  Latvian anti-bolshevik appeal against bolshevism, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 116: RG-66.116, Latvia, local women in Riga greet German soldiers, June 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 117: RG-66.117, Krakow, Cracow, police watch, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 118: RG-66.118, Krakow, Cracow, police parade, Daluege and Frank, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 119: RG-66.119, Krakow, Cracow police parade, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 120: RG-66.120, Kindertranstport, arrival, 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 121: RG-66.121,  Kiev, under German occupation, ca 1942, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 122: RG-66.122, Kielce ghetto, Jewish porters, ca 1941, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 123: RG-66.123, Kielce ghetto, a Jewish man, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 124: RG-66.124, Kielce, Jews with sacks of coffee, 1939, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 125: RG-66.125, Jews shoveling snow, Bielorussia, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 126: RG-66.126, Sign of a Jewish business, in German and Polish, ca 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 127: RG-66.127, International Women's Day, a placard, Berlin, ca 1932, 1932],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 128: RG-66.128,  Hitler, Borman, Reichenau, Poland, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 129: RG-66.129, Herschel Grynszpan, Paris, November 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 130: RG-66.130,  Hans Globke in Bratislava, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 131: RG-66.131,  Greece, German soldiers raising the Nazi flag near Acropolis, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 132: RG-66.132, German order on taxation, Eastern Galicia, October 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 133: RG-66.133, French colonial prisoner of war, 1940, 1940],
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Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-66.46,  Hitlerjunge a member of the Hitler Youth organization, 1945, 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Photograph of 17 year old apprentice, Gotthard R., in the last draft of Hitler's Wehrmacht. He recieved a second-class War Merit Cross (German Armed Forces) for his participation in the ariel attacks. Here he is shown ready to defend Frankfurt.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hitlerjunge soldiers, 1945
Frankfurt (Germany)
Germany (1939--1945)
German Armed Forces, Wehrmacht
Mechanic apprentice, Wehrmacht
Child soldiers, WWII
Creators:
A German photographer (1940 -- 1944)
German Military Authority

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[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-66.01, Oder for German soldiers in the district Galizien, announcement, ca 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-66.02, , Appeal to Galician peasants, signed by the District Governor Dr. Lasch, August 1941, August 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-66.03, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, ca 1945, ca 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-66.04, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, forced labor, ca. 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-66.05, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, German administration and the roll-call, ca. 1936/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-66.06, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, prisoners at the attention, ca. 1939/45],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-66.07, Concentration  Camp Sachsenhausen, entrance to the camp, ca. 1936/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-66.08, Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen, Himmler visits the camp, ca. 1946/43],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-66.09, Concentration  Camp Oranienburg, forced labor, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-66.10, Concentration Camp Dachau 3, prisoners at attention, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-66.11, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-66.12, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, prisoners carrying food for the barracks, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-66.13, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, forced labor, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-66.14, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-66.15, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Himmler visits the camp, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-66.16, Concentration Camp Dachau, 3, Nazi-German administration, ca 1930s, ca. 1930s],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-66.17, Concentration  Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May  1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-66.18,  Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-66.19, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation , ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-66.20, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, sing on the barrack, German political prisoners are grateful to the American friends, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-66.21, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, aftermath of the liberation, May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-66.22, Concentration Camp Buchenwald, in the barrack after the liberation, ca May 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-66.23, Ukrainian, auxiliary police post in Sarig or Zarig, Volhynia, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-66.24,  Ukrainian policeman of the Ukrainian auxiliary police in Volhynia, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-66.25, The USSR, Eastern Front, A German soldier and a Russian boy, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-66.26,  Mentally disabled children, German-occupied territories, 1934],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-66.27, German parliamentary elections, ca 1933,  Political campaign,  placard of the German communists, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-66.28, Jewish prisoners of war, Mogiliev,  1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-66.29, Mogiliev, Prisoner of war camp for Jews, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-66.30, Minsk, Belarusian volunteers of the  pro-German military  formation, June 1944, 1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-66.31, Lviv under the Germann occupation, a square of the three streets, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-66.32, Lviv under the German occupation, Cathedral of St. Nikolas, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-66.33,  Lodz, Jewish policeman of a higher rank, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-66.34, Lodz ghetto, water barrel, photograph by Wisniewski, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-66.35, Lithuanian volunteers of the German military formation, ca. 1943/44],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-66.36,  Greece, 1941, registering of Jews, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-66.37, Funeral of Voldemars Weiss, Riga, 1944, 1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-66.38, French prisoners of war, 1940, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-66.39, Antisemitic sign, Jews are not welcome, France, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-66.40, Internees of the  Drancy Internment camp, Paris, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-66.41, Drancy internment camp, Paris, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-66.42, British prisoners of war in Belgium, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-66.43, Romanian Jews in a village, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-66.44, Belgium, British prisoners of war, 1940, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-66.45, Polish foreign minister Jozef Beck meets with Herman Goering, 1935, 1935],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-66.46,  Hitlerjunge a member of the Hitler Youth organization, 1945, 1945],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-66.47,  Yugoslavia, deportations, 1942, 1943, 1942, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-66.48, Warswaw, Jews cleansing rubble, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-66.49, Warsaw, Jews shoveling rubble, 1939,, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-66.50,  Warsaw, Jews in forced labor in German occupied Warsaw, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-66.51, Warsaw ghetto, Jewish police, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-66.52, Vienna, after Anschluss, 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-66.53,  Jewish policeman in a labor  camp, ca. 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-66.54, Transport of Jews, Opatow, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-66.55,  Territorial changes in Lviv district, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-66.56,  Sudetenland, Fight against corruption, Nazi appeal,, ca. 1933/35],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-66.57,SS Halychyana to Arms, 1943, 1944, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-66.58, SS Galizien, Appeal to join the Division, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-66.59,  SS Ukrainian Galician Division, Appeal to fight Bolshevism, 1944, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-66.60, Soviet and German soldiers meet at the demarcation line, September 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-66.61, Soviet and German soldiers meet, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-66.62, Soviet and German soldiers meet in 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-66.63, Soviet and German officers meet, division of Poland between Nazi Germany and the USSR, September 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-66.64,  Soviet and German military meet in 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-66.65, Saloniki, Greece, registration of Jews before the deporatation, ca 1944, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-66.66, Saloniki, Greece, Registration of Jews, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-66.67, Salaspils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners, Latvia, ca 1942, ca. 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 68: RG-66.68, Salaspils concentratio camp, public punishment, Latvia, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 69: RG-66.69,  Salaspils concentration camp, public punishment, Latvia, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 70: RG-66.70, Salapsils concentration camp, Jewish prisoners, 1941/1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 71: RG-66.71, Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Soviet Prisoners of War, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 72: RG-66.72, Sachsenhausen, Polish prisoners, ca. 1939-1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 73: RG-66.73, Two Russian women, suspected inpartisan activity, Belarus, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 74: RG-66.74, Romanian Jews sorting out Soviet guns confiscated by Germans, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 75: RG-66.75,  Romanian Jews are rounded up, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 76: RG-66.76, Romania, Jews being arrested, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 77: RG-66.77, Romania, Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 78: RG-66.78, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 79: RG-66.79, Romanian Jews are rounded up before the deportation, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 80: RG-66.80, Resettlement, Volhynia, Odilo Globocnik, ca 1941, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 81: RG-66.81, Reminder to pay Jewish community share in Pabianice, Poland, an appeal, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 82: RG-66.82, Regulations of free passage for gentile and Jewish Population Lviv, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 83: RG-66.83, Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 84: RG-66.84,  Radom ghetto, Jewish children, photogrpah by Wisniewski, ca 1942, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 85: RG-66.85, Radom ghetto, A Jewish boy selling Jewish armbands, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, ca. 1940/42],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 86: RG-66.86,  Radom ghetto, photograph by Wisniewski, ca 1942, ca. 1940/42],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 87: RG-66.87, Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, Announcement, August 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 88: RG-66.88, Soviet prisoners of war, collection place, near Minsk, July 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 89: RG-66.89, Political campaign of  social-democrats in Germany, political appeal, ca 1933, ca. 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 90: RG-66.90, Political campaign of social democrats in Germany, SDP, anti Nazi political appeal, ca 1933, 1933],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 91: RG-66.91, Polish collaborations periodical, Nowiny (the News), ca 1943, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 92: RG-66.92,  Poland, Jews in forced labor, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 93: RG-66.93, German soldiers in Paris, ca 1940,, 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 94: RG-66.94, German order banning Jews from market places and special hours for Jews, Lviv, September 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 95: RG-66.95, Oranienburg concentration camp, arriving of prisoners, 1933, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 96: RG-66.96, Nuremberg Laws, the laws of protection of the purity of the German blood, 1935, 1936],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 97: RG-66.97, North France, 1943, Turkmenian voluneer to Wehrmacht, the German Army, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 98: RG-66.98, German expansion to the East, a propaganda placard, ca 1930s, ca. 1930s],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 99: RG-66.99, Motelupich prison in Cracow, photograph of the Polish  prisoners in front of the prisons, Cracow, ca 1942, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 100: RG-66.100, German state visit, from right to left, Moltke, Pilsudski, Goebbels, Beck, Warsaw,  1934, 1934],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 101: RG-66.101, Mogiliev, Jews in the village street, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 102: RG-66.102,Minsk, ruins of the city, after it was taken by the German army, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 103: RG-66.103, Minsk, Polish cathedral, ca 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 104: RG-66.104,  Minsk, July 1941, a street scene, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 105: RG-66.105, Minsk, two Soviet partisans are captured by the Germans, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 106: RG-66.106,  Map, Germany shall be whole, ca 1938, ca. 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 107: RG-66.107, Lviv, order of the German City Administrator Kujath about the obligatory destruction of the Soviet symbols, August 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 108: RG-66.108, Lviv, Brygidki, German army enters the city, June 30, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 109: RG-66.109, Lviv, Humiliation of Jews by the German soldiers, ca. 1939/1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 110: RG-66.110,  Lviv Order to establish the Jewish ghetto in Lemberg, signed by the Governor of District Galicia, Dr. Lasch, November  1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 111: RG-66.111, Lodz, young Jewish women, ca. 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 112: RG-66.112, Lodz, Jewish policemen, ca. 1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 113: RG-66.113, Lithuanian collaborationist appeal, ca. 1943/1944],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 114: RG-66.114,  Lithuania, German soldiers and a Jewish man, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 115: RG-66.115,  Latvian anti-bolshevik appeal against bolshevism, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 116: RG-66.116, Latvia, local women in Riga greet German soldiers, June 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 117: RG-66.117, Krakow, Cracow, police watch, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 118: RG-66.118, Krakow, Cracow, police parade, Daluege and Frank, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 119: RG-66.119, Krakow, Cracow police parade, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 120: RG-66.120, Kindertranstport, arrival, 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 121: RG-66.121,  Kiev, under German occupation, ca 1942, 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 122: RG-66.122, Kielce ghetto, Jewish porters, ca 1941, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 123: RG-66.123, Kielce ghetto, a Jewish man, ca 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 124: RG-66.124, Kielce, Jews with sacks of coffee, 1939, ca. 1939/1940],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 125: RG-66.125, Jews shoveling snow, Bielorussia, 1942, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 126: RG-66.126, Sign of a Jewish business, in German and Polish, ca 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 127: RG-66.127, International Women's Day, a placard, Berlin, ca 1932, 1932],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 128: RG-66.128,  Hitler, Borman, Reichenau, Poland, 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 129: RG-66.129, Herschel Grynszpan, Paris, November 1938, 1938],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 130: RG-66.130,  Hans Globke in Bratislava, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 131: RG-66.131,  Greece, German soldiers raising the Nazi flag near Acropolis, 1941, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 132: RG-66.132, German order on taxation, Eastern Galicia, October 1939, 1939],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 133: RG-66.133, French colonial prisoner of war, 1940, 1940],
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