Heinrich Himmler in passenger seat of a sedan in the ghetto of Litzmannstadt/Lodz, Poland, Jun 1941; the white-haired civilian next to the vehicle was Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Jewish Council

Caption   Heinrich Himmler in passenger seat of a sedan in the ghetto of Litzmannstadt/Lodz, Poland, Jun 1941; the white-haired civilian next to the vehicle was Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Jewish Council ww2dbase
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Added Date 30 Aug 2008



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1. Anonymous says:
22 Mar 2012 04:06:08 PM

Chaim RuMkowski - Add "M"
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
4 May 2012 09:34:00 PM

MORE PARTY FAVORITES: OH, YOU'RE MR. BIG SHOT, AND YOU THINK YOU GOT A LOT...MR. BIG SHOT Hitler had his Mercedes-Benz, Himmler got along with his BMW touring coupe, notice the black out drive headlights. This car was built by the Bavarian firm from 1937 to 1941. Check out the personalized license plates SS-1. I bet one of those SS or SD Officers was thinking...some day

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