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A freshly-constructed wall across a street in the city center defines the boundary of the Warsaw Ghetto for the city’s approximately 500,000 Jews, 20 Dec 1940.Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2Burning buildings in the Warsaw Ghetto, seen from Zoliborz district, Poland, late Apr 1943
A freshly-constructed wall across a street in the city center defines the boundary of the Warsaw Ghetto for the city’s approximately 500,000 Jews, 20 Dec 1940.Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2Burning buildings in the Warsaw Ghetto, seen from Zoliborz district, Poland, late Apr 1943
A Jewish man in his bunker during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning building in the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning residential building at the intersection of Zamenhofa and Wolynska Streets in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning residential building at the intersection of Zamenhofa and Wolynska Streets in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943
A Jewish man in his bunker during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning building in the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning residential building at the intersection of Zamenhofa and Wolynska Streets in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Burning residential building at the intersection of Zamenhofa and Wolynska Streets in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943
Destroyed Jewish Council building, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Executed Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943German field gun deployed on Zamenhof Street near the intersection with Gesia Street (now Anielewicza Street), Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943German SS troops on Nowolipie Street in Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Apr-May 1943
Destroyed Jewish Council building, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Executed Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943German field gun deployed on Zamenhof Street near the intersection with Gesia Street (now Anielewicza Street), Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943German SS troops on Nowolipie Street in Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Apr-May 1943
German troops questioning Rabbi Heschel Rappaport and other rabbis in Warsaw, Poland, 19 Apr-16 May 1943German troops with MG 08 heavy machine gun near the intersection of  Nowolipie and Smocza Streets in Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943Jewish boy Artur Dab Siemiatek, Levi Zelinwarger, or Tsvi Nussbaum being rounded up by Josef Blösche and other SS troops, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Jewish civilians rounded up during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943
German troops questioning Rabbi Heschel Rappaport and other rabbis in Warsaw, Poland, 19 Apr-16 May 1943German troops with MG 08 heavy machine gun near the intersection of Nowolipie and Smocza Streets in Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943Jewish boy Artur Dab Siemiatek, Levi Zelinwarger, or Tsvi Nussbaum being rounded up by Josef Blösche and other SS troops, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Jewish civilians rounded up during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, Apr-May 1943
Jewish man committing suicide by jumping off the top story window of the building at 23 and 25 Niska Street during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943, photo 1 of 2Jewish man committing suicide by jumping off the top story window of the building at 23 and 25 Niska Street during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943, photo 2 of 2Jewish resistance fighters Rachela Wyszogrodzka or Rukhele Lauschvits (at left edge of photo), Bluma Wyszogrodzka, and Malka Zdrojewicz Horenstein in captivity in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Jews being marched to the Umschlagplatz rail station for deportation, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943
Jewish man committing suicide by jumping off the top story window of the building at 23 and 25 Niska Street during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943, photo 1 of 2Jewish man committing suicide by jumping off the top story window of the building at 23 and 25 Niska Street during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Poland, Apr-May 1943, photo 2 of 2Jewish resistance fighters Rachela Wyszogrodzka or Rukhele Lauschvits (at left edge of photo), Bluma Wyszogrodzka, and Malka Zdrojewicz Horenstein in captivity in Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943Jews being marched to the Umschlagplatz rail station for deportation, Warsaw, Poland, Apr-May 1943

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