Way to death barrack

One of the most famous pictures of the Holocaust. German stormtroopers force Warsaw ghetto dwellers of all
ages to move, hands up, during the Jewish Ghetto Uprising in April-May 1943. Photo credit: Main Commission
for the Investigation of Nazi War Crimes, courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives.










SS assault troops capture two Jewish resistance fighters pulled from a bunker during the suppression of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The original German caption reads alternately: "Pulled from a bunker" or "Bandits."
Photo credit: Glowna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu, courtesy of USHMM Photo
Archives


Jews captured during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising are led by German soldiers to the
assembly point for deportation.
Photo credit: National Archives, courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives
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SS troops and officers search the Jewish department heads of the Brauer armaments factory
during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Photo credit: Poland National Archives

Jews captured by the SS during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising are interrogated beside the
ghetto wall before being sent to the Umschlagplatz. The original German caption reads:
"Search and Interrogation." Photo credit: Poland National Archives

An SS Sergeant (Oberscharführer) interrogates religious Jews captured during the
suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The original German caption reads: "Jewish
rabbis." Photo credit: Poland National Archives

SS troops guard members of the Jewish resistance captured during the suppression of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The original German caption reads: "These bandits offered armed
resistance."
Photo credit: Polish National Archives

In occupied Austria, SS Nazis and local residents watch with delight as Jews are being humiliated by being
forced to get on their hands and knees and scrub the pavement. <historyplace.com/worldwar2/ww2-
pix/austria.jpg>

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