This 1938 poster advertises a popular antisemitic traveling exhibit called Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew). See full-sized image for analysis.
In much of Europe during the Middle Ages, Christians blamed Jews for the plague. In many towns, officials arrested Jews, confiscated their property, and burned them at the stake.
Hungarian Jews arrive at Auschwitz in 1944. More than 400,000 Jews from Hungary were deported to Auschwitz that year.
Photograph of Jews sitting on a street in the Kielce ghetto in Poland.
Jews wearing Star of David badges in the Łódź ghetto. The Germans crowded 160,000 Jews from the Polish city, more than a third of its population, into the ghetto, which was established in 1940.