This is a view of a Southern U.S. street in the mid-1930s, Alabama.
Marion Pritchard holds Erika Polak, one of the children she saved from the Nazis. Working with the Dutch resistance, Pritchard helped to save more than 150 children during World War II.
Garry Trudeau’s cartoon from the Doonesbury comic strip comments on the calculations we make about one another.
A Jewish street with a church in the background, Lutsk, Ukraine, ca. 1926. Despite the bloody pogroms during the Russian Civil War, Jews lived in Ukraine alongside Christians until World War II.
Demonstrators barricaded the streets in London's East End where Fascist leader Oswald Mosley and the Blackshirts had planned a march.