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Jews in German-Polish Border Town

This photograph shows Polish Jews who were expelled from their homes in Germany by the Nazis 1938.
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  • The Holocaust

Thousands of Polish Jews were expelled by Germany and turned away by Poland in the fall of 1938, leaving them trapped and living in unsuitable conditions along the German-Polish border.

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