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A group of young Germans view the antisemitic newspaper, Der Stürmer, and other Nazi propaganda displayed on a fence.
A young Martha Sharp in the 1920s.
According to the UNHCR, 79,225 people lived in the Za'atri Refugee Camp in Jordan, near the Syrian border. All of them fled from Syria to escape the brutal civil war.
Zivia Lubetkin testifying at the Eichmann Trial, Jerusalem, 1961. Lubetkin was a leader in the Jewish Underground in Poland and key fighter in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
During the 1963 Chicago Public Schools Boycott, 225,000 students protested racial segregation and unequal conditions in Chicago's schools. This video features footage of the boycott and student participants' eyewitness accounts.
Women and children arrive on the “ramp” at Birkenau, where they would be moved along toward the gates. There, physicians decided whether they were fit for slave labor or death.