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An illustration from Frank Tashlin's The Bear That Wasn't.
Shattered storefront of a Jewish-owned shop in Berlin destroyed during Kristallnacht on November 10, 1938.
A portrait of Bernard Lichtenberg.
A portrait of Bertha Pappenheim.
Photograph of Berthold Wolf, Otto Wolf's father.
As a young adult Bragg remembers a transformation of sorts—a turning point in his life—when he gained the courage to speak out against intolerance.
Rare historical photograph of the Bodzentyn ghetto showing the lower marketplace, Rynek Dolny, in 1941.
The Boers, semi-nomadic farmers of Dutch descent, often lived in impoverished conditions due to social isolation and their views on racial superiority.
Standing with a portrait of Vladimir Lenin, a communist agitator advocates for the Bolshevik program to Russian peasants sometime between 1918 and 1924.
Students contribute anti-German books to be destroyed at a Berlin book-burning on May 10, 1933. About 40,000 people attended the event.
Book cover for Identity and Belonging in a Changing Great Britain.
Booker T and the MGs performing on stage.