Chart specifying who is considered to be Fully-Jewish, Half-Jewish, and Non-Jewish according to the Nuremberg Racial Laws. The categories translate from right to left as "Jew", "Half-Breed", and "Blood German".
This photo is considered to be the most famous one taken in the aftermath of the end of the Warsaw Ghetto Revolt.
It was included in the Stroop Report, a 75 page official report on the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, prepared for Hitler by Jurgen Stroop, the commander of German forces tasked with liquidating the Ghetto. The original title of the report was "The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More!" The boy in the photo remains unidentified. Jurgen Stroop was sentenced to death for killing American POWs and then extradited to Poland where he was also sentenced to death for killing Polish civilians. He was executed in 1952.
The Bielski Family
Jewish Resistance fighters Operating in Belorussia
The Bielski Partisans, formed by three brothers Tuvia (1906–1987), Asael (1908–1945), and Zus (1910–1995), operated in what is today Belarus between 1942 and 1944. The group became famous after the war due to their emphasis on providing a safe haven for Jews fleeing the Germans, especially women and children. They managed to protect and save more than 1,200 Jews. (Link)
Jewish children at Auschwitz in concentration camp uniforms after liberation by the Soviet Army. The picture is a still from a postwar Soviet Film preserved by the Polish Central State Archive of Film.
Survivors of Buchenwald Concentration Camp
Immigrating to Israel
There are a variety of video and audio resources available online outside of the Lloyd Sealy Library Collection. These materials include documentaries, newsreels, and especially testimony of Holocaust survivors recorded on video. This is only a limited list; there is much more material available on the general world wide web.
Text on the signs say:
"Germans! Defend Yourselves! Don't Buy from Jews!"
Generals Eisenhower, Bradley, Patton, and Eddy inspect a cremation pyre at the camp on April 12, 1945 at Ohrdruf Concentration Camp
General Dwight D. Eisenhower and other American officers tour Ohrdruf Concentration Camp after its liberation by American Forces in April 1945. (U.S. Army Signal Corps/NARA)