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December 07, 2004

Christmas in Nazi Germany

 Nazi_boots Christmas in the Third Reich and 42 Nazi Leadership Portraits. (From ”Barista”)

26 members of the Pitel family of Parczev, Poland, gathered for a family photo in 1938. Josef Pitel moved to Israel shortly after this photo was taken. In 1943 the entire family was murdered in Treblinka. Josef was the only survivor

Juden! Haunting photographs of Polish Jews taken by Nazi soldiers during 1939-1943. (From ”Poland at War”)

Radzilow, once a vibrant Jewish Shtetl

Teutonic offerings from Germania International Specializing in German Military and Historical Collectibles. (Warning: Proud Teutonic music welcomes you to the site)

Israel was shocked recently by images of soldiers forcing violinist to play at roadblock. Too many memories

More Holocaust stamps drawn by children

A retired Italian doctor who invented a fictitious disease which fooled the Nazis during World War II

“Holocaust Dialogue”, disturbing art from Alchemical Wedding

Many More Unusual Links about the Holocaust Here

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