The wall of The Warsaw Ghetto built by the Germans to capture the Jewish population and starve them from 1940-1943

The wall of The Warsaw Ghetto built by the Germans to capture the Jewish population and starve them from 1940-1943

A street in the Warsaw ghetto - the biggest ghetto in the Poland, with almost half a million Jews. By the end of 1941 most Polish Jews had been moved into ghettos. The Warsaw ghetto was also used to temporarily imprison Jews deported from other countries on the way to the death camps.

A street in the Warsaw ghetto - the biggest ghetto in the Poland, with almost half a million Jews. By the end of 1941 most Polish Jews had been moved into ghettos. The Warsaw ghetto was also used to temporarily imprison Jews deported from other countries on the way to the death camps.

SS assault troops capture two Jewish resistance fighters pulled from a bunker during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The original German caption reads alternately: Pulled from a bunker or Bandits.

SS assault troops capture two Jewish resistance fighters pulled from a bunker during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The original German caption reads alternately: Pulled from a bunker or Bandits.

Tumblr... where the Warsaw Ghetto used to be, Hanukkah candles light the night

Tumblr... where the Warsaw Ghetto used to be, Hanukkah candles light the night

praises: “ “ Irena Sendler (photographed with her daughter, Janka) Died: May 12, 2008 (aged 98) Warsaw, Poland  During WWII, Irena got permission to work in the Warsaw ghetto, as a Plumbing/Sewer specialist. She had an ulterior motive.  Irena...

praises: “ “ Irena Sendler (photographed with her daughter, Janka) Died: May 12, 2008 (aged 98) Warsaw, Poland During WWII, Irena got permission to work in the Warsaw ghetto, as a Plumbing/Sewer specialist. She had an ulterior motive. Irena...

Warsaw Ghetto, smashed into the ground by German forces, according to Adolf Hitler`s order, after the suppressing of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943. North-west view, left - the Krasinski`s Garden and Swietojerska street, photo taken in 1950.

Warsaw Ghetto, smashed into the ground by German forces, according to Adolf Hitler`s order, after the suppressing of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943. North-west view, left - the Krasinski`s Garden and Swietojerska street, photo taken in 1950.

On October 2, 1940, the Warsaw ghetto was formally established. Six weeks later, on November 15, the ghetto was sealed with walls, as shown in this 1941 photograph. "Ghettoization" restricted the rights of Jews, created deplorable living conditions, and clustered Jews into condensed areas facilitating the eventual deportations to extermination camps.

On October 2, 1940, the Warsaw ghetto was formally established. Six weeks later, on November 15, the ghetto was sealed with walls, as shown in this 1941 photograph. "Ghettoization" restricted the rights of Jews, created deplorable living conditions, and clustered Jews into condensed areas facilitating the eventual deportations to extermination camps.

World War II in Pictures — Female Jewish fighters in Warsaw Ghetto Uprising...

World War II in Pictures — Female Jewish fighters in Warsaw Ghetto Uprising...

Today in History: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Ends, Germans Begin Deportation (1943)

Today in History: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Ends, Germans Begin Deportation (1943)

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Today in History: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Ends, Germans Begin Deportation (1943)

Today in History: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Ends, Germans Begin Deportation (1943)

THE WARSAW UPRISING, AUGUST-OCTOBER 1944 Where then was the rest of the world?

THE WARSAW UPRISING, AUGUST-OCTOBER 1944 Where then was the rest of the world?

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II.

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II.

Pinterest
Search