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Germany, family says good bye to her 14 years old daughter. the poor girl was raped and strangled by her plaguer

Germany, family says good bye to her 14 years old daughter. the poor girl was raped and strangled by her plaguer

Pictured is the famous diarist and author Anne Frank, who is one of the most known Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank was a young girl who was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and lived most of her life in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. When the Nazis gained control of Germany in 1939, Anne Frank and her family moved to Amsterdam.

This Is The Secret Annex Where Anne Frank, Her Family & 4 Others Lived For 2 Years & 1 Month Until They Were Anonymously Betrayed To The Nazi Authorities, Arrested & Deported To Their Deaths In Concentration Camps

After spending a number of years nursing for the Navy, Kay Bauer requested assignment to Vietnam and arrived there in January 1966. She was part of a Forward Surgical Team assigned to a Vietnamese provincial hospital in Rach Gia, in southernmost South Vietnam. She worked closely with her colleagues, both American and Vietnamese, in a hospital that had no running water or air conditioning.

Minnesota Women in Vietnam by Kim Heikkila :: Women Who Served

Clandestine photograph of  medical experimentation victim Bogumila Babinska in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. She was one of 74 "Rabbits" chosen for sadistic medical experimentation. Doctors cut her thigh muscles and cut into her shin bone, crippling and almost killing her.  Despite this, she was forced on a death march with other inmates beginning April 28, 1945.  She walked from Northern Germany to her home in Warsaw and survived the war.  She died in 1980.

Clandestine photograph of a Polish political prisoner and medical experimentation victim in the Ravensbrueck concentration camp. Pictured is Bogumila Babinska (Jasiuk).

Kristallnacht, literally, "Night of Crystal," is often referred to as the "Night of Broken Glass." The name refers to the wave of violent anti-Jewish pogroms which took place on November 9 and 10, 1938, throughout Germany, annexed Austria, and in areas of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia recently occupied by German troops.

Glass covers the streets after Kristallnacht/Night of the Broken Glass, November 1938 in response to the killing of a minor Nazi official

The House In Marbachweg 307, Frankfurt, Where Anne Frank Lived Before The Family Escaped To Holland

The House In Marbachweg Frankfurt, Where Anne Frank Lived before The Family Escaped To Holland

Nazi Germany, Hitler Youth rally in the Lustgarten, Berlin, May 1, 1933.

Nazi Germany, Hitler Youth Rally Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Nazi Germany, Hitler Youth rally in the Lustgarten, Berlin, May II - Europe - The Prelude Description

Dachau, Germany, Buchenwald survivor Benyomin and his father at the train station.

Ohh, my heart. Dachau, Germany, Buchenwald survivor Benyomin and his father at the train station.

Monster mom Gertrude Baniszewski and teen cohorts torture Sylvia Likens to death in Indiana boarding house of horror

Teen girl fatally bullied in Indiana house of horrors

Richard Dean Hobbs, 15 and Gertrude Baniszewski listen to Judge Harry Zaklan as he orders then bound over to the Marion County grand jury Nov. Both were charged with the murder of Sylvia LIkens. Joe Young/The News

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