Witnesses to the Holocaust – Liberators, Resistance, Nazis, and Rescuers

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Do you know survivors from France, who may have been saved by Adolfo Kaminsky and his work?

The Nazis – Perpetrators

A number of documents from the Nazis, letters and speeches.

Josef Mengele German SS officer.
Josef Mengele (1911-1979), German SS officer. Photo taken by a police photographer in 1956 in Buenos Aires for Mengele’s Argentine identification document

Letters

 

 

 

 

Adolf Hitler speaks at a rally in Berlin in 1933
Hitler speaks at a rally in Berlin in 1933

Speeches

 

 

 

 

Geistig behinderte Kinder (Jungen mit Downs-Syndrom) Youngsters with Down's syndrome
Geistig behinderte Kinder (Jungen mit Downs-Syndrom) Youngsters with Down’s syndrome – Heilanstalt Schönbrunn bei Dachau. – SS-Foto, 16.02.1934

Victims

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember Polish Citizens

  Five Million Forgotten Non-Jewish Victims

Five Million Forgotten – Non Jewish Victims of the Shoah

Liberators

Liberation of Gunskirchen, Austria – May 4, 1945

Gunskirchen Lager

  • This pamphlet was produced by the US Army after they liberated a concentration camp in Austria called Gunskirchen Lager. The 71st arrived just days before VE day. Many graphic pictures included.

Liberator Testimonies

Former prisoners liberated from the Dachau Concentration Camp cheer at the raising of the Stars and Stripes, April 1945.

Debate the Holocaust?

Dan Johnson

Glenn Edward Belcher, Dachau Liberator

Bruce Nickols, Ohrdruf Liberation

Harry J. Herder, Buchenwald Liberation

Felix L. Sparks, We Were There & Dachau Liberation

William Cowling, Report from Dachau

Charles V. Ferree,

Dachau Liberation & Chuck’s Experiences

 

Resistance

Courage under Siege - Warsaw Ghetto

From left, Arnost Rosin, Josef Weiss of the Bratislava Ministry of Health, and Rudolf Vrba, in Bratislava, now Slovakia, June-July 1944. Vrba had escaped from Auschwitz on 7 April 1944, Rosin on 24 May.
From left, Arnost Rosin, Josef Weiss of the Bratislava Ministry of Health, and Rudolf Vrba, in Bratislava, now Slovakia, June-July 1944. Vrba had escaped from Auschwitz on 7 April 1944, Rosin on 24 May.

Rescuers

 

 

Bystanders

 

Asperg, Deportation von Sinti und Roma
English:Sinti and Roma people (Gypsies) about to be deported by the Nazis. Photograph taken in the German town of Asperg, 22 May 1940

Witnesses to the Holocaust