World War, 1939-1945--Jewish resistance
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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection consists of over 180 black and white photographs and photoduplications of printed images, used for newspaper publication. Arranged in two series, the first contains images related to Jewish life in Europe and the United States, and especially images from the Holocaust; the second primarily covers events surrounding the foundation of the Israeli state.
Item — Box 2: Series Series 2, Item: 9
Identifier: Item 9
Scope and Contents Jews and World War II The first series in this collection contains black and white photographs, originally published in a variety of period newspapers, especially The Mirror, describing events related to, and from World War II and the Jewish Holocaust. Included are portraits of Jewish men and boys; images of Jewish life, holidays, and anti-Nazi protests, primarily in New York; images of Jewish life in Europe under the Nazis; images of Jewish...