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3 de diciembre 1942, judíos en una asamblea en el campo de detención de Drancy, en Francia. Desde ese lugar los judíos fueron enviados a campos de trabajos forzados y de exterminio. Desde junio de 1942 hasta Julio de 1944, 64 transportes con 64.700 franceses, polacos y alemanes judíos dejaron Drancy, 61 hacia Auschwitz y tres para Sobibor. Drancy fue liberado el 17 de agosto 1944.

3 de diciembre 1942, judíos en una asamblea en el campo de detención de Drancy, en Francia. Desde ese lugar los judíos fueron enviados a campos de trabajos forzados y de exterminio. Desde junio de 1942 hasta Julio de 1944, 64 transportes con 64.700 franceses, polacos y alemanes judíos dejaron Drancy, 61 hacia Auschwitz y tres para Sobibor. Drancy fue liberado el 17 de agosto 1944.

Moving 1,350-mile bicycle pilgrimage to visit Auschwitz  RIDE OF MY LIFE Robert Desmond arrives at Auschwitz and leaves his tributes.

My moving 1,350-mile bicycle pilgrimage to visit Auschwitz

Moving 1,350-mile bicycle pilgrimage to visit Auschwitz RIDE OF MY LIFE Robert Desmond arrives at Auschwitz and leaves his tributes.

El 14 de agosto de 1945, EE.UU. El presidente Harry S. Truman anuncia que Japón se había rendido incondicionalmente, poniendo fin a la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

El 14 de agosto de 1945, EE.UU. El presidente Harry S. Truman anuncia que Japón se había rendido incondicionalmente, poniendo fin a la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

Pearl harbor,  USS Oklahoma

Photos: Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941

Pearl harbor, USS Oklahoma

Controversial wartime Vatican figure Monsignor Cesare Orsenigo leaves a reception hosted by Adolf Hitler. Picture: Keystone/Getty

Controversial wartime Vatican figure Monsignor Cesare Orsenigo leaves a reception hosted by Adolf Hitler. Picture: Keystone/Getty

World War II: USS Wasp (CV-7): USS Wasp, October 1940

World War II: USS Wasp (CV-7)

World War II: USS Wasp (CV-7): USS Wasp, October 1940

The 'Arbeit macht frei' sign over the main gate of the Auschwitz I camp.

The 'Arbeit macht frei' sign over the main gate of the Auschwitz I camp.

Rabbi Yehoshua Ellis from Katowice, Poland, listens as a priest speaks during a special ceremony for Holocaust victims, murdered during the death march in January 1945... In the Polish town of Miedzna identification of some of the victims of the march who were burried at the local cemetery was identified.

Rabbi Yehoshua Ellis from Katowice, Poland, listens as a priest speaks during a special ceremony for Holocaust victims, murdered during the death march in January 1945... In the Polish town of Miedzna identification of some of the victims of the march who were burried at the local cemetery was identified.

Women Drancy

Women Drancy

Drancy, France, Jewish women in a waiting room, 1942.

Drancy, France, Jewish women in a waiting room, 1942.

Jewish prisoners in the Drancy camp. France, between 1941 and 1944.

Jewish prisoners in the Drancy camp. France, between 1941 and 1944.

May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II. . . //  Dos millones de personas se reunieron en Times Square para festejar el fin de la Segunda Guerra , el 8 de mayo de 1945 . . . @swami1951

May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II. . . // Dos millones de personas se reunieron en Times Square para festejar el fin de la Segunda Guerra , el 8 de mayo de 1945 . . . @swami1951

Brusy Dziemiany, Poland, The farmer, Stefan Durajewski. This farmer told about murders in this place. In his farm were burned the bodies of Jews murdered in the sub-camp of Stutthof.

Brusy Dziemiany, Poland, The farmer, Stefan Durajewski. This farmer told about murders in this place. In his farm were burned the bodies of Jews murdered in the sub-camp of Stutthof.

Lettre de Clara Garnek à son oncle : « Celles qui ont un peu de courage, elles le perdent petit à petit. »

Lettre de Clara Garnek à son oncle : « Celles qui ont un peu de courage, elles le perdent petit à petit. »

Drancy, France, Jews looking out the windows of a building used as a concentration camp, 1941.

Drancy, France, Jews looking out the windows of a building used as a concentration camp, 1941.

Polish Jewish orphans, under the temporary care of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), en route to France and Belgium. Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1946.

Polish Jewish orphans, under the temporary care of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), en route to France and Belgium. Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1946.