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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.

Paris, France, Confiscation of an apartment belonging to a Jew by the authorities, 1941.

Jewish women in their barracks in Drancy, France, 3rd December 1942.

Pictured here is a Purim play being held in the ghetto in Wielopole, Poland in 1942. The Jewish community in Wielopole was poor and numbered about 500. On June 26, 1942, the Germans expelled the entire community to Ropczyce and then to the Belzec death camp.

On 1 September 1939, the Germans invaded Poland, and on 5 September they conquered Płońsk. On 16 December 1942, the last of the Jews of Płońsk were sent to Auschwitz. Out of all the Jews living in Płońsk when the Germans invaded, only a few dozen survived the Shoah. This is the story of the community of Płońsk.

Pictured here are children performing a play during Purim in Wieliczka, Poland in 1942. Many men fled the town with the approach of the Germans in 1939. More men were murdered when the Germans arrived. Wieliczka became the only town with an all female Judenrat. Women also performed the forced labor until the men returned. On August 26, 1942 a large scale Aktion occurred during which many Jews were murdered, while the majority were sent to the Belzec death camp.

Two young women give flowers to an American officer. Cherbourg, France, 1944.

Song composed in Theresienstadt for Bertha Weinschenk’s 75th birthday on 11 May, 1944. Translation: “The bravest woman in the entire room Is this dear Mrs. Weinschenk…. ….And today she is 75 years old We present to her our wishes..."

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

A group of survivors who took part in a revolt at Sorbibor on 14 October 1943.