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Exterior view of the house belonging to the school mistress where Klara, Alfred and Ernst Moritz stayed after arriving in France.
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View of a mass grave for Poles killed by Germans in Warsaw. #81760

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Polish women ride on an open cart through a street of Warsaw. #81761

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Polish men exhume corpses in a field in Warsaw. #81763

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Polish men exhume corpses in a field in Warsaw. #81765

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Grave of a Polish patriot was was shot and buried next to the American Embassy. #81767

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A young boy sells cigarettes in front of the Hotel Polonia in Warsaw. #81776

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Three people visit the factory where supposedly soap was made from human corpses. #81784

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Poles wait in line to apply for American visas. #81787

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An enthusiastic crowd greets Queen Wilhelmina. #81788

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Asher Fetherhar (later Zidon) poses with members of the Hechalutz Mizrachi hachshara in Sokolow Podlaski. #81733

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13924

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13925

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13926

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13927

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13928

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Illustrated photographic scrapbook of the Shomer Hatzair group of prewar Vilna. #N13929

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Righteous rescuer Dela Wikkerink returns Aaron Jedwab to his parents. #81789

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Rabbi Yitzhak Jewdwab, his wife Lena and son Aaron pose with the family of their rescuers, the Wevers after liberation. #81796

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Studio portrait of Jan and Dela Wikkerink, Righteous Among the Nations, and their eight children. #81797

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Studio portrait of sixteen-year-old Lena Kropveld. #81798

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Wedding portrait of Lenny Kropveld and Rabbi Yitzchak Jedwab. #81799

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Portrait of a Dutch family that hid the Jewabs for three months. #81803

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Aaron Jedwab, a Jewish infant in hiding as Jan Willem Herfstein, is cradled by his foster siblings Dick, Janni and Ina Wikkerink. #81836

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Exterior view of the Wevers' home where Yitzchak and Lena were hidden. #81842

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View of the box and blanket that hid the newborn infant Aaron Jedwab as he was transported to the Wikkerink home. #81843

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Aaron Jedwab, a Jewish infant in hiding as Jan Willem Herfstein, poses with his foster siblings Dick, Janni and Ina Wikkerink. #81844

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Members of the Wikkerink family stand outside their home shortly after Aaron Jedwab, a Jewish infant, was left on their doorstep. #81892

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Family portrait of Yirzchak, Lena and Aaron Jedwab taken prior to their immigration to the United States. #81893

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Henny Wikkerink holds her foster brother, Aaron Jedwab, a Jewish infant in hiding as Jan Willem Herfstein. #81894

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Family portrait of Yirzchak, Lena and Aaron Jedwab taken prior to their immigration to the United States. #81895

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Close-up portrait of Aaron Jedwab, a Jewish infant in hiding as Jan Willem Herfstein. #81896

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