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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.
#91146

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A column of American prisoners march along a road after having been captured by German soldiers. #33786

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A column of American prisoners march along a road after having been captured by German soldiers. #33787

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Group portrait of American prisoners soon after having been captured by German soldiers. #33788

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Prewar portrait of two Jewish children, Nadia and Marcel Cohen, in Tunisia. #44534

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Terese Cohen sits in a garden wearing traditional dress. #44535

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Terese Cohen, a Tunisian Jewish women, poses with hre two children, Nadia and Marcel. #44538

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Portrait of two Tunisian Zionist youth. #44539

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A group of Tunisian schoolgirls wearing aprons. Nadia Cohen is in the first row - 3rd from the left. #44540

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The wedding of Terese and Nachum Cohen. #44543

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Studio portrait of Nadia Cohen. #44544

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Ahmed Bey, the royal ruler of Tunisia, walks down the street. #49690

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Studio portrait of Dr. Emile Fellous. #49691

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Daisy Seror tends to a young girl at an OSE clinic funded by the American Joint Distribution Committe. #56361

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Daisy Seror poses in a traditional Tunisian costume. #56362

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Identification card for Victor Assal (the father-in-law of the donor). #97586

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Colorized close-up portrait of two Algerian brothers, Albert (left) and Andre (right) Benichou, serving in the French army in Tunisia,. #51953

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French Algerian soldiers pose on the balcony of the Bardo Palace on the outskirts of Tunis, which was converted into a military barracks. #51954

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Five French Algerian soldiers pose on the steps of the Bardo Palace on the outskirts of Tunis, which was converted into a military barracks. #51955

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Albert Benichou, a French Jew from Algeria, operates a telegraph machine called a Baudot, while serving in the French Army's Postal Service in Tunis. #51956

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Albert Benichou, an Algerian Jew serving in the French army, poses with other recruits while in training in Tunisia. #51957

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Workers of the Central Telegraph Office in Tunis operate their teletypes. #51958

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Workers of the Central Telegraph Office in Tunis operate their teletypes. #51959

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Studio portrait of Missa Tayar, Raoul Tayar's grandmother. #63171

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Wedding portrait of Daniel and Simcha Tayar. #63172

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Studio portrait of Raoul Tayar with his mother Simcha and Aunt Justine. #63174

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Prewar studio portrait of the Tayar family. #63175

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Staff members of the Betar Zionist scout movement in postwar Tunisia. #63177

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Children stand at attention during a flag raising ceremony at the Ayindram Betar summer camp. #63184

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Luigi Beretras poses his wife on the balcony of their home in Tunisia. #07653

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Portrait of the Beretras family in their home in Tunis. #07654

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