Os nazistas forçaram alguns judeus a servirem como "guardas" de seus próprios irmãos. Nesta foto pode-se ver "policiais" judeus em uma barricada na entrada do Gueto de Varsóvia. Polônia. Fevereiro de 1941.
When the deportations began in France in summer 1942, pastor André Trocmé urged his congregation to give shelter to any Jew who should ask for it. "These people came here for help and for shelter. I am their shepherd. A shepherd does not forsake his flock... I do not know what a Jew is. I know only human beings." On January 5, 1971, Yad Vashem recognized the Reverend André Trocmé and his wife, Magda, as Righteous among the Nations.
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943: The German army photographer snaps a photo of rabbis caught during the fighting.Their most likely fate right after this photo was taken was execution. The "better" scenario would have been deportation to a death camp.
Today in World War 2 History, January 9, 1943: Himmler visits Warsaw and orders 8,000 Jews deported from the ghetto. A few weeks later, on Jan 18, the uprising started. It was ended April 19-May 16 with a murderous leveling of the entire area, the demolition of virtually every building and the elimination of 56,000 people. See "Warsaw Ghetto Uprising" on Wikipedia for an amazing panorama photo of the devastation.
Discurso de Floriano Pesaro no aniversário de 70 anos da libertação de Auschwitz, em memória das vítimas do Holocausto nazista. Estou hoje aqui representando oficialmente o Governador Geraldo Alckmin. Também é a primeira vez que me encontro com a comunidade depois que fui nomeado Secretário Estadual do Desenvolvimento Social, mas quem está aqui é o…