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.
Gela Seksztajn (1907-1942) Self-Portrait. Seksztajn lived and painted in the Warsaw ghetto. In hery will, which was preserved along with her watercolors in the underground archives of the Warsaw ghetto, she wrote, "...I am now standing at the boundary between life and death. I already know for certain that I must die and that is why I want to bid farewell to my friends and to my work. She died in Treblinka in August of 1942. Photo credit: Meczenstwo Walka, Zaglada Zydów Polsce 1939-1945…
Jewish children, kept alive in the Auschwitz II (Birkenau) concentration camp, pose in concentration camp uniforms between two rows of barbed wire fencing after liberation. Still from a postwar Soviet film.
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.