Amsterdam tram during the world years
Reflecting on History
Soviet soldiers escorting concentration prisoners
Close quarters, Birkeneau barracks
German propaganda illustration
The Cohen Family, Sonja, her sister Judie and her parents
On a Sunday in June in 1942, the Jewish Council mailed out the first batch of envelopes containing orders to report. Last names, A through D, under the age of forty were first.
Major Willy Lages Captain Aus der Funten (lower right) Adolph Eichman
Sonja Cohen and Herman Rosenstein, 1939
Herman Rosenstein went to school in Lübeck, Germany, where one day after his PE class, some friends teased him about being circumcised. Was he Jewish, they’d asked. After school, he’d asked his mother about it.