International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We remember!

Never forget and never forgive.
Judenstern, 1942–1945. USHMM
A Jewish mother hugging her little daughter while an Ordnungspolizei (Orpo) shoots them both in the head. Ivangorod’s massacre, Ukraine, 1942. Yad Vashem
Jewish men and women captured during the Warsaw ghetto uprising. April 19–May 16, 1943. USHMM
Jewish families surrendering to the German murderers. Warsaw ghetto uprising, April 19–May 16, 1943. Probably the most famous photo of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The little girl on the left was Hanka Lamet. The little boy in the front has been identified as Arthur Domb Semiontek, Israel Rondel, Tsvi Nussbaum or Levi Zeilinwarger. USHMM
Two little Lithuanian Jewish boys: Emanuel Rosenthal (2 years old) and Avram Rosenthal (5 years old) in the Kovno ghetto, 1944. They were deported to Majdanek and gassed upon arrival. USHMM
Suitcases of Jewish victims massacred and gassed. Majdanek. Yad Vashem
Shoes of Jewish victims massacred and gassed. Majdanek. Yad Vashem
The Gate of Death, entrance to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Stanisław Mucha. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Gas pellets of Zyklon B. Loboda, 1968. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Arrival of a transport of Hungarian Jewish men, women and children. Auschwitz-Birkenau, May-June 1944. On the side of the train is written “Deutsche Reichsbahn”. The Auschwitz Album. Yad Vashem
Hungarian Jewish men, women and children arriving at Auschwitz-Birkenau, May-June 1944. The Auschwitz Album. Yad Vashem
Hungarian Jewish women and children at the Judenrampe, just before selection. Auschwitz-Birkenau, May-June 1944. The Auschwitz Album. Yad Vashem
An old Hungarian Jewish woman carrying a baby in her arms and three other Jewish children walking towards the gas chamber. Auschwitz-Birkenau, May-June 1944. The Auschwitz Album. Yad Vashem
Hungarian Jewish women and children waiting for their “turn” to the gas chamber (grove closest to the crematorium). Auschwitz-Birkenau, May-June 1944. The Auschwitz Album. Yad Vashem
David Olère. Dans la salle de déshabillage, 1946. Guetto Fighter’s House Museum
David Olère. Après le gazage, 1946. Guetto Fighter’s House Museum
Hair from the victims of Auschwitz. After the liberation. Auschwitz, 1945. USHMM
Glasses from the victims of Auschwitz. After the liberation. Auschwitz, 1945. USHMM
Shoes from the victims of Auschwitz.
After the liberation. Auschwitz, 1945. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Baby survivor tattooed. Auschwitz, 1945. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Children survivors. After the liberation. Auschwitz, 1945. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum

PHOTO CREDITS

Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM)

Yad Vashem. The World Holocaust Remembrance Center

Holocaust Museum LA

Guetto Fighters’ House Museum

Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away

Antonia Tejeda Barros, 
Madrid, January 27, 2022

About Antonia Tejeda Barros

Madre de tres, doctoranda en Filosofía, flautista y violinista, profesora, alumna y súper fan de Woody Allen / Mother of three, daughter, sister, wife, PhD candidate (Philosophy), musician (recorder & baroque violin), teacher, student, and Woody Allen fan
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