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Roman Vishniac, Boy with a Toothache, Slonim, 1937, Gelatin silver print, Klotz / Sirmon Gallery, © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography, LL/3447
 
The Holocaust (1933-1945)
Contents
Introduction
933.01   Introduction to the Holocaust
933.02   The Holocaust: The Pre-Second World War setting
933.03   The Holocaust: Photographing inside the ghettos
933.04   The Holocaust in progress
933.05   The Holocaust: Death camps
933.06   The Holocaust: Children
933.07   The Holocaust: Photographers who died
933.08   Aftermath
933.09   The Holocaust: Women concentration camp guards
The Holocaust in contemporary photography
933.10   The legacy of the Holocaust in contemporary photography
933.11   Jack Burman: KZ
 
  
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