Recently TracesOfWar recieved a collection of unique photo's. The photo's come from the heritage of a German soldier who served with a supply unit. They were taken in Warsaw and surroundings in 1942.
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Various pictures show the ghetto of Warsaw. The Jewish inhabitants of Warsaw and its surroundings would be concentrated there, isolated from the outside world. The Warsaw ghetto was the largest ghetto established by the Germans. This part of the city was separated from the rest by a brick wall, 10 feet high and a length of 10 miles. At the highest point, 445.000 Jews would be housed inside the ghetto. Ten thousands of them would perish. They not only died from starvation but also from illnesses breaking out as a result of the deplorable hygienic conditions and the lack of medical facilities.
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