HOLOCAUST photograph of a yellow star, badge that Jews had to wear the uniforms in concentration camps and ghettos. This specimen is the survivor Alfred Kantor (1923-2003), artist jew Czechoslovak survived Terezin, Auschwitz and Schwarzheide; the star is kept in a page of the diary by himself illustrated in which, at the risk of being found out, he wanted to tell the daily life in the concentration and extermination camps, leaving a fundamental trace of the tragic events of 1944-1945.

Paesi Bassi

title: YELLOW STAR

subject date: 2004-11-16

caption: HOLOCAUST photograph of a yellow star, badge that Jews had to wear the uniforms in concentration camps and ghettos. This specimen is the survivor Alfred Kantor (1923-2003), artist jew Czechoslovak survived Terezin, Auschwitz and Schwarzheide; the star is kept in a page of the diary by himself illustrated in which, at the risk of being found out, he wanted to tell the daily life in the concentration and extermination camps, leaving a fundamental trace of the tragic events of 1944-1945.

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country: Paesi Bassi

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continent: Europa

image century : XX

image epoch: Seconda Guerra Mondiale

subject century: XX

subject epoch: Seconda Guerra Mondiale

technique: fotografia

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keywords

Anti-SemitismWorld War IIHolocaustHolocaustJudaismCzechoslovakiaGermanyNazismWorld War IIWWIIKantor A.RacismJudeDavidStarWorld War IIWW2branddistinctivereligious persecutionfinal solution

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