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Photographs
Germany
1945
Gelatin silver prints
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Photographs of German cities after the war, most showing the extent of the destruction. Cities include Munich and Effingten.

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Zachor Holocaust Museum Collection

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Munich (Germany)
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Effingten, Germany
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World War, 1939-1945


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