The photographs of Henryk Ross, taken between 1940-1944 in the Lodz Ghetto, are set to go on display in an exhibition in Boston this month
As ‘official’ photographer of the Lodz ghetto, Henrik Ross worked for the Nazis. Despite the collaboration, his camera also helped memory survive.
A Polish man discovered a touching amulet created in the Lodz Ghetto by a son, Avram, for his mother in 1943.
Chelyabinsk is known to the world as the place where a meteor struck. The Russian town also harbored Jews fleeing the Holocaust, including Rachel Rosmarin’s grandparents.