The Krakow Ghetto

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Jews wait in line on a streetcorner in the Krakow ghetto. The sign in Polish reads, "Souvenirs from Krakow."

Jews wearing armbands are forced to shovel snow from the pavement in Krakow.

A German policeman checks the identification papers of Jews in the Krakow ghetto.

Jews selling off their possessions in the streets of the Krakow ghetto.

Jews move their belongings into the Krakow ghetto in horse-drawn wagons.

German soldiers check the papers of Jews moving into the Krakow ghetto.

A group of Jews chop up furniture to use as fuel in the Krakow ghetto.

A photo identification card, bearing the official stamps of the Krakow labor office.

Jews from the Krakow ghetto, who have been rounded-up for deportation, are crowded onto the back of a truck.

Close-up of an announcement affixed to a city kiosk, ordering the resettlement of Jews from the city of Krakow, signed by district chief, Dr. Wachter.

A Jewish woman and her two young children await deportation from the Krakow ghetto.

View of the gate at the Krakow ghetto.

A column of Jews marches through the streets of Krakow during the final liquidation of the ghetto. An SS unit oversees the deportation action.

Oskar Schindler poses next to his horse at the "Emalia" enamelware factory in Krakow-Zablocie.

Group portrait of female office workers employed by Oskar Schindler at his "Emalia" enamelware factory in Krakow-Zablocie.

Jewish prisoners at forced labor in Plaszow.

Jewish prisoners at forced labor in Plaszow.

Portrait of an SS guard with his dog at the Plaszow concentration camp.

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Electric Zen
Ken Lewis
November 28, 1998
Rev. 1.0