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Original caption
Original or archival image caption, which may be erroneous, biased, obsolete or politically extreme.
German: Nach dem Umschlagplatz
To the transhipping place
Description
English: Suppression of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - Captured Jews are led by German Waffen SS soldiers to the assembly point for deportation (Umschlagplatz).
Español: Judíos capturados por soldados alemanes eran llevados para la deportación.
Polski: Powstanie w getcie warszawskim - Deportacja Żydów.
Slovenščina: Nemški vojaki vodijo zajete žide na zbirno mesto za deportacijo.
Čeština: Židé z varšavského ghetta zajatí po potlačení povstání, odvádění na náměstí Umschlagplatz k deportaci
Depicted people
English: Neyer Family[1][2][3]: the woman at the head of the column, on the left, is Yehudit Neyer (born Tolub). She is holding onto the right arm of her mother-in-law. The child is the daughter of Yehudit and her father, Avraham Neyer, who can be seen to the girl's left. Avraham was a member of the Bund. Of the four, only Avraham survived the war. He currently lives in Israel. Yad Vashem Archives[2] in 2010-s began listing other possible identities:
  • Lusky family[2]: Malka Lusky (woman on the left) and Deba Lusky (older woman)
  • Lichtenstein family[2][4]: Gela Seksztein Lichtenstein (1907-1943) (woman on the left), [] Lichtenstein (older woman), Margalit Lichtenstein (girl) and Israel Lichtenstein (man on the right)

Polski: Rodzina Neyer[1][2][3]: kobieta z przodu po lewej to Yehudit Neyer (z domu Tolub), która trzyma rękę swojej teściowej. Dziewczynka jest córką Yehudit i Avrahama Neyera widocznego po jej lewej stronie. Avraham należał do Bund. Z tej czwórki tylko Avraham przetrwał wojnę i żyje teraz w Izraelu. Archiwum Yad Vashem[2] w latach 2010-tych zamieścił inne możliwe tożsamości:
  • Rodznina Lusky[2]: Malka Lusky (kobieta po lewej) i Deba Lusky (starsza kobieta)
  • Rodzina Lichtenstein[2][4]: Gela Seksztein Lichtenstein (1907-1943) (kobieta po lewej), [] Lichtenstein (starsza kobieta), Margalit Lichtenstein (dziewczynka) i Izrael Lichtenstein (mężczyzna po prawej)
Depicted place
English: Picture taken at Nowolipie street[5] looking East, near intersection with Smocza street. On the right townhouse at Nowolipie 63 further the ghetto wall with a gate, behind the wall one can see burning house Nowolipie 61. On the left burning balcony of the townhouse Nowolipie 62.
Polski: Zdjęcie zrobione na ulicy Nowolipie[5] widok na wschód przy skrzyżowaniu z ulicą Smoczą. Po prawej kamienica Nowolipie 63, dalej mur i brama getta, za murem widać płonący drewniany domek numer 61. Po lewej widać płonący balkon kamienicy Nowolipie 62 róg Smocza 2.[6]
Date between 19 April 1943 and 16 May 1943
date QS:P,+1943-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1319,+1943-04-19T00:00:00Z/11,P1326,+1943-05-16T00:00:00Z/11
Photographer Unknown
Unknown author
(Franz Konrad confessed to taking some of the photographs, the rest was probably taken by photographers from Propaganda Kompanie nr 689.[7][8])
Accession number NARA copy Nr.7
References
Source https://research.archives.gov/description/6003996
Other versions
Placement in the original document:
NARA copy page #9

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Camera location52° 14′ 30.01″ N, 20° 59′ 16.13″ E  Heading=67.5° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

Book[edit]

Author

Jürgen Stroop

Template:Stroop Report

Title German: Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!
The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw is No More!
Language

German

Description
Deutsch: Niederschlagung des Aufstandes im Warschauer Ghetto. Foto von Jürgen Stroop in einem Bericht an Heinrich Himmler vom Mai 1943.
English: Stroop Report: a report written by Jürgen Stroop for Heinrich Himmler about liquidation of Warsaw Ghetto in May 1943.
Polski: Raport Stroopa: raport z maja 1943, napisany przez Jürgena Stroopa do Heinricha Himmlera na temat likwidacji getta warszawskiego.
עברית: דו"ח סטרופ, נכתב על ידי יורגן סטרופ להיינריך הימלר על דיכוי המרד בגטו ורשה במאי 1943
NARA copy:
institution QS:P195,Q518155
Warsaw copy:
institution QS:P195,Q705173
Accession number
  • Warsaw copy: Source Record ID: 238-IMT-1061PS-Box 21-22
  • NARA copy: Source Record ID: 4/202z-Inv.4498
Date May 1943
date QS:P571,+1943-05-00T00:00:00Z/10
Dimensions Height: 30 cm (11.8 ″); Width: 22 cm (8.6 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,30U174728;P2049,22U174728
Object history
  • 1943: Three leather bound albums were created for Heinrich Himmler, Friedrich Krueger and Jürgen Stroop, and one unbound file copy of the report (das Konzept) remained in Warsaw, in the care of Chief of Staff Jesuiter.[1]
  • 1945: According to statement given in 1945 by Stroop's adjutant Karl Kaleshke, to US authorities in Wiesbaden, he ordered Stroops copy of the report burnt with other secret documents in Burg Kranzberg.[7]
  • 1945: After the war only two of the four copies were discovered, those belonging to Himler and Jesuiter.[8] Himler's copy went to Seventh Army Intelligence Center (SAIC) and Jesuiter's to Military Intelligence Research Section (MIRS) in London.[7] Several sources stated that German Bundesarchiv also had a copy in Koblenz.[9][10][8] However, in reply to inquiries by Richard Raskin, Bundesarchiv stated that third copy of report was never in their possession.[1]
  • : Both copies were exhibited at the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg in November 1945, sharing the document number 1061-PS, and used in the trial as “US Exhibit 275”.[1]
  • 1947: Both copies were used at International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg in the trial of Oswald Pohl as exhibit 503.
  • : Himler/SAIC copy of the Stroop report and Katzmann Report were handed over by Fred Niebergal, head of Office of Chief of Counsel for War Crimes – OCCWC, to Bernard Acht, head of Polish Military Mission in Nuremberg.[7]
  • 1948: Jesuiter/MIRS copy of the report went to National Archives (NARA) in Washington, D.C., where it remains.[1]
  • : The Warsaw (Himler/SAIC) copy of the report was used in Jürgen Stroop trial at Warsaw Criminal District Court,[8] and transferred afterwards to KC PZPR archive.[7]
  • 1952: The Warsaw copy is transferred to "Główna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce" and it successor Instytut Pamięci Narodowej – Komisja Ścigania Zbrodni przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu where it remains. [7]
References

Text of the report and the photographs can be found at:

References
  1. a b c d e f Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Raskin26
  2. a b c d e f g h Waffen SS soldiers leading Jews captured during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising to the Umschlagplatz.. Yad Vashem Archives. Retrieved on 24 October 2013.
  3. a b Dan Porat () The Boy: A Holocaust Story, Macmillan, pp. 221
  4. a b Ellen Lapidus Stern (May 15, 2005). Gela in the Playground here is Gela Sekstein Lichtenstein, her daughter Margalit, her Mother-in-law Mrs. Lichtenstein, and her husband Israel Lichtenstein. l. Retrieved on 24 October 2013.
  5. a b dyskusja na temat tego zdjęcia (discussion about this photograph)
  6. Photograph description based on discussion at Kolejka Marecka Forum (Post # 16)
  7. a b c d e f Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Stempowski
  8. a b c d Jürgen Stroop () Andrzej Żbikowski , ed. Żydowska dzielnica mieszkaniowa w Warszawie już nie istnieje! / Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!, Warsaw: Instytut Pamięci Narodowej, Żydowski Instytut Historyczny, pp. 10-18
  9. Yad Vashem Photo Archive
  10. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum[dead link]


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