Unable to Work by David Olère. 131x162 cm, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York.  Inability to work was often an immediate death sentence. In the background of this painting, smoke rises from the crematorium to form the SS insignia.

Unable to Work by David Olère. A Living Memorial to the Holocaust. David Olère: L'Oeil du Témoin/The Eyes of a Witness. New York: The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, 1989

Les enfants dans la Shoah, 1933-1945, au cœur du génocide. PHOTO TROUBLANTE : Femmes et enfants juifs hongrois jugés inaptes au travail sur le chemin de la chambre à gaz n°4 du camp d'Auschwitz-Birkenau. Birkenau (sans le savoir...), Pologne, mai 1944

Les enfants dans la Shoah, 1933-1945, au cœur du génocide. PHOTO TROUBLANTE : Femmes et enfants juifs hongrois jugés inaptes au travail sur le chemin de la chambre à gaz n°4 du camp d'Auschwitz-Birkenau. Birkenau (sans le savoir...), Pologne, mai 1944

Ross-lodz8-«Ross prit beaucoup de photos d’enfants. On ne sait rien de cette petite fille. C’est une image magnifique, on dirait qu’elle veut encore avoir l’air d’être jolie comme un coeur, avec ce ruban dans les cheveux. Aux premiers temps du ghetto, il existait un lieu pour les enfants, du nom de Marisin, avec écoles et orphelinat. Mais plus tard, les enfants de moins de 10 ans furent considérés comme inaptes au travail et donc inutiles. La plupart furent déportés et exterminés à Chelmno.»

As ‘official’ photographer of the Lodz ghetto, Henrik Ross worked for the Nazis. Despite the collaboration, his camera also helped memory survive.

dessin David Olère nourriture crématoire Sonderkommando Auschwitz Birkenau

dessin David Olère nourriture crématoire Sonderkommando Auschwitz Birkenau

L’histoire des USA montre qu’ils sont inaptes en tant que « police mondiale »

L'histoire des USA montre qu'ils sont inaptes en tant que « police mondiale »

Alamo Drafthouse Puts Up Showings Of 'Team America' To Replace 'The Interview'

David Olere Holocaust Art | David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French) | I AM A CHILD

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French)

David Olère, Le Cri - Extermination de femmes et d'enfants innocents

'Arrival of a Convoy' by David Olère. ~ A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York. A new convoy arrives in the background as inmates struggle with a cart carrying away cadavers from a previous convoy.

Arrival of a Convoy by David Olère. cm, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York. A new convoy arrives in the background as inmates struggle with a cart carrying away cadavers from a previous convoy.

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French) ~ "La révolte du Sonderkommando d'Auschwitz-Birkenau" ~ As a Jew, David Olère was deported to Auschwitz, where he was forced to work in the gas chambers and crematorium. His work, based on personal experience, has exceptional documentary value. Needless to say that, in their tragic cruelty, his drawings and paintings are highly explicit.

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French)

The Revolt Of Sonderkommando In Auschwitz-Birkenau-David Olere

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Heidi Winner did a concentration project for Advanced Placement Studio Art that concerned the Holocaust of WWII. Her grandfather lived through a concentration camp and these are the works she did about that.

Priest and Rabbi by David Olère.162x131 cm, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York.  In the background left, the SS Moll throws women into the burning pit close to crematorium V. On the right, four prisoners carry a barrel of soup past a crematorium (II or III)

Priest and Rabbi - a painting by David Olère. In the background left, the SS Moll throws women into the burning pit close to crematorium V. On the right, four prisoners carry a barrel of soup past a crematorium (II or III).

dessin David Olère révolte Sonderkommando octobre 1944 Auschwitz Birkenau

dessin David Olère révolte Sonderkommando octobre 1944 Auschwitz Birkenau

Judith Dazzo painting called  "The Chosen One" ...6ft by 8ft. This painting shows the 2 Nazi uniforms for children, One is worn by the "Hitler Youth Army" boy, the other is worn by a child living in a Death Camp. The light emphasizes the reverance for the young soldiers.  The ravens are leaving the boy from the camp and moving toward the Hitler youth.  Many young people died towards the end of WW2. Young boys and old men fought for Hitler.

Judith Dazzo painting called "The Chosen One" by This painting shows the 2 Nazi uniforms for children, One is worn by the "Hitler Youth Army" boy, the other is worn by a child living in a Death Camp.

Degel Yisrael Fine Art Print

Degel Yisrael Fine Art Print

Geula Twersky’s art captures the beauty of the Land of Israel and the warmth and vibrancy of Judaism in its many cultural practices as well as the pain she felt

“This man, kneeling down before the Nazis, was my grandfather just before he was murdered. I look at this picture every day and promise that the Holocaust will never happen again.” - Meir Dagan (1945-2016).

Abuse of a Jew forced to wear a prayer shawl, Lukow, Poland The German Holocaust Against the Jewish People

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