A photograph of a male Jew in Lublin
Today’s random image from our picture archive – A Jew wearing an armband in Lublin in 1943.
At the start of World War Two, more than 40,000 or one-third of the population of Lublin were Jewish. Less than 300 survived the holocaust.
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Related content: images of Lublin during the Communist period.