THE SAVE SEALS: minuto de silencio todos los dias por las victimas
Art Mott: This is a Incredible site. I hope the future Generations will take the time to learn about this horrific tragedy. To all the families who have shared there pictures and stories, Thank you.
Corinne: There is a picture here it says before the war, but it*s not accurate...the pic. is taken after the war in Romania because I grew up there and I recognize the children dresed as pioneers.
Bob Pianka: We are producing a television program about the Holocaust. Are the photographs on these web pages cleared
Takis Vianitakis: ΕΦΥΓΕ ΕΝΑΣ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΣ ΕΛΛΗΝΑΣ..
Auntie Grace: I'd like to know how to contribute my familys photographs. grandparents and Aunts taken by the Nazies. i have found photos that appear to be taken by the Nazis prior to them being taken. In the photos they show a Jewish star on the lape of each of them -- size of photo is small. Pls let me know if you are accepting more photos and family infomation for your collection.
petrginzgirl: My god!! Look at all the innocent people!!!!! Poor Jews!
roman_m: And it´s even worse! The same pictures are shown on pages 12 - 14 in 15 collections, every time the same! Sorry but where is the sense of this action?? Is it to suggest that the whole photo archive holds more images? That´s rubbish, I´m really disappointed.
roman_m: Is there a need that on page 11 the collection labeled "war criminals" is shown four times?
annw: I have some amazing photos how do I add them?
SANJA: My grandfather ( Eugen Hochberger) was killed in Jasenovac concentration camp in ex-Yugoslaviia. are there photos from jasenovac in YV photo archive as well?
Fearful! We found the photos of our family! Katalin & Sandor Rosenfeld from Kaba
Omar : Cuánto horror!. Y pensar que, con tantas pruebas, aún hay personas que niegan o dudan del Holocausto. Que nunca más la Humanidad repita semejante barbarie. Muchas gracias, desde Argentina.
tony hausner: Glad to see photos of gideon hausner and to see this very valuable collection posted to the web. Many thanks.
Adoniah Alexandra: This is so awesome...To be able to search the photos for loved ones long lost...Thank you to everyone responsible for this...
Thomas Conry: I just wanted to share my deep appreciation to those associated with Yad Vashem, which I visited for the first time in September of 2010, for always reminding us of its multi-faceted purpose and to Google for utilizing its master technology to make these sensitive archives available to the people of the world.
arievu: I As A Second Generation to Both Repents Holocaust Serving would like to Share Additional Photos . is there a link were i can upload those pictures???
MacBo: @Piotr Martyński
Please do not say you hate manipulation and then claim that "the whole world" says the German army (or rather the Wehrmacht) was a great thing or that whoever begs to differ is a "German PR specialist" - whatever that's supposed to mean. This site is way too much an important place to remember those who suffered and to learn about the crimes that where commited than to hold forth on splitting these kind of hairs. Not "spreading hate" is also accepting the fact that using the word Nazi for the perpetrators of that time or not saying "I am German, I am a murderer by nature.", does not mean the person wants to play down the role of every single German who got involved or turned a blind eye to what was going on.
May this collection serve humankind in honor of a people that has an everlasting right to exist - "`am yisrael chai!"
Sharon Thambala: I'm eager to know more about Holocaust, I empathise with I all the jews. God is with them.
Takis Vianitakis: congratulation. :(
tavoularis george: Impressive webpage, congratulations. Greece and Greek Jews have greatly suffered from Nazi's occupation
Mark Wilson: Photo collection is impressive, but there is one flaw that to me, as a Pole, is inacceptable: you cannot use use discriptions like: Lodz, Ponad, Ghetto, 1941. In 1941 Poland didn't exist (for those who are not familiar with history: Poland lost its independance in 1939, regained it in 1945). At that time Poland simply did not exist. So the information is historiccally incorret. And what's worse: it has some political aspect too. For me it is another way of saying: "Polish ghettos", "Polish concentration camps" - that is so often used by newspapers. Please spare people that kind of desinforamtion.
Michael Kniebel: Im so thankfull,that you opens this archiv now for the world. I had the possibillity,stay in Yad Vasham in 1987,and I was so shocked, because it is my story but, respectively, by Germany. And even though I am very interested in my story, so I have time, more than 40 years after the war, have to watch shocking scenes as relatives found the names of your family in the lists. I am very grateful now continue to participate in Israel's history and size, even if I do not have the chance to be there.
Joanna: We can't forget about this tragedy. Your galery is a big and important piece of work for the memory of the world. I'm from Poland, where we have many signs after Holocaust, but not every people are brave enough to see everything on their own. I was in Auschwitz and I must say it's a terrible experience, to think that in this place has died so many people. I hope that these 130 thousands photos will show people the enormous drama of Jude Nation. We can't understand how such a thing could happen, but we still can and must remember, and know that there are no words of apologize to billions of people, who suffered during the Second World War because of one man, and because the world prefered to stay quiet, than shout loudly.
This is so important! What an huge and important effort. You have done the right thing.
ulf strohmayer: This is a most excellent source, reminding us of what has been lost: the laughter, the dreams, the love. Thank you.
Avrom Brown: Thank you for providing this excellent resource.