The German photographer immortalized Cologne Jews persecuted by the Nazis on the eve of World War II. An exhibition at the Shoah Memorial in Paris pays homage to this endeavor, showing for the first time some of those faces. Being a Jew in Germany in 1938 was not a good thing. Since 1933, members of the National Socialist Party had been...
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