Archives photos Documents iconographiques Attention, certaines photographies peuvent choquer les personnes les plus sensibles. Vie juive en Ukraine avant la Shoah 1935. Portraits de jeunes juifs à Orinin, Ukraine 1942. Group portrait of five Jewish women and a Jewish man, wearing Dutch Star of David badges inscribed with the word « Jood ». 1944. Portrait of a Jewish DP child who had been living in hiding with a non-Jewish family in the Ukraine during World War II. 1944. Portrait of a Jewish DP child who had been living in hiding with a non-Jewish family in the Ukraine during World War II. Vie dans les ghettos et pogrom 1943. A painting by artist Sophia Kalski depicting Lwow in the winter of 1943. The artist writes « I walk round and round all alone in the streets and I don’t know–should I go left or right… » 1941. Bystanders watch Jews as they are rounded up and attacked on a street in Lvov. 1941. Bystanders watch as a young boy attacks a man with a broom on a street in Lvov. 1941. Bystanders watch Jews as they are rounded up and attacked on a street in Lvov. 1941. Bystanders watch Jews as they are rounded up and marched through a street of Lvov. 1941-1944. Execution by hanging of Jews from Lvov. Einsatzgruppen et Shoah par balles 1941-1943. German soldiers of the Waffen-SS and the Reich Labor Service look on as a member of an Einsatzgruppe prepares to shoot a Ukrainian Jew kneeling on the edge of a mass grave filled with corpses. 1942. Naked Jewish women, some of whom are holding infants, wait in a line before their execution by Ukrainian auxilliary police. 1941. Men with an unidentified unit execute a group of Soviet civilians kneeling by the side of a mass grave. 1941. A German police officer shoots Jewish women still alive after a mass execution of Jews from the Mizocz ghetto. A German policeman prepares to complete a mass execution by shooting two Jewish children, who were shot with the others in connection with the liquidation of the Mizocz ghetto. circa 1941. German police and auxiliaries in civilian clothes look on as a group of Jewish women are forced to undress before their execution. 1943. German police and auxiliaries in civilian clothing prepare to execute naked Jewish men and boys who are being lined up at the edge of a mass grave. 1944. Soviet soldiers exhume a mass grave in Lvov. 1940. Portrait of four-year-old Malvina Babat and three-year-old Polina Babat, who were killed at Babi Yar.