It was the chilly winter season of the year 1944 and the Holocaust movement was also at its peak. A Jewish photographer Henryk Ross who was from Poland used to work as a news and sports photographer before the German invaded his city in the year 1939.
When the Holocaust was at its height, the photographer buried a box full of photographs in the ground so that Nazis couldn’t find them. After more than a year, he came to unearth the photos. Today we have decided to reveal some of those photographs
1.Picture taken in 1940 of a man who saved the Torah from the rubble of the Synagogue on Wolborksa Street.
2.Picture of a couple. The picture must be from 1940-1944.
3.A boy searching for food. (1940-1944).