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A photo identification card, bearing the official stamps of the Krakow labor office and the General Government, Krakow district, that was issued to a Polish Jew, Cyrla Rosenzweig, who survived as one of the Schindler Jews. Below: Kommandant Amon Goeth riding a horse in Plaszow concentration camp. Goeth was responsible for the liquidation of ghettos and labor camps in Bochnia, Tarnow, and Krakow, among others. In February 1943 he was appointed kommandant of Plaszow, where he remained until September 1944. After the war he was tried and executed in Krakow.

(Photo credits: Janka Rosenzweig Collection, Prof. Leopold Pfefferberg-Page Collection, both courtesy of USHMM Photo Archives)

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