Povilas Seikalis (1931–1954) – arrested in 1950 and sentenced to 10 years in the Kengyr labour camp (Dzheskasgan region, Kazakh SSR). Killed on 16 May 1954, the first day of the Kengyr Uprising.
Scharlotte Yaxis, Jewish inmate in the Riga Kaiserwald concentration camp, Latvia. Fate unknown.
Czesława Kwoka (1928–1943) – a Polish Catholic girl from Wólka Złojecka in Zamość region in Poland. Died in the Auschwitz concentration camp at the age of 14.
Leon Wierzbicki, along with his son Edward and wife Antonina, was deported from Stryjówka in Tarnopol province, Poland to Ozierki labor camp in Sverdlovsk Oblast, USSR.
Witold Pilecki (1901 – 1948) – Polish soldier, member of the underground Home Army. Author of the first intelligence report about the Auschwitz concentration camp. After the war a political prisoner, victim of a judiciary murder.
Cardinal Iuliu Hossu (1885 – 1970) – a Greek-Catholic priest, Bishop of Cluj and Gherla, senator in the Romanian Parliament.
Unidentified Hungarian boy. Inmate no. 47829 of the he Auschwitz concentration camp.
Count Gyula Batthyány (1887 – 1959) – famous painter, descendant of the first Prime Minister of Hungary, Count Lajos Bathyány.
Unidentified Frenchman. Inmate no. 57846 of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Unidentified Jewish woman. Inmate no. 6885 of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Zofia Minczanowska. Photo taken in Tehran in 1942, after Poles were allowed to leave the USSR with Polish II Corps under General Władysław Anders command.
ENRS would like to thank following institutions for allowing us to use photos from their collections:
- Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Archives
- Center for Documentation of Deportations, Expulsions and Resettlements, Pedagogical University of Cracow
- Collection of the National Archives of Romania; Genocide and Resistance Research Centre of Lithuania
- Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security
- Museum ‘Jews in Latvia’