Henryk Ross

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Gideon Hausner questions witness Henryk Ross during Eichmann-Trial (1961)

Henryk Ross (1 May 1910-1991) was a Polish Jewish photographer who was employed as a photographer by the Department of Statistics for the Jewish Council within the Łódź Ghetto during the Holocaust. Daringly, he documented Nazi atrocities while maintaining officially in the good graces of the German occupiers.[citation needed]


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