Henryk Ross

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Henryk Ross
Henryk Ross
witness Henryk Ross questioned by Gideon Hausner during Eichmann-Trial (1961)
Born 1 May 1910
Died 1991
Nationality Polish
Ethnicity Jewish
Known for Staff photographer for Judenrat, Łódź Ghetto

Henryk Ross (1 May 1910 – 1991) was a Polish Jewish photographer who was employed by the Department of Statistics for the Jewish Council (i.e. Judenrat) within the Łódź Ghetto during the Holocaust in occupied Poland. Daringly, working as staff photographer Ross also documented Nazi atrocities (such as public hangings)[1] while remaining officially in the good graces of the German occupational administration.[2]

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  1. ^ Marta Sinior (24 August 2005). "Fotografie z getta Henryka Rossa". Internet Archive. FotoPolis.pl. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 
  2. ^ Isaiah Trunk 2008, Łódź Ghetto: A History, pp. 53-56.

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