One of the most moving sights of a visit to the city of Łódź is the enormous Jewish cemetery, with its rows and rows of untended graves. After the war, for many families, there was simply no one left to care for the dead. Photo by Mark Baker.

The enormous Jewish cemetery in Łódź, Poland, with many rows of untended graves left after World War II.

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