The central Polish city of Łódź was home to the second-biggest Nazi-run Jewish ghetto during the war. These cattle cars were used for selective transports to extermination camps when the ghetto got too full. Photo by Mark Baker.

Cattle cars used to move Jewish victims to extermination camps when the ghettos got too full, as they did in Łódź, Poland.

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