This building in Poland’s Nazi-run Łódź ghetto, still standing in 2014, was used in 1941 to house transports of Jews from Prague. Both Rudolf Margolius and his wife, Heda, spent time at the ghetto, though I’m not sure they ever stayed here. At its height, the Łódź ghetto held around 200,000 people in squalid conditions before the ghetto was liquidated in 1944. Photo by Mark Baker.

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