A woman selling potatoes from a cart in a Warsaw ghetto street shown in one among some 48 images shown at the Fotoplastikon in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The pictures, mostly taken between 1940, when the ghetto was established, and 1945 when only a sea of ruins remained of it, show people, vendors and beggars in the streets, a bazaar and the Jewish cemetery. The show at the old-fashioned Fotoplastikon opened as part of observances marking 70 years since a few hundred poorly armed young Jews put up a fight against Nazi Germans who were taking ghetto residents to death camps. The revolt was crushed in May 1943, the ghetto was razed to the ground and its residents killed. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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A woman selling potatoes from a cart in a Warsaw ghetto street shown in  one among some 48 images shown at the Fotoplastikon in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The pictures, mostly taken between 1940, when the ghetto was established, and 1945 when only a sea of ruins remained of it, show people, vendors and beggars in the streets, a bazaar and the Jewish cemetery. The show at the old-fashioned Fotoplastikon opened as part of observances marking 70 years since a few hundred poorly armed young Jews put up a fight against Nazi Germans who were taking ghetto residents to death camps. The revolt was crushed in May 1943, the ghetto was razed to the ground and its residents killed. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
A woman selling potatoes from a cart in a Warsaw ghetto street shown in one among some 48 images shown at the Fotoplastikon in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The pictures, mostly taken between 1940, when the ghetto was established, and 1945 when only a sea of ruins remained of it, show people, vendors and beggars in the streets, a bazaar and the Jewish cemetery. The show at the old-fashioned Fotoplastikon opened as part of observances marking 70 years since a few hundred poorly armed young Jews put up a fight against Nazi Germans who were taking ghetto residents to death camps. The revolt was crushed in May 1943, the ghetto was razed to the ground and its residents killed. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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