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Illustration: A Child at Gunpoint (1943) from the Stroop Report

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"Forcibly pulled out of dug-outs" (German: "Mit Gewalt aus Bunkern hervorgeholt") is the photo caption to two photos from the Stroop Report.

The first photo is "A Child at Gunpoint"[1] and the second is "Captured Jews are led by German soldiers to the assembly point for deportation"[2].



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