Japanese Type 97 ‘Te-Ke’ light tanks, parade in front of the Philippines Legislature Building in Manila, after the city's capture in January 1942. The building is now The National Museum of Fine Arts, Manila.
Krakow ghetto: German Order Police and Jewish residents of the ghetto are photographed in front of the ghetto gate in Limanowskiego and Rynek Podgórski streets.
Between March 1941 and March 1943 a small section of the Podgórze district of Krakow was walled off and served as a holding pen, or ghetto, for about 15,000 Jewish residents of Krakow. The walls and gates are variously reported as having been built by forced Jewish labor or Polish contractors, probably a mixture of both. The writing above the gate reads “Jewish residential area” in German but rendered in Yiddish script.