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Children being transported to the death camp. (Henryk Ross/Art Gallery of Ontario, gift from the Archive of Modern Conflict/Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts)

Exhibit Trains Overdue Lens on Secret Record of Life Under Nazis

In a rare Holocaust photo exhibit running now, you will be able to view the photos of late Henryk Ross, who risked his life to capture in film the many horrors experienced in the Lodz ghetto. Ross buried his negatives and recovered them later after surviving the Holocaust. Now, they will be on display until July 2017 at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston, in a first ever showing in the United States.

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