Newly discovered photos show Nazi Kristallnacht up close


              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, show German Nazis ransack Jewish property during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
            
              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, shows German Nazis stand by ransacked Jewish property during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
            
              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, shows German Nazis and civilians watch ransacking of Jewish property during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
            
              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, shows German Nazis stand by ransacked Jewish property during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
            
              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, show a group of German Nazis and civilians watch ransacking of Jewish property during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
            
              This photo released by Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center, shows German Nazis carry Jewish books, presumably for burning, during Kristallnacht intake most likely in the town of Fuerth, Germany on Nov. 10, 1938. The photos were taken by Nazi photographers during the pogrom in the city of Nuremberg and the nearby town of Fuerth. They wound up in the possession of a Jewish American serviceman who served in Germany during World War II. His descendants,donated the album to Yad Vashem. (Yad Vashem via AP)
Newly discovered photos show Nazi Kristallnacht up close