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3744*5616
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_MG_3994.jpg
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EXIF Metadata

Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
DateTimeOriginal
2018:03:22 12:22:03
ApertureFNumber
f/6.3

IPTC Metadata

iptc_author
Sven Tetzlaff
iptc_copyright_notice
Sven Tetzlaff 2017
iptc_keywords
Religion, Judaism, Jews, Nations and Landmarks, China, Shanghai, Hongkou, Refugees
iptc_general_headline
Sector for Stateless Refugees
iptc_general_objectdescription
The Shanghai Ghetto, formally known as the Restricted Sector for Stateless Refugees, was an area of approximately one square mile in the Hongkew district of Japanese-occupied Shanghai (the southern Hongkou and southwestern Yangpu districts of modern Shanghai). The area included the community around the Ohel Moshe Synagogue but about 23,000 of the city's Jewish refugees were restricted or relocated to the area from 1941 to 1945[1] by the Proclamation Concerning Restriction of Residence and Business of Stateless Refugees. It was one of the poorest and most crowded areas of the city. Local Jewish families and American Jewish charities aided them with shelter, food, and clothing.[1] The Japanese authorities increasingly stepped up restrictions, but the ghetto was not walled, and the local Chinese residents, whose living conditions were often as bad, did not leave.
date_creation
20180322

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