(UPDATE Motz"Sh, 11:19pm: I reposted the pictures, since Blogger seems to have forgotten about me. They promised to put back the post but still haven't as of now. Comments, however, are gone. I added one or two pictures that weren't in the original post.)
The "Joint" recently went public with their archive of pictures from activities during and after WW2. As we know, many of our brothers and sisters - including the Rabbeyim of Lubavitch - were helped by the Joint during those difficult times - and before/after as well. This includes Jews of all nationalities. Not much was known about it, since they never went public with their activities, but they have now. And I chose some of the pictures that depict frum life in the DP Camps, as well as places like Vilna and Shanghai during WW2. I searched through many of the pictures and saved what I liked; those pictures of religious Jews that we can relate to, that maybe feature people and places that we heard of growing up - Feldafing, Foerenwald, Poking, Vilna, Kobe, Shanghai, etc. I saved them but unfortunately didn't note where many of them are from, so some have no captions. I apologize for that.
az s'nishtoh kein vayber shul shteit men indroysen..
Gantz a sheiner Esrog far a DP lager... (Germany)
I wonder whom they're waiting for... (Germany)
I'd be proud of my Matzoh if it came out like that too... (Germany)
In Germany, baking matzos just like before.
In Feldafing DP Camp with his treasure...
Rav BZMC Uziel visiting Cyprus Detention Camp
Cyprus. S'iz der zelber Eybershter, afilu in Cyprus.
Beth Bialik, Austria. The aniyus screams out!
Beth Bialik, Austria DP Camp. Learning Torah never ends.
In Feldafing DP Camp, post WW2. Anybody care to guess who this is?
Kobe, Japan. See anybody you know?
In Vilna, thinking about his family and future, no doubt.
Pocking, Germany, where many Lubavitchers may have met their first Hungarian brethren. The Sharmasher Rov is in the center.
Lunch in Vilna, thinking about home...
In Kobe, Japan, before departing for Shanghai. IIRC that's Reb Moshe Shatzkes on the left.
Kobe, Japan. Group picture of refugees
Afileh in Vayten Vilna farlozt er nisht dem sefer...
In Prien, Germany, after WW2. Oy, vee zees!
Lubavitcher Bochurim in Yeshivah in Vilna.
A protest in the DP Camp?!
In Vilna, being Osek in Avodas HaTfilloh.
Kobe, Japan. In Transit.
Ay, Vilne, mein Vilne.
m'derkvikt zich a bissale in Vilne
m'lernet vayter, vee es volt gornishe geven, Vilne.
Peylishe Kinderlach, antlofen fun der heim, in Vilne
Moh Ohavti Sorosecho in Kobe, Japan
Tinokos shel Bais Rabbon in Vilne