Simon Wiesenthal pictured in 1923 with a group of Boy Scouts of which he was the leader in Buczacz, Poland. Only one of these boys survived the Holocaust.
A portrait of Simon Wiesenthal and his wife Cyla, 1936.
Inmates of the Mauthausen concentration camp, where Wiesenthal was ultimately liberated, sewed this flag in secrecy during the final days of World War II. It contains 56 stars (the inmates couldn't remember the exact number of states) and thirteen stripes.
The liberation of Mauthausen by Allied forces in 1945.
Simon Wiesenthal at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Simon Wiesenthal at the opening of the Museum of Tolerance, 1993.