Rare album photo sheet piece with 2 photos of Jews working in the construction of the mine roadway from Dubno to Rowno. Dubno was an Ukrainian city and Rowno a Polish city. Both occupied by the Germans, that used Jewish slave labor from ghettos in those cities to work in the construction of infrastructures for the Germans. We can see in both photos some Jews working with spades. There's a German text written above the photos that says: Jews as road constructor workers - Mine Roadway Dubno - Rowno. Photos aren't glued and can be easily removed. This was part of a sheet of an album that might have belonged to a German soldier. On the reverse photos are missing but there's also some text written. Interesting photos of Jews working as slave laborers.