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Moses Berkowitz wrote the account in Yiddish in , and Adah Fogel translated it into English at an unknown date. Alan I. Survivors compiled the material in Hebrew and Yiddish in Israel in ; Harry Langsam later translated it into English, and donated this copy in This collection contains poetry and songs written in Yiddish by survivors of German and Stalinist concentration camps.
Included are the personal accounts of eight Holocaust survivors, which describe the roles of music and poetry in the camps, their struggles for survival, and their lives in Treblinka, Majdanek, and other camps. The donor, Roman Kaminsky, compiled the materials and translated them into Russian. He retained the original Yiddish versions, Includes a report on the general history of concentration camps and individual reports on Dachau, Auschwitz, Neuengamme, Mauthausen, and Alderney Aurigny.
Surrender of German forces at Tippelskirch castle near Ludwigslust, Germany. Henry Tovey collected these materials during and after World War II, donating them no later than Selected Records from the State Museum of Majdanek, These records contain information about the Majdanek killing center near Lublin, Poland. Included are a transport list of Polish Jews who arrived in May and fragments of lists of Jews of various nationalities who died at the camp during May to September This collection contains 13 photographs of the burial ceremony of camp victims near Regensburg, Germany; several documents relating to labor and food conditions at Regensburg during World War II; and a report of the atrocities at the Buchenwald camp.
Walter Fried, the donor, collected the material and took the photographs of the Regensburg burial site while serving in the U. This correspondence contains information about inmates in Terezin, Birkenau, Sachsenhausen, and Oranienburg concentration camps. Elizabeth Gross, who lived in Prague during the Holocaust and was in contact with several persons in various concentration camps, These records contain information about various concentration and labor camps in Europe from to The bulk of the records are transport lists of prisoners between major concentration camps such as Mauthausen, Buchenwald, Dachau, and Auschwitz.
These lists contain information about the place and date of birth, occupation, religion, and identification number of the prisoners. In some cases, the date of death is also given. Sterbebuch Zweitbuch Band This collection contains a registry of deaths compiled by the Standesamt Auschwitz in September The registry provides prisoners' identification numbers, their native cities, the names of their parents, the names of attending physicians, and the alleged causes of death.
Auschwitz Inmate List, December 2, fragment. Remembrance book completed by inmates of the Liebenau displaced persons camp, September 7, The first issue contains an alphabetical list of French deportees who perished at Mauthausen. The main alphabetical list is followed by a separate list of women's names. Also included is information about Gusen, a sub-camp of Mauthausen.
Hier Cauchemar Aujourd'hui Espoir. The donor is Pierre Troadec, These records contain information about general camp operations at Auschwitz, the distribution of labor in the camp, orders from the commandant's office, the transfer of prisoners to and from other camps, and biographical information concerning several Auschwitz prisoners. Also included are logbooks of prisoners' names.
Overall report to Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force SHAEF , along with twelve files of reports on specific topics: prisoner conditions, SS atrocities, liberation, death statistics, prominent persons in the camp. Reports rely heavily on survivor testimony. November US War Refugee Board report containing testimony of two Slovak Jews and a non-Jewish Polish soldier, detailing conditions in Auschwitz and other camps: killing methods, identification numbers, transports from various ghettos and camps, and other subjects.
The documents relate to the distribution of labor in the camp, names of Kommandos and overseers, and transports. Confession and Letter of Mauthausen Commandant, English-language version of confession by Franz Ziereis, commandant of Mauthausen concentration camp "Franz" after arrest by American forces. Author describes conditions in Mauthausen and other camps, methods of torture and execution, activities of fellow commanders and camp physicians. Collection includes 2 poems in German concerning suffering in the camps, and a letter from Ziereis to his wife. Das Krematorium in Dachau is an eyewitness report given by Willy Furlan-Horst, a film director from Vienna and a "protected prisoner" at Dachau, shortly after the liberation of Dachau.
The report describes the interior of the crematoria, the gas chambers, the procedures for torture and execution of prisoners, the duties of the crematoria Kommandos, and the facilities for housing the SS attack dogs. The typescript includes information about conditions at Bergen-Belsen during both Nazi control and liberation, as well as a description of medical measures taken by the British for the benefit of the camp's former inmates. Included is a photocopy of a photograph of James Johnston and a retype of his obituary from The Daily Telegraph. James A. Johnston wrote the memoir shortly after his retirement in and his widow, Enid Johnston, donated the manuscript in This collection consists of a duplicate copy of a Polish-language deposition by Hela Los Jafe in October In it she describes her experiences in the Warsaw ghetto; her imprisonment in several concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen; and her involvement in efforts with Hadassah Rosensaft, formerly Ada Bimko, for the organization of a children's home and medical aid for children in Bergen-Belsen.
Excerpts from the Diary of Alton G. Brown Concerning Dachau and Munich, This collection contains information on the crematoria and on categories of prisoners at Dachau, and about damage inflicted on Munich by Allied bombing. Four-page typescript by Eli Rock recollecting visit by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. This collection contains copies of letters and other documents relating to the life of Alma Landshut in Terezin Theresienstadt. The letters, accompanied by English translations, discuss Landshut's deportation and various jobs in the camp.
Other documents relate to her times of illness. This collection contains original letters accompanied by English translations concerning Betty Falk Katz and the home for blind persons in Terezin. The letters describe the conditions for Jews in Berlin during the Holocaust, the deportation of Katz and patients of the Institute for the Jewish Blind to Terezin, and the death of Katz in Terezin. Also included are photographs of Katz's grave in Terezin and a sketch of Katz by her son, Lothar Katz. These records relate to the persecution, deportation, and killing of Jewish and non-Jewish inmates at Breendonck concentration camp in Belgium.
Included are copies of letters sent to the donor by Simon Wiesenthal. Amintiri din Lagarele Vapniarca si Grosolova, This handwritten manuscript contains information about the experiences of Zalman Broder and his wife while incarcerated in Vapniarca and Grosulovo concentration camps for Jews and non-Jews in Romania from September 16, to April 4, Also included is some information about a death march involving Rosenberg and other American prisoners of war, and their subsequent liberation by the 90th Infantry Division. Blueprints and Reports Relating to Buchenwald, This collection includes three copies of blueprints for Buchenwald concentration camp.
Also included is a report by the Sixth Service Command describing conditions in Buchenwald in The report describes the physical layout of the camp, its administration, methods of torture practiced in the camp, and the colored markings used to identify the prisoners. The report also contains testimony by Henry Glass, a prisoner of Buchenwald from September to January This collection contains various documents relating to Natzwiller a.
Natzweiler concentration camp. Among the documents are memoranda and reports relating to camp administration; statistical reports regarding inmate population; and a French-language report on the camp's conditions, including photographs and information on medical atrocities. Many of the materials are accompanied by English translations. Also included is information about the use of prisoners for labor, prisoners transferred from Majdanek, and divisions of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt arresting Jews to be sent to Auschwitz. Some forms dated are found out of sequence at the end of reel 9; otherwise the forms are organized chronologically by date of registration.
Postcards and Telegrams Concerning Persons in Theresienstadt, — This collection consists of six postcards, a bank book in the name of Berta Rosenzweig, four telegrams from Topalcany, Czechoslovakia, and one entry pass. These letters contains information about the experiences of Oskar Brill during his incarceration at the prisons in Ebrach and Amberg, and the Buchenwald concentration camp. Audiotaped tour of Mauthausen describing prisoner categories, living conditions, forced labor, methods of killing.
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Prossnitz-Winternitz Postcards from Auschwitz, Photocopies of two postcards from Heinz Prossnitz, a prisoner in Auschwitz, to Alice Winternitz in the ghetto at Theresienstadt part of an exchange the Nazis organized for propaganda purposes. Donated by Winternitz, who survived the Holocaust and later used the name Lisl Bogart , This collection contains information about American prisoners of war POWs and their experiences at the hands of the Nazis during marches and in POW and concentration camps.
Letter from US Army Air Force Captain Louis Eiseman to his younger sister, reporting on inhuman conditions discovered upon liberation of Nazi camps: children in the camps; starvation, gassing, and cremation of prisoners; the liquidation of Lidice, Czechoslovakia; and the torture and killing of American troops captured by the Germans. It contains information about the starvation of prisoners, sanitation and disease in the camp, forms of execution used in the camp, mass burials of Bergen-Belsen victims, medical care for survivors, and the activities of specific AFS personnel during the post-liberation clean up of the camp.
Report and photos derive from visit to Buchenwald by Maj. Donald Luby and others in a reconnaissance group; photographs include what appears to be an African-American soldier standing in front of a cart full of corpses, and scenes from Dachau and Ohrdruf. Donald Luby likely took the photographs. This collection contains the personnel files for SS personnel assigned to Auschwitz concentration camp from to ; Sturmbann-, Standort-, and Kommandantur-Befehle orders issued at Auschwitz from to ; and a Zugangsliste for Jews entering Auschwitz from March 12, to November 30, The personnel files contain biographical and military service information for SS personnel.
The Zugangsliste contains the date of birth, place of origin, and occupation information for the persons listed. Alphabetical list of personnel files and folder-level inventory for files containing orders. Rudolf Heilborn Postcards from Buchenwald, Two postcards Rudolf Heilborn wrote his wife Ruth in Gleiwitz while he was under arrest in Buchenwald following Kristallnacht.
Cards dated November and December ; author released in December. Postcards apparently designed specifically for Buchenwald. Ruth Heilborn donated them in The dates of the memoirs are unknown. Also included are 52 photographs of original photographs from a photo album compiled by Foldvary. The photos depict images of post-liberation Dachau and are accompanied by handwritten captions by Foldvary. Harry P. Paul Seres Papers Relating to Ebensee, William C. Alston, Jr.
Papers Relating to Mauthausen, Collection reflects experiences of Anna Koppich, a Hungarian physician. English-language copy of confession by Franz Ziereis, last commandant of Mauthausen: persecution of Jews in Mauthausen, atrocities of SS guards, the Nazi practice of "euthanasia," the use of human skin, executions, death marches, a camp brothel, and other subjects. Fritz Buchholz Report about Auschwitz, He donated his personal copy in May 14, letter from John J. Gerald C. Caskey Letter about Dachau, May 10, letter from First Lieutenant Gerald C.
Caskey to Norma Caskey relating impressions of Dachau. Fred I. Diamond Letter Describing Ohrdruf, Letter from Corporal Fred I. Diamond to an unidentified correspondent, reporting impressions of Ohrdruf concentration camp shortly after liberation. Ebb added materials when she donated the collection in Files on prisoners of the Stutthof concentration camp, personnel files for SS staff, and general administrative records. The latter include files of the camp commander's office, the Political Department, the Economic Administration, the Camp Physician's office including the crematoria , and offices responsible for training SS staff, supplies for the latter, and other matters.
Charles Rosenbloom collected the documents during his service in Dachau. Source of acquisition is David P. Emil Neu in barrack 12 of the Gurs internment camp, France. Telegrams and certificates from Auschwitz concentration camp relating to prisoner deaths, escapes, and discharges. Records relate to the main camp, Auschwitz I. Lists of prisoners entering Auschwitz concentration camp in , and death notices for primarily Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox prisoners — bulk All records relate to the main camp, Auschwitz I.
Telegrams, card files, card indexes, reports, registers, name lists, and other documents relating to the labor force in the Auschwitz, Birkenau, and Monowitz concentration camps. Some files relate to prisoner electricians and ironworkers. Register books, card indexes, reports, and other records relating to affairs in Auschwitz concentration camp; the camp for female Roma and Sinti Gypsies in Birkenau; the camp for male Gypsies in Birkenau; prisoner numbers; barracks; the SS construction administration; the penal company; the underground cell in barrack 11; and Soviet prisoners of war who died in Auschwitz.
Dachau Crematoria Photographs and Negatives, According to the donor, the photos were confiscated from a German officer. The obverse of each print bears a caption by the donor. Post-Liberation Buchenwald Photographs, The photographer was a US Army officer. Robert S. Post-Liberation Photographs of Nordhausen, Images depict corpses and mass burials by conscripted Germans. David E. Lyne acquired the photographs while stationed in Germany. His son Jim donated them in Reproductions of these photographs were distributed throughout Europe. Eli Rozycki obtained the photographs in Passau, Germany, after his own liberation from the Oranienburg concentration camp.
This diary describes the experiences of Hans Steinitz, who left Germany for France in Steinitz served briefly in the French army, but was arrested by the French police and imprisoned in Gurs concentration camp after France's surrender to Germany. He was a prisoner in Gurs from October through the summer of at which time he was transferred to Les Milles internment camp. During his internment in Les Milles, he typed this diary on a small typewriter that he smuggled into the camp and made clandestine entries while working in the administration offices.
His sister, Mary Stratis, donated them in This collection contains 18 letters and one newspaper clipping related to David Pollock's work to reunite Holocaust survivors from Buchenwald with their families after liberation. This collection contains ledger books, indexes, and lists from the Lety camp for Roma and Sinti Gypsies in Czechoslovakia. Subjects include camp finances and expenses; prisoner information, including internment and release dates and health conditions; escapes by prisoners; and prosecution of prisoners in courts.
Census includes some French Jews. French-language fiche-level description on the first fiche card; English-language fiche-level description available. This collection contains medical personnel lists, hospital books of barracks no.
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Photos of Mauthausen, satellite camps, and surroundings before, during, and after liberation. A Spanish prisoner apparently stole photographs 12 and 19 from the SS laboratories. Letter by a woman who witnessed the birth of a child in Auschwitz-Birkenau. The letter was smuggled out and sent to Herbert Luft, who was interned in Dachau but later released. A photograph of Luft is included. US censorship marks appear on the verso.
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Mitsuo Enomoto acquired these photographs at an estate sale in Kansas City, MO, donating them in Two commemorative books about the Ahlem concentration camp. One contains photographs, newspaper clippings, survivor testimonies, and name lists compiled by college students. Renate Bauschke, a former officer of Hauptschule Ahlem in Hannover, Germany, donated the material in The Rozencwajgs worked and lived in the ghetto from until August , when the ghetto was liquidated.
The cards include photographs and other vital information about the Rozencwajgs. This collection contains letters exchanged between Carolina Taitz and her sister, Berta Knoch, together with English translations prepared by Taitz. The letters discuss living conditions and forced labor in the Riga ghetto. Also included is Taitz's survival testimony, which describes her escape from the Riga ghetto and her life in hiding. Edith David Postcard from the Lublin Ghetto, Subsequently David was deported at the age of 14 with her mother and never heard from again.
Abensohn, who donated it in Records and Photographs Relating to the Wisznice Ghetto, This collection contains photocopies of a register of inhabitants' names from the Wisznice ghetto as well as photographs of the ghetto. Also included is a photocopy of an account of the German invasion of Poland. This collection contains 13 arrest and release notices issued by police in the Vilnius Wilno ghetto. In most cases the name of the defendant and a description of the alleged crime are provided.
They concern the general administration of the city and the ghetto. Subjects include the establishment of the ghetto; food supplies in the ghetto; public welfare; hospital administration; forced labor of Jews and Poles; police activities in the ghetto; "Germanization" of Polish orphans and their adoption by German families; confiscation of Jewish property by the ghetto police; birth and death statistics for the Jews in the ghetto; murder of Jews; suicides and arrests in the ghetto; and Jewish criminal activity in the ghetto.
Gitya Glikman's memoir describes the establishment of a ghetto in Krasnoye, Ukraine, and the deportation of Glikman and her family to the Zhmerinka ghetto. Also included is a photocopy of a worker identification card from the ghetto. Henry F. Kahn Collection, — bulk — Postcards, photographs from Theresienstadt, typed history of the Warsaw and Theresienstadt ghettos. This is a copy of a report given by Col.
Henry S. Also included are papers, a diary, correspondence, reports, articles, photographs, and postcards. These records contain information about the life and indictment of Artur Seyss-Inquart.
This memorandum contains Telford Taylor's description of the basic parts of a war crimes case, the expected accomplishments of the Office of the US Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality, an explanation of the "illegal launching" of aggressive war acts, and descriptions of the various types of evidence to be sought during investigation. Press pass used during International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg, last words of ten men sentenced to be hanged, personal notebook part in shorthand kept during IMT trial and subsequent trials.
Reitler's widow, Cilla Reitler, via Dr. This collection contains copies of transcripts for the interrogations of Christa Schroeder and Johanna Wolf, two of Adolf Hitler's secretaries. The interrogations contain information about their relationships with Hitler; Hitler's bunker in Berlin; their experiences in the bunker during the last days of World War II; and the suicides of Hitler, Goebbels, and Eva Braun.
Hadamar Photographs from the Case of US vs. Alfons Klein, et al. This collection contains copies of photographs from the war crimes case of the United States vs. The ten prints depict scenes at the Hadamar sanitarium, cemeteries in the vicinity, and autopsies performed at Hadamar by Dr. Hermann Bolker. Each photograph has a caption on the reverse side in English. Item 7 photograph of an autopsy is missing from the file. This collection contains case files of investigations into alleged war crimes committed during World War II in various European countries. The files primarily relate to concentration camps, but also contain information about prisoners of war and prisoner of war camps.
This collection contains depositions, photographs, and descriptions of incidents relating to alleged war crimes committed against French civilians by German troops, SS units, and the Gestapo in France. These case files relate to an investigation concerning the Auschwitz camp. Included are witness and survivor testimony, and lists and records of interrogation of alleged war criminals. Subjects include crimes committed by camp personnel, medical experiments, and collaboration. These records from the s and s contain information about various topics, including concentration camps, antisemitism, deportation, racial laws, forced labor, and religious persecution.
These articles and clippings from French- and English-language periodicals relate to Klaus Barbie's trial in Lyon, France. Among the topics discussed are the allegations against Barbie; the testimony of Barbie's victims; the children of Izieu, France; and the lawyers and judges involved in the case. Also included are materials relating to the courtroom art that David Rose created during the trial.
Microfilmed correspondence and testimony relating to the alleged war crimes of Drs. Yad Vashem, These records contain information about testimony provided to West German authorities by Ignaz or Ignatz Riess concerning life in the Przemysl ghetto and alleged crimes committed there by Josef Schwammberger and Rudulf Bennewitz.
Report of a War Crimes Trial in Dachau, This report, written by Capt. Dorothy Marble and dated August , describes Marble's impressions during the sentencing of Nazi war criminals tried for crimes committed at Buchenwald. Also included is an undated newspaper article about Captain Marble. These papers contain memorabilia collected by Fred Bayer, one of the military police guarding defendants during sessions of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg. Included are a book entitled Nurnberg sic by Charles W. Alexander that Bayer used to collect the autographs of the war criminals, Bayer's passes for the Palace of Justice, photographs from the IMT, and Bayer's handwritten notes describing the war criminals.
This collection contains a photocopy of the interrogation statement made by Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski during proceedings of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg. Also included is a photograph of von dem Bach-Zelewski's appearance during the trial and a tribunal pass issued to George Sakheim as a translator at the trial. Police Reports on Adolf Eichmann in Argentina, This collection contains photocopies of police reports on Eichmann and his activities while living under the alias of Ricardo Klement in the Tucuman province of Argentina.
This collection contains copied, translated documents about Nazi war criminals and sympathizers who were believed to have or who had relocated to Argentina after World War II and whose extradition was sought by the governments of Yugoslavia, West Germany, the United States, and France. John Demjanjuk: clippings, trial transcripts, and the like. Collection includes chapter drafts.
Trial transcripts incomplete. Henry L. This collection contains transcripts of interrogations of defendants and witnesses, the general administrative files from the case, and English translations of German documents gathered as background information and evidence. This collection contains two copies of the International Military Tribunal indictment of the major war criminals. Included are a list of errata; a summary of the indictment; brief biographies of the major war criminals; the "Guide to Captured German Documents" prepared by Gerhard L.
This collection contains sworn testimonies of war criminals tried at the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, as well as various correspondence, memoranda, notes, articles, and clippings relating to the IMT. This collection contains correspondence addressed to Alfred Rosenberg or one of his adjutants, Adolf von Trotha or Werner Koeppen. Also included are various publications relating to war crimes cases, trade unions in Germany, and Landsberg concentration camp.
This collection contains copies of depositions, transcripts of proceedings, and other documentation used in the US Department of Justice Office of Special Investigations' prosecution of Juozas Kungys, who was accused of Nazi war crimes in Lithuania. These materials relate to the war crimes trials held by the Office of Military Government for Germany United States following the proceedings of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.
Subjects include Joseph Stone's work for the prosecution in the German Industrialists Case and the use of slave labor and prisoner of war labor. This collection contains interrogation transcripts, witness statements, arrest warrants, evidence documents, indictments, verdicts, sentences, copyprints, sketches, diagrams, and other trial documents relating to the arrests and investigations of suspected war criminals for group war crimes trials held in Riga, Kiev, Minsk, Babruisk Bobruysk , Sevastopol, Kishinev Chisinau , Chernihiv Chernigov , Smolensk, Pskov, and Bryansk.
Also included are documents related to trials of individuals suspected of war crimes, including many Sachsenhausen concentration camp officials; and some operational reports from the war period, including reports from NKVD agents at the front lines or in German-held territory behind the front lines. Evidence documents, interrogation transcripts, decrees, biographical data sheets, witness statements, photographs, miscellaneous court and trial documents, and sound recordings of trial proceedings relating to the arrest, investigation, prosecution, and sentencing of war criminals accused of atrocities in concentration camps.
This collection contains photocopies of interrogation transcripts, decrees, biographical data sheets, witness statements, photographs, and miscellaneous court and trial documents relating to the arrest, investigation, prosecution, sentencing, and in some cases, execution of war criminals accused of atrocities committed against Jews and Soviet citizens in Latvia during World War II.
Stenographic transcripts of more than 40 denaturalization and extradition cases that the OSI and other offices of the DOJ litigated against naturalized citizens or legal residents who were alleged to have hidden past Nazi criminal activities. Collection holds published and unpublished decisions and other documents. These essays relate to the persecution of Roma and Sinti Gypsies during the Holocaust.
The articles are entitled "Schicksale der 'Zigeunerkinder' aus der St. Among the topics discussed are Gypsy children who were used for research, the Nazis' solution for the "Zigeunerfrage," methods of persecution during World War II, the treatment of Gypsies since the Holocaust, and racism. These articles copies and originals from various German newspapers concern Roma and Sinti Gypsies. The articles focus on the plight of German Gypsies, making comparisons between their treatment during the time of the Third Reich and their treatment in the s.
Also included is information concerning the forensic research conducted in by Dr. Joachim Gerchow of the University of Frankfurt, and statistics relating to the number of Gypsies killed during the Holocaust. The excerpt contains information relating to the treatment and persecution of Roma and Sinti Gypsies in Poland during World War II, including their suffering in concentration camps, medical experiments conducted on Gypsy twins by Josef Mengele, the imprisonment and destruction of Gypsies in Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Gypsy transport statistics.
Selected Records from the St. This collection contains copies of name lists and other documents relating to Gypsy children living in the St. Josefspflege at Mulfingen, Germany, and their deportation to Auschwitz. Also included is a copy of a article by Johannes Meister entitled "Schicksale der 'Zigeunerkinder' aus der St. Josefspflege in Mulfingen. Josefspflege, their deportation, and their subjection to "race hygiene" research conducted by Dr. Robert Ritter. These records contain information about several European states' treatment of Roma and Sinti Gypsies from the s to the s.
Among the topics discussed are police orders and actions resulting in persecution of Gypsies, methods for identification and registration of Gypsies, procedures of arrests, and the resettlement and evacuation of Gypsies from several European cities. This collection contains various textual records and architectural sketches and designs relating to German policies for Roma and Sinti Gypsies , plans for a Gypsy camp in Frankfurt am Main, locations for final depositing of Gypsy property, and the like.
The records come from a file entitled "Luftschutz " held in the Stadtarchiv in Frankfurt am Main; source of acquisition is Sybil Milton. These records include copies of various letters and government-generated documents relating to the fate of Roma and Sinti Gypsies in Austria during and after the Holocaust. The documents focus on topics such as deportation, the establishment of Gypsy concentration camps, employment for Gypsies, and transports from Gypsy camps to Mauthausen and Auschwitz. Also included are files concerning transports of Jews and Gypsies from Berlin to Auschwitz, specific cases of Gypsies receiving restitution after the Holocaust, "Ostarbeiter" forced laborers from the East and their property, a list of German concentration camps and subcamps.
This is a copy of "Die Zigeunerfrage," written by Tobias Portschy in It is an ideological essay discussing the political ties, hygiene, physical appearance, and religion of Roma and Sinti Gypsies living in the Reich. Of special interest are articles relating to the artwork and career of Otto Pankok including his play Wie wir leben. Although in the Nazis forbade Pankok to work as an artist, he continued to secretly record his memories of Jews, Gypsies, and others who suffered in the Nazi camps.
The lists include names, addresses, marital status, and occupations of Gypsies involved in the deportation. Copies of the deportation lists were made from originals held in the Hessische Hauptstaatsarchiv in Wiesbaden, Germany, fond , file Source of acquisition is Sybil Milton. This list contains information about the evacuation and deportation of Roma and Sinti Gypsies from Auschwitz to Buchenwald on August 3, Of special interest is the inclusion in the list of the name of Karl Stojka, a noted Gypsy artist.
These records include name lists, decrees, monographs, regulations, and reports that contain information about administration of penal camps and labor camps; gendarmerie administration of the Gypsy problem; Gypsy camps; deportations; Jews, Gypsies, and Russian populations in Danzig and East Prussia; and persecution of Gypsies. Also included are documents with statistical and evidential data derived from investigating the Gypsy population, and documents recording pro-fascist legislation relating to the Gypsy problem.
The original documents were located by the Czech State Archives in Prague, and at its provincial offices in Trebon and Brno, Czechoslovakia. Copies of originals were made at each location, and were forwarded to the Czech Ministry of Interior, which donated them to the Museum. Trials of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp guards and other personnel; testimony by Dr. Additional Records from the Hadassah Rosensaft Papers, ca.
Articles Concerning the Liberation of Landsberg and Hurlach, Articles include statistics on Jews killed in the Dachau camp system and eyewitness accounts by Americans present during liberation. Collection includes pages excerpted from the Golden Book containing signatures of several Dachau survivors. In a copy of the Golden Book was presented to division veterans on behalf of the king of Belgium. February 22, letter by Charles Feinstein recounting liberation of the Nordhausen Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, the role of the US 3rd Armored Division, and what they learned about slave labor there.
This collection contains testimonies written by concentration camp liberators during the International Liberators Conference organized by the United States Holocaust Memorial Council and held in Washington, D. The testimonies describe liberation experiences at various Nazi concentration camps throughout Europe.
Also included is material describing the International Liberators Conference. Folder-level description. Files alphabetized by camp name; individual testimonies withing files alphabetized by name. August 27, letter by Raymond J. Young recalling liberation of the Ohrdruf concentration camp. Liberation of Landsberg and Other Camps, n. Materials on liberation of Landsberg and other concentration camps: copies of sworn statements, copies of articles, chronology of events.
Epilog added, September 24, letter by Otho Kime recounts liberation of the Ohrdruf concentration camp and activities of the US 4th Armored Division in the vicinity. Jack O. Horton recounting liberation of Jewish slave laborers at an airport near Barth, Germany. Richard W. Wharton Testimony on the Liberation of Dachau, Collection includes 36 separate photos by author. Robinson donated collection in This collection contains daily reports, war diaries, and memoranda produced by Capt.
Malcolm A. Subjects covered include the activities of the 83rd US Infantry Division before liberation, operations of the Dachau concentration camp after liberation, the administration of public safety, the distribution of food in the area, and the restarting of local industry. Also included are typescripts of discussions between Vendig and Dr. Heinrich Kneuer, the Landrat of Dachau. Portions of this collection in Art and Artifacts branch. Irving Gersten Testimony on the Liberation of France, Liberation of Ohrdruf, and Other Holocaust Subjects, n. Collection includes reviews of Holocaust literature, materials on Auschwitz and child survivors, handwritten item by a Professor Raymon Young, and information on political scientist and Holocaust legal authority Henri Abraham.
Signatures of Eyewitnesses to the Gardelegen Massacre, Most of the signatures were gathered during a convention of the nd Infantry Division Association. Oscar Nathans donated the copy on behalf of the Association shortly thereafter. Document includes signatures of three eyewitnesses not at the convention. Testimonies Concerning the Liberation of Mauthausen, , Testimonies by liberators, a Holocaust survivor, and a Holocaust perpetrator concerning the Mauthausen concentration camp; confession by former Mauthausen camp commandant Franz Ziereis; post-liberation photographs.
Zaro Calabrese Testimony on the Liberation of Ohrdruf, October 23, letter and attached diagram detailing the experiences of American soldier Zaro Calabrese during liberation of the Ohrdruf concentration camp, April Calabrese donated these materials in , along with annotated copies of two pages from Robert H. Material includes re-created excerpts of unit daily journals with explanatory notes added by the donor. Felix Laurence Sparks created these documents while secretary of the th Infantry Association, donating sets in William G.
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Cantrell collected the materials primarily from other veterans. His daughter Kay Cantrell donated the collection in Calvin S. Grant Papers Relating to the Liberation of Buchenwald, , Collection includes a poem the donor wrote in Unsigned report of May 6, , concerning conditions in Gunskirchen concentration camp at liberation, and an undated report by Major Cameron Coffman describing conditions there and recording activities of the 71st Infantry Division during its liberation.
Unpublished article in which Leslie A. Hugh M. Personal narrative by Hugh Jenkins describing experiences at Bergen-Belsen; British Red Cross and military documents relating to the camp after liberation; two photographs depicting burning of camp structures. Jenkins collected the originals during service with the Friends Relief Service Quakers , and wrote his personal narrative in March , donating copies in Creasman of the 42nd Infantry Division, and a typed note from Kurt Weiler to his wife concerning safekeeping of these documents. The article covers fact-finding mission by members of the 45th.
Elmer Morris obtained the newsletter from Leon G. Yeuell, a former supply officer for the 45th, and donated it in April 23, issue of The Stars and Stripes with articles on liberation of concentration camps. Letter by staff sergeant of th Military Police Battalion of 1st Military Railway Service recalls starvation and disease prevailing in the Buchenwald concentration camp immediately after liberation.
Eyewitness account by Abner Zehm and William Birch of the US Army Medical Corps describing post-liberation Buchenwald and including discussion of starvation, medical experimentation, and crematoria. Short memoir by Kenneth J. Personal account by Chris J. Battersby relaying exchanges with a Holocaust survivor near Gardelegen, Germany, in April Collection includes excerpt from unit history of the nd Infantry Division regarding the Gardelegen Massacre when townsfolk helped the SS massacre prisoners.
William E. Bracey Collection Relating to Nordhausen, This collection documents William E. Captain R. Joseph G. Fogg Letter and Obituary, and April 30, letter by Joseph G. Photos by Andy Murray Coffey and H. Statement by Edward S. Olson recounting discovery and investigation of Ohrdruf concentration camp. Memoir recording Harry J. Herder, Jr. Irwin B. Copy of the typewritten recollections of Irwin B. Memoir describes post-liberation conditions in Buchenwald and other unnamed concentration and displaced persons camps in Germany.
Handwritten editorial corrections. Photo depicting the donor, Allen L. Cohen, guarding SS prisoners after liberation of Dachau. Official Photographs: A Pictorial History, — Album including scenes throughout Europe during and after World War II, among them Ohrdruf concentration camp after liberation. Martin Stoll took the photographs; donated by his daughter Susan, Joseph F. Scott letter recounting experiences during liberation of the Ebensee concentration camp.
Buchenwald Concentration Camp Liberation Photographs, Three photographs taken by Casper Vollero: one of a crematorium, two of a large pile of corpses. Al Sommer, Jr. Letter by Franklin P. Copyrighted videotape of John Fulop and Marie Anker receiving the Golden Cross of the Republic of Hungary for rescue activities during the Holocaust; news article published in Hungary showing Fulop shaking hands with Dr.
Thomas Katona, Chief of Protocol of the Office of the Prime Minister of Hungary; translation of posthumously awarded bronze medal; captioned photograph of Fulop in Budapest, ; copies of miscellaneous correspondence ca. Photo depicting Dora Roth then a teenager upon liberation from the Stutthof concentration camp, wearing striped jacket and trousers. Rabbi Marc S. Sack Photograph Collection, April Sack acquired these prints from an anonymous person; donated Irving Levin Photograph Collection, April Irving Levin took these photographs of corpses after the liberation of Ohrdruf concentration camp.
Photos taken by unidentified warrant officer who gave them to the donor at the Army and Navy General Hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Con Sellers, Photo of corpses at Dachau upon liberation. Besides that there were three carloads of bodies that were not unloaded when the place was overrun. Thomas Ciccarelli obtained this photograph from Lieutenant Harry A. Ansprach; donated Judith Hajec Photograph Collection, April Harry L. Smith Photograph Collection, April Smith took these photographs of the liberation of Buchenwald—including camp structures, crematoriums, corpses, and liberated prisoners—when he was a medic with the th Medical Clearing Company of the First US Army.
Photos of Maj. Shor, 5 by unknown photographer, of Dachau after liberation. Malcolm D. Dixon letter to his wife Francis describing his feelings after taking part in the liberation of the Ebensee concentration camp. Milton Margolis Photograph Collection, Bernard Schwarzkopf Photograph Collection, Lila Lam-Nowakowska Collection, ca. Some are mass-produced liberation images, but others include images of survivors and of the collection and burial of corpses.
This scrapbook contains copies of correspondence between Andrew Engel and his family and friends, together with English translations, arranged in the format of a scrapbook. Included is information about the Engel family genealogy, the Righteous Among the Nations, the concentration camp at Nyirjes, and forced labor. Andrew Engel, the donor, translated most of the material into English. Collection includes English-language summary. These papers contain information about German Jews, transports to Terezin, life in the ghettos and concentration camps, and the search for Holocaust survivors.
This collection contains a variety of materials concerning Jewish life in Central and Eastern Europe before the Holocaust, the suffering of Jews throughout history, and atrocities toward Jews in the Soviet Union and Poland. These materials were collected by Henry Lasker, who became the first Jewish lawyer in Springfield, Massachusetts, and was seriously involved in city politics and Jewish affairs. Source of acquisition is Louise Nathan. This collection contains 13 documents collected by the Fried family in an attempt to avoid persecution.
Among the documents are certificates, travel passes, and falsified forms acquired by Elizabeth Fried in order to show that she was a Roman Catholic instead of a Jew. Many of the documents are accompanied by an English translation, and a letter from George Fried describes his experiences in Europe.