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American Gathering Conference collection testimonies letters.

Author: United States Holocaust Memorial Council.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Includes testimonies written by Polish Jews who survived the Holocaust. The testimonies describe deportations, life in the ghettos, pogroms, selections for the gas chambers, survival in concentration camps, and the annihilation of the Jewish population of Szczuczyn, Poland. Also included are copies of documents that relate to the conditions in the Mauthausen concentration camp. The copies include a statement by a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Named Person: Helen (Micmacher Chaya) Neuberg; Jack Neufeld; Joseph Opatowski; David (Ostry David) Orzech; Sophie Orzech; Murray Pantirer; Louis Panush; Cecilia (Jaget Cecylia Cesia) Pearlstein; Leon Pele; Bella (Winograd Balcia) Pelcman; William (Pieprz Wolf) Pepper; Mania (Frydman Mania) Perel; Mina (Glücksman Chana Malka) Perlberger; Irving (Piotrkowski Eeck) Peters; Zofia (Berkowitz Zofia) Pollack; Henry (Popowski Chaim) Popowski; Paula (Kornblum Pearl) Popowski; Clara (Koltun Clara) Posner; Herman Posner; Phyllis Potach; Maurice (Praw Moniek) Praw; Tamara Praw; Motl Ptachevick; Judith N (Prezmanova Engema Niusia Entelis) Pressman; Chaya Golding Sojka; Heidler.; Franz Ziereis; Henryk Matyszkiiewicz; Krebabach.; Enters.; Waldemar Wolter; Lucas.; Heinrich (1900 - 1945) Himmler; Gluchs.; Heydrick.; Eduard Krebsbach; Bachmayer.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: United States Holocaust Memorial Council.
OCLC Number: 122291830
Description: .5 in.

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Includes testimonies written by Polish Jews who survived the Holocaust. The testimonies describe deportations, life in the ghettos, pogroms, selections for the gas chambers, survival in concentration camps, and the annihilation of the Jewish population of Szczuczyn, Poland. Also included are copies of documents that relate to the conditions in the Mauthausen concentration camp. The copies include a statement by a Mauthausen survivor, a report describing the administration of the camp and the treatment of the various types of prisoners, and the confession of the former Mauthausen camp commander, Franz Ziereis. The Mauthausen copies are dated ca. Jun 1945.

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