Holocaust survivors -- Germany -- Archival resources
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Pamphlet-binder 1: [Barcode: 31275058596306]
Abstract A collection of ten photographic prints taken by United States Army Lieutenant Arthur Goldstein upon the liberation of the Dachau and/or Buchenwald concentration camps in 1945. The photographs mostly show the human remains of deceased camp prisoners, including images of human corpses piled in trenches and wagons and images of American forces and possibly camp survivors moving human remains between different parts of the camps. Each photograph is black and white and measures approximately...
Collection — Box 1
Abstract This collection consists mainly of personal documents regarding Martin Jaskulski, a German Jew, and provides a snapshot of the life of a German Jew before, during, and after World War II.. Much of the documentation relates to his work history and medical insurance. Jaskulski belonged to the Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes (Association of Persecutees of the Nazi Regime). The collection includes VVN pins and membership information. Other documents include correspondence, postcards,...
Dates: 1932 - 1952
Abstract Correspondence and personal documents, 1937-1947, created and collected by Rolf Ransenberg. Consisting chiefly of correspondence from the Ransenberg family in Wanneman, Germany to their son Rolf in the United States, the papers also contain along with some personal documents of Rolf and Friedel Ransenberg. The Ransenberg family consisted of Jakob, Matilde, Rolf, Friedel, Guenther, Alfred, Karl-Heinz, and Inge. Jakob, the father, was a butcher; he was married to Mathilde, with whom he had six...