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Holocaust survivors -- Germany -- Biography

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

George Benkoe Collection

Identifier: AR 5533

This collection contains a few of Benkoe's personal papers and several pamphlets produced by the American forces which document the liberation of the German camps and the atrocities uncovered in them.

Dates: 1945-1946

Heinrich Busse Collection

Identifier: AR 6230

This collection contains a substantial amount of correspondence written by Heinrich and Toni Busse while in hiding in Berlin 1939-1945, as well as manuscript drafts of Heinrich Busse's anti-war writings, some of his personal papers and official documents.

Dates: 1933-1959

Lotte Strauss Collection

Identifier: AR 25287 / MF 938

The Lotte Strauss Collection documents Lotte and Herbert Strauss’ efforts to leave Germany, their experience in Switzerland and the fate of Lotte Strauss’ family during World War II. The collection includes clippings, eye-witness accounts, personal and official correspondence, vital, and immigration documents, lists, photographs, audio-visual materials, reports, and manuscripts.

Dates: 1868, 1933-2005; Majority of material found in 1933-2005

Max Jacobson Family Collection

Identifier: AR 3793

This collection contains Max Jacobson's family papers, as well as a substantial number of materials related to the Jacobson family's internment in the Theresienstadt concentration camp and to Max Jacobson's life as a displaced person in Germany in 1945.

Dates: 1864-1946

Nuremberg Jewish Community Collection

Identifier: AR 1706

Manuscripts, photographs, newletters, clippings and other archival materials pertaining to the history of the Jewish community in Nuremberg.

Dates: 1919-2006

Philipp Auerbach Collection

Identifier: AR 25383 / MF 1000

Private and official correspondence as well as various writings pertaining to Dr. Philipp Auerbach

Dates: 1941-2002

Werner Weinberg Collection

Identifier: AR 10083

This collection documents the personal lives of Werner Weinberg’s immediate family and his in-laws, Hans and Rosa Halberstadt, as well Weinberg’s efforts to preserve the memory of the German Jews and the Jews of his hometown Rheda in particular as well as a limited amount of materials documenting his professional activities as a writer.

Dates: 1907-1993; Majority of material found in 1932-1980