Documents found: 52

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    1945-07-21 | Erich Nasch | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Brief report by Erich Nasch, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Nasch describes the selection process in the Auschwitz concentration camp and the specific case of three Czech prisoners who managed to leave the camp in a…
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    1945-10-26 | Erich Schön (later name Kulka) | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Erich Schön (later called Kulka), a Czech-Israeli writer and historian, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. In 1939 he was arrested by the Gestapo and was later imprisoned in the Dachau, Sachsenhausen, and…
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    1945-09-12 | Berthold Burg | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Letter from Berthold Burg to Hugo Glaser describing the fate and death of Burg’s fellow prisoner Max, who was shot in the Fürstengrube labor camp by the camp commander. The letter became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague.
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    1946-01-29 | Zeev Scheck | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Terezín Collection, inv. no 343. Original is in German. Protocol is a Czech translation.
    Testimony of Zeev Scheck, initiator of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Scheck describes the situation of children in the Theresienstadt Ghetto and the role of Egon Redlich and Fredy Hirsch in the educational system of the ghetto, which he…
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    1945-09-29 | Heda Grabová | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Terezín Collection, inv. no 343. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Heda Grabová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Grabová describes the cultural life in the Theresienstadt Ghetto. As an opera singer she was involved in many operas and musical plays which took place in…
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    1945-05-27 | Herta Bondyová | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Herta Bondyová describing in a literary way what followed after her deportation from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen. She tells emotionally the stories of her fellow prisoners and points out the harsh living conditions in the camp.
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    1945-11 | Hermann Przewoznik | Zeilsheim
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Extensive testimony of Przewoznik, Fuchs, and Schwarzwald, three former Polish prisoners of the Auschwitz concentration camp, which was written in the DP camp Zeilsheim near Frankfurt am Main by co-workers of the “documentation campaign” in Prague.…
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    1945-11-06 | Edita Ornsteinová | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Terezín Collection, inv. no 343. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Edita Ornsteinová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Ornsteinová describes the history of Theresienstadt from its beginning to the liberation of the ghetto by the Red Army. The core of her testimony revolves…
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    1945-08-16 | Karel Abeles (later name Brožík) | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Karel Abeles (later name Brožík), which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Abeles describes being forced to leave his hometown Teplice in the Czechoslovak borderland in the fall of 1938. His family moved to Prague,…
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    Ruth Morgensternová | Brno
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Ruth Morgensternová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. She describes her fate from November 1942 onwards, when she was deported from the Theresienstadt Ghetto, until the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen…