Documents found: 43

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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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    1945-10-02 | Ulrich Arnheim | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Ulrich Arnheim, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Arnheim was deported from the Theresienstadt Ghetto to Auschwitz-Birkenau in the fall of 1944. He describes his shock upon arrival in the camp. After a few…
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    1945-05-14 | Walter Löbner | Kremmen
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Walter Löbner, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Löbner was arrested by the Gestapo in April 1939 for his antifascist views and was imprisoned in the Sachsenhausen, Oranienburg, Auschwitz, and Dora…
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    Isaak Berner
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Isaak Berner, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Berner describes the beginning of the Nazi occupation in Riga and the persecution of Jews that followed. In October 1941, Jews from Riga were forced to moved…
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    1945-12-19 | Regina Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová | Bratislava
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Regina Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová was deported from Bratislava to Auschwitz-Birkenau in the summer of 1942. She describes the arrival of the…
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    1945-06-18 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 5. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 31-year-old B.E. on ghettoization in Nagyvárad/Oradea in 1944, her attempts to escape, looting and torture committed by the Hungarian gendarmerie, her deportation to and experiences in Auschwitz, slave labor in Riga and Magdeburg,…
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    1945-06-18 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 86. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 18-year-old P.F. on his experiences in the Kassa/Košice Ghetto and in the Auschwitz, Wolfsberg, and Wüstegiersdorf concentration camps.
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    1945-06-23 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) | Birkenau
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 90. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 21-year-old E.G. on economic sanctions and discrimination before the German occupation, ghettoization in Nagyszőllős/Vinohradov, the behavior of the non-Jewish population, the deportation to and selection in Birkenau, his experiences…
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    1945-06-22 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) | Auschwitz
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 99. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 39-year old R. H. on pre-1944 antisemitism and atrocities in Subcarpathia, deportation of her family from the Munkács brick factory, and her sufferings in the Auschwitz, Geislingen, and Allach concentration camps, liberation and her…
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    1945-07-04 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 594. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of K. E. and Fanny Grünzberger on the Kamenets-Podolsk deportations in 1941, ghettoization in Ungvár/Užhorod and deportation to Auschwitz in May 1944, and their suffering in the Bergen-Belsen and Salzwedel labor camps.