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  • 1
    Pages: 4 folders.
    Year of publication: 1942-2019
    Keywords: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Life in hiding. ; Jewish refugees. ; Women authors. ; Cologne (Germany) ; Düsseldorf (Germany) ; France. ; Archival materials ; Biographical sources ; Manuscripts. ; Finding aids. ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: Two original German manuscripts and their English translations, describing the author’s escape from Nazi Germany (written in 1942) and her subsequent life underground (written in the 1960s).
    Abstract: Also included is a report by Dominique Joliat, who’s father was a Swiss border guard, who rescued Gumppenberg’s original manuscript.
    Description / Table of Contents: 1 : "[Vous êtes libre]", Macon; 1942
    Description / Table of Contents: 2 : "La vie de Mme Ducaret". Köln; 1970
    Description / Table of Contents: 3a: "Kaete Hildegard von Gumppenberg", English translation of "[Vous êtes libre]"; 2017
    Description / Table of Contents: 3b: “My Life as Mme Ducaret : Living undercover in Cologne”, English translation of "La vie de Mme Ducaret"; 2017
    Description / Table of Contents: 4 : "1942 : Baroness Von Gumppenberg and her attempted escape to Switzerland"; 2019
    Note: English translations by Gerda Loosemore-Reppen, edited by Ruth and David Geall , German and English , Finding Aid
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  • 2
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    Amsterdam :[publisher not identified],
    Pages: 57 + 10 , typscript.
    Year of publication: 1946-2005
    Keywords: Epstein, P. ; Joseph, Fritz. ; Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp) ; Hugo Schneider Aktiengesellschaft. ; Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) ; Westerbork (Concentration camp) ; Forced labor ; Holocaust survivors Personal narratives. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Amsterdam (Netherlands) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir was written in German one and a half years after liberation. It has the form of a witness report, written in a clear and objective tone, but nevertheless harrowing. The content: Their is no word on their life in Amsterdam before the deportation. The memoir starts with their arrest in Amsterdam, Westerbork - the place they were deported to at first - is mentioned, but not described. Bergen-Belsen gets more attention, Fritz Joseph describes daily work routine, and living conditions in the camp. Theresienstadt comes next, and the author points out the good features as opposed to his later experiences in Auschwitz. He describes the efforts to make Theresienstadt look prettier, before the International Red Cross delegation arrived. Soon thereafter, the infamous movie documentary about Thersienstadt was shot. Firtz Joseph describes many details of the false set-up. Then he was separated from his wife and deported to Auschwitz. He describes the selection process, and many other components of the horror. He was then transferred to Buchenwald, and had to work as a forced laborer at the HASAG works (former Hugo Schneider AG) at Meuselwitz near Leipzig. In 1945, the camp was evacuated and Fritz Joseph could flee. The war ended and he got treatment for his infected leg. After a few days he could return to Amsterdam where he met his wife - she had survived as well. A 10 page long It can be found in the file as well.
    Abstract: Also included is an English language summary of the memoir by John and Eva Englander (2005).
    Note: German (original) and English (summary)
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  • 3
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 8 + 12 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1946-2000
    Keywords: Tepper, Elsa, ; Tepper, Minna. ; Tepper, Wilhelm, ; Auschwitz (Concentration camp) ; Salaspils (Concentration camp) ; Stutthof (Concentration camp) ; Forced labor. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Holocaust survivors. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Women authors. ; Lauenburg (Germany) ; Rīga (Latvia) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir was written 1946 in Austria, shortly after her liberation. Minna recalls her deportation in February 1942. She was taken to Riga together with her parents and her husband. Her mother was killed upon their arrival. Her father and her husband were taken to Salaspils for forced labor, where the later perished. Minna, who was pregnant with her first child, was forced to undergo an abortion. She describes her experiences of Nazi sadism in the Ghetto of Riga, especially by the Ghetto commanders Krause and Roschmann. In 1943 Minna was taken for peat cutting labor to Olaine. In November 1943 Minna and her father were reunited at the concentration camp Kaiserwald near Riga. From there both were taken to Spilve - a labor camp at a German air base, which was under worse conditions than the first camp. They worked in the cold without appropriate shoes and in thin clothes. Due to the exhausting conditions Minna's father Wilhelm was getting weaker and eventually was deported to Auschwitz in April 1944. Minna was taken to Stutthof, which was overcrowded and in primitive conditions. They were taken to an exterior labor camp, where they had to build trenches for the German defense in the rain and cold. They suffered of constant hunger. In January 1945 the camp was dissolved and all sick and disabled were killed. They were marched under exhausting conditions in the snow and cold. For all missing women ten others were chosen randomly to be killed. After a week Minna was finally too exhausted to continue walking and stayed behind. The guard who was supposed to kill her fired the bullet over her head and left her for dead in the snow. She was rescued and brought to a house, where she was given food and a place to sleep. She was discovered by a German police officer, who was about to shoot her along with other Jewish fugitives. Minna was saved by her Viennese accent, which convinced him that she was a gentile woman.
    Abstract: She was taken to a mobile army hospital and treated for her frozen feet. In March 1945 Minna was liberated in Lauenburg, Prussia, where she was sent by German hospitals as an unidentified Jewish patient.
    Description / Table of Contents: Also included is Nini Ungar's questionnaire with the Austrian Heritage Collection, AHC 1536.
    Note: German , Synopsis in file
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  • 4
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 38 + 28 pages : , manuscript; typescript.
    Year of publication: 1942-1998
    Former Title: No title
    Keywords: Fischer, Erwin. ; Treu family. ; Laundry. ; Socialism. ; Women authors. ; England Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Germany History 1870-1918. ; Rheda (Harsewinkel, Germany) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Louise Fischer's life story written by her at the Aldersbrook Hospital in England in April of 1942. Also available is an English translation by by Erwin Fischer, 1998.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English translation , German , Synopsis in file
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  • 5
    Pages: 1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes) : , 29 handwritten notebooks +
    Additional Material: + English summaries
    Year of publication: 1906-1996
    Keywords: Goldschmidt, Flora (née Rother), ; Goldschmidt, Grete, ; Goldschmidt, Siegfried, ; Rosenow, Grete. ; Antisemitism. ; Children. ; Education, Higher. ; Education. ; Families 19th century. ; Jews Social life and customs 1871-1918. ; Sports. ; Voyages and travels. ; Women authors. ; Women Education ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Diaries ; Biographical sources
    Abstract: The diaries of Toni Ehrlich – 29 handwritten notebooks – document her life on an almost day to day basis, beginning on April 1, 1906 and ending with a single word (“Lo”, meaning “no” in Hebrew) on October 21, 1969. Her thoughts and observations concentrate mostly on matters and issues of art and culture, as well as – to a lesser degree – current events. Private matters, including life changing ones - like her husband’s death -, are mentioned on the side, if at all. The original diaries in old German handwriting are accompanied by detailed summaries in English and a list of names, provided by Irene Miller.
    Description / Table of Contents: Toni Ehrlich's diaries [29 volumes in Boxes ]: continuous from April 1, 1906 to August 27, 1969
    Note: German , English , Finding aid available online.
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  • 6
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    Pages: 8 + 1,007 , synopsis; typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1909-1991
    Keywords: Propper family. ; Kühnel family. ; University of California, Berkeley. ; Universität Wien. ; Antisemitism. ; Education, Higher 1918-1938. ; Intermarriage. ; Internment of aliens. ; Jewish press. ; Jewish refugees. ; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- ) ; World War, 1939-1945 Military life. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Zionism. ; Austria. ; Australia Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Shanghai (China) Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The typescript is richly interwoven with photocopies of photographs and original documents.
    Abstract: Reflections on career as editor at University of California Press; family geneology; lives of father and mother; birth in Pilsen; move to Vienna in 1910; school experiences; first publications; studied law at University of Vienna; published stories in journals and newspapers; relationships with various women; graduation with law degree; publishing of stories in London newspaper; internship as law clerk; emigration to England in 1938; emigree acquaintances in London; more writing for newspapers in London; job with the Jewish Chronicle; continued publication of stories in Germany under pseudonyms; story of brother's life; emigration of parents to England; diary written in Shanghai describing trip from England to Shanghai; voyage to Canada; train trip across Canada; boat trip to Shanghai via Japan; tour of Japan; description of arrival in Shanghai; work at newspaper in Shanghai and teaching English at University of Shanghai; emigration to USA in 1941; emigration of parents to USA; life in San Francisco; marriage to Charlotte Lowes; trips through United States; death of brother Otto in Australia; work as research assistant at Hoover Institution; graduate study in Political Science at University of California - Berkeley; letter from Harry Freud from Berlin 1945; letter from father Bernhard Kuehnel concerning restitution; letters to and from the writer Ernst Lothar.
    Abstract: The following individuals are mentioned: Fabrizius, Peter; Fabry, Joseph; Freud, Harry; Freud, Sigmund; Friese, Ernst; Garrett, Joan; Gombrich, Ernst; Hoffer, Grete; Hoffer, Richa; Hoover Institution; Knight, Charlotte; Knight, Martin; Knight, Tony; Kuehnel, Bernhard; Kuehnel, Grete; Kuehnel, Margarethe; Kuehnel, Max; Kuehnel, Otto; Lieban, Ralph; Oppenheimer, Max; Propper, Laura; Rothschild, Lionel de; Sachs, Emmy; Schwarz family; Schwarz, Arthur; Schwarz, Kurt; Siebel, Max; Storfer, A. J.
    Description / Table of Contents: MM2 reel 23: parts 1-4
    Description / Table of Contents: MM2 reel 24: parts 5-6
    Note: Available on microfilm , English with German and Chinese , Synopsis in file
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  • 7
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    Pages: circa 153 + 135 + 152 pages (double space) : , partially bound typescripts; illustrations
    Year of publication: 1902-1989
    Keywords: Gurs (Concentration camp) ; Women authors. ; Jewish refugees. ; Concentration camps. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Breslau. ; France. ; Morocco. ; Great Britain. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: In 'Family fragments" Berel tells her nephew the story of her family and esp. of her sister Vera. In the form of letters, poems and photographs she reconstructs the history of the family in Germany, England and the USA. Contains original immigration documents from France, Morocco and the USA. [2 copies, one bound, one unbound]
    Abstract: 'I remember': Letters to author's mother, mostly written in Gurs internment camp; author's experiences in Gurs internment camp and emigration to New York via Nice (translated from German); Account of Berel's private life after her emigration to the USA.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Family Fragments : compiled, written and edited by your mother's sister [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Letters to My Mother (Part I of 'I Remember') [bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: The time of adjustment : The first ten years (Part II of 'I Remember') [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , German , French , See inventory , Synopsis in file
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  • 8
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 linear foot : , 22 folders.
    Year of publication: 1918-1980
    Keywords: Mühsam, Erich, ; Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands. ; Oranienburg (Concentration camp) ; Anti-Nazi movement. ; Apartment houses. ; Bookstores. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Jewish refugees. ; Poetry. ; Political persecution 1933-1945. ; World War, 1939-1945 Fiction. ; Youth movements. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Lisbon (Portugal) ; New York (N.Y.) ; Paris (France) ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Vermont. ; Manuscripts. ; Autobiographies ; Diaries ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: Various manuscripts by Erich Drucker from the Erich Drucker Collection and the LBI Memoirs Collection
    Note: Microfilmed on MM 18, MM 19, MM 20 , German , Finding aid available online.
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  • 9
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    Language: German
    Pages: 31 pages : , handwritten manuscript (photocopy) +
    Additional Material: clippings
    Year of publication: 1941-1977
    Keywords: Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Mainz (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) ; Diaries ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The collection holds the photocopy of a diary documenting the persecution of Jews in Mainz, 1941-1943. Also included are clippings about the importance of this diary and its author.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Diary (Mainz, 1941-1943)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Clippings concerning Michel Oppenheim's diary; 1966-1977
    Note: The diary is microfilmed on MM 127 , The original German-language inventory is available in the folder.
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  • 10
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    Language: German
    Pages: 9 volumes : , Handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1915-1975
    Former Title: [Diary and Memoirs]
    Keywords: Children. ; Education, Primary 1871-1918. ; Education, Secondary 1871-1918. ; Jewish families. ; Jewish merchants. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Voyages and travels. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Austria Emigration and immigration 1936. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Chorzów (Województwo Śląskie, Poland) ; Germany History 1918-1933. ; Głubczyce (Poland) ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1939. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1939. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood in Koenigshuette and Leobschuetz, Silesia; primary and secondary education; Bar Mitzwah in secularized family; apprenticeship in father's store; military service in World War I; marriage and family life; moving business in Breslau; president of Breslau "oddfellow order"; politics in Weimar Germany; travels and voyages; persecution after 1933; emigration to Austria; November pogrom of 1938 in Vienna; emigration to England and life in USA.
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 1: 1915 - 1941, 170 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 2: 1941 - 1945, 312 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 3: 1945 - 1950, 300 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 4: 1950 - 1951, 179 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 5: 1951 - 1958, 180 pages:
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 6: 1958 - 1964, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 7: 1965 - 1968, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 8: 1968 - 1972, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 9: 1972 - 1975, 114 pages
    Note: Available on microfilm , MM 129: Band 1-3 meiner Lebenserinnerungen , MM 130: Band 4-9 meiner Lebenserinnerungen , German
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  • 11
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    Year of publication: 1942-1974
    Former Title: Hanns Heimann Manuscripts Collection.
    Keywords: Bolívar, Simón, ; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, ; Heine, Heinrich, ; Hess, Moses, ; Humboldt, Alexander von, ; List, Friedrich, ; Solano, Vicente, ; Authors, Exiled. ; Judaism. ; Poetry. ; Socialism. ; Zionism. ; Ecuador Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: The Hanns Heiman Manuscripts Collection at the LBI Archives contains ten original typescripts, covering various topics of German, Jewish, and leftist intellectual interest, including emigration; economics; Goethe; Heine; Humboldt; Moses Hess; and others.
    Note: This collection was erroneously attributed to Hanns Heimann. , Available on 2 microfilms. , German and some Spanish
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  • 12
    Language: German
    Pages: 31 + 8 pages : , typescript (low quality photocopies).
    Year of publication: 1938-1973
    Keywords: German literature. ; Jewish press. ; Jews, German Literature. ; Publishers and publishing. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: The main part of this collection is a 1938 essay (31 pages) by Adolf Neumann, “Die Juden in der Literatur und im Literaturbetrieb” (Jewish contributions to literature and publishing.) Also included is a shorter, undated essay about a similar topic, as are contributions by Neumann’s widow, Edith Bruckner.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 13
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    Pages: 3 notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1903-1971
    Keywords: Children. ; Diseases. ; Teenagers. ; Physicians ; Philadelphia (Pa.) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 1: 1903-1905 (German)
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 2: 1907-1908 (English)
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 3 1936-1952, 1971 (English)
    Note: The diaries are also available in the Mona Spiegel-Adolf Collection, AR 5321 / folder 12. , German and English
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  • 14
    Pages: 5
    Edition: Digital Image New York, NY Leo Baeck Institute 2018 DigiBaeck
    Year of publication: 1928-1970
    Keywords: Breslauer, Bernhard. ; Jüdische Gemeinde zu Berlin. ; Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. ; Vereinigung für das Liberale Judentum in Deutschland. ; Jewish leadership. ; Reform Judaism. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Lawyers. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Manuscripts. ; Clippings ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: The bulk of this collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence and clippings that were written and collected by Walter Breslauer in London, touching on his personal and professional memories as an administrative director of the Berlin Jewish community. Also included are items related to Walter Breslauer’s father, Bernhard Breslauer. The papers had been sent to the Leo Baeck Institute New York in 1970.
    Abstract: Also mentioned are Ismar Freund; Georg Kareski; Leo Lilienthal; Abraham Margaliot; Heinrich Stern and others.
    Note: Available also on microfilms MM 12, MM 13, MM 95 , German and some English , Finding aid available online.
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  • 15
    Pages: 92 + 160 , handwritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1920-1970
    Former Title: Diaries April 1917 - January 1920.
    Keywords: Prisoners of war. ; Soldiers. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; France. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Report of a German soldier's internment in France during WW I. The author wrote it in German after his liberation and translated it into English 50 years later.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: German
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: English
    Note: Available on microfilm , German and English
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  • 16
    Pages: 17 + 3 + 65 + 177 , typescripts (copies).
    Year of publication: 1946-1962
    Keywords: Blumenfeld, Kurt, ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Soldiers. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Zionism. ; Education 1871-1918. ; Bolivia Emigration and immigration 1939. ; Canada Emigration and immigration 1950. ; Kaliningrad (Kaliningradskai︠a︡ oblastʹ, Russia) ; Palestine. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Biographies: Primary and secondary education in Koenigsberg; apprenticeship in wood business; military service; independent sawmill business in Eastern Prussia; military service in World War I; second part mainly on friends and employees and their changes after 1933; emigration and life in Bolivia.
    Abstract: The letter to the Zionist leader Kurt Blumenfeld concerns economic reconstruction of Palestine; memories of common experiences in Germany.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Typescript 'Etwas ueber Schema und Zukunft der Wirtschaft, und unsere spaeteren Anlagemoeglichkeiten' (Economic plan for future of Palestine, 17 p.) and a letter to Kurt Blumenfeld; 1946
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Typescript (German) 'Biography Complete to Armistice 1918', Gibsons (Canada), 65 p.; 1962
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Typescript (German) 'Biography to the End of the Stay in Sucre', Gibsons (Canada), 177 p.; 1956
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , see also AR 6846 (audio)
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  • 17
    Language: German
    Pages: 19 + 13 pages : , manuscript + transcript. +
    Additional Material: 11 pages typescript + clippings.
    Year of publication: 1919-1962
    Former Title: Lebenserinnerungen
    Keywords: Butchers (Persons) ; Country life. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jews Social life and customs 19th century. ; Pharmacists. ; Shehitah. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Butchers. ; Heilbronn (Germany) ; Strasbourg (France) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Maier Rosenthaler’s memoirs (original handwritten manuscript + typed transcript), written during the ceasefire following WW I in Strasbourg; January 1919:
    Abstract: Rural Jewish life in Wuerttemberg; unsuccessful search for employment as ritual slaughterer in Frankfurt am Main; return to Heilbronn as ritual slaughterer and butcher; providing good education for seven children; one son became editor-in-chief of the "Strassburger Neue Zeitung"; Strasbourg in World War I.
    Abstract: Also included are memoirs by his son Leopold (childhood in rural Jewish atmosphere; education and apprenticeship as a pharmacist) and Leopold Rosenthaler's obituary.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Rosenthaler, Leopold : Lebenserinnerungen, Heilbronn, 1920, 11 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Rosenthaler, Maier : Meine Lebenserinnerungen, geschrieben in Strassburg waehrend des Waffenstillstands im Januar 1919, handwritten manuscript, 19 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Rosenthaler, Maier : Meine Lebenserinnerungen geschrieben in Strassburg waehrend des Waffenstillstands im Januar 1919, typed transcript, 13 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: Offprint: In memoriam Prof. Dr. Leopold Rosenthaler, 1875-1962 , in: Schweizerische Apotheker-Zeitung 100 (1962), pages 577-583.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 18
    Pages: 130 pages : , handwritten manuscript +
    Additional Material: addenda; letters; clipping
    Year of publication: 1939-1960
    Keywords: Bamberger-Beyfus, Max. ; Drancy (Concentration camp) ; Germany. ; Querqueville (Internment camp) ; Interfaith marriage. ; Women authors. ; World War, 1939-1945 Personal narratives. ; France History German occupation, 1940-1945. ; Paris (France) ; Autobiographies ; Diaries ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Diary of war years in Paris; frequent interviews with Gestapo officials in Paris; internment and death of her husband in internment camp.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Manuscript “Befreiung von Paris’ with notes, correspondence, addresses, and a genealogical table; 1944 - 1961
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Letters; March 9, 1944 - May 31, 1943
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Original diary of a German woman in Paris; 1940-1944
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: Printed synopsis in: Merkur, v. 14, no. 5, May 1960
    Note: Available on microfilm , German and French
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  • 19
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    Jerusalem :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 2,173 pages (double space) : , typescript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1935-1956
    Keywords: Mühsam, Erich, ; Mühsam, Hans. ; Silbergleit, Arthur, ; Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft. ; Antisemitism. ; Authors. ; Education, Higher. ; Lawyers. ; Jewish families ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Red Cross and Red Crescent. ; Students' societies. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Brandenburg (Germany) ; Chemnitz (Germany) ; Germany History 1918-1933. ; Görlitz (Görlitz, Germany) ; Israel. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Zittau (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Family history: father opened clothing store in Brandenburg; bankruptcy and move to Chemnitz where father opened shoe store; visits to uncle in Luebeck; helps in his father's store; move to Zittau (Saxony); description of small orthodox Jewish community of Zittau; anti-Semitism in school; limits of social integration of Jews; Christmas celebration at home; university studies in Freiburg, Munich and Leipzig; Max Weber among his professors; member of "Sozial-wissensschaftliche Vereinigung" and the primarily Jewish student fraternity "Thuringia"; his cousins, the writer and anarchist Erich Muehsam, and the Zionist Hans Muehsam; apprenticeship as lawyer in Mittenwalde; lawyer in Goerlitz; Jewish community of Goerlitz; moves only in Jewish circles; beginnings of his literary career; with beginning of World War I Muehsam became pacifist; in "Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft" and International Red Cross; encounters with Else Lasker-Schueler, Martin Buber and Stefan Zweig; Revolution of 1918-19 and political events of Weimar Germany; after World War I considered himself primarily a writer; literary circles of Weimar Germany; friendship with the writer Arthur Silbergleit; emigration and life in Palestine; last volume on death of his wife and continuation of literary work in Israel.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: vol. 1 (pp. 1-560)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: vol. 2 (pp. 1-400)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: vol. 2 (pp. 401-811, index)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: vol. 3 (pp. 1-539); vol. 4 (pp. 1-121)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 5: vol. 5 (pp. 1-130)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 6: Digest version in 7 parts (162 pages); bibliography of books by Paul Muehsam
    Note: Available on microfilm , Vol. 1 on MM 58 , Vol. 2 on MM 55 - MM 56 , Vol. 3 on MM 56 , Vol. 4 on MM 56 , Vol. 5 on MM 58 , Digest on MM 57 , German , Synopsis in file
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  • 20
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    Rio de Janeiro :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 283 , typescript (carbon copy) +
    Additional Material: addenda
    Year of publication: 1941-1956
    Keywords: Bildungsanstalt für jüdische Lehrer in Hannover. ; Jewish religious education. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Jews History. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Teachers. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Brazil Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Correspondence ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood in rural Jewish community of Nordeck (Hesse); murder of two Nordeck Jews (1883); antisemitism; Jewish teachers' seminary in Hanover; teacher in Guntersblum (Rhineland), Sarstedt (Lower Saxony), Repzin (Pommerania), Tarnowitz (Upper Silesia) and Katowice; description of Jewish communities of Upper Silesia; soldier in World War I; teacher and headmaster in Berlin; Jewish politics and education in inter-war Berlin; reflections on Prussian Federation of Jewish Communites and Federation of Jewish Teachers; changes under Nazi rule; November pogrom 1938 in Berlin; emigration to Brazil; contains information on Georg Kareski, Michael Holzmann, Joseph Gutmann, Hermann Falkenberg, Michael Abraham, Jakob Stiebel, Leo Baeck, Ismar Freund and Meier Spanier.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Lebenserinnerungen
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Juedische Jugend im Umbruch : A collection of circa 160 letters from former students written to Stern before and after their emigration from Germany, Argentina, South Africa, Palestine and Australia, 1937-1956.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Pages: 54 letters : , part of reel.
    Year of publication: 1945-1954
    Keywords: Rabbis. ; Correspondence ; Correspondence ; Rabbis
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    Language: German
    Pages: 1,602 pages : , handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1929-1951
    Keywords: Dachau (Concentration camp) ; Great Britain. ; World War, 1939-1945 Aerial operations ; World War, 1939-1945 Civilian relief. ; World War, 1939-1945 Personal narratives. ; Zionism German. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Israel History. ; Palestine. ; Diaries ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: 11 diaries of Martin Hauser. Description of his life in Berlin and in Palestine where he arrived in 1933. He writes about the history of the founding of Israel. The focus of the diaries are events which happened during World War 2.
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch I, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch II, 1930 (2 vols.)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch III, 1931 (2 vols.)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch IV, 1932-1934
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch V, 1934-1940
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VI, 1940-1942
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VII, 1942-1943
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VIII, 1943-1944 in German; 1946-1951 in English
    Note: 1946-1951 in English
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    Pages: 30 pages (singlespaced) : , typewritten.
    Year of publication: 1914-1950
    Keywords: Jews 19th century. ; Jews 20th century. ; Palestine History 1938-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Autobiography.
    Abstract: Account of life in Germany during World War I; emigration to Palestine and depiction of life there since 1938.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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    Vienna / New York :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 156 + 17 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1929-1950
    Keywords: Eisenstadt, Meïr ben Isaac, ; Kallir family. ; Kolir, Elasar, ; Landau family. ; Mises, Adele von, ; Nathanson family. ; Fasts and feasts Judaism. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jews, East European. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Judaism Customs and practices. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Politicians. ; Public welfare. ; Rabbis. ; Women authors. ; Brody (Lʹvivsʹka oblastʹ, Ukraine) ; Galicia (Poland and Ukraine) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir was written between 1929 and 1931 (in Vienna). Recollections of the author's childhood in Brody, Galicia. Celebration of Jewish holidays with the grandparents Kallir. Detailed descriptions of Jewish festivals and customs. Charity traditions within the family. Domestic life and family servants. Traditions of "Kaschern" and "Chumez sales" before the Passover holidays. Description of family characters. Welfare activities of the Landau family. Recollections of the great fire in Brody (1867). Stories and anecdotes of Adele's uncle, the lawyer Dr. Joachim Landau. Outings and summer vacations in Podhorce. Description of daily life activities in the family. School system and private lessons in German and Hebrew. In 1876 the Landau family moved to Vienna. Genealogy of the Nathanson and Kallir family. Addendum: Family history by Dr. Joachim Landau. Notebook of Adele's grandmother Esther Landau with birth dates and family chronicles in the Hebrew calendar. Biographical sketches of Rabbi Meir Eisenstadt (1670-1744) and Rabbi Eleasar Kallir (1739-1801). Collection of letters by Esther and Alexander Landau. Appendix: Lecture by Leopold Lourie on the "Galizischer Hilfsverein" in Vienna.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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    New York :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 332 , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 1948-1950
    Keywords: Cassirer, Toni Bondy, ; Cassirer, Ernst, ; Rosmer, Ernst, ; Cohen, Hermann, ; Cassirer family ; Bondy, Julie, ; Bondy, Otto, ; Bondy family. ; Antisemitism. ; Friendship. ; Marriage. ; Philosophers. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Universities and colleges. ; Women authors. ; Germany Politics and government 1918-1933. ; Great Britain. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of her marriage with Ernst Cassirer, his fight for a professorship in the "Kaiserreich" and his relationship to Hermann Cohen; anti-Semitic experiences in Weimar Germany; his time as the only Jewish rector of a German university; the various stages of emigration (includes photography of E. Cassirer, index and bibliography).
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synposis in file (written by Mirra Visson)
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    Quito (Ecuador) :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 41 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: German literature. ; Literature. ; Jewish refugees. ; Wandering Jew. ; Ecuador. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Lecture at „Asociacion de beneficencia israelita“ and other places in Quito (Ecuador), on the essence and development of the figure of the 'wandering Jew' in literature, from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Note: Available on microfilm. , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 345 , bound handwritten manuscript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Poetry. ; German poetry. ; Jewish poetry. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Fifty-seven poems.
    Abstract: Pages 312-345 contain transcribed reviews in the German and Austrian press of Eli Elkana’s earlier works. Also included is a transcribed letter from Eli Elkana to Bertha Badt-Strauss, July 20, 1950.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Language: German
    Pages: 35 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1939-1949
    Keywords: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, ; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, Anniversaries, etc. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Two speeches celebrating Johann Wolfgang von Goethe on occasions of the 100th anniversary of his death and on the 200th anniversary of his birth, respectively.
    Description / Table of Contents: Pages 1-21: Ansprache an die Freimaurer-Loge "Kosmos" in Wien, Maerz 1931, zum Gedenken an den 100. Todestag Goethes, gehalten unter dem Titel "Von der Sendung des Dichters."
    Description / Table of Contents: Pages 22-35: Ansprache an den deutschen Juristenkreis in Berkeley, am 28 August 1949, zum Gedenken an Goethes 200. Geburtstag.
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    Pages: 18 pages.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Reichsvertretung der Deutschen Juden 1933-1943. ; Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland, Berlin (1933-1943) 1933-1943. ; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- ) 1933- ; World War, 1939-1945 Jews ; Persecution. ; Jewish property. ; Confiscations. ; Reichsbürgergesetz (15 September 1935) ; Manuscripts. ; Manuscripts.
    Note: German
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    Jerusalem :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 639 pages : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Blumenfeld, Kurt, ; Djemal, Ahmed. ; Herzl, Theodor, ; Jacobson, Victor,‏, ; Morgenthau, Henry, ; Nordau, Max Simon, ; Oppenheimer, Franz, ; Rothschild, Edmond, ; Ruppin, Arthur, ; Warburg, Otto, ; Weizmann, Chaim, ; Wolffsohn, David, ; Zhabotinskii, Vladimir Evgen'evich ; Assimilation. ; Editors. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Zionism. ; Zionists Biography. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1934. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Family background; from assimilation to Zionism; Zionist movement; various streams of German Judaism; editor of Zionist newspaper "Die Welt" 1911-1913; Zionist politics in World War I; as Zionist representative in Constantinople 1914-1917; post - World War I development of World Zionist Organization; description of contacts with Zionist leaders and international diplomats.
    Note: Available on microfilms MM 48 and MF 42.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 297 pages : , typed manuscript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Liebermann, Max, ; Artistst. ; Painters Biography. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Artur Glaeser prepared this manuscript between 1947-1949 for the Ullstein publishing house for a series called "Selbstbildnisse von Kuenstlern." However, the series was never published. After his his death, his son Ludwig Glaeser edited the manuscript with the help of Max Liebermann's friend Erich Hanke.
    Note: Available on microfilm MM 29 and also on films MSF 65 - MSF 66 , German
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    [Weinheim] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 43 pages : , typescript (copy).
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Willstätter, Richard, ; Art History. ; Chemists Biography. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Editorial comments for Richard Willstaetter's book "Aus meinem Leben".
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Meged :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 142 pages (single space) : , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Fraenkel, Michael, ; Israel-Arab War, 1948-1949. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Zionism. ; Bytom (Poland) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Father's report about his son, who fell in Israel's War of Independence:
    Abstract: Preparations for emigration to Palestine in the 1930s; Jewish life in Beuthen under Nazi rule; settlement in Haifa and Meged; agricultural school "CADORI" in Meged; joining Haganah in 1947; Israel's War of Independence 1948/49.
    Note: Available on microfilm , some Hebrew , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 47 pages (single space) : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1949
    Former Title: Vom taetigen Leben
    Keywords: Heimann, Hugo, ; Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands. ; Education. ; Jews Political persecution 1933-1945. ; Politicians ; Voyages and travels. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Germany Politics and government 1871-1918. ; Government ; Germany Politics and government 1918-1933. ; India Description and travel. ; Könitz (Germany) ; United States Emigration and immigration 1939. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Short family history; journey to India in 1893/94; political and educational activities (educational committee of the SPD; honorary citizen of Berlin (1926); persecution under Nazi rule and immigration to the USA.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Star Oakhill :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 6 + 2 + 20 , bound typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Eichberg family. ; Eichberg, David. ; Eichberg, Rachel. ; Household employees 19th century. ; Education, Higher before 1871. ; Jews Education before 1871. ; Jews Customs and practices. ; Engineers. ; Merchants. ; Teachers. ; Crailsheim (Germany) ; Fürth (Bavaria, Germany) ; Schaffhausen (Switzerland : Canton) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Genealogical tables ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The autobiography of Jonas Eichberg, written in June 1867 in Crailsheim, translated by Stella Eichberg Gumble in 1949, describes mainly his upbringing, education, marriage and the development of his children from 1787-1867. He describes in detail the death of his son David, who became an engineer and constructed a railroad bridge in Schaffhausen. The manuscript contains photocopies of a portrait of Jonas & Rachel Eichberg; and the depiction of the Sabbath in front of the synagogue at Fuerth, ca. 1800. Also included is a family tree, reaching 1666-1906.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , Synopsis in file
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    Amsterdam :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 523 + 7 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Flossenbürg (Concentration camp) ; Gleiwitz II (Concentration camp) ; Leonberg (Concentration camp) ; Oranienburg (Concentration camp) ; Kauveringe (Concentration camp) ; Sandau (Concentration camp) ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Personal narratives. ; Holocaust survivors. ; Tailors. ; Amsterdam (Netherlands) ; Germany. ; Netherlands. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir describes the personal experience of Coen Rood during the Holocaust from 1942 to 1945. The report was written from 1945 to 1949 for the War Documentation Center in Amsterdam.
    Abstract: Newspaper clippings about Coen Rood (1996); Letters by Gary Sachnowitz; Photo of Coen Rood (photocopy)
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , Inventory in file
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    Grindelwald :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 72 pages (double space) : , typewritten manuscript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Auerbach, Selig, ; Barth, J. ; Calvary, Esther. ; Gronemann, Samuel, ; Hildesheimer, Esriel. ; Hildesheimer, Hirsch. ; Hirsch, Samson Raphael, ; Nobel, Nehemias Anton, ; Wohlgemuth, Joseph, ; Bet ha-midrash le-Rabanim be-Berlin. ; Education, Primary. ; Education, Secondary. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Rabbis. ; Zionism. ; Teachers. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Halberstadt (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1871-1933. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Translated from Hebrew original by Esther Bondi and Siegfried Hirsch. Reminiscences of childhood in Messingwerk, Yeshiva-study in Halberstadt and orthodox rabbinical seminary in Berlin. Calvary provides much information about orthodox Jewish life in late 19th cent. Germany. Tells about his renunciation of orthodox Judaism and his studies of philosophy and classical philology at Berlin University. Cultural life of Berlin at the turn of the century.
    Note: Available on microfilm , copy on MF 74(9) , German
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    Language: German
    Pages: 89 pages (1 1/2 space) : , typescript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Education, Higher. ; Artists 1918-1933. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Schools ; Sculptors. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Apprenticeship as sculptor; attending academy for arts and crafts in Berlin; history of Reimann's school from its beginnings in plastic art to its expansion to various fields in arts and crafts; dismissal of Reimann in 1935 and takeover by Nazis.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 33 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Former Title: [Memoirs].
    Keywords: Bresslau, Harry, ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Marriage. ; Teachers. ; Women authors. ; Hamburg (Germany) ; Hannover (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir written by Klara (Claire) Heyussen, née Bresslau between 1945 and 1949.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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    Freiburg/Breisgau :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 113 + 46 + 37 pages : , handwritten manuscript (photocopy) +
    Additional Material: transcript; translation
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Lenel, Otto, 1849-1935. ; Lenel, Luise (nee Eberstadt), 1857-1940. ; Lenel, Moritz, 1811-1876. ; Lenel, Caroline (nee Scheuer), 1814-1857. ; Eberstadt, Abraham, 1810-1892. ; Eberstadt, Elisabeth (nee Seligmann), 1819-1905. ; Lenel, Rudolf. ; Lenel, Paul. ; Lenel, Bertha, ; Lenel family. ; Gurs (Concentration camp) ; Christian converts from Judaism. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Huguenots. ; Nurses. ; Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) ; Le Chambon-sur-Lignon (France) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Bertha Lenel begins her recollections by giving a brief family history, whose beginnings she traces back to the mid 1600s. In the early 1800s, at the time her grandparents were born, more detailed information becomes available. The bulk of the memoir consists of a detailed description of Bertha Lenel's internment in Gurs.
    Abstract: Also available are a typed transcript by John Kallier and a handwritten English translation by Hilde Waring.
    Note: German
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    Heidelberg :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 60 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Antisemitism. ; Ethnic relations. ; Jews 1945-1955. ; Jews Intellectual life 1945-1955. ; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- ) ; Public welfare. ; Germany History 1945-1955. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Minutes of a conference held in Heidelberg on July 31, 1949. Speeches and discussions on such problems as rebuilding Jewish communities in Germany, relations with non-Jews, social welfare programs, religious and cultural programs, and restitution.
    Abstract: Includes fairly detailed descriptions of the state of Jewish communities of Stuttgart, Darmstadt, Mannheim, Heidelberg, Berlin, Wiesbaden, Frankfurt, Hanover, Duesseldorf, Kiel, Cologne and Hamburg.
    Abstract: The following individuals are mentioned: Barish, Louis; McCloy, John J.; Kogon, Eugen; Auerbach, Phillip; Klein, Isaac; Kreuzberger, Max; Van Dam, H.G; Heller, Bernard; Piekatsch, Peisach; Wollheim, Norbert; Cahn, Max; Livazer, Chaplain; Browns, Amos; Meyer, Max; Heimberg, Siegfried; Dutsch, Oswald; Bernd, Addi; Ostertag, Benno; Lederman, Manual; Mayer, Fritz; Prinz, Joachim; Lang, Fred F; Epstein, Kurt; Livneh, Eliahu.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English
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    Aachen :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 44 pages : , off-print.
    Year of publication: 1949