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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 2 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 2015
    Keywords: Glueckselig, Gabriele, ; Stammtisch (New York, N.Y.) ; New York (N.Y.) ; Wiesbaden (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Obituary for Gabriele (Gaby) Glückselig, née Netter, 1914-2015.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 9 pages.
    Year of publication: 2005
    Former Title: Memoirs
    Keywords: Enders, Otto. ; Germany. ; World War, 1939-1945 Soldiers’ writings, German. ; Frankfurt am Main (Germany) ; Germany History 1945-1955. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: A short memoir about the final moments of World War 2, from a German soldier's perspective. Otto Enders worked as radio operator during the war. He came back to Germany in early summer 1944, and spent the last months with his unit in Austria, until armistice was declared. In June 1945 he returns to his hometown Frankfurt.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 6 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 2004
    Keywords: Bergner, Elisabeth, ; Döblin, Alfred, ; Hollaender, Friedrich. ; Lasker-Schüler, Else, ; Sahl, Hans. ; Jewish artists. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Study of 'Gesellschaft für Sozialforschung und statistische Analyse mbH': how well-known are five persecuted artists in Germany?
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 626 + 4 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 2004
    Keywords: Cohen, Eduard, ; Kapp, Friedrich, ; Liberalism ; Liberalism History 19th century. ; Politicians. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Hamburg (Germany) ; New York (N.Y.) ; Correspondence ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Four boxed volumes of transcriptions of the correspondence between Eduard Cohen and Friedrich Kapp.
    Abstract: Also included are transcripts by Guenther Roth of two letters from Friedrich Kapp, Berlin 1883.
    Note: Originals are on deposit at the Bundesarchiv Koblenz , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 100 pages : , handwritten manuscript (photocopies) +
    Additional Material: 37 pages typescript
    Year of publication: 2002
    Keywords: Emigration and immigration. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Voyages and travels ; Women authors. ; Germany History Nineteen thirties. ; New York (N.Y.) ; Netherlands. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: 5 diaries written by Margaret Kahn's mother, Lisbeth Schmidt. Most of her early writings refer to travelling across Europe. A brief description is provided of events in 1933 when Nazis took over power in Germany. During Kristallnacht, her husband Fritz is taken to the police. They are able to leave Germany, first to Holland, then to the USA where they settle in New York. From 1950 on, all entries were written in English. Enclosed is also a letter from her parents to her daughter Margrit for her birthday, dated January 16, 1941, Amsterdam.
    Note: English translation , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 6 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 2001
    Keywords: Adler, Karl, ; Bosch, Robert, ; Goerdeler, Carl, ; Walz, Hans D. ; Robert Bosch GmbH. ; Robert Bosch Stiftung. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Germany Government, Resistance to 1933-1945. ; Stuttgart (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Short essay about Robert Bosch's life and his engineering company; their opposition against the Nazi regime and their attempts to help Jews.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 69 pages : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 2001
    Keywords: Böhm, Agnes. ; Böhm, Alexander. ; Neumann, Erna. ; Antisemitism. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Life in hiding. ; Intermarriage. ; Jewish families. ; Jews Persecutions 1933-1945. ; Journalists. ; Secretaries. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Litzmannstadt-Getto (Łódź, Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoirs of Erna Huth were recorded by her nephew Michael Weber in 1993. Childhood in an assimilated Jewish family. Erna Huth's father was an architect who made his living as a journalist and writer. Recollections of Christmas celebrations. Erna graduated from Lyceum (high school) in 1911. Her plans to continue her studies were not granted. She started to work in her father's publishing company. Death of her mother in 1928. Nazi-takeover in Germany in 1933. Sudden dismissal from her position as a secretary due to her Jewish heritage. Increasing discrimination by former colleagues and acquaintances. Difficulties of her father to continue his profession as a journalist and editor. Emigration of her younger brothers Gerhard and Georg. Attempts to obtain exit permits for the United States and England, which only arrived after the beginning of the war. Erna and her sister Agnes were stuck in Berlin together with their father. Erna started to work at the Jewish welfare and youth department of the Jewish community. Position at an insurance company. Increased anti-Jewish regulations and the constraint to wear the yellow star. Erna's sister Agnes worked as a housekeeper at a Jewish family. Marriage of Agnes with the considerably older Alexander Boehm in 1941. Deportation of Agnes and Alexander Boehm to the Ghetto of Lodz. Diminishment of Erna's friends and relatives, who either emigrated or were subject to deportation. Support of her superior. Life in hiding. Refuge at houses of friends. Constant fear of discovery. Difficulties to obtain food stamps. Position as a nurse for an elderly lady provided her with a new identity and a place to stay. End of the war and liberation. Reunion with her relatives.
    Abstract: Addendum: Reflections by Michael Weber, Documents, Letters, Historic Chronology, Family Tree, Bibliography
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    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.
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  • 9
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 26 , 26 pages
    Year of publication: 2000
    Keywords: Manuscripts. ; Manuscripts. ; Genealogy
    Abstract: Stern family tree tracing family history from 18th to 20th centuries including, for later 20th century individuals, biographical details.
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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.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 92 , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1998
    Keywords: Pick family. ; Pick, Otto, ; Antisemitism. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Sports. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; Cologne (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration. ; Sudetenland (Czech Republic) ; Tel Aviv (Israel) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir by Oskar Pick written in 1998; description of family life in the Sudeten area of Bohemia; memories of the family estate and textile industry; recollections of his upbringing, which involved his resolute grandmother and various nannies; member of the Jewish sport's club "Makabi"; his father's journey to purchase land in Palestine in the 1930s; nervous disposition of his father due to a head injury of World War I; participation at the Makabiade in Zilina, Slovakia in 1936; escapades of his school time; after a certain incident Oskar was sent to a sport's boarding school near the Austrian border; in 1938 the school was transferred to Salzburg, Austria; ski trips; after the "Anschluss" in March 1938 the entire school was ordered back immediately; annexion of the Sudetenland area; the entire family had to flee to Prague; first confrontation with antisemitism; his father was offered a job in Egypt, where he tried to get "Palestine" affidavits for his family; occupation of Prague; Oskar's mother took refuge with her sons in Italy; they managed to get their affidavits for Palestine; arrival and reunition with their father in Tel Aviv in 1939; Oskar started an apprenticeship at "Mercedes Benz" in Israel; member of the organization "Blau-Weiss"; end of World War II; facing the tragedy of the loss of their entire family in the Holocaust; encounters with survivors; marriage to his fiance "Ande" in 1947; declaration of the state of Israel in 1948; activities in the emerging military; victim of meningitis epidemic; war with Egypt; six-days-war; career at BMW; job offer in Kaiserslauten, Germany; cultural differences in the mentality of the local inhabitants; move to Cologne with his family from Israel, where Oskar Pick still lives today.
    Abstract: Memoir by Oskar Pick written in 1998; description of family life in the Sudeten area of Bohemia; memories of the family estate and textile industry; recollections of his upbringing, which involved his resolute grandmother and various nannies; member of the Jewish sport's club "Makabi"; his father's journey to purchase land in Palestine in the 1930s; nervous disposition of his father due to a head injury of World War I; participation at the Makabiade in Zilina, Slovakia in 1936; escapades of his school time; after a certain incident Oskar was sent to a sport's boarding school near the Austrian border; in 1938 the school was transferred to Salzburg, Austria; ski trips; after the "Anschluss" in March 1938 the entire school was ordered back immediately; annexion of the Sudetenland area; the entire family had to flee to Prague; first confrontation with antisemitism; his father was offered a job in Egypt, where he tried to get "Palestine" affidavits for his family; occupation of Prague; Oskar's mother took refuge with her sons in Italy; they managed to get their affidavits for Palestine; arrival and reunition with their father in Tel Aviv in 1939; Oskar started an apprenticeship at "Mercedes Benz" in Israel; member of the organization "Blau-Weiss"; end of World War II; facing the tragedy of the loss of their entire family in the Holocaust; encounters with survivors; marriage to his fiancee "Ande" in 1947; declaration of the state of Israel in 1948; activities in the emerging military; victim of meningitis epidemic; war with Egypt; six-days-war; career at BMW; job offer in Kaiserslauten, Germany; cultural differences in the mentality of the local inhabitants; move to Cologne with his family from Israel.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Year of publication: 1995
    Keywords: Deutsches Reich. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Jews Taxation. ; Vergangenheitsbewältigung. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Article on occasion of the 75th anniversary of Germany’s highest financial court, particularly in light of that court’s judgments during the Nazi period.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 110 pages : , typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1995
    Keywords: Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp) ; Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Holocaust memorials. ; Germany (East) ; Tröbitz (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Manuscript about memorial sites for Jewish victims of the Holocaust in the former German Democratic Republic. Most victims, described here, were killed in the concentration camp of Bergen Belsen. Memorial sites were built in the villages of Tröbitz, Schilda, Wildgrube, Langennaundorf, and Schipkau.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 35 pages : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1995
    Keywords: Masur, Norbert. ; Hechaluz. ; Jewish Agency for Israel. ; Kadimah Bund Juedischer Pfadfinder. ; Antisemitism. ; Emigration and immigration. ; Kristallnacht, 1938 ; Jews Persecutions 1933-1945. ; Women authors. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Zionism. ; Bad Kreuznach (Germany) ; Denmark. ; Essen (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration. ; Sweden. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir starts with the death of Gert Loellbach’s parents in a ship accident in 1932. Gert was sent to live with his aunt in Kreuznach and was suddenly confronted with rising antisemitism due to Nazi propaganda. In Kreuznach he suddenly belonged to a visible minority at school, whereas in Berlin half of the students had been Jewish. Orthodox Jewish life at his aunt’s house. Gert had been brought up in an assimilated Jewish family. He was forced to leave school before taking the final exams (Abitur) and started to work in a wood trading company of his father’s friend. Soon thereafter the company was confiscated. Gert belonged to the Jewish sports group "Kadimah". Zionist activities and agricultural education in preparation for Palestine. Incidents and threats by Nazi groups. Gert became a youth leader for the district of Essen. Preparation for the members to emigrate. Night of the November pogrom in 1938 and his arrest. He was spared deportation to a concentration camp and was freed due to the intervention of the rabbi of his home town. After his release he made his way to Berlin with the help of a nun. Endeavors to free his colleagues from the concentration camp. Difficulties to obtain visas. Plans to bring members of the Zionist groups to Palestine. Gert Loellbach’s activities were made known to the Gestapo and he had to leave the country. Exit permit for Sweden. Gert left Germany in time and started to prepare young "Hechaluzim" in Sweden for their emigration to Palestine - a program started by Emil Glueck. The outbreak of the war inhibited their further emigration. Fear of invasion of Nazi Germany in South Sweden. He worked together with the Jewish Agency and corresponded with various inmates of concentration camps, which meant a certain degree of protection for them. In 1940 Gert organized an initiative to rescue members of the Youth Aliyah and the Jewish population in Denmark after the German invasion.
    Abstract: A camp for the Jewish refugees was established near the Swedish port of Helsingborg. Difficulties to find work for the refugees. Gert was sent to Stockholm to represent the Hechaluz organization and open a "Palestinabuero" for the Jewish Agency. Reports of the fate of other refugees. Norbert Masur and the Bernadotte-Aktion to free 28.000 inmates in concentration camps in 1944.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 5 + 32 , synopsis; typescript.
    Year of publication: 1995
    Keywords: Universität Göttingen. ; College administrators. ; College teachers. ; Journalists. ; Universities and colleges 1945- ; Germany History 1945- ; Göttingen (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Goldschmidt's recollections of the immediate post-war years in Germany and his work at Göttinger Universitätszeitung.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 3 binders : , typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1994
    Keywords: Blau family. ; Hertz family. ; Levison, William (1908-1961) ; Levison, Wilhelm (1876-1941) ; Levison family. ; Elisabethenschule (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) ; Au pairs. ; Emigration and immigration Nineteen thirties. ; Intermarriage. ; International travel. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Nurses. ; Manners and customs. ; Physicians. ; Women authors. ; Frankfurt am Main (Germany) ; Leubsdorf (Linz am Rhein, Germany) ; United States. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir describes her life in Germany, her decision to leave Germany after the death of her parents, and to work in the United States in 1934. Detailed description of every day life in Germany after World War I and in the United States, and later of various travels all over the world. Also mentions her German-Jewish ancestors on her maternal side (great-great-grandparents: Moritz and Fanny Hertz, great-grandmother: Helene Hertz née Orthenberger), who had a textile business.
    Description / Table of Contents: Part I: 1911-1937
    Description / Table of Contents: Part 2: 1937-1961
    Description / Table of Contents: Part 3: 1961-1997
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 , 16 , pages : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1990
    Keywords: Jews History. ; Saxony (Germany) ; Saxony (Germany) Archives. Archives ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Manuscript by Manfred Unger containing a Lecture on the history of the Jewish communities of Saxony.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 4 + 8 + 31 , 4 + 8 + 31 pages : , photocopied typescript + , photocopied typescript +
    Additional Material: 13 leaves
    Additional Material: 13 leaves
    Year of publication: 1990
    Former Title: Gera, Jewish Community Collection
    Keywords: Jews Persecutions 1933-1945. ; History ; Jews History. ; Gera (Germany) ; Manuscripts. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Text for an exhibit on the history Jewish community of Gera which Holocaust survivor Werner Simsohn created in his home in Gera. The text alternates between personal recollections and more objective descriptions of the objects in the museum display and their context. Included are leaves with images of the exhibition, as well as a short account by Gerard Braunthal about Simsohn and the creation of the exhibit.
    Note: Text is photocopied, on several pages legibility is not optimal.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 28 pages : , annotated typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1990
    Keywords: Jews ; Religions Relations. ; Germany (East) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Lecture on the relationship between Christian churches and the Jewish community in the German Democratic Republic between 1945 and 1990.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 371 pages : , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 1989
    Keywords: Levi, Julius Walter. ; Authors. ; Physicians. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Munich (Germany) ; Potsdam (Germany) ; United States Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 10 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1989
    Keywords: Weizsäcker, Ernst, ; Diplomacy. ; Germany Foreign relations 1933-1945. ; United States Foreign relations 1933-1945. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Manuscript about the role of Ernst Freiherr von Weizsaecker during his tenure at the German Foreign Ministry, 1938-1943, in particular the relationship between Germany and the United States.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 5 pages. (double space) : , Typewritten manuscript.
    Year of publication: 1988
    Keywords: Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Witten (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of November pogrom 1938 in Witten.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Language: German
    Pages: 28 pages (single space) : , Typewritten manuscript ((1 1/2 space).
    Year of publication: 1988
    Keywords: Nadler, Josef, ; Universität Wien. ; Antisemitism. ; College teachers. ; Women authors. ; Teachers. ; Jews Persecution 1938. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1938. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Experiences as Jewish teacher in Vienna in 1938; emigration to Palestine.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 3 + 55 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1987
    Keywords: Banks and banking. ; Education, Higher 1918-1933. ; Fraternal organizations. ; Jewish leadership. ; Lawyers. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Judaism Customs and practices. ; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- ) ; Voyages and travels. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Bremen (Germany) ; Chile Emigration and immigration 1936. ; Germany Emigration and immigration 1971. ; Santiago (Chile) ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood memories growing up in Bremen; secular and religious education; experiences during World War I in Bremen; revolution in Bremen; decision to study law; study at University of Heidelberg; experience of anti-Semitism; membership in Jewish student fraternity; study at University of Berlin, University of Goettingen; work as lawyer in Bremen; vacations sailing; loss of law practice after 1933; decision to emigrate to Chile in 1934; emigration to Chile in 1936; description of sea journey to Chile; arrival in Chile; émigré life in Chile; work as leather manufacturer; birth of children; post-war visits to Germany; life in post-war Santiago; work as lawyer dealing with restitution claims; emigration to Germany in 1971; work for bank in Bremen; activity in Bremen Jewish community and Zentralrat der Deutschen Juden; immigration to USA; death of wife; remarriage.
    Abstract: The following names are mentioned: Feyer, Walter; Goldberger, Paul; Hirschfeld, Emil; Katz, Karl; Kiefer, Leo; Lehmann, Claudio; Lehmann, Hilde; Lehmann, Irene; Levy family; Schwabe, Ida; Schumacher, Hans; Straus, Hilde; Seide, Hans; Wolff, Martin.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 161 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1987
    Keywords: People with mental disabilities ; Sociologists. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: The manuscript describes Richard Kende’s experiences working with people with mental disabilities in Berlin, Germany.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 10 + 13 pages : , typescript +
    Additional Material: clippings
    Year of publication: 1987
    Keywords: Wolf, Otto, ; Diaries. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Life in hiding. ; Czechoslovakia History 1938-1945. ; Moravia (Czech Republic) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Article about the diary of Otto Wolf, who hid from German forces in Moravia, before he was caught and killed. Also included are excerpts from the diary in German translation, as are two published articles in Czech.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 487 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1986
    Keywords: Benedikt family. ; Gurs (Concentration camp) ; Neue Freie Presse, Vienna. ; Authors. ; Education, Higher 1918-1938. ; Friendship. ; Jews Persecution 1938-1945. ; Journalists. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Voyages and travels. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of family home in Vienna; early study of music; relationship with piano teacher; relationship with brother; family life and problematic relationship with father; treatment of domestic servants in parents' home; gymnastics classes; experience of revolution in November 1918; early summer vacations in Bad Ischl; early trip to Berlin and Baltic coast; mother's affair with Adolf Reich; first experiences with anti-Semitism; description of father's textile factory; illness of father; death of father; relationship with Adolf Reich; Gymnasium in Doebling; mother's relationship with Reich; bankruptcy of mother; suicide of Reich; friendship with Wolfgang Foges; academic problems at school; circle of friends; work as Hofmeister at residence; loss of job; work at cotton dealer; enters essay competition sponsored by wealthy publisher; meets owner and editor of Neue Freie Presse, Ernst Benedikt; begins writing for Neue Freie Presse; political upheavals in Austria in 1934; friendship with Egon Friedell; decision to study law; friendship with Charlotte and Fritz Vering; attempted suicide of Gerda Benedikt; work for newspaper owned by Wolfgang Foges; end of relationship with Gerda Benedikt; acqaintanceship with colleague Willibald von Strieberny; Strieberny's takeover of paper after Anschluss; plans to emigrate to USA; flight to Holland; internment in Holland; forced return to Vienna; emigration to USA via Switzerland, England in 1939; emigration of brother to USA; arrival in New York; move to live with relatives in Ohio; work as door-to-door salesman; relationship with Jews in USA; work as roofer; other brief jobs; attempt to help liberate brother from concentration camp Gurs in France.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 3 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1983
    Former Title: Letter.
    Keywords: Emigration and immigration. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Jews History ; Jews History. ; Krefeld (Germany) ; Portugal. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: A letter written to a high school student in Krefeld, Germany. The author whose signature is illegible (only "Paul" can be deciphered) attended the same school, formerly known as Realgymnasium in Krefeld. Likely, the student made inquiries on former high school students as part of a class assignment. The anonymous person gives a brief description of his biography.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 330 + 27 pages : , bound typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1983
    Keywords: Antisemitism. ; Communists. ; Emigration and immigration. ; Jewish families. ; Marriage. ; Psychologists. ; Women authors. ; Women Education. ; Women Employment. ; Women Political activity. ; Bern (Switzerland) ; Germany (East) ; Oslo (Norway) ; Palestine. ; Paris (France) ; Sigtuna (Sweden) ; Sweden. ; Wuppertal (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Reflections on anti-Semitism; voyage to Palestine in 1933; attempt to wed on ship to Palestine; life on a kibbutz; conversations with Beatrice and Arnold Zweig; recollections of Rabbi Norden of Wuppertal; relationship to Judaism and path to atheism; friendship during study in Bern after 1933; study at University of Bern; life as a communist emigrée in Switzerland; first wedding Gabriel Ersler; three months in Davos; death of father; move to Paris without husband; how the author learned various foreign languages; foreign study in the GDR; life in Paris; arrival of husband in Paris; suicide of brother following Kristallnacht; emigration of husband to Norway; attempts to leave France; activity in Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ) in Paris; activity of Egon Erwin Kisch in Paris; political activity in Paris; story of how the author became a communist; outbreak of World War II and correspondance with husband; emigration to Norway; study at University of Oslo; friendships in Oslo; flight to Sweden with husband and other communists; internment camp Lokabrun in Sweden; release and settlement in Sigtuna, Sweden; deportation of mother to Theresienstadt; birth of son; move to Stockholm; friends in the Swedish communist party; work as psychiatrist; birth of daughter; end of war; family life; work in hospital in Stockholm; return to Germany; recollections of grandparents; work in hospitals in Berlin and Potsdam; visit to Wuppertal and Elberfeld in 1955; doctorate in psychology; birth of third child; divorce from husband; work as teacher of psychology in Berlin.
    Abstract: The following individuals are mentioned:
    Abstract: Berendsohn, Walter; Cachin, Marcel; Dattan, Erika; Dattan, Otto; Ersler, Gabriel; Ewert, Arthur; Ewert, Minna; Fleischhacker, Else; Fleischhacker, Fanny; Fleischhacker, Hugo; Fleischhacker, Liebmann; Fleischhacker, Max; Groeger, Hermine; Groeger, Joseph; Hirsch, Emil; Hirsch, Hedwig; Katzenstein, Klotilde; Katzenstein, Ursel; Kisch, Egon Erwin; Lambert, Leo; Lechtmann, Tonia; Levy, Gustav; Levy, Lene; Linderot, Gerda; Linderot, Sven; Matern, Hermann; Matern, Jenny; Muehlingshaus, Auguste; Norden, Albert; Obermann, Karl; Ritscher, Golda; Rosenfeld, Hilde; Rosenthal, Rosalie; Seydewitz, Max; Sternhell, Heinrich; Svensson, Vallborg; Zuckermann, Leo; Zweig, Arnold; Zweig, Beatrice;.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 16 , typescript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1982
    Former Title: No title
    Keywords: Bacharach family. ; Education, Higher 1918-1933. ; Interfaith marriage. ; Jews History. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Barmen (Wuppertal, Germany) ; France Emigration and immigration 1933-1939. ; Spain Emigration and immigration 1940. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1941. ; Wuppertal (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Primary and secondary education in Barmen/Wuppertal; university studies in economics; experiences as emigrant in France, Spain and USA; marriage with non-Jewish German in Belgium (1936); contains information on Jewish families of Barmen and Wuppertal.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 162 pages : , printed.
    Year of publication: 1982
    Keywords: Jewish Agency for Israel. ; Electrical engineering. ; Jewish college teachers. ; Physicists Biography. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Festschrift in memory of the German-Jewish physicist and leader of the Youth Aliyah movement in Germany, including biographical information; some of his own speeches and articles; as well as essays by Jehudah Naoth, Arje Gur, Saul Dagan, Leo Schaudinischky, Esther Geron, Rudolf Weckerling, Giora Rosenhaus, and Dov Lerner.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 83 + 55 pages : , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 1971-1981
    Keywords: Sternberger family. ; Antisemitism. ; Education, Higher 1870-1918. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jewish refugees ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Orthodox Judaism ; Textile industry. ; Tobacco industry. ; Zionism and Judaism. ; Israel. ; Munich (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration. ; Memoirs ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Merchants
    Abstract: Childhood in Munich; soldier in World War I; orthodox Jewish milieu in Munich; mostly anecdotal account of his life in Munich and Israel.
    Description / Table of Contents: Part 3: 'Was habe ich verkehrt gemacht?'
    Description / Table of Contents: Part 6: 'Geschichterln, nicht Geschichten'
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    Language: German
    Pages: 5 + 23 + 10 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1981
    Keywords: Jewish-Arab relations. ; Zionism Jews, German 1890-1918. ; Germany Politics and government 1871-1918. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Three parts - table of contents, introduction and conclusion – from a doctoral thesis about German Zionism, describing history, development, and struggles within German Jewry from the 1890s to the Nazi era.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 42 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1978
    Keywords: Ehrenberg, Hans, ; Church and state in Germany 1933-1945. ; Jews Conversion to Christianity. ; Protestant churches ; Socialism and religion. ; Theologians Biography. ; World War, 1939-1945 Underground movements. ; Manuscripts.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 243 pages (1 1/2 space) : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1978
    Keywords: Freudenthal, Max, ; Freudenthal, Walter, ; Freudenthal, Walter. ; Hubermann, Bronislaw. ; Israel. ; Antisemitism. ; Conductors (Music) ; Emigration and immigration. ; Intermarriage. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Musicians. ; Rabbis. ; Nuremberg (Germany) ; Sweden. ; Würzburg (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Family-history circa 1870-1970: Memories of his father Max Freudenthal who was a rabbi in Dessau, Danzig and Nuremberg; childhood in Nuremberg; antisemitism in school before 1933; university study in Wuerzburg; beginnings of his career as a violinist and conductor; memories on Siegfried Wagner (son of Richard Wagner); marries the Catholic Elsbeth Hippeli; break with his parents; his father's intention to resign as a rabbi because of his son's intermarriage; orchestra engagements of Heinz Freudenthal in Meiningen, Ragaz (Switzerland), Goeteborg and Norrkoepping (Sweden); emigration of his mother to Sweden where she committed suicide; founding of an organization for Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany in Norrkoepping; musical life in Israel during 1950s; return to Sweden and work in Kristiansand (Norway).
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    Language: German
    Pages: 106 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1977
    Keywords: Blumenfeld, Kurt, ; Noam, Ernst. ; Nussbaum, Max. ; Grumbach, Robert. ; Antisemitism. ; Education, Higher 1918-1933. ; Lawyers. ; Socialism. ; Universities and colleges. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Zionism. ; Germany Politics and government 1918-1933. ; Hanau (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1934. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: This is an edited (incomplete) transcript of oral history interviews with Ernst Noam (Nussbaum), conducted with his wife Lotte Noam and their children in Switzerland and in the United States, 1976-77.
    Abstract: Memories of Ernst Nussbaum's childhood in a well-to-do Jewish family in Hanau, near Frankfurt am Main. His father Max Nussbaum was a lawyer. Recollections of the outbreak of World War One. His father served as a sergeant in the German army. Shortage of food and memories of air raids. Erst Nussbaum grew up in an assimilated and liberal environment. His great-uncle, the lawyer Robert Grumbach, was a Socialist, who had a great impact on him. Different world of his orthodox paternal grandparents in Fulda. His grandfather Levy Nussbaum was parness in the synagogue. Nussbaum family history going back to the 17th century in the Frankfurter Judengasse. Recollections of the Jewish community and local politics in Hanau, where Max Nussbaum, the author's father, was the leader of liberal party. Vacations with his younger sister Hilde at the Jewish children's home of Gertrud Feiertag in Norderney. Recollections of the murder of Walter Rathenau in 1922. Relations between Jewish and non-Jewish pupils in the Gymnasium (high school). Experience with antisemitism. Exclusion from the student dance formation "Schillerkraenzchen". Members of the pre-Nazi organization "Jungsturm" among the students. Encounter with Zionism and establishment of Zionist youth group ("Juedischer Wanderbund") together with Ernst Loewenstein in Hanau. Outings at the weekends. Influence of Zionist leader Kurt Blumenfeld. Studies of law at the universities in Frankfurt, Geneva, Freiburg, Hamburg and Berlin. Zionist student organizations. Cultural activities. After the Nazi take-over in 1933 Ernst Nussbaum went to Paris. He emigrated to Palestine in 1934, where he was reunited with his family.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 8 pages (double space) : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1977
    Keywords: Plaut, Max, ; Jewish leadership. ; Jews Intellectual life 1933-1945. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Hamburg (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Account of Max Plaut's leadership of the Hamburg Jewish community from 1938 until 1941.
    Abstract: Also included are copies of a letter from the Gestapo to Plaut (1938); a photo of Plaut; and a farewell letter from the Hamburg Jewish community to Solmitz (1941).
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 31 pages (1 1/2 space) : , Typewritten manuscript.
    Year of publication: 1976
    Keywords: Women authors. ; Jews, French. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Alsace (France) ; Strasbourg (France) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Persecution of a highly assimilated Jewish family in occupied Alsace; describes wearing of "Judenstern" and forced adoption of the name "Sara".
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    Language: German
    Pages: 123 + 75 + 205 , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 1975
    Keywords: Amann, Dora (née Israel), ; Amann, Paul, ; Israel family. ; Christian converts from Judaism. ; Children. ; Emigration and immigration. ; Families. ; Jews Persecution 1938-1945. ; Music. ; Women authors. ; Women Education. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; France. ; United States. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir by Dora Amann including family history reaching back to her grandparents, recollection of her childhood in Vienna, and information on her own and her brother's schooling, on changing family customs, on her musical education, on World War I, on antisemitism and political life in Europe before and during Nazi rule, on the fate of the different family members, on her emigration to France and to the United States via Lisbon, and on her life in America.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 110 , illustrated typescript (photoreproduction); includes plan, tables ; , 28 cm
    Year of publication: 1975
    Dissertation note: Schriftliche Hausarbeit fuer das Lehramt an Grund- und Hauptschulen
    Keywords: Jews History. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Eschwege (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
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    Pages: 42 , typescript ; , 30 cm
    Year of publication: 1975
    Dissertation note: Hausarbeit zur Diplompruefung fuer den gehobenen Dienst an wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken
    Keywords: Jewish libraries ; Judaism. ; Libraries ; Berlin (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
    Note: Bibliography: leaves 40-42.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 25 pages. (1 1/2 space) : , Typewritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1975
    Keywords: Lindauer, family. ; Weil family. ; Cattle trade ; Country life. ; Folklore ; Jews Customs and practices. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Jebenhausen (Göppingen, Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Life of two Jewish families of cattle dealers in the small Wuerttemberg town of Jebenhausen, ca. 1750-1865; Jewish customs in rural communities; includes family tree.
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 24 pages.
    Year of publication: 1974
    Keywords: Jews Genealogy. ; Jews History. ; Schriesheim (Germany) ; Manuscripts. ; Manuscripts. ; Genealogy
    Abstract: Essay by Dr. Hermann Brunn about the Oppenheimer family in Schriesheim, with correspondence and a map of family property in Schriesheim
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    Language: German
    Pages: 67 pages (double space) : , Typewritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1974
    Keywords: Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Marriage. ; Suicide. ; Memoirs ; Biographical sources
    Abstract: Account (1900-1942) of love affair between officer's son and Jewish woman; death of their son as soldier in World War I; suicide of Jewish woman and her husband in Nazi Germany; written in fictional form.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 34 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1973
    Keywords: George, Stefan, ; Hölderlin, Friedrich, ; Plato. ; Christianity. ; Hellenism. ; Judaism. ; Philosophy. ; Prophets. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Essay on the relationship of Plato's Hellenism and the Judaism of the Prophets with Hellenism and Christianity, as understood by the poets Hoelderlin and Stefan George.
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