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  • Mss 209, Hana Kraus Beer Family Papers

    Hana Kraus Beer was a Holocaust survivor. Her papers consist of legal and travel documents and correspondence primarily relating to Hana Kraus Beer's life following the liberation of Thereisanstadt including the time she spent in England prior to her immigration to the United States in 1949 and her subsequent marriage to Walter Beer also a survivor of the Holocaust.

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    Holocaust, Theresienstadt (Concentration camp)
  • Mss 264, Peter Phillips Family Papers

    Peter Phillips was born in Berlin in 1920 and attended technical schools in Germany, Czechoslovakia, and France before fleeing Nazi Germany in March of 1941. After reaching America, he enlisted in the US Army and was stationed at Camp Ritchie, which operated as a base for German speaking soldiers, predominantly Jewish, to be trained in intelligence and interrogation. His papers contain material he collected while serving with the Ritchie Boys including internal Nazi documents and identification cards, but also personal material related to his family such as birth certificates, immigration documents, photographs, and records from his service in the military.

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    World War II, Holocaust, Servicemen, Camp Ritchie (Md.), Engineers
  • Mss 284, Isak Rosenbaum Family Papers

    Isak Rosenbaum was a Holocaust survivor from Jassy, Romania.  He was incarcerated in Dachau after Kristallnacht where he wrote postcards and letters home to his wife.  He later immigrated to the United States via Palestine. The collection consists of family genealogical material and scrapbooks.

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    Immigration, Holocaust

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