Various eyewitness accounts of the Nazi era and the Holocaust include persecution of a Jewish woman in Berlin during the war; account of the fate of the lawyer, Hans Litten; account of the activities of war criminals in Auschwitz and situation for the Jews in Poland.
Eyewitness accounts (of the Holocaust)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Wiener Library began collecting eyewitness accounts of people who survived the Holocaust in 1957 as part of a project funded by the Claims Conference. The collection included contemporary documentation from the period. This set comprises accounts that were never included into the main series because they were incomplete.
Arranged in original order.
Other Finding Aids
Description exists at the Wiener Library website www.wienerlibrary.co.uk
Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn
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