Correspondence regarding the publication of a typescript on the destruction of Jewish communities in Germany during the November Pogrom 1938, authored by late Simon Brückheimer. Beside L. Brueckheimer, the bundle of papers contains several other correspondents involved in this process including representatives of two small publishing houses. Following a microfilm copy of the Brückheimer material The Wiener Library had produced for Yad Vashem, copy right issues are addressed.
Correspondence with Brueckheimer, Lassar
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- ReferenceGB 1556 3000/9/1/219
- Dates of Creation29/04/1963 - 24/12/1963
- Language of MaterialGerman English
- Physical Description26 letters
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Administrative / Biographical History
Lassar Brueckheimer was the son of Simon Brückheimer (1889–1950), a Jewish school teacher and historian of the Jewry in the Franconia region. After S. Brückheimer had been interned in Buchenwald concentration camp during the November Pogrom, the family had emigrated to England in 1939.