This collection of miscellaneous documents includes: correspondence between the camp authorities and the Gestapo, Holland, regarding the belongings of dead Dutch prisoners, 1941-1942; statistics on exterminations, unnatural deaths and transports to death camps, April 1945; list of surviving prisoners, March 1945.
Buchenwald concentration camp: miscellaeous documents (microfilm)
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- ReferenceGB 1556 WL 517
- Dates of Creation1941-1945
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialGerman
- Physical Descriptionc350 frames
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Administrative / Biographical History
Buchenwald concentration camp, one of the largest in Germany with its 130 satellite camps and units, was situated 5 miles north of Weimar in Thüringen. It was established in July 1937 when the first group of 149 mostly political prisoners and criminals was received. Some 238,980 prisoners passed through Buchenwald from 30 countries. 43,005 were killed or perished there.
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Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, Israel Gutman, editor, (Macmillan, New York, 1990). Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.
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