Papers of Esther Pauline Lloyd, 1943, comprise two surviving diaries of a British Jewish resident of Jersey, Channel Islands, whilst in internment camps first in Compiegne, France, and later Biberach, Germany.
Lloyd, Esther Pauline: Camp diaries, 1943
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- ReferenceGB 1556 WL 1607
- Dates of Creation1943
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Esther Pauline Lloyd was born in London in 1906 of Jewish parentage. She later married a non-Jew, having relinquished her Jewish identity and brought their children up as nominal Christians, which, according to an entry in her diary, she later regretted. Having been deported from Jersey without her family by the occupying Germans in February 1943, she later managed to successfully appeal the decision and was released in April 1944 and allowed to return to Jersey.
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Deposited by Frederick Cohen.
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Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.
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