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The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
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Jewish immigrants and political refugees in France, 1933-1939 : Jacques and Paulette Samson, Lya Haberman, William Blye, and Charles Roman Jewish immigrants and political refugees in Belgium and Luxembourg before the war : Menahem Marienberg, Miriam Löwenwirth, Sigi Hart, Boris Carmeli, and Walter Marx Flight to southern France, May and June 1940 : Sigi Hart, Menahem Marienberg, Boris Carmeli, Miriam Löwenwirth, Lya Haberman, and Walter Marx Jewish refugees in the unoccupied zone, May 1940-August 1942 : Sigi Hart, Charles Roman, Menahem Marienberg, Walter Marx, Miriam Löwenwirth, and Boris Carmeli Arrests in the occupied zone, 1941-1942 : Jacques and Paulette Samson Arrests in the unoccupied zone, August 1942 : William Blye, Charles Roman, and Menahem Marienberg Narrow escapes and subsequent arrests in the unoccupied zone, August-November 1942 : Miriam Löwenwirth, Boris Carmeli, Sigi Hart, Charles Roman, and Walter Marx Saint-Martin-Vésubie, November 1942-September 1943 Crossing the Alps after September 8, 1943 Those who stayed behind The first week in Italy, September 11-17, 1943 The roundup in Valdieri and Borgo San Dalmazzo, September 18, 1943 Deportation from Borgo San Dalmazzo : the Marx and Marienberg families and Boris Carmeli Hiding in the province of Cuneo : William Blye, Charles Roman, Walter Marx, and Menahem Marienberg Resistance : Walter Marx and William Blye Traveling to and hiding in Florence, September and October 1943 : Miriam Löwenwirth, Sigi Hart, and Lya Haberman Arrests and narrow escapes in Florence, November 1943 : Sigi Hart, Miriam Löwenwirth, and Lya Haberman Traveling to and hiding in Rome, January-June 1944 : Charles Roman and Jacques Samson Auschwitz : Sigi Hart and Boris Carmeli After the war : Jacques and Paulette Samson, Charles Roman, Lya Haberman, and Miriam Löwenwirth After the war : William Blye, Walter Marx, Menahem Marienberg, Sigi Hart, and Boris Carmeli Journeys back.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.