Ernest Waller collection
Consists of one document, three pages, in English, describing the liberation at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp from the collection of Ernest L. Waller, who was with the British Army's RASC, attached to the 163rd forward ambulance group. The report, entitled "Notes on Belsen Camp," describes the terrible conditions after the liberation of the camp in April 1945, including a description of the thousands of prisoners who died due to typhus and other diseases and of the events leading to the liberation of the camp. Also includes a document listing the military units and voluntary organizations stationed at Bergen-Belsen as of May 18, 1945.
1945 April 01-1945 May 31
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Teresa Marmo
Record last modified: 2019-12-05 21:13:34
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