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Paul W. Himan Jr. narrative

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    Narrative typescript text, one page, written by Paul Himan, a soldier stationed in Germany with the U.S. Army, describing his responses to his visit to the Buchenwald concentration camp following its liberation. The text, dated 6 May 1945, and sent to his mother in the United States, describes the living conditions of prisoners at the camp, how a liberated prisoner gave him a tour of the camp and described his own experiences there, the crematoria at the camp, and Himan's feelings about Germans following his tour of this camp.
    1945 May 06
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Patricia E. Himan-Halachoulis

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    Gift of the family of Paul Himan, represented by his daughter Patricia Himan-Halachoulis, to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2013.
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