Joseph Levy collection
Containts testimony and correspondence describing Jeseph Levy's experiences in Cologne, Germany; his deportation to Riga and then a succession of camps; his liberation in Kiel; and settlement in Sweden as a displaced person, where he met his wife, a Polish-born DP. Include materials related to his story, such as copy of verdict in post-trial against Nazis who administered Riga ghetto, and a typescript copy of a memoir titled "Mensch unter Menschen," by Werner Sauer, written in Berlin in 1948, which also describes life in Riga ghetto, 278 pages.
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