Lillian Levy papers
The Lillian Levy papers consists primarily of articles and correspondence written by Levy from the period of 1960-1963, as she worked as she served as the Bureau Chief for the National Jewish Post and Opinion. The majority of the articles she wrote during this time cover the topic of ex-Nazi medical doctors who performed experiments on Jewish prisoners during World War II. These doctors were able to escape trial and continued to practice medicine in Germany. Levy’s correspondence from this time is mostly to publications requesting to run her articles, but also included is a letter to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1963. She covered the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, and included is her summary of Attorney General Gideon Hausner’s speech, and copies of evidence presented by the Police d’Israel in the conviction of Eichmann. In addition, the Lillian Levy papers contains publications Levy collected that are related to the topics she was writing on during this time and her notes.
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