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"The angel of St. Valentin, a memoir"

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    Consists of one brief memoir entitled "The Angel of St. Valentin," by Nathan Gutman. In the memoir, Mr. Gutman describes his experiences at St. Valentin, a slave labor satellite camp of the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria. The camps inmates were forced to work twelve hour shifts at a factory which was part of the Hermann Goering Werke. The story describes Mr. Gutman's secret connection with an Austrian civilian tool setter at that factory.
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    Nathan Gutman
    Nathan Gutman (b.1927 ) was born to a Jewish family in Katowice, Poland. During the Holocaust he was interned in the Krakow-Plaszow, Mauthausen and St. Valentin camps. After World War II he immigrated to Israel where he volunteered for the Israeli Navy. In 1963 he came to the United States to pursue a Mechanical Engineering degree at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1996 by Mr. Nathan Gutman.
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