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The girls from Salzwegel: 40 lager girls, by Itka Najman Slodowski

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0257

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    Consists of a photocopied manuscript containing the memoirs of 40 women survivors of Salzwedel concentration camp. Each memoir includes a photocopied photograph of the survivor and a questionnaire asking her name, date of birth, names of her parents and siblings, her ghetto- and camp-internment dates, names and addresses of other Salzwedel survivors with whom she is in contact, and names of women who did not survive. Copies of a Salzwedel camp map, a speech given by Itka Najman Slodowski during a June 1996 survivors' reunion at Salzwedel and survivor lists are included in the manuscript. A collection of memoirs and questionnaires received by Itka Najman Slodowski during the course of her project are also included.
    Collection Creator
    Itka N. Slodowski

    Physical Details

    2 folders

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1997 by Itka N. Slodowski
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