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Alex Finder papers

Document | Accession Number: 1999.A.0190

The Alex Finder papers include a handbill advertising a ceremony held on May 5, 1946 at Ebensee cemetery in Austria to commemorate the first anniversary of liberation. Hundreds of survivors from displaced person camps attended the ceremony. The event was organized by Alex Finder and presided over by an American army chaplain. Also included are a memoir entitled “Helen and Alex Finder: Two Stories of Survival,” 1996, and five newspaper articles written by Alex Finder while billeted in the post-war displaced persons camp at Bad Ischl, Austria. The titles of the articles are: “Czytelnicy pisza,” “Zydom pomordowanym - wspomnienie,” “Buty, buty, buty,” “Mützen ab!” and “Kostträger heraus!”

Date
inclusive:  1944-1996
bulk:  1944-1946
Language
Polish
Genre/Form
Newspapers.
Programs.
Extent
1 folder
 
Record last modified: 2019-12-05 21:10:16
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