Louis Eiseman letter describing his personal impressions of Nazi concentration camps
Consists of a copy of a letter written by Louis Eiseman to his younger sister in May 1945, relating Eiseman's general impressions of the sub-human conditions in the Nazi camps near the end of World War II. The letter describes children in the camps; starvation of prisoners; gassing and cremation of camp prisoners; the liquidation of Lidice, Czechoslovakia; and the torture and killing of American troops by the Germans.
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