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Baltimore Emergency Committee records

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1993.A.0013.2 | RG Number: RG-28.012

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    Contains information about the Baltimore Emergency Committee post-World War II claims of former European Jews living in the Baltimore area who sought restitution from the government of West Germany and some of its courts for losses suffered during the Nazi regime and who served as court witnesses to Nazi atrocities, especially in Poland. Also included is information about war crimes, war criminals, concentration camps, survivors, expropriation of Jewish property, persecution of Jews, and Auschwitz.

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    German English
    2 folders
    System of Arrangement
    Arrangement is chronological

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    The Baltimore Emergency Committee (set up under HIAS of Baltimore) collected the originals and copies from the collections of the World Jewish Congress, the Jewish Telegraph Agency, and HIAS (Baltimore), some Western German Courts, and Associated Jewish Charities of Baltimore. Ingeborg B. Weinberger, former Executive Director of HIAS of Baltimore, Inc., donated the records to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Oct. 1991.
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