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Benjamin Klotz memoirs

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0241 | RG Number: RG-02.166

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    In his memoir Benjamin Klotz (1901-1974) describes the German invasion of Poland and his life during the occupation of Łódź, Poland; his escape to and life in Soviet-occupied Lʹviv, Poland (now Ukraine); his subsequent escape from German-occupied Lʹviv; the fates of members of his family; life in the concentration camps of Bierzanow-Płaszów, Buchenwald, and Bautzen; liberation by the Soviets; life as a displaced person, including a meeting with Earl G. Harrison; and his reunion with his son and their immigration to the United States in 1946.
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    Benjamin Klotz

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    1 folder

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    In Feb 1994, E. Jack Harris gave a copy of Benjamin Klotz's memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
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