Lucien Dreyfus collection
3 book enclosure
Contains a composition titled"Heine und das Judentum," 1903; diaries written by Lucien Dreyfus from 1925 to 1943; a lesson book dated July 1943; and a file containing general information about Dreyfus and his deportation to Auschwitz. The diaries chronicle Dreyfus' life in France and include information about his students; his flight from Nice to Marseille; his knowledge of the killing of Jews in Poland by the Nazis; and the emigration of his children to the United States. The last diary ends just before Dreyfus' deportation. RG-10.144*06, Cahier C, page 17, contains an entry from July 4, 1942 concerning Dreyfus' knowledge of 700,000 Jews killed in Poland. A September 1943 entry in the same diary describes letters received from persons in Drancy concentration camp.
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