- Consists of a memoir, 218 pages, describing the Holocaust experiences of Erwin Kampelmacher from 1938-1945. The memoir describes his emigration to Holland from Vienna after the Anschluss and his experiences hiding with various Dutch families as a non-Jew and working in various occupations in wartime Holland. The memoir began as a diary, with the pages concerning 1938 written as the events occurred, but the description of the years following 1938 were written fifty years after the war.
- Personal Narratives.
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- Dr. Erwin Kampelmacher donated his memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Dec. 26, 2002.
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