Charles Froelicher papers
The Charles Froelicher papers consist of photographs of the Buchenwald concentration camp and children who were part of the transport Charles Froelicher accompanied from Buchenwald to Switzerland in June 1945; a document issued by the Allied Expeditionary Force Military Government authorizing him to accompany the transport; two German language clippings about the transport; and a blank questionnaire used by the Counter Intelligence Corps for interrogating arrested Nazis. The photographs were taken by Charles Froelicher or other soldiers from the U.S. 6th Armored Division.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Charles Froelicher. In memory of Katherin Alexander-Katz from Berlin, who perished in Auschwitz, circa 1942.
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