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David Rosenberg collection

Document | Accession Number: 2005.481

Consists of documents, correspondence, clippings, videotapes, and photographs related to the work of David Rosenberg and the Committee for Appropriate Acknowledgment (CAA). Dr. Rosenberg and the CAA, working within Pittsburgh, PA, sought to research and document Bayer AG's corporate culpability during the Holocaust and pushed for corporate acknowledgment and atonement. Includes research files, correspondence, event information, information regarding the CBG (Coordination against Bayer Dangers), a German group, and newspaper clippings regarding the subject. Their goals included the Pittsburgh Jewish Community's appropriate acknowledgment of Bayer's past when accepting philanthropy, corporate compensation (restitution) for slave laborers and medical experimentation victims, open access to corporate archives, and a more accurate rendering of Bayer's wartime activities in corporate publications. Also includes research and correspondence regarding Dr. Rosenberg's trip to Germany to investigate corporate archives.

Date
1990-2004
Language
English
German
Extent
18 boxes
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Record last modified: 2016-11-02 08:44:50
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