Shlomo Krause collection
Consists of copies of poems written by Shlomo Krause between 1940 and 1943 about the experience of refugees. Mr. Krause, originally from Poland, immigrated to France in 1926, where he opened a Yiddish bookstore. After the German invasion, Mr. Krause went into hiding in Nice and wrote these poems. He died in 1943. Also contains information about Shlomo Krause's son Maurice's experiences during the war in Russia and information about Shlomo's nephew, Yanek, who fought in the underground in Czȩstochowa and perished in the Holocaust.
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