Eleazer Eijl papers
Consists of one book containing copies of photographs, documents, and correspondence related to the life and Holocaust experiences of Eleazer Eijl, originally of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Eijl and his wife, who was not Jewish, moved to the Hague before the war. In 1942, Eijl was arrested and sent to Westerbork, and from there, was deported at the end of January, 1943, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where he perished. The book includes copies of Eijl's letters from Westerbork, including one in which he states that he will be deported the next day.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mevrouw M. Moulijn
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Also in Mevrouw Moulijn family collection
The collection consists of an artifact, correspondence, documents, and photographs related to the experiences of Eleazer Eijl and Mevrouw Moulijn and her family in the Netherlands before, during, and after the Holocaust.
Hand painted tile acquired by Mevrouw Marijke Moulijn’s father after the end of World War II in May 1945. It depicts a scene with a Bavarian town and 2 planes flying overhead, with the words: Thanks Eisenhower! April 29, 1945. This may be a reference to the liberation of Dachau concentration camp which occurred on that date. The Moulijn family was not Jewish and they lived in their home in German occupied Belgium throughout the war. The tile was displayed on the wall in her father's study in The Hague.