"The Diary of Jenö Klein"
Consists of a photocopy of the handwritten diary of Jenö Klein, originally of Makó, Hungary, written between March 1, 1944 and July 2, 1945. Mr. Klein was deported from Makó to Strasshof, Austria, and from there to Neumuhl to work in a quarry and a forest, then to Gmund to work in a potato processing factory. Mr. Klein became a "Jupo" (Juden Polizei) of the group and was in charge of the distribution of items. In April, the group was transferred to Theresienstadt (Terezin). Mr. Klein was liberated on May 7th by the Red Army. Also includes a typed translation of the Hungarian diary into German, with some remarks in English.
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