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Exclusion, Dispersal, Extermination: Jews in Schwerin, 1933-1945

Document | Accession Number: 1997.A.0120

Contains a report entitled "Ausgrenzung, Vertreibung, Bernichtung: Juden in Schwerin, 1933-1945" ("Exclusion, Dispersal, Extermination: Jews in Schwerin, 1933-1945") by Bernd Kasten, with translations by Rolf Meyersohn. Provides information regarding the community of Schwerin with descriptions of the businesses, entrepreneurs, and factory directors; relations with Berlin and the Nazi party; Kristallnacht and its aftermath; the role of the town's physicians; boycotting of the craftsmen and workers; emigration and hiding of school-aged children; fates of the elderly; Mischlinge; relations with non-Jews in the town (bystanders); and conclusion and name list of those Jews who did and did not survive.

SubTitle
Ausgrenzung, Vertreibung, Bernichtung: Juden in Schwerin, 1933-1945
Language
English
Genre/Form
Registers.
Extent
1 folder
 
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