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Solomon Surowitz collection

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    Consists of one brown placard dated 11 April 1947, Dachau, presented to Mr. Solomon Surowitz, a prosecutor at the Buchenwald trial from New York, NY; states that the group will always remember the dead of Buchenwald. Collection also contains one bound copy of "An information booklet on the Buchenwald concentration camp case: the United States of America v. Josias Prince zu Waldeck et al. : to be heard at Camp Dachau, Germany, 11 April 1947" (published in Dachau, Germany; 47 pages with signatures of participants in the back).

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    German English
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    Donald M. Nussbaum was a law partner of Solomon Surowitz, and found these papers after Mr. Surowitz's death. Solomon Surowitz was a prosecutor at the Buchenwald war crimes trial. Donald Nussbaum donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Jan. 5, 2004.
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