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Sam Klasner collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of a pair of shoes, calipers, a certificate, and photographs relating to the experiences of Sam Klasner during the Holocaust when he was a forced laborer in the factory owned by Oskar Schindler in German occupied Czechoslovakia and after the Holocaust when he lived in a displaced persons camp in Germany.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2004 by Bruce Klasner, the son of Sam Klasner.
Date
1945-1949
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Sam Klasner papers

Document | Accession Number: 2004.702.1

Date
1945-1949

Pair of leather slippers received from Oskar Schindler by a Jewish Polish worker

Object | Accession Number: 2004.702.2 a-b

Geography
received : Brünnlitz (Concentration camp); Brněnec (Czech Republic)
Date
1945 May  (received)
Pair of leather slippers received from Oskar Schindler by a Jewish Polish worker

Vernier calipers used by a Jewish Polish worker in Oskar Schindler's armament factory

Object | Accession Number: 2004.702.3

Geography
use : Brünnlitz (Concentration camp); Brněnec (Czech Republic)
Date
1944 October-1945 May  (use)
Vernier calipers used by a Jewish Polish worker in Oskar Schindler's armament factory
 
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