Eric Gutsmuth papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eric Gutsmuth
The collection consists of materials documenting the experiences of the Gutsmuth family in hiding and in concentration camps in Germany, the Netherlands, and France during the Holocaust; in addition, the collection contains philatelic material collected by Eric Gutsmuth's father concerning other victims of the Holocaust.
Record last modified: 2018-02-12 10:24:30
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Also in Eric Gutsmuth collection
Consists of documents, leaflets, newspapers, Lodz, Theresienstadt and Westerbork ghetto and camp scrip, a diary, and philatelic material either documenting the Gutsmuth family prior to the War, their emigration, their being in hiding in the Netherlands or being imprisoned in Theresienstadt; or purchased by Eric Gutsmuth's father. Included are anti-Semitic propaganda and Dutch resistance leaflets.
Star of David patch worn by Eric Gutsmuth's mother-in-law, a German refugee in France during World War II