Tsurik fun Gehenem : 22 tseykhenungen fun Berl Fridler
- miṭ a for-ṿorṭ un ṭeḳsṭ fun Pol Ṭrepman.
- Alternate Title
- Back from Hell : 22 collected sketches by Berl Friedler
Belsen (Bergen, Celle, Germany)
Books and Published Materials
Books and pamphlets
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gunther Schwarberg
A copy of “Tsurik fun Gehenem: 22 tseykhenungen fun Berl Friedler” [Back from Hell : 22 collected sketches by Berl Friedler,] published in 1947. The bound book contains a series of 21 color-printed, chronological sketches drawn and published by Holocaust survivor Berl Fridler. The sketches are preceded by a Yiddish-language forward written by Paul Trepman.
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Also in Günther Schwarberg collection
The collection consists of negative strips and copyprints relating to the experiences of Heinrich Jöst, a sergeant in the German Wehrmacht stationed near Warsaw, Poland, and two books.
The papers consist of 6 negative strips and copyprints from negative strips taken by Heinrich Jöst, a sergeant in the German Wehrmacht stationed near Warsaw, Poland. The collection also includes 4 copyprints of Henrich Jöst and 1 book "Gedichte von Dolly Katz-Friedler aus Łódź, Polen über die 'Holocaust' Periode."