Concentration camp inmate uniform jacket and pants
Buchenwald (Concentration camp);
Weimar (Thuringia, Germany)
Clothing and Dress
Concentration camp uniforms
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, The Abraham and Ruth Goldfarb Family Acquisition Fund
Prisoner's uniform worn by Fernand Brunetti while imprisoned in Buchenwald concentration camp from 1942-1945. He was a French citizen, who was arrested and deported for unknown reasons, from France to Buchenwald. After liberation in 1945, he returned to Paris. Around 1946-47, he had a studio portrait taken of himself in this uniform.
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Also in Fernand Brunetti collection
The collection consists of artifacts and a book relating to the experience of Fernand Brunetti during the Holocaust.
Book, La Deportation, about the Holocaust in France that includes a tipped in dedication page, with a photograph of Fernand Brunetti in the concentration camp uniform he wore while he was imprisoned in Buchenwald concentration camp. Above the printed caption: exemplaire imprime specialement pour / FERNAND BRUNETTI / DEPORTE A BUCHENWALD is a handwritten inscription: 1942-1943 - à 1945. Brunetti was a French citizen, and it is not known why he was deported to Buchenwald. He returned to France after liberation in1945. Around 1946-47, he had a studio portrait taken of himself in this uniform.