Recordings regarding Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp
Recordings regarding Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, including the memoirs of Leon Boutbien.
Some video files begin with 10-60 seconds of color bars.
4 sound cassettes.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Diana Mara Henry
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Also in Diana Mara Henry research material regarding Natzweiler-Struthof
Consists of research material gathered by Diana Mara Henry related to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp. Includes oral history interviews with survivors of the camp, including footage of survivor Boris Pahor showing a group of French school children around the camp; recordings of presentations about the camp; the memoirs of Eugene Marlot; copies of her own research and writings regarding the camp's history, and an interview with camp survivor Philip Maisel.
Consists of research material gathered by Diana Mara Henry related to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp. Includes copies of her own research and writings regarding the camp's history.
Research material gathered by Diana Mara Henry related to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, including footage of author and Holocaust survivor Boris Pahor showing a group of French school children around the camp.
Recordings and interviews made during 1991 visit to Natzweiler-Struthof with students and French resistor Eugene Marlot and an oral translation of Marlot's memoirs.
Philip (Falk) Maisel, born on August 15, 1922 in Vilnius, Lithuanian, discusses his twin sister Bella Hirshorn and older brother Josef (both survived the Holocaust); the occupation of Vilnius by the Soviets and then the Germans; the persecution of Jews by Lithuanians and Germans; the massacre of Jews; the two ghettos in Vilnius; learning to be an automotive electrician; the liquidation of the ghetto in September 1943; being sent to extract shale oil in Estonia work camps; being sent to several camps, including Dautmergen, Frommern, Schömberg, and Struthof; his jobs at the various camps; being sent on a death march; going to Ostrach, Germany, where they were liberated by French troops; going to Balingen near Frommern and working for the French Army and UNRRA; being a witness to a trial of the guards in Rastatt, Germany; his thoughts on Kapos; and his work at the Jewish Holocaust Centre in Melbourne, Australia.