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Bernard Robinson collection

Collection Summary
Recorded interviews, notes, photographs, correspondence, copied documents, and other research material compiled, collected, or created by Bernard Robinson, the donor’s father, as well as Amalia Robins, the donor's mother, in the course of their extensive research on the topic of women who were imprisoned by the Nazis during World War II, and were forced on death marches toward the end of that war. The specific focus of much of the material are the two death marches that Amalia Robinson participated in between January and May 1945. Includes approximately 100 or more audiorecordings of interviews with the survivors of such marches, as well as background research materials collected by Robinson during this project.
Gift of Owen L. Robinson, 2016.
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Bernard Robinson papers

Document | Accession Number: 2016.531.1

Record last modified: 2022-07-28 18:30:16
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