Hannah Kastan Weiss papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Hannah Kastan Weiss
Contains letters, identity documents, sheet music, photographs, ration cards, vaccination records, and other materials documenting the experiences of the Kastan family of Berlin, Germany, during and after World War II. Includes letters written by Guenther Kastan (donor's father) while in a sub-camp of Auschwitz, dated 1943-1944. Also includes immigration and naturalization documents concerning the family's postwar move to the United States and resettlement in Chicago with the assistance of the United Service for New Americans (USNA)
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Also in Hannah Kastan Weiss collection
Post-period publication written by former prisoners of the concentration camp Buchenwald.
Post-period publication concerning the oppression of Nazism.
A post-period pamphlet concerning the concentration camp Buchenwald.
A post-Holocaust book concerning the concentration camp Buchenwald.
Haggadah used by a German child in hidding during the Holocaust.