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Keuter family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2016.429.1

The Keuter family papers consist of letters written by Albert and Barend Klaas Keuter from the Oranje Hotel prison in Scheveningen, Netherlands, and smuggled to their family describing their arrests, conditions in prison, hunger, and solitude. The papers also include wartime records documenting restrictions on Dutch civilians under the Nazi occupation and the family’s concerns for Albert and Barend; and postwar correspondence to Elizabeth Keuter conveying information about what happened to Albert and Barend in the Vught, Sachsenhausen, and Bergen Belsen concentration camps. Most of the documents are accompanied by annotated translations.

Date
1941-1947  (inclusive)
Language
Dutch
English
Genre/Form
Correspondence.
Extent
4 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Keuter family In Loving Memory of Albert Keuter and Berend Klaas Keuter
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Record last modified: 2018-12-04 07:56:36
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