Abinew Dubensky papers
The collection consists of wartime documents and photographs of Lt. Abinew Dubensky (later known as Abraham Dubensky) of the 80th Infantry of the United States Army. The documents include a pamphlet entitled, "Pocket Guide to Germany," and a flyer intended for German soldiers entitled "Retreat on All Fronts." The photographs include photographs acquired from German soldiers and ones taken by Dubensky in 1945. The photographs from German soldiers include depictions of public humiliation of rabbis by German soldiers in Poland and Romanian troops with dead bodies at an unidentified concentration camp. Photographs taken by Dubensky include depictions of U.S. soldiers in Austria, the Ohrdruf and Ebensee concentration camps, and Adolf Hitler's birthplace.
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Also in Abinew Dubensky Collection
Material pertaining to the service of the donor's father, Lt. Abinew Dubensky, in the 80th Infantry Division. Includes photographs of concentration camps taken by Lt. Dubensky, as well as photographs acquired from German soldiers showing public humiliation of rabbis by German soldiers in Poland. Documents include a pamphlet entitled, "Pocket Guide to Germany," and a flyer entitled "Retreat on All Fronts." Small leather cases with photos of a dog and a young woman. Postage stamps with Hitler's image.