Camillo Adler papers
.5 linear ft..
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michel Adler
The collection consists of three manuscripts written by Camillo Adler between 1943-1945. Der Käfig (The Cage), in German, is a semi-autobiographical work related to life in Vienna in the 1920s. Mensch ohne Heimat (Man Without a Country), in German with an English translation, is an autobiographical work related to Adler's life in Lyon, France, from the outbreak of World War II to his enlistment in the French Foreign Legion. Ich bin ein Fluechtling (I am a Refugee), in German with an English translation, is an account of Adler's experiences escaping with his family from Lyon into Switzerland, and life in Swiss refugee and labor camps. The translations were completed by Adler's son, Michel, in 2009 and 2010. The accretion consists of the German passports of Camillo’s parents Moritz and Sara Adler; a tracing document regarding the deportation of Ludwig and Marie Kraus, the parents of Camillo’s wife Martha Adler, from Vienna to Theresienstadt; a letter from Ludwig and Marie to Camillo and Martha written in 1942; and a photograph postcard sent to Martha.
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