Raoul Cohen-Addad papers
The Raoul Cohen-Added papers consist of correspondence, identification papers, receipts, and a photograph documenting Raoul Cohen-Addad’s participation in Resistance activities in Algeria in November 1942, his career as a French government employee in the tax office, and his contribution to Jewish cultural and religious organizations in Algeria. The papers also include a 1950 report on the representation of Algerians and Jews in textbooks used in French and Algerian schools.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Nicole Cohen-Addad
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Also in Raoul Cohen-Addad collection
The collection consists of a military cap, epaulets, an armband, a rubber stamp, a hammer head, and correspondence, documents, and a copy print relating to the experiences of Raoul Cohen-Addad in Algiers during World War II.