Oral history interviews with André Scheinmann
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- André Scheinmann
- Mel Yoken
1992 November 13-2012
2001 April 19 (interview)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Diana Mara Henry
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Also in André Scheinmann collection
Consists of materials related to the Holocaust experiences of André Scheinmann. Born Joseph Scheinmann in 1915, André hid his Jewish identity and worked in the French Resistance and for Great Britain as a spy in France. He was arrested as a Nacht und Nebel political prisoner and was interned at the Natzweiler-Strutthof concentration camp as a kapo, and later in the Dachau concentration camp. Includes "Call Me André," a narrative written by Diana Mara Henry with the assistance of Scheinmann, several articles she wrote about his experiences, and oral history interviews with Scheinmann.
Diana Mara Henry and her father Carl Henry visit the town of Hochfelden where they speak with Roger Weil and his mother Cora, relatives of the donor who discuss being the sole members of the Levy family to survivor the massacre at Guerry, Cher, France in August 1944.
Interviews with Natzweiler-Struthof survivors during commemoration ceremonies