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Members of the 4th Communications Unit, a counter-intelligence unit, study the German newspapers it was responsible for publishing. Almost all the members were naturalized Americans, themselves refugees from Nazi Germany.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 51154

Members of the 4th Communications Unit, a counter-intelligence unit, study the German newspapers it was responsible for publishing. Almost all the members were naturalized Americans, themselves refugees from Nazi Germany.

Among those pictured are: seated, Hans Habe (born Janos Békessey), and from left to right, unknown; Ernest (originally Ernst) Wynder, Konrad Kellen (last name originally Katzenellenbogen, unknown, Stefan Heym (birth name Helmut Flieg), Louis Atlas, Peter Weidenreich (last name later changed to Wyden), unknown, and Joseph Eaton, the donor, is standing on the far right.

Date
1945
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Joseph Eaton
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Record last modified: 2013-08-28 00:00:00
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