Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945).
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes slides, photographs, and a written description of Kalishman’s experiences during his one year of military service spent in Austria and Germany from 1955 to 1956 and impressions of the Dachau concentration camp site.
A scrapbook commemorating the 1st Anniversary of the founding of a Jewish refugee settlement at Sousa, in the Dominican Republic, in January 1940. Also included are 15 photographs of various Latin and South American diplomatic groups visiting the Pan-American Union in Washington, D.C. during the 1940s.
The collection includes personal papers and a photo album that once belonged to Edward J. Lavigne, a US Army photographer during World War II.
Emanuel Merdinger (1906-1997) was a chemist, Holocaust survivor, and professor. This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, school IDs, diplomas, and an autobiography. The autobiography contains the English translation of the letters Merdinger exchanged with Albert Speer, a former high ranking Nazi official.
Photographs, speeches, scrapbooks, and memorabilia belonging to Holocaust survivor, businessman, hotelier, and philanthropist Henri Landwirth.
Copies of sermons and Jewish community periodicals written or edited by German-American Rabbi Kurt Metzger (1909-1992) in the 1930s.
Correspondence, academic writings, family histories, diaries, postcards, photographs, and other papers produced by former UF Professor, Melvin Valk and his wife Pauline.
The collection contains photographs of World War II and the Holocaust.