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Overview This collection encompasses items from Arthur Corder’s service in the Second World War. He was assigned as an aide to one of the officers who were among the first Allied military into Mauthausen Concentration Camp on May 5, 1945. Corder had the clearance to take seized items back to the United States, these includes watches, documents, photographs, a camera, and Third Reich relics.
Dates: 1945 - 1945
Overview This collection holds a Tefillin, two small black boxes, each containing specific passages from the Torah, that Orthodox Jewish males over the age of thirteen traditionally wear during prayer services. The wearing of Tefillin is considered a mitzvah, or good deed.
Dates: 1900 - 1939
Overview This item is an addendum to a German emigration form vouching that the person has no unpaid taxes. Betty Sara Goetz completed the form on December 2, 1940; the form provides Goetz tax number, an indication of her identification card, and that Nazi Germany did not have a concern for her taxes.
Overview The collection donated by Cantor Leopold and Isabelle Szneer. The collection comprises of prayer books, and prayer clothing including a Tallit and Shabbat apron. Also, the collection contains a parochet, the curtain that covers the Torah.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1906 - 1950
Content Description This collection contains nine colored photographs taken by professor and photographer Clifford Lester. These photographs were taken in 2011 of Holocaust survivors, including Max Webb, Leon and Natasha Weinstein, and Cantor Leopold and Isabelle Szneer.
Dates: 2011 - 2011
Overview The collection is comprised of Corporal Robert T. Hawk's pencil drawings during his servies in the United States Army between 1943 to 1945. His drawings encompases portraits of soldiers, as well as illustrations of marksmanship badges and the United States Amry's military insignias.
Dates: 1943 - 1945
Overview The Dr. David M. Crowe is a collection that includes correspondence and research notes from 1990 – 2004 that supported the writing of his biography on Oskar Schindler.
Overview The Friday Forum is a monthly magazine of the Jewish Exponent newspaper. The forum features lengthy essays on a variety of topics regardig the Jewish life. These series are firsthand narratives of the remnants of European Jewish life and survivors rebuilding their lives post-Holocaust. The newspaper in this collection date from 1972 to 1978.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1970 - 1979
Content Description This six-page narrative is the description of someone's experience of the Holocaust. This item was found in a book from a used book sale. The author or original owner of the pages is unknown. In addition, the author's given name is unidentified; he renames himself Hayim. The narrative is written as historical fiction. The author of the description wrote two dates on the pages, April 13, 1946, and November 7, 1954; it is unknown which day is accurate. Hayim is a child, but the author...
Dates: 1946 - 1954
Overview In the fall of 1939, the Nazi government introduced mandatory identification badges for Jews in Poland. This Nazi policy was one of the tactics used to isolate Jews from the rest of the population, and it enabled the Nazi government to identify, concentrate the Jews of Europe. The following are reproductions of the badges worn across German-occupied Europe.
Dates: 1939 - 1945
Overview This postage stamp commemorates the fifth anniversary of the liberation of prisoners from the concentration camps; it was issued on May 5, 1995. The design of the stamp is barbed wire and a prisoners number 11960. Bordering the seal is a list of liberated concentration camps including, Auschwitz, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Auschwitz-Monowitz, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau, Dora-Mittelbau, Flossenbürg, Gross roses, Hertogenbosch, chewing, Klooga, Krakow-Plaszow, Lublin-Majdanek, Mauthausen,...
Overview A financial deposit slip of money (Einlieferungsschein) from Litzmannstadt (Lodz) Ghetto to Dachau Concentration Camp, addressed to Jakob Nemec, identification number 11966.
Overview The portfolio of lithographs reflect the indelible impressions of an artist and witness who survived six years of the Holocaust in ghettos and camps of Poland.
Dates: 1949 - 1949
Overview The material in this collection includes a Displacement person card, temporary travel document, Declaration of Intention, and Certification of Naturalization.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1945 - 1960
Overview In 1996, the representatives of the Nuremberg Tribunal Trials met in Washington D.C. for their fifth reunion on March 22 to 23. Former Nuremberg prosecutors and other committee members gather, including Court Records, Court Interpreters, Secretaries, Research Analysts, Interrogators, Internal Security, Reporters, and Photographers. Arntson created this collection to document the executive trial counsel and the reunion. The collection includes a Nuremberg Directory, newspaper clipping,...
Dates: 1990 - 1996
Overview The Oskar Schindler Archive is a collection that includes reproductions of photocopies ranging from the years 1940s to 2000s. The items have been collected by Dr. David Crowe as research material to support his biography on Oskar Schindler. Divided into sixteen series spanning the years from the 1940s to 2000s, the collection documents the activities of Oskar Schindler (1908-1974), who was a spy, businessman, Nazi Party member, and Righteous Gentile. Personal papers include family...
Dates: Usage: Majority of material found within 1955 to 1980
Overview Two newspapers documenting the Adolf Eichmann trail, from April 11-12, 1961.
Dates: 1961-04-11 - 1961-04-12
Content Description The Soviet Union Photograph Collection contains photos from three prominent Russian photographers Yevgeny Khaldei, Georgi Zelma, and Emmanuel Evzerikhin. For numerous days, these Jewish photographers documented the harsh scenes of World War II. In this collection majority of the photograph capture the Eastern Front of the Second World War.
Dates: 1936 - 1948
Overview The Springer collection primarily consists of Isak and Sally Springer's emigration documents from 1949 to 1959.
Overview The Stanley M. Garstka personal papers contain two letters, a personal reflection, and the article Poland's Way of the cross 1939-1945 by Franciszek J. Proch.
Overview Created by Hanni Vogelweid, a Holocaust survivor, she and her family were issued a visa to Japan by Chiune Sugihara, the Japanese consul in Lithuania credited with saving thousands of Jewish refugees by providing transit visas. Vogelweid collected newspaper articles related to the rescuer, Sugihara. In addition, the collection contains correspondence, photographs, writings on Sugihara, programs to exhibitions and events associated with Sugihara, transportation list, and a photocopy of...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1990 - 2010
Overview The 158th Infantry Regiment, as known as the "Bushmasters" is an infantry unit of the Arizona National Guard. The 158th Infantry Regiment went to France in August 1917. The 158th Infantry was positioned to act as a guard of honor to President Woodrow Wilson during his residence in France in 1918, and the 158th Infantry Band was chosen as Wilson’s honorary band. The regiment completed its federal service on May 3, 1919.
Dates: 1919 - 1919
Overview In 2002, The 1939 Society celebrated its 50th anniversary. For five decades, The '1939' Society has been dedicated to the remembrance of the Holocaust and to Holocasut Education. This item is a program with the itinerary, benefactors, and patrons of the commenmorative event.
Overview The scrapbook is comprised of clippings from the Collier's magazine. The clippings include caricatures by Sam Berman, featuring Nazi leaders entitled The Guilty.
Dates: 1945 - 1946
Overview The Illustrierter Boebachter was the National Socialist German Workers' Party's (NSDAP) weekly illustrated newspaper. The newspaper was intended to elevate the leaders of the NSDAP thorough coverage of their actions. The issues here are from July 7, 1938, to December 29, 1938.
Dates: 1938 - 1938
Overview This book is called Trau keinem Fuchs auf grüner Heid und keinem Jud bei seinem Eid (Trust No Fox in the Green Meadow and No Jew on His Oath) is a children's book written and published in 1936 during the Third Reich in Germany. The children’s book was written by Elvira Bauer, a teacher and supporter of Nazi ideology. It was illustrated by Philipp Rupprecht, a publisher to the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer. The book went into print in 1936, it is estimated 100,000 copies were published by...
Dates: Publication: 1936
- Repository: Oskar Schindler Archives X
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 20
- Holocaust survivors -- History -- 20th century 16
- World War, 1939-1945 16
- Chapman University. Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library. 11
- Chapman University. The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education. 10
- World War II 10
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Germany 3
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Poland 3
- Art 2
- Israel. 2
- Propaganda -- History -- 20th century. 2
- United States. Army. 2
- War crime trials -- Germany -- Nuremberg 2
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps 2
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda 2
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Women 2
- Art and war 1
- Children's literature -- History 1
- Clothing and dress -- World War, 1914-1918 1
- Folk Literature. 1 ∧ less
- Crowe, David M. 1