United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Karl Schwesig's manuscript is not formally titled but has been referred to as "Pyrenäenbericht." It is divided into five sections: untitled (39 pages), "Noé" (8 pages), "Zwischensatz [Noé]" (10 pages), "Nexon" (14 pages), and "Fort Romainville, Kaserne" (11 pages). The manuscript relates his internment as a political prisoner in Holocaust era concentration camps in France including Noé, Gurs, Saint-Cyprien, Nexon, as well as the Fort de Romainville prison in Paris and the Ulmer Höhe prison in Düsseldorf. It describes the scenery in the Pyrenees, camp conditions, food, his health, the treatment he received, fellow prisoners, daily life, and extraordinary events. The manuscript is accompanied by a map tracing Schwesig's Holocaust era itinerary from Düsseldorf, through Belgium and France, and back to Düsseldorf
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Walter Saunders papers contain material related to Walter Saunders, who immigrated to the United States with his brother Kurt in 1940, leaving behind their parents who were arrested and eventually killed in Auschwitz. Included in the papers are correspondence with Walter's parents, photographs, reference letters and naturalization papers
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains a diary kept by Gater while he was a prisoner of war; printed copies of his Bataan diary; correspondence related to publication of his reminiscences in the Manchester, New Hampshire "Union Leader" in 1972; copies of the "Union Leader" series of newspaper articles; newspaper clippings related to prisoners of war during the Vietnam War; notes; photographs; biographical information; military service records; and miscellaneous other materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains 30 color slides of scenes from the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, dated 1942-1944, two photographs from a Cody, Wyoming studio, and a letter from Bacon Sakatani, July 6,1993 which gives an inventory of the slides, numbered order, and content identified and described
California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Contains photographs, a transcript of an oral history by Sandy J. McKennon, audio recordings of the interview, and index of the interview, an annotated map, and an excerpt from a book, that describe Private Kenneth L. Waller's years at a prisoner of war in the Philippines and Japan from 1941 to 1945
California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Correspondence, photographs, and newspapers from Manzanar during the period of Ms. Nagahama and Ms. Toda's internment by the War Relocation Authority
University of California, Berkeley
Photographs of the Sharp Park facility show interiors and exteriors of buildings including mess halls, dormitories, recreation rooms, the library, etc. Some photographs show detainees and guards
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: correspondence, memoirs, awards / certificates, unit histories, clippings, diary / journal, maps / charts
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: oral history, speeches, newspaper articles
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: memoirs, newspapers, and photos (note indicates moved to Audio-visual Department

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