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[Preliminary] Contains information about former prisoners of Majdanek and music of the camp
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Longplay "Il canzoniere internazionale dei ribelli" (fragment with songs form Sachsenhausen. 16 frames
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[Preliminary] Contains information about survivors of Treblinka and music of the camp
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Contains general information about music from Brzezinka [Birkenau] and biographical information for former prisoners of the camp. Also includes is correspondence with Symon Laks and the musical score for Laks' composition, "Elegia zydowskiego miasteczek.".
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[Preliminary] Contains information about former prisoners of Sachsenhausen and music of the camp
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Contains newspaper clippings relating to soldiers' songs
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Contains primarliy correspondence between Aleksander Kulisiewicz and former camp prisoners concerning music, art, and other cultural aspects of life in various concentration camps and killing centers. Also included are testimonies, autobiographies, and biographies relating to various former camp prisoners, and theatrical scripts, librettos, musical scores, poems, and photographs from various camps. The dates range from the early 1960s to the late 1970s
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[Preliminary] Contains information about music in Zabikowo, a forced labor camp near Poznan
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Song book for the Polish camp choir in Dachau compiled by Jan Pribula entitled "Piesni." Contains song texts and muscical score for several Polish songs written by various song writers including M. Gruca and Leon Kaczmarek. Also contains a special section for Christmas music
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Includes Yiddish newspapers, booklets, and other documents relating to Joseph Levine and his involvement with displaced persons at Regensburg after World War II. Also included are materials relating to the International Military Tribunal in Nuremburg, the UNRRA, and Jews in Indiana