Papers, 1944-1946

Nadich, Judah, 1912-2007


92 items.
Requisitions, correspondence, and reports regarding conditions in Poland and Vienna and at displaced persons camps and centers including DP Hospital 2002, Landsberg, Buchenwald, Zeilsheim, Fahrenwald, and St. Ottilien, also report of Earl G. Harrison to Pres. Truman on the conditions in displaced persons camps in the American Zone, with copy of cover letter from Truman to Eisenhower, 1945; maps and charts showing the Allied chain of command, 1945; photographs of displaced persons camps including Halberstadt, Hillersleben, Duttenstain, Feldafing, Weimar, and Wiesband, and Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, and George Patton at Ohrdruf; Nazi pamphlet, "Wofur Kampfen Wir?", 1944; NITZOTZ, Zionist magazine published by displaced persons in Germany, 1945-1946; and publications of the Organization of Jewish Refugees in Italy, 1945-1946.
U.S. Army chaplain -- Advisor to Gen. Eisenhower on Jewish affairs.
English, Yiddish, Hebrew, and German.

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