The State Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau is compiling a list of persons who were deported to the Nazi extermination camp in order that the museum may honour both survivors and the memories of those who perished, according to an article in the Western Jewish Bulletin.
The museum would also appreciate receiving photographs of families before and during the Holocaust and immediately after liberation, as well as photocopies of documents and records.
Information should be mailed or faxed to Henrik Swiebocki, Wiezniow Oswiecima 20, Poland. Fax: 011 48 33 431 934. Contributors should enclose their own address and mark the envelope “Archive Material.”
Auschwitz: General Information
- An Auschwitz Alphabet (Mirror) [page not ready]
- The Crematoria & The Process of Cremation [page not ready]
- Nizkor’s Holocaust Research Guide [page not ready]
- A list of books about Auschwitz [page not ready], in association with Amazon Books
- United States Army aerial photographs [page not ready] taken of Auschwitz during 1944 and early 1945.
- Scenes From Auschwitz, by Zofja Rozenstrauch [page not ready] These striking images were introduced as evidence during the trial of Adolf Eichmann [page not ready].
- Index: Krema II Images [page not ready]
- Index: Krema IV Images [page not ready]
- Daniel Keren’s 1998 Auschwitz photographs [page not ready]
- Steven Mock’s 1998 Auschwitz photographs [page not ready]
- Hans Münch [page not ready]
- Rudolf Höss
- Auschwitz Commandant Höss visits Treblinka [page not ready] and shares his impressions.