‘Arbeit Macht Frei’: Work and Death in Concentration Camps and Ghettos
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- 55.Translated from copy in US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Record Group-04.015*01. A different translation appears in David A. Hackett (ed. and trans.), The Buchenwald Report (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995), pp. 171–2; I am indebted to him for information about this document.Google Scholar
- 62.Translated from a copy, provided by David A. Hackett, of the original page in Bericht über das Konzentrationslager Buchenwald bei Weimar, prepared after liberation of the camp, in April-May, 1945, by an intelligence team led by Albert G. Rosenberg from Psychological Warfare Division, SHAEF, with the collaboration of a committee of Buchenwald survivors. A different translation is in Hackett, The Buchenwald Report, pp. 226–7.Google Scholar
- 64.Translated from Hanna Lévy-Hass, Vielleicht war das alles erst der Anfang: Tagebuch aus dem KZ Bergen-Belsen 1944–1945, ed. Eike Geisel (Berlin: Rotbuch Verlag, 1979), pp. 54–6. A different translation, which does not closely follow the German text, can be found in Hanna Lévy-Hass, Inside Belsen, trans. Ronald Taylor (Brighton, UK: Harvester Press, 1982).Google Scholar
- 66.Translated from reprinted version in Erich Kosthorst and Bernd Walter, Konzentrations- und Strafgefangenenlager im Dritten Reich: Beispiel Emsland; Zusatzteil: Kriegsgefangenenlager (Düsseldorf: Droste Verlag, 1983), Vol. 1, pp. 442–7.Google Scholar
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