Records Relating to Literature and Arts in Camp... | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
This record group contains narratives in the form of poetry, prose, as well as illustrated children books of inscription and artworks created in the Nazi concentration camps and ghettos. Some writings were meant for public, while the others were created clandestinely and remained hidden. Some of these narratives saw publication in the postwar period, while the others never have been published. This Record Group contains the Willy Rosen Collection of poems from the Westerbork Transit Camp; the Moritz Müller Collection of sketches from the Theresienstadt ghetto, as well as the secondary sketches of Peter Kein, also from the Theresienstadt ghetto. The collection of its own right is the Betti Gerard (Kubaschka) Children Books of Inscription, created in Westerbork Transit Camp.
Subgroups under Literature and Arts in Camps and Ghettos
RG-04 RG-04.01 Willy Rosen Papers, Westerbork transit camp
RG-04 RG-04.02 Moritz Mueller Collection of Theresienstadt Ghetto
Records filed under "Literature and Arts in Camps and Ghettos"