In the collection are personal accounts and objects which tell of flight and rescue, but also about arrest and deportation, about life as a refugee in Sweden or underground in Denmark and of the return home to Denmark in 1945.
The collection is open to the public and may be used by all scholars and students interested in the subject.
The collection contains objects, photographs, archival materials in the form of letters, diaries, personal accounts and personal documents as well as archival material. Moreover, one hundred interviews with witnesses carried out in connection with the project are now made available to the public.
8 film footages and filmed interviews
23 digitalized objects, including photo albums and dairies
10 large size materials, including maps and drawings
You can search online and see a list of the collected objects, photographs and archives via Museernes Samlinger.
For help in searching, contact Inge Bucka Mejlhede: email@example.com
Download list of interviews with witnesses
Download list of films
Download list of digitalised materials
Download list of large formats
If you wish to use materials from the collection, contact Sara Fredfeldt email: sf@. jewmus.dk
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