Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
A-5053 Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust Education Fund, 1966-2013
A-5053 Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust Education Fund [Book 1], 1966-2006, 3/8/2018
A-5053 Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust Education Fund Book 2, 2006-2009, 11/19/2018
A-5053 Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust Education Fund Book 3, 2009-2013, 4/10/2018
A-5053 Government Documents, Proclamations and Awards, 1938-2013, 2/23/2018
A-5053 Jewish Motorcyclists Alliance (JAMA) (2006) and Ride to Remember (2008), 2007-2008, 11/19/2018
A-5053 Nebraska Holocaust Memorial Dedicated April 15, 2007, 1979-2013, 4/26/2018
A-5053 Sam Fried Holocaust Index, 2013, 1925-2013
A-5053 Sam Fried Holocaust Index by Book, 2013, 1925-2013, 12/4/2018
This PDF was saved from the Book tab of Sam Fried's Excel spreadsheet index to his collection. This is the same content as the second portion of the printed notebook.
A-5053 Sam Fried Holocaust Index by Date, 2013, 1925-2013, 12/4/2018
This PDF was saved from the Date tab of Sam Fried's Excel spreadsheet index to his collection. This is the same content as the first portion of the printed notebook.
A-5053 Sam Fried Holocaust Index [Volume], 2013, 1925-2013, 12/4/2018
A-5053 Sam Fried Holocaust Survivor, 1925-2013, 5/10/2018
A-5053 Sam Fried Society of Survivors, Inc. (7/11/79), 1967-2013
A-5053 Sam Fried Society of Survivors, Inc. (7/11/79) Book 1, 1967-1979, 11/27/2018
A-5053 Sam Fried Society of Survivors, Inc. (7/11/79) Book 2, 1979-2013, 11/30/2018
A-5854 Magda Chunovic Fried, Feb 14, 1929 To Nov 4, 1985, 1929-1985, 4/17/2018
American Indian Oral History and Omaha Folklore Project Oral History Collection
Concentration Camp Survivor Postcard, 1948
The postcard image is of a starved, Jewish, male concentration camp survivor wearing the striped uniform of prisoners being held up by a young, healthy, and muscular Jewish man in front of a low-slung brick structure. On the reverse side the postcard contains a block of 4 Minhelet Ha'am Theodor Herzl stamps with Tel Aviv 'Doar' overprint tied by purple Tel Aviv cancels and addressed to Palestine.
Liberation of Dachau One-Year Anniversary Postcard, 1946
This Polish postcard marks the one year anniversary of the liberation of Dachau. The postcard includes an image of a nude person holding their arms up in celebration in front of a large “P” sign with “Przetrwaliśmy!” (translation: we survived!) at the bottom of the image and “Dachau \ 29.4.1945 – 29.4.1946” at the top. The reverse side is blank.
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Lottie Kubicki, Interview Date: 1977 April 30, Date Digitized: 1/23/2017
The oral history interview of Lottie Kubicki about her experiences in Czechoslovakia and Germany in the 1930s-1950s was conducted by UNO student Connie Miller on April 30, 1977. Kubicki was taken from her home in Czechoslovakia and sent to Germany in 1945 at the end of World War II because her family was German. From there, she discussed finding her family again in East Germany, moving to West Germany, and eventually immigrating to the United States.
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Ruth Klass, Interview Date: 1977 May 3, Date Digitized: 2/10/2017
The oral history interview of Ruth Klass regarding Jewish life in Nazi Germany was conducted by UNO student Rod Sadorsky on May 3, 1977. Klass shared information about her family background in Germany, her Jewish heritage, her experiences when she moved to the U.S., the impact the Holocaust had on her life, and her place in her community. Klass and her husband were able to flee Europe before being imprisoned in a concentration camp.
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Stanley Fidler, Interview Date: 1977 April 12, Date Digitized: 2/2/2017
Sam and Magda Fried Videos, circa 1980-1985
Sam Fried Papers
Stefan Jagielski Letter, 10.8.1941
Letter sent from a concentration camp from Stefan Jagielski on Auschwitz-issued stationary. Also, a previous owner partially cut around the preprinted camp rules block, but it remains partially connected. The letter is dated 10.8.1941, handwritten in German, and addressed to an unidentified woman and acknowledges receipt of a letter and money from her. Jagielski assures the recipient that he is healthy, and asks her to write with news about (his? her?) father and brother.