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Richard Ehrlich: The Arolsen Holocaust Archive

Edited by Manfred Heiting. Foreword by Richard Ehrlich. Text by Emilie Garrigou-Kempton, Reto Meister.

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The first ever documentation of the formidable holdings of the largest archive on the Holocaust

The Arolsen Holocaust Archive chronicles the history of the Nazi repository of voluminous prisoner records from World War II, capturing in excruciating exactitude the Nazi campaign to murder millions and eradicate European Jewry. Located in Bad Arolsen, Germany, and under the auspices of the International Red Cross, the International Tracing Service (ITS) was renamed the Arolsen Archives – International Center on Nazi Prosecution in 2019 and is one of the largest Holocaust archives in the world. The repository holds 17.5 million name cards, over 50 million documents and more than 16 miles of records and artifacts—all of which were out of reach for both survivors and scholars from its founding in 1943 until the ITS’s opening to the public in 2007.

New York–based photographer Richard Ehrlich (born 1938) is the first to record the interiors of the archives through photography, and thus to preserve the unspeakable atrocities it contains; his project forms part of permanent collections including the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, Yad Vashem in Jerusalem and the Jewish Museum in Berlin. Notable images include documentation of Schindler’s List and Anne Frank’s transport papers to Bergen-Belsen, as well as minute details of prisoner exploitation.


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Richard Ehrlich: The Arolsen Holocaust Archive

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Richard Ehrlich: The Arolsen Holocaust Archive

RICHARD EHRLICH: THE AROLSEN HOLOCAUST ARCHIVE

Edited by Manfred Heiting. Foreword by Richard Ehrlich. Text by Emilie Garrigou-Kempton, Reto Meister.

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ISBN: 9783958298897
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Pub Date: 2/1/2022
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Roman Ehrlich & Michael Disqué: The Theater of War

ROMAN EHRLICH & MICHAEL DISQUé: THE THEATER OF WAR

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ISBN: 9783959051491
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Pub Date: 11/21/2017
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Richard Ehrlich: Face the Music

RICHARD EHRLICH: FACE THE MUSIC

Foreword by Daniel J. Levitin. Preface by Richard Ehrlich. Text by Joel Selvin.

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ISBN: 9783869309668
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Pub Date: 11/22/2016
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