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Edward L. Schreiber papers 1988.1054
1988.1054  
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Description
This collection is comprised of a typescript of an undated article written by Edward L. Schreiber recounting his experiences in the United States as an emigre from Nazi Germany, a typewritten account in German with an English title "The Story of Fred Mac Mount Green alias Fritz Gruenberg" dated February 16, 1944; and an undated account of Mr. Schreiber's imprisonment in Nazi Germany, entitled "In Hitlers Gefaengnis."
Background
Edward L. Schreiber was an emigrant from Nazi Germany. He arrived in the United States in 1938. While in Germany he was a municipal judge. He had been arrested in 1938 and imprisoned for four months for the breaking the for breaking the Law Against Malicious Gossip (Heimtueckegesetz: a Nazi law restricting free speech.) He was arrested under this law for spitting on an article in an issue of "Das Schwarze Korps", an official publication of the SS, which defamed Jewish World War I veterans, claiming they had not served in the trenches. Mr. Schreiber was a veteran of World War I.
Extent
2.0 Folder(s) comprising three documents, articles and stories written by Edward L. Schreiber
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