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University of Cape Town Libraries: Special Collections (Manuscripts and Archives) South African Holocaust and Genocide Foundation Collection Series
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Robins Collection

The collection contains correspondence, documentation, publications and photographs related to the Robins family from the early 1900s to 2000. Herbert Leopold Robinsky was born in Poland in 1907. The family lived in Culmsee, Poland where Herbert’s...

Edith Bruch Collection

The collection was donated to the Cape Town Holocaust Centre in 2011 after being purchased at an auction in a brown suitcase. It includes correspondence, documentation, photographs and ephemera related to the life of the elusive Edith Bruch. Littl...

Bruch, Edith

Artefacts Collection

This collection contains a variety of artefacts, including correspondence, documentation, publications, photographs and ephemera related to Europe during the First World War, the rise of Nazism and its impact on Jewry in Europe and South Africa, t...

Sachar Collection

The Sachar Collection contains one photograph from Dachau and several photographs from Terezin. The collection also contains postcards of the Jewish Museum as well as other sites in Prague. All the items were collected on a trip by the Sachars to ...

Numismatics

The collection is made up of a variety of separate donations to the Cape Town Holocaust Centre. It contains different examples of currency in Germany following the First World War. Some were created for use in ghettos during the Second World War, ...

Nagel Collection

The collection contains correspondence, documentation, publications and ephemera related to Sische Nagel, an industrial chemist, and his wife, Mirla. Sische Nagel was born in Jasienica, Poland on the 18th of January 1902. His wife Mirla was born o...

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