Box JHC Holocaust Archives Box 11
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Werner "Tom" Angress, a Jewish native of Germany, immigrated to the U.S. as part of an agricultural initiative in Virginia. After the farm on which he worked was sold in 1941, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as an interrogator with the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment.
Includes excerpts from The 508th Connection and other writings by Boroughs, as well as newspaper clippings of interviews with Bert Jakobs. Also includes a DVD containing selected images from Edith Jakobs's diary.
The collection consists of a photocopied typescript of The Pintus Translations, edited and translated by Michael Lombardi. The typescript is based on translations of postwar letters to Florence Goldsmith written by her friend Lise Pintus, a survivor of the Holocaust from Berlin, Germany, and other materials, including a partly autobiographical novel written by Lise's daughter, Lore.