By LYDIA AISENBERG

INMATES OF the Kaufering camps were forced to work in industry, agriculture and in building massive underground bunkers to be used by Messerschmidt to manufacture planes.

ETCHED IN MEMORY. The Yiddish writings in the Landsberg Haggada include translations of songs from Hebrew to Yiddish, a short report from the Warsaw Ghetto fighters, and a translation of the Song of the Partisans, as well as notices that had been pinned up in the last days of Dachau.

The Kaufering, known as the ‘cold crematoria,’ were the last camps in Germany to be liberated by the Americans

In l946, Holocaust survivors in a displaced persons camp in the Bavarian town of Landsberg penned a Pessah haggada, telling the story of their people’s freedom from a previous slavery.

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