Dr. Irving Marshak Collection
Dr. Irving Marshak served with the U.S. Army Medical Corps during the Allied liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe during 1944-45. Dr. Marshak took several amateur photographs of the scenes of destruction that he encountered across Germany. He was also present at the liberation of the Weimar concentration camp in 1945. The collection contains photographs of destruction in Nurnberg, an abandoned German airfield, and the Weimar concentration camp. The collection also includes a 1984 news article from the “New Haven Journal-Courier” detailing the experiences of Dr. Marshak.