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Description trouvée dans les archives

Date(s)

[after 1939]

Lieu de création

Sans lieu, inconnu ou indéterminé

1.2 cm of textual records.

Portée et contenu

Fonds consists of short stories which record Weiselberger's experiences as an internee, include descriptions of fellow internees, accounts of work activities, recreation, meals and other aspects of the everyday life at the camps.

Documents textuels
90: Ouvert
Volume
1
90: Ouvert
No de référence archivistique
Ancien no de référence archivistique

Aucun instrument de recherche

Biographie / Histoire administrative

Carl Weiselberger, born in Vienna, Austria, became a journalist after graduating from the University of Vienna. He left Austria for London, England, in 1939 to escape from the National Socialists. Following the outbreak of war he was interned in England and deported to Canada, where he remained in internment camps in northern Quebec. Following his release in 1943, he took a position as translator with the Censorship Branch of the Department of National Defence. In 1946 he joined the Ottawa Citizen, where he became especially well-known for his articles on art and theatre.

Information additionnelle

Received in 1974 from Dr. Herta Hartmannshenn of Victoria, B.C.

Vedette-matière

1. World War, 1939-1945
2. Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945
3. World War, 1939-1945 Prisoners and prisons, Canadian.
4. Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 Prisonniers et prisons des Canadiens.

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No de contrôle d'autres systèmes

103189