The Jewish Resistance collection at the Brandeis University Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department contains 1.5 linear feet of propaganda material, individual testimonies, newsletters, and other documents pertaining to Jewish resistance movements in Europe during World War II. This unprocessed collection contains documents in English, French, German, Polish, Dutch, Spanish, Hebrew, Yiddish, and Italian. Documents include postwar reports on Nazi atrocities and assorted Nazi paraphernalia. Clandestine publications included in the collection deal with a range of issues, from major wartime events to the activities of Jewish resistance organizations. One such publication, a German antifascist pamphlet from 1933, is cleverly disguised as an owner’s manual for an Electrolux vacuum cleaner.
Outside: Vacuum Cleaner- the best is Electrolux!
Inside: From Arson to Lynching- The Rise and Fall of the National Socialist Bell
"Adama Czerniakowa dziennik getta warszawskiego"
wyd. Marian Fuks, PWN, Warszawa 1983, public domain.