Alois Moser papers
Alois Moser is a Jehovah's Witness and a survivor of 6 years in Nazi concentration camps.
The testimony and timeline were written by Alois Moser from recollections of his own experiences during the Holocaust. The date of completion was presumably in the 1980s.
Contains information about Alois Moser's experiences as a Jehovah's Witness during the Holocaust. Moser describes his persecution as a Jehovah's Witness, his imprisonment in several camps including Mauthausen, and the various types of camp inmate markings (triangles and badges) that he encountered in the camps. Also included is a timeline that traces Moser's travels as a prisoner from April 1939 through May 1945.