Physical Description: 10 pages
Max Koppelmann's older son, Alexander Kopelmann, was tried and sentenced as a communist in Berlin in 1937, and at the end
of his sentence in 1942, was killed in Mauthausen. Note on page one: "The following is an account of the fate of Max Koppelmann's
oldest son, Alex, as far as I--Gabrielle Kopelman--know it either by my own recollections, by way of hearing about it from
my parents, or from the memoirs of Max Koppelman. MK's two original manuscripts of his memoirs, one in Russian, one in German,
are now in the Slavonic Department of the NY 42 Street Public Library. In 1962, Alex's family in Israel published a small
book of Alex's letters from prison, in the original German and in Hebrew. I have a copy, and so does the Leo Beck Institute."
Includes embedded photograph. File name: alex_recollections_etc.doc