"Prefaces, Conclusions and Dedications" is the subject of Diana Mara Henry's paper to be presented at sixth international conference on ‘Beyond Camps and Forced Labour: Current international research on survivors of Nazi persecution’, be held at Birkbeck, University of London, and the Wiener Library, London, 10-12 January 2018.
DMH presented in 2016 at the 5th Global Conference on Genocide International Network of Genocide Scholars. C5 at the Hebrew University, Jerusalemon "Fighting Jews of the KLNA"
and abouut "Children at the KLNA" at the third international multi-diciplinary conference on ‘Children and War: Past and Present’, PANEL 36: Holocaust: Ghettos and camps (II) organised by the University of Salzburg and the University of
Wolverhampton, in association with the UN Office of the Special
Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict.
Call Me André has been purchased by Juedisches Museum, Muenchen; the Wiener LIbrary, London; and are in the collections of the Mémorial de la Shoah and Yad Vashem in digital form as well as at the Centre de la Résistance et de la Déportation at Natzweiler, at Beit Lohamei HaGhetaot and the Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation at Besançon; the US Holocaust Memorial Museum has set up a collection of documents about André and The WIdener LIbrary at Harvard has purchased two advance copies of this book.
French National Office of Veterans and War Victims
In these photos, made by British intelligence when André was secretly brought over to England from France in the second year of World War II, André was given several disguises-in case he was picked up by the Nazis for questioning.
His SIS number was MI6 agent 44921.
André sent copies of these photos back to his sister Mady in the US and thus we have a record of the kind and clairvoyant face with which he surmounted incredible obstacles in the course of spying on the Germans and eventually surviving three concentration camps, Natzweiler-Struthof, Allach and Dachau.