Videos

Manfred Wildmann Testimony
http://somewereneighbors.ushmm.org/#/exhibitions/neighbors/un3022

Sylvia (Birnbaum) Wildmann Testimony
http://vhaonline.usc.edu/viewingPage?testimonyID=46098&returnIndex=0 

Laura (Wildmann) Kolb Testimony
http://vhaonline.usc.edu/viewingPage?testimonyID=33078&returnIndex=0 
Registration required


Books

Und flehentlich gesegnet: Briefe der Familie Wildmann aus Rivesaltes und Perpignan : judische Schicksale aus Philippsburg 1941-1943 (German Edition)
WildmannManfred and Erhard Roy Wiehn, eds
Hardcover, Hartung-Gorre, ISBN 3896490672 (3-89649-067-2)

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News Articles

Dedication of Philippsburg Jewish Memorial Monument
Stefan Martus and Dieter Haas 
October 22, 2017

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Stories that bind: group offers support to former ‘hidden children’
SF J. Weekly
April 7, 2016

Article about our 2015 visit to Philippsburg
July 10, 2015

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Trimpin’s new work evokes images, survivors’ memories of Holocaust
Seattle Times
May 21, 2012

‘Remain strong so that you will survive’
San Franscisco JWeekly
May 12, 2011

Through a child’s eyes – Menlo Park man’s story of being interned at age 10 is part of ‘The Gurs Zyklus’
Palo Alto Weekly
April 29, 2011

Trimpin previews upcoming show
The Stanford Daily
May 6, 2011

Trimpin’s ‘Gurs Cycle’ revisits the Holocaust in music, words and kinetic sculpture
San Jose Mercury News
May 5, 2011

French Railroad Sued Over Holocaust
San Francisco Chronicle
March 18, 2007

Anonymes, Justes et Persécutés


Museums

The Sylvia and Manfred Wildmann Collection, U.S. Holocaust Museum


Family

The Non-Emigration of the Wildmanns (pdf) by Herbert Kolb, z.l. (husband of Laure Wildmann, z.l.)
The Final Act of Wolkow (pdf)
After the Shoah: The Emigration of the Kolbs
Our Chicken Farm by Herbert Kolb
(large pdf)
Unsere Huehnerfarm
(large pdf)


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