This haggadah, used to celebrate the first Passover after the fall of Nazi Germany, April 15–16, 1946, was issued under the auspices of the United States Third Army with the guidance of its chaplain, Rabbi Abraham J. Klausner. It was used for Jewish survivors living in Displaced Persons Camps in Germany. The text is in Hebrew and Yiddish, surrounded by illustrated borders. It was prepared by Yosef Dov Sheinson, a survivor of the Kovno Ghetto. The woodcut illustrations were made by Miklos Adler (“Ben Benjamin”), a Hungarian survivor. While the Passover story retells the Exodus of the Israelites from oppression in ancient Egypt, this haggadah uses images that retell the parallel suffering and killing under the Nazis. For this reason, it is often called “The Survivors Haggadah.” The cover of the haggadah is imprinted in red, white, and blue, with the letter “A” inside the letter “O,” the insignia of the United States Third Army of Occupation.