Zygmunt Wieczorek collection
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Donna Twardowski
Contains documents, photographs, identity cards, letters, and immigration paperwork for Zygmunt Wieczorek (b. 27 November 1912 in Argemunde, Berlin) who lived in Drążek, Poland. A Roman Catholic who served in the Polish military in Poznan, Wieczorek was captured an interned as a POW in forced labor at Probst shoe factory in Hettstedt, Germany. Includes a postwar letter from the factory owner trying to obtain assistance and detailing conditions in the Soviet Zone in Germany.
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