Zygmunt Wieczorek collection
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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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Donna Twardowski
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