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Herbert Klaber collection

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    Contains documents, correspondence, and photographs illustrating the donor's early life in Borken, Germany, and later experiences in the Netherlands, where his parents sent him for school and to avoid persecution in the late 1930s, and where he eventually physically went into hiding to avoid deportation. Includes the last letter of his parents Max and Regina Klaber, stating that they are being sent to "Theresin" [sic]; also included are a Dutch Jewish identification card issued to Herbert as well as his report cards, which he buried while he was in hiding.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Herbert Klaber

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2008 by Mr. Herbert Klaber
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