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Frydman and Nachberg families collection

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    Contains two false Kennkarten used by Moshe and Bella Frydman during the Holocaust; photographs depicting the Frydman and Nachberg families in Krasnik and Janów Lubelski before the war, during the war in the Krasnik ghetto, in Warsaw while hiding on false papers on the Aryan side, in the Budzyn slave labor camp, and after the war in Poland and Germany and on their way to the United States; documents pertaining to the life of Bella and Moshe Frydman while they were DPs in Germany and their efforts to immigrate to the US. Also contains photographs depicting the Frydman and Nachberg families in Krasnik before the war as well as their daughter Lucy Frydman (b. 1940), who was murdered.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of A. Jerry Friedman

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    4 folders

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2013 by A. Jerry Friedman
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