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"Max Adler: From Germany to America, 1926-1939"

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    Consists of one memoir, 6 pages, entitled "Max Adler: From Germany to America 1926-1939," by Max Adler. In the memoir, Mr. Adler describes the history of his family and the Jewish community in his hometown of Bad Mergentheim, Germany. He describes antisemitism in the 1930s, his memories of Kristallnacht, and leaving on a Kindertransport to the Netherlands in January 1939. Mr. Adler's parents were able to immigrate to the United States in May 1939, and he joined them there in February 1940.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Albert Giambalvo

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    1 folder

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    Albert Gaimbalvo donated the memoir of his late friend, Max Adler, to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on April 4, 2009.
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