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Fuchs and Buchbinder families collection

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    Documents and photographs illustrating the experiences of Sarah Fuchs and Moishe Buchbinder before, during and after the Holocaust. Prewar images of the Buchbinder family in Navaselicza, Czechoslovakia [present day Ukraine], post-war documents including Sarah and Moishe’s Ketubah (Jewish marriage certificate), pre-war images of the Fuchs family in Irholcz, Czechoslovakia [present day Ukraine]. Moishe fled to the Soviet occupied territories where he was arrested and deported to a Siberian prison and later was recruited as a soldier for a Soviet-Czech unit through the end of the War. Sarah was deported in 1944 to Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, transferred to the subcamps of the Buchenwald concentration camp, and eventually liberated by the Russians in Czechoslovakia.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Miriam Wechsler

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    The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Miriam Wechsler in 2011.
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