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Peter Mittler memoir

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    Description
    Consists of the first chapter, entitled "Childhood," of the memoir of Peter Mittler, originally of Vienna, Austria. In the memoir, 27 pages, Dr. Mittler describes his memories of the Anschluss. Kristallnacht, antisemitism in Vienna, and his experiences as an eight-year-old on a Kindertransport to England, leaving 11 January 1939. He reunited with his parents in England in the spring of 1939, and describes their efforts to become Anglicized. He also records biographical narratives of his parents, Gustav and Gertrude Mittler, and of other family members, some who passed away before World War II, some who perished in the Holocaust, and some who became refugees and survived the war.
    Date
    publication/distribution:  2009
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Peter Mittler

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    Extent
    1 folder

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    Provenance
    Peter Mittler donated this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on 19 Oct. 2009.
    Record last modified:
    2023-12-26 14:31:45
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