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Matias Morgenstern papers

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    Contains an International Brigades Military Booklet issued to Matias Morgenstern on December 9, 1937, upon his induction into the XIII Brigade, in the reserve battalion, 2a company; a certificate, dated February 11, 1939, issued in Perpignan, France by the League of Nations, stating that Matias Morgenstern was placed in the camp St. Cyprian; a certificate, dated March 13, 1946, issued by the Repatriation Committee in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan, to Matias Morgenstern and his daughter Lida, born in 1942; and a certificate, dated March 13, 1946, issued by the Repatriation Committee in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan to Estera Bronia Knopf, daughter of Ozjasz.
    inclusive:  1938 October-1942 August
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Pastor Winkler

    Physical Details

    Polish Russian
    1 folder

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    Geographic Name
    Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan)

    Administrative Notes

    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2010 by Anna Winkler.
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