Mendel Awerbuch papers
Consists of two identification documents for Mendel Awerbuch (also spelled Averbuch), one from the Polish Consulate in Brussels confirming his Polish citizenship, and the other from the town of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, permitting Awerbuch to stay in that town and confirming he had formerly been a prisoner at Buchenwald, both documents dated 1945. Includes four photographs of men and women, including Awerbuch, on a street in post-war Belgium; some wearing old concentration camp uniforms. Also includes passport-sized photos of a different man, with addresses in Paris and in Israel.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Neil Auerbach
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