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Zoltan Hertz collection

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    The Zoltan Hertz collection consists of a paper, interview transcript, and digital interview regarding the Holocaust experiences of Zoltan Hertz (born Hercz), originally of Nyirbator, Hungary. The paper, entitled "The Story of Zoltan Hertz: The Holocaust and How I Made It", was written by Mr. Hertz's grandson, Nathanial Rodgers and describes Mr. Hertz's childhood, memories of being interned in the ghetto, deportation to Auschwitz and later to Mauthausen, Linz, and Melk, liberation, and reunification with family members. Also includes an oral history interview and transcript with Mr. Hertz conducted in the spring of 2011.
    creation:  2011
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Nathaniel Matthew Rodgers

    Physical Details

    1 digital file.
    1 folder
    System of Arrangement
    The Zoltan Hertz collection is arranged in a single series.

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    Conditions on Access
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    Conditions on Use
    The donor, source institution, or a third party has asserted copyright over some or all of these material(s). The Museum does not own the copyright for the material and does not have authority to authorize use. For permission, please contact the rights holder(s).

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    Administrative Notes

    Nathaniel Rodgers donated his grandfather's story to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2011. He completed this paper and oral history interview as a high school senior project.
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