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Heilborn and Fassberg family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2013.339.1

Consists of documents, correspondence, and a family tree related to the family of Theodor and Recha Bloch Heilborn, originally of Berlin, Germany. Includes family documentation from Germany from 1840-1939, documentation regarding Theodor Heilborn's career as an attorney, being stripped of his position in 1933, and the family's emigration documentation. Also includes extensive correspondence between the Heilborns' only child, Vera, and Harold Fassberg, a member of the American military during World War II, in 1945-1946, while Harold was serving as a member of the strategic bombing survey group. Fassberg is credited with the location and capture of Albert Speer. Vera Heilborn and Harold Fassberg later married.

Date
1840-2009  (inclusive)
Language
German
English
Extent
1 family tree.
Extent
2 boxes
1 document rolls
1 oversize folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the family of Harold and Vera Fassberg
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Record last modified: 2018-08-31 09:43:05
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