Leopold Sobel papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Leopold Sobel
Correspondence includes postcards and letters sent by Regina Sobol in Tbilisi, Georgia, USSR to her husband Maksim Leopoldovitch Sobel (donor’s parents) in the Red Army in 1942; postcards and letters written by Maria Laks in Dniepropetrovsk to her brother-in-law, Maksim Sobel in Sumy, Ukraine, USSR; Certificates testifying that Maksimilian Sobel was awarded medals for fighting in WWII and for liberating Warsaw by the Red Army and by the Polish Army; in Russian and Polish; dated 1945; Sport Driving License issued to Major Maksimilian Sobel in Warsaw on June 15, 1948; Memoir written by Maksimilian Sobel regarding his activities in labor union in years 1926-1939; in Polish. In addition, photographs depicting Maksymillian Sobel (donor's father) who served in the Air Force of the Red Army. The photographs show him in 1942 near Stalingrad, in North Caucasus; in Sumy in the Ukraine in 1943; in the town of Tilzhits in July 1945 wearing Polish Army uniform with Soviet military rank of senior technical lieutenant; later in Polish Army uniform and after the war, when Major Maksymilian Sobel served in the Polish Army.
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