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Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0362

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    Consists of an untitled chapter of a memoir, 22 pages, written by Klara Molnar, regarding her experiences at Auschwitz. She describes her memories of the reaction of neighbors to being rounded up and taken to the brick factory at Budakalász, Hungary, in July 1944, and her experiences on the train to Auschwitz. The chapter ends as she arrives at the camp. Also includes a poem by Klara Molnar about the Holocaust and a photocopy of a four-page essay entitled "The Punishment" about the beating of prisoners at Auschwitz in September 1944. Klara's daughter, Edit, translated the material.
    undated:  circa 1980

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    1 folder

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    Edit Molnar donated a copy of her writings to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1994, with the assistance of her daughter, Klara.
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