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Diary of Mrs. Paul Wolf

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1995.A.0485

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    Consists of one typed, bound, and translated copy of the memoir of Mrs. Paul Wolf, which was written in diary-form. In the memoir, which describes the period between March 19, 1944 and January 18, 1945, Mrs. Wolf described the German invasion of Hungary, the takeover by the Arrow Cross, the bombing of Budapest, and the Russian liberation of the city. Includes handwritten and typed notes at the end of the memoir.
    inclusive:  1944 March 19-1945 January 18

    Physical Details

    English Hungarian
    1 folder

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    Paul Wolf donated a copy of his wife's memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum with the assistance of the Sarasota Manatee Jewish Federation in May 1991.
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