Ilse Loewenberg papers
The Ilse Loewenberg papers primarily contain identification papers, imprisonment documents, correspondence, and clippings related to Ilse Loewenberg’s experiences as a member of an underground resistance group and her imprisonment in Berlin, Germany from 1943-1945. Included are a photograph and identification card for her husband Gerhard Grün, government documents related to Ilse’s imprisonment in Berlin, a list of the names of those who helped her hide in Berlin, post-war correspondence, and clippings related to Elisabeth Bornstein receiving the Medal of the Righteous for helping hide Ilse in her house during the war.
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