Janine Sokolov memoir
Testimony, three pages, handwritten. Account of Janine Gimpelman Sokolov (born Ursula Klipstein) and her life in Frankenhausen and Plauen, Germany, and efforts to emigrate, first to Belgium, where author lived in hiding during war, and then after war to U.S.
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Also in Janine Sokolov collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Janine Gimpelman Sokolov (born Ursula Klipstein) and her family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of 21 photographs and documents relating to Ursula Klipstein (later Janine Gimpelman Sokolov), her life in Frankenhausen, Germany, before World War II, and her experiences in the Kindertransport, at the Kinderheim orphanage in Brussels, Belgium, and in hiding at a convent near Braine-L'Allend, Belgium.