Betty Weissberger Lauer papers
The collection documents the Holocaust experiences of Betty Lauer (born Berta Weissberger), originally of Hindenburg (Zabrze, Poland). Consists of an identity card (kennkarte) issued to Krystyna Zotkos, the false identity Betty used in the Generalgouvernement in September 1942. Also included is a document, dated October 5, 1937, confiscating the property of Oskar Weissberger, Betty's father, who was able to immigrate to the United States, and a good conduct certificate for Berta Weissberger dated January 4, 1939. Also includes a story entitled "Friends 1940-1942" written by Betty Lauer in 1991 about a relationship between Menek and Eva in the Krosno ghetto.
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