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Memories of my childhood in the Holocaust

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    Collection contains information regarding Judith Jaegermann's Holocaust experiences in Karlsbad, Germany. Judith describes her experiences at Auschwitz, including the shaving of her head, receiving her tattoo, and the smells and scenes at Auschwitz. and her experiences living in Hamburg, Germany.
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    Judith Jaegermann
    In 1939, Judith Jaegermann and her family fled to Prague, Czechoslovakia. While in Prague, the family was transported to Theresienstadt and remained there for sixteen months before being sent to Auschwitz. Judith and other children were later sent to Hamburg, Germany in order to clean up after the Allied bombings. When the work was finished, the children were transported to Bergen-Belsen where she was liberated by the British.

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    This collection was forwarded to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives by the Resource Center in Mar. 1997. There was no address only an email address so the Deed of Gift could not be mailed. The donor's address was finally received via e-mail in the end of July 1997. See donor file.
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