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Liza Kotler Katz papers

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0229

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    Contains identification cards, affidavits, personal narratives, and correspondence relating to Liza Kotler Katz (born in 1908), her husband, Yudel Kotler, their son, Szmerek (Stanley) Kotler, and their lives in Wilno, Poland, and ghettos and concentration camps during World War II. The bulk of the materials contain information about Liza Kotler Katz's claims for restitution against the Bayerische Landesentschaedigungsamt for the death of her husband.
    inclusive:  1946-1971
    Collection Creator
    Liza K. Katz
    Liza Kotler Katz (b. 1908, Munich, Germany - ) is a survivor of the Vilna and Lida ghettos and Riga-Kaiserwald and Stutthof concentration camps.

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    1 folder

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    Nathan Katz donated the papers to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1997.
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