Laure Grandmaison Najman collection
Contains seven documents relating to Laure Grandmaison Najman's work to hide Jews in her guest house in Brussels, Belgium, during World War II. Included are three requests to Laure Grandmaison from internees at Kaserne Dossin (Malines), who she had previously sheltered at her hostel, asking her to send foodstuffs and clothing to them in the camp, 1942-1943. Also included is a receipt from the "Aide aux Israelites Victims de la Guerre, Sectino Enfance," 1946, showing the receipt of payment of 500 francs for the housing of Marion Adler in the month of March-April 1946; and an oath signed by Laure Najman, 1958, in the compensation case of Arnold Brucker, testifying to his experiences in Belgium during the German occupation, when Najman (Grandmaison) maintained a hostel that sheltered several Jews; as well as two original pages from the guest register at Najman's pension in Brussels, showing the names of Jewish guests, including Najman's future husband, Samuel.
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