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Sachs family collection

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1998.A.0286

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    Contains documents about Inge M. Rosenthal's escape to Germany on a Kindertransport, letters from Alfred and Margarete Sachs (1939-1943), deportation notice for Alfred and Margarete Sachs, death notice for Alfred and Margarete Sachs, documents related to Max and Herta Moser's emigration from Germany to Shanghai, transcribed letters from Carl Heinrich Mayer, and 21 black-and-white photographs. An accretion to the collection includes four photographic postcards taken of German soldiers during World War I. Some of the postcards were written by Jewish soldier Alfred Sachs, who is depicted on the front of the postcards. Mr. Sachs perished in Auschwitz during the Holocaust. Also includes images of a Jewish soldier named Rosenthal and of groups of soldiers.

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    7 folders

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    Administrative Notes

    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received this collection from Inge M. Rosenthal on June 18, 1998. This collection relates to the experiences of Inge M. Rosenthal and her family.
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