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Helena Sztajnberg memoir

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    Contains a memoir, 37 pages, regarding the Holocaust experiences of Helen Sztajnberg. She was born in 1919, in Skarzysko Kamienna, Poland. After the German invasion she and her son Jurek were forced into a ghetto, where she attempted to obtain false papers as Helena Andrzejczak. She traveled from town to town throughout the war and was liberated in April 1945. Her parents and brothers perished in Treblinka and her husband was murdered by Poles after the war.
    1946 July 11

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    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received this memoir from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Art and Artifacts branch on May 14, 1999. Yoram Shaaf, the son of Helena Sztajnberg donated this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Art and Artifacts branch.
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