Rosenbaum family papers
The Rosenbaum family papers consist of correspondence and documents related to the attempts of Ernst Rosenbaum, who immigrated to England in 1936, to bring his family, one by one, from Germany in 1938-1939. Includes correspondence with family members and immigration officials, testimony regarding Kristallnacht, and a preprinted postcard sent from Theresienstadt (Terezin) in 1944 sent to one of the Rosenbaum's cousins. Also includes an autograph album with entries mainly dating 1906-1908 but also an entry written by Eva Rosenbaum prior to joining her father in England. Includes information regarding Ernst Rosenbaum's problems establishing a business in England, and the difficulties Jewish refugees encountered in England during World War II.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Collection, Gift of Eva Abraham-Podietz
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