Frieda and Max Reinach diary
Contains a handwritten diary by Frieda and Marcus (Max) Reinach. Frieda and Max Reinach kept a diary in Berlin from September 1, 1939 to October 29, 1942, until the time they were sent to an unknown concentration camp. The diary describes the Jewish family life under the Nazi Government. The donation also includes an English translation, a short history how the diary reached the USA, and three photographs of the Reinach family members: Ilana Schwartz with her mother, Ilana Schwartz with her father and the grave site of Ilana's mother's aunt, Berta. Berta, who had childhood polio and was wheelchair bound, was the only Holocaust survivor of the Reinach family. Berta had been the subject of medical experimentation during the war.
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