Berliner and Jacobs families collection
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Miriam Jacobs Sulfaro
Collection of documents and photographs documenting the experiences of the Berliner and Jacobs families during the Holocaust. Contains photographs (136), with some pre-war, but majority dating from 1945-1947 and showing Holocaust survivors living in or near displaced persons camps in Germany and Austria (Bergen Belsen, Mittenwald, Berchtesgaden, and Salzburg). Also contains a displaced persons identification card and certificate issued to Aranka Berliner, with the latter showing that she worked as a liaison officer with the Allied authorities at the Belsen camp, post-liberation, 1945; a Romanian certificate, from the Comitetul Deportatiilor din Romania, dated September 1945, stating that Aranka Berliner, originally of Abasar (then Hungary) had been a prisoner at Bergen Belsen and was liberated by British forces in April 1945; and a wedding certificate for Rozsi Berliner, originally of Abasar, and Jozef Jakobovits, a baker, originally from Nove Mesto, Czechoslovakia, stating that they were married at a displaced persons camp in Bad Salzschlirf, July 1947. Also contains a copy of a residence permit for Rozsi (nee Berliner) Jakobowitz, from the city of Offenbach/Main, December 1946.
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