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Lisa Rosenblum letter

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1992.A.0058 | RG Number: RG-10.054.01

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    Letter written by Lisa Rosenblum during her deportation from Drancy to Auschwitz on convoy number 61 in October 1943 informing her family of what was happening and warning against leaving the house. The letter was not delivered to the family until after the war ended. Also included is a translation of the letter.
    creation:  1943
    Collection Creator
    Lisa L. Rosenblum
    Lisa Rosenblum (née Kouchelevitz, 1889-1943) was born in France in 1889 to Haim (1861-1941) and Miriam (1863-1960) Kouchelevitz. She married Henri Rosenblum (1880-1957) and they had three children: Bernard (1910-2004), Paulette (1913-1954), and Edouard (1915-2007). Lisa was arrested in Paris and imprisoned at Drancy. She was later deported to Auschwitz in October 1943 via convoy number 61 where she was killed. Henri and Paulette went into hiding. Edouard fled to Southern France where he also went into hiding. Bernard was in the French Navy and was captured at the Battle of Dunkirk in 1940. Henri and the three children survived the war.

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    Yiddish English
    1 folder

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    The letter was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1992 by Edouard Rosenblum.
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