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The destruction of the Salonica Jewry

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1988.A.0091 | RG Number: RG-03.008.01

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    Contains information about the German occupation of Salonica (Thessalonikē), Greece; the establishment of a Jewish quarter in Salonica; and the deportation of nearly 70,000 Greek Jews from Salonica.
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    Rosa M. Miller
    Rosa Miller is a native of Greece and a former member of the Jewish community of Salonica (Thessalonikē), Greece. She witnessed the deportation of nearly 70,000 Greek Jews from Salonica before fleeing to Athens, Greece, with her family. She left Greece in 1953. Miller presently resides in Silver Spring, Md.

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    Miller, Rosa.

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    Rosa M. Miller
    The essay was written by Rosa Miller in 1972. It was translated into Portugese by a friend of Miller's and published in a magazine in Rio de Janiero in 1973. English and Portugese versions of the essay were sent to Yad Vashem by the Israeli Consul General in Rio. A copy of the essay was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Miller in Aug. 1988.
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