Records relating to the Jacob Hennenberg family
Collection includes an article by Jacob Hennenberg concerning a Jewish sports club founded in Oświęcim, Poland, in 1921; photographs showing Hennenberg's family; Hennenberg in concentration clothing shortly after his liberation from Waldenburg (a subcamp of Gross-Rosen); and Hennenberg in a forced labor group of Jewish prisoners from Klettendorf, Germany. Half of one page contains a photograph of a postcard sent from the town of Oświęcim some time during the German occupation; the other, showing a group of young people, is accompanied by a caption that says it was taken at"Auschwitz during the German occupation." Actually, the photo appears to have been taken in a ghetto.
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