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Viktor Szabo papers

Document | Accession Number: 1994.A.0006 | RG Number: RG-10.081

Contains information about the persecution of Viktor Szabo during the Holocaust; his imprisonment at and release from Dachau; his attempted immigration to Palestine; and his eventual murder by the Germans in Yugoslavia. Documents include: three letters written from Dachau by Viktor Szabo (15 and 29 Jan. and 26 Feb. 1939); Telegram addressed to Elisabeth Szabo, dated 28 Jul. 1945, from Fridrik Pops; letter to Elisabeth, dated 29 May 1946, from American Federation of Jews from Central Europe; Power of Attorney signed by Viktor Szabo and dated 17 Feb. 1939; a certificate from 1938 showing Viktor Szabo served in the armed forces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; an official Yugoslavian document confirming the death of Viktor Szabo; and a typescript narrative written by Nelly Ullman.

inclusive:  1939-1970
1 folder
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:38:17
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