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Duda family papers

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 2002.3

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    Contains 18 documents pertaining to the Holocaust experiences of Adam Duda in Pawiak, Majdanek, Flossenbürg, his service with the Polish Guard Units for the American Occupation Army, and work for the IRO as a driver and metal-polisher. Other documents contain information about Janina Duda that include her work card from Warsaw and a letter from the War Relief Service National Catholic Welfare Conference IRO Resettlement Center to the Bavarian Offices for Compensation indicating that Mr. Duda has obtained a work contract in America and requesting that Adam and Janina Duda's request be taken care of immediately.

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    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received these papers from Janina Dudas in Jan. 2002.
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