Hans Posner papers
The Hans Posner papers consists of letters written by Fanny Leschziner Posner and her friend Nils Davidsson, in Berlin, to Hans Posner in Uppsala, Sweden; nineteen photographs depicting Hans Posner and his family in Beuthen, Germany, (now Bytom, Poland) and Dresden, Germany, before he left Germany on a Kindertransport for Sweden; eighteen photographs depicting Hans Posner's life in the Tullgarn children's home in Uppsala, Sweden during World War II; a photograph of the Tullgarn children's home in Uppsala, Sweden; and an article, written by Klaus Tarnowski, the donor's friend and fellow refugee, in 1940, about the children's home.
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Also in Hans Posner collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Hans Posner. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of letters from Fanny Posner donor's mother and her boyfriend, Nils Davidson, in Berlin, Germany, to Hans Posner and his brother, Manfred Posner, in Sweden as well as letters from the Jewish Refugee Board in London, England, the Vereingung der Verfolgten des Nazi Regimes [Alliance following the Nazi Regime] in Germany, and the Sonderstandesamt [Special Registry Office] in Germany.