Veronika Blau papers
Consists of an identification card, with an attached photograph, issued in Timisoara, Romania, on 27 March 1945, to Irma and Vera Bajza (Veronika Blau and her mother) by the Relief Committee in Timisoara for the International Red Cross. It attests to the fact that they were of "Jewish origin," were used as slave laborers by the Germans, and were liberated by the Red Army;.
1945 March 27
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Also in Veronika Blau collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Veronika Blau and her family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains information regarding notification of donor's stepfather that family was killed in the Holocaust; certificate verifying donor's mother's work status; and card notifying donor's mother when she can leave her house in the morning and evening. Photographs of donor's mother are attached to certificates.
Consists of a black and white photograph of Irma Bajza, the donor's mother, holding her young daughter Veronika. The inscription on verso: "Veronika Bajza/Mrs. Irma Bajza/I am with my/mother in 1945."