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    Consists of a black book illustrated with black-and-white photographs of Nazi leaders and propaganda events. It also contains forms pertaining to family genealogy and personal history, which have not been filled out. In tissue paper, book contains one triangular cloth patch and one b&w photograph of a woman feeding geese, dated 1958.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Joanna Bergez

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    1 folder

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    Joanna Bergez donated the collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Sep. 30, 2003. She obtained it from an uncle, Ernest Parks, who obtained it from the original owner's sister, Elizabeth Flaucher, in Germany in the late 1950s. Ernest Parks was a US Army officer stationed in Germany and befriended Ms. Flaucher, who gave him her brother's book upon his departure. The original owner, Hans Flaucher, had been killed during the war.
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