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Robert Holczer papers

Document | Accession Number: 1997.97 | RG Number: RG-10.331

The papers consist of a Hungarian forced labor pass and a Swiss "Schutzpass." The papers include two identification cards issued to Róbert Holczer and Lajosné Holczer Kornelia Oestreicher [donor's mother] to verify their status as clinic workers in Budapest, Hungary. The medical clinic was established at the behest of George Ara Jereczian (Jeretzian), a member of the Arrow Cross. Jereczian gathered a group of Jewish doctors together after the arrest of Admiral Horthy in October 1944 and promised to save them in exchange for their promise to relate his good deed after the end of World War II. The clinic was established in a large apartment buidling at Zichy Jeno St. 1. Holczer became the clinic's messenger boy; his mother became an untrained nurse.

Date
1942-1944  (inclusive)
Language
Hungarian
German
Genre/Form
Passports.
Extent
2 folders
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Record last modified: 2017-06-08 11:40:13
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