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"For My Children": Rebecca Atsmon memoir

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    Consists of memoir, 59 pages, which relates to the life of Rebecca Atsmon, born in Lvov. She was taken to a work camp in 1941, which was under the command of Oberkommando der Wehrmacht Kitner who treated them very well. He warned her family of the liquidation of the ghetto in 1943 and aided them in their escape to Germany with Gentile papers. She worked in Germany until the liberation in 1945 and traveled to the Landsberg displaced persons camp.
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Rebecca Atsmon
    Collection Creator
    Rebecca Atsmon

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    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Rebecca Atsmon donated her memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Dec. 2003 through CAHS scholar Claudia Schoppmann.
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