Miriam Rosenthal papers
Consists of pre-war photographs of the extended family of Miriam Schwarcz Rosenthal of Komarno, Czechoslovakia, wartime photographs of Miriam Rosenthal, including a photograph of her 1944 wedding to William Rosenthal in Hungary and post-war photographs of her son, Leslie, who was born while Miriam was imprisoned in the Kaufering subcamp of Dachau. Mrs. Rosenthal became pregnant immediately before her deportation to the concentration camp, managed to hide her condition for a while, and eventually was allowed to give birth in order to demonstrate to the Allies that the Nazis were not cruel. Both Miriam and Leslie were liberated from the Dachau concentration camp in 1945. Donor file contains additional information about her pregnancy and the birth of her son.
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Also in Miriam Rosenthal collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Miriam Rosenthal and her family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Consists of nine photographs of children living in the Barbizon children's home in post-war France.
Consists of one postcard sent to Simcha Schwarcz from Mirjam Schwartz (later Miriam Rosenthal) in Budapest, Hungary, in the early 1940s. In the postcard, she notes that Benö has been drafted into a labor battalion.