Dotsch family papers
The papers contain correspondence, documents and photographs concerning the Dotsch family during the Holocaust in the Netherlands, Germany, and Czechoslovakia. The papers primarily pertain to Carla Levinsohn-Dotsch, youngest of three daughters, all placed in hiding, who was denounced and transported to Westerbork, Bergen-Belsen, and Theresienstadt concentration camps. In Theresienstadt she was adopted by the Boas family, with whom she was liberated, but was later reunited with her birth family. Also includes photographs documenting the Dotsch family in the Netherlands during the Holocaust.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Carla Levinsohn-Dotsch
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