Dr. Henry J. Zeidler papers
Consists of six documents relating to the Zeidler family: two "Polizeiliches Fuehrungszeugnis" (Police good conduct certificates) issued in Strausberg, Germany, on 10 August 1941, to Martin "Israel" Zeidler and his wife Natalie "Sara" Zeidler (donor's parents) for the purpose of emigration to Cuba;; and documents, 1933, written to Dr. Heinz Zeidler (donor), in Berlin, Germany, by the Prussian Justice Minister and Chamber Court President addressing the issue of the donor being "retired" from the practice of law as well as a request to complete a form attesting to the fact that he had no relatives of Jewish descent.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Henry Zeidler
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Also in Dr. Henry J. Zeidler collection
Contains material donated by Dr. Henry J. Zeidler documenting his family's wartime experiences. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains a letter, in English, dated March 28, 1949, and attested copy, in German and English, dated February 2, 1958, from the Czech Ministry of the Interior confirming that the donor's mother-in-law, Irma Wolff, was deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp July 30, 1942, deported to Auschwitz concentration camp May 15, 1944, and died in Auschwitz May 8, 1945; and an attested copy, dated May 29, 1954, of a certificate of inheritance from the Berleburg (Germany) County Court, in German and dated February 22, 1949, certifying Irma Wolff's deportation and death and listing her two daughters as her beneficiaries.