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Mieczyslaw Cegielski papers

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    The papers consist of letters from Zofia Cygielsztrajch to her brother Mieczyslaw Cegielski during her stay in a military hospital in Lublin, Poland.
    creation:  1944
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mieczyslaw Cegielski
    Collection Creator
    Mieczyslaw Cegielski
    Zofia Cygielsztrajch
    Mitch (Mieczysław) Cegielski (pen name Mark Jakobson) was born to a Jewish family in Warsaw, Poland. After the Holocaust, he immigrated to the United States and settled in Nebraska.
    Zofia (Zosia) Cygielsztrajch was born in Warsaw on January 13, 1925. She lived in the Warsaw Ghetto and survived the mass deportations in the summer of 1942. In February of 1943 she escaped from the ghetto and hid at the home of Mr. Stasiak. She remained in hiding until she was liberated in September 1944. She was hospitalized from September 20, 1944 until her death on November 7, 1944. She died of consumption in Lublin, Poland.
    [source: donor letter, 5-20-92]

    Physical Details

    1 folder

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    Geographic Name
    Lublin (Poland)

    Administrative Notes

    The papers were donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Mieczyslaw Cegielski in 1991.
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