- Contains an identification photograph of Helen Danner, who was persecuted by the Nazis because of her faith as a Jehovah's Witness, was taken in May 1945.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ruth Danner
- Collection Creator
- Helene Danner
Helene Danner was persecuted because of her faith in Jehovah's Witness. She was first deported on January 28, 1943 and taken to Kochlowitz Labor Camp, then on April 5th, 1943 to Gleiwitz Camp, then on June 2, 1943 to Schwientochlowitz Camp, then on October 26, 1943 to Frankestein Camp, then on February 16, 1944 to Wolfsdorf Camp. From February 19 to March 17, 1945, she was forced to walk 249 kilometers. On April 20, 1945 she was liberated in Steinfels.
- Identification photographs.
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Keywords & Subjects
- Holder of Originals
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- The photograph was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Ruth Danner in 1992.
Created by unknown photographer, circa May 1945.
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- 2023-02-24 14:11:20
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Also in Danner family collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of the Danner family during the Holocaust, who were persecuted as Jehovah's Witnesses. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of an identification card issued to Jacques Danner [donor's father] in Metz, France, and identifying him as a Jehovah's Witness and three photographs of Jacques Danner, Augustine Danner [donor's mother], and Ruth Danner.