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Ilse Dahl letter

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    The mimeographed copy of a letter was written by Ilse Dahl (former roommate of donor's aunt) in France to Charlotte Hackett (donor's aunt) in England and describes the journey of the ship, "Flandre," to Cuba. It is entitled, "Die Cuba-Reise der 'Flandre,' am 16. Mai 1939."
    1939 May 16
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Grunebaum

    Physical Details

    1 folder

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    Corporate Name
    Flandre (Ship)

    Administrative Notes

    The letter was sent by Charlotte Hackett to her brother (donor's father) and was discovered by Ernest Grunebaum while going through his late father's papers. Ernest Grunebaum donated the material to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1991

    Written by Isle Dahl (former roommate of donor's aunt) to Charlotte Hackett (donor's aunt), May 1939, France.
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