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"The Romanian Jews During W.W. II"

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    Consists of one manuscript, 46 pages, entitled "The Romanian Jews During W.W.II," by Neha Weinstein Voigt, originally of Iasi, Romania. In the manuscript, Weinstein describes the history of the Holocaust in Romania, including the destruction of Iasi's Jews. Also includes a folder of clippings and letters regarding Mrs. Voigt's Holocaust experiences and photographs of Mrs. Voigt and of her parents.

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    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Frances Buckley and Dr. Claire Hunter, friends of Neha Voigt and trustees of her estate, donated a copy of this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Feb. 11, 2005, after Mrs. Voigt's death.
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