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Letters 1938 to 1945

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    Consists of a book, written and edited by Susanne Sommer, entitled "Letters 1938 to 1945: The Grunwalds' Journey from Oppression to Freedom." The book mainly consists of copies and transcriptions of the correspondence between Max and Marga Grunwald of Berlin, Germany, and Paul and Jean Lewinson, of Arlington, Virginia. The Lewinsons were the American sponsors of the Grunwald family who traveled from Germany to the Philippines where they remained for two years before arriving in the United States in 1941. Also includes copies of correspondence between the Grunwalds and other family members.
    The Grunwalds' journey from oppression to freedom

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    Publications. Letters.
    1 folder

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    Susanne Sommer donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Mar. 4, 2005.
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