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Mordechai and Chaya Adler collection

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    Consists of one memoir, 20 pages, in English, written by Chaya Konig Adler, originally of Lubaczow, Poland. In the memoir, she describes her family's experiences in Lubaczow and Zlotchov in the early years of the war, her experiences posing as a Polish girl in Warsaw and the constant threat of being discovered. After the war ended, she reunited with her surviving siblings and married Mordechai Adler. Also includes a copy of a diary and calendar (a luach) written by Mordechai Adler regarding his wartime experiences.
    Collection Creator
    Chaya K. Adler

    Physical Details

    Hebrew English
    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Rivkah Getz donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on May 5, 2006.
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    2023-07-07 10:07:26
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