Alfred Herzka papers
Two documents: immediate post-war, issued for Ernestine Schiller [donor's grandmother], stating that she was interned in Theresienstadt concentration camp from October 1942 through her liberation in 1945, documents dated 1945 and 1946, issued in Vienna, Austria, in German.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alfred Herzka
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Also in Ernestine Schiller collection
The collection consists of one scrip and postwar documents relating to the experiences of Ernestine Schiller in the Theresienstadt concentration camp during the Holocaust.
Scrip received by Ernestine Schiller when she was imprisoned in the Theresienstadt concentration camp from 1942-1945. Ernestine was a 75 year old Jewish resident of Vienna, Austria, who was deported to Theresienstadt on October 10, 1942. She was a prisoner in the camp until it was liberated in May 1945. The next year, she left Austria to join her daughter, Berta Herzka, and her family in Santiago, Chile, where they had fled from Vienna in 1940.