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Laboschiner family papers

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    The papers consist of 2 documents issued by "Ministere des Anciens Combattants et Victimes de Guerre" in Paris. The first document, along with a second vintage copy of the original, states that Leo Laboschiner [donor's uncle] was arrested in Nice, France, interned in Drancy transit camp, deported August 28, 1942 "in direction of Auschwitz." The second document, also issued by the above-mentioned organization requesting to convey information regarding Leo Laboschiner, was sent to "Madame Oling" [donor's mother], Mr. Laboschiner's sister in New York from Paris.

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    The two documents were issued by the "Ministere des Anciens Combattants et Victimes de Guerre" in Paris on July 23, 1947. The papers were donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on July 30, 1999 by Marion K. Griffith.
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