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Perlberger family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2006.115

Consists of color photocopies related to the Holocaust experiences of Claire Perlberger-Untermans and her sons, Martin, Jacques, and Ralph Perlberger, originally of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Perlbergers were imprisoned in Westerbork and were able to escape being transported east for the majority of the war. On February 1, 1944, the Perlbergers were sent to Bergen-Belsen, and in April 1945, the family was placed on a transport east, now known as "The Lost Transport," which was liberated by the Russian Army on April 23, 1945 near Troebitz.

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