Helen Kulka Fanta collection
The Helen Kulka Fanta collection contains material related to Helen Kulka Fanta, a Jewish secretary from Prague who was deported to Theresienstadt by the German authorities in 1942. She was later imprisoned at Auschwitz, Neuengamme, and Bergen-Belsen before being liberated in 1945. The collection consists primarily of identification forms, references, and other forms of verification documenting Helen Kulka as a refugee and concentration camp survivor. A diary written during her time at Bergen-Belsen is included as well. Other material includes poems collected and written, notes, and music sheets.
The Helen Kulka Fanta collection contains primarily documents relating to the identification and verification of Helen Kulka as a concentration camp survivor and refugee. Included in the collection are a birth certificate, identity cards, references, curriculum vitae, certificates of identity, displaced persons verification, and copies of her passport. A diary, kept by Helen Kulka while incarcerated at Bergen-Belsen, accompanied by translations, are also in the collection. Other items are music sheets and poems collected by Helen Kulka Fanta.
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ann-Margaret Frija
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