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Béla Ingber family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2017.643.1

The collection consists of correspondence and photographs documenting the Holocaust-era experiences of Béla Ingber, originally from Munkács, Hungary (now Mukacheve, Ukraine) as a forced-laborer in Hungary during World War II and as a Jewish refugee in Italy from 1945-1947. Correspondence includes postcards to Béla while he was a forced-laborer from his father Kálmán Ingber in Munkács, and post-war letters from his brothers Jóska, Miki, and Oli and his sister Libu. Photographs include depictions of pre-war family life, Béla and his brothers in the Czech Army, Béla as a forced-laborer in Hungary, and Béla and his wife Marika Leiner after the war in Italy. Also included are Béla’s displaced persons identification papers and a personal narrative about his wartime experience.

inclusive:  1928-1963
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jeff Ingber
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 14:25:14
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