Advanced Search

Learn About The Holocaust

Special Collections

My Saved Research




Skip to main content

Konig and Bressler families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2016.159.1

Contains letters, photographs, and other documents related to the König and Bressler family from Pasieczna and Nadwórna, Poland; includes two letters, one written by Chana, searching for her brother Max and the other recommendation letter from US officer, dated June 24, 1946. Also includes documents and photographs; related to Chaim Nieswiecki (donor’s step-father), who was born in Baranowicze, Poland (now Baranavichy, Belarus) on March 23, 1911, including letters written by the Koenigl family in Pasieczna and Nadworna to their son and brother Max in the USA 1933-1938; false documents issued for the name of Anna Chopta, which Chana Koenigl Bressler purchased from Ukrainian woman in exchange for her house and a plot of land in Nadworna, Poland; documents relating to establishing the death of Josef Bressler, Chana’s first husband, her divorce from her second husband and marriage to Chaim Nieswiecki, in Haifa, Israel in 1959; and photographs depicting Chaya Klara Bressler with her mother, Chana Anna Koenigl Bressler in Germany in 1947.

6 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Chaya Bressler Subar. This gift is made in memory of her father Josef Bressler and her mother, Chana König Bressler
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:04:27
This page: