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    Collection of photographs documenting the experiences of Paul and Judith Schneiderman (donor's parents) in the Landsberg Displaced Persons camp immediately following the Holocaust. Both survived multiple concentration camps, and they met and married while in Landsberg.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David Schneiderman
    Collection Creator
    Paul Schneiderman
    Judy Schneiderman
    Paul Schneiderman (1919-2013) was born Pinchas Sznayderman in October 1919 in Kazimierz Dolny, Poland to Chaya and Noah Sznayderman. He had at least three siblings: Israel, Moishe, and Motel. Paul was the survivor of several camps including Buchenwald and Dachau. After the war he met his wife Judith Rosenberg in the Landsberg displaced persons camp. They immigrated to the United States in 1947 and settled in New Jersey.
    Judith Schneiderman (1928-2018) was born Judith Rosenberg on 22 August 1928 in Rachov, Czechoslovakia (Rakhiv, Ukraine) to Yankel and Yetta Rosenberg. She had seven siblings: Suri, Ruchel, Malcha, Frieda, Esther, Chochu, and Abraham. Her family owned a store in Rachov that was confiscated in 1938 by the Hungarian government. Judith was a survivor of Auschwitz and met her husband Paul Schneiderman in the Landsberg displaced persons camp. They immigrated to the United States in 1947 and settled in New Jersey.

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection in 2015, gift of David Schneiderman.
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