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Berger family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2015.509.1

Photographs and documents illustrating the experiences of Herman Berger (b. 1901 in Nadworna, Poland) and Ethel [Etka] Berger (b. 1902 in Stanislawow, Poland) who placed their child Meyer in hiding during the Holocaust, then they evaded the Nazis through the rest of the war. After the war ended, they returned to where their son was in hiding, only to find out that he had been denounced and did not survive. Contains identification cards issued in Bielsko, Poland and La Paz, Bolivia, where the family went in the early 1950s; photographs of Herman, Etka and Meyer pre-war and wartime, and of Herman, Ethel and their daughter Felicia, who was born in 1946.

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1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Felicia Berger Sturzer
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Record last modified: 2018-12-28 16:03:28
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