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Fanny Freund collection

Document | Accession Number: 2016.131.1

Collection of documents and certificates documenting the experiences of Fanny Freund (b. 1923 in Tarnopol), before during and after the Holocaust. Collection includes a certificate stating that Fanny Freund was liberated by the British Army from the Belsen concentration camp, dated December 14, 1948; an IRO processing card issued to Fanny Freund, November 1949, with photo of bearer attached; blank registration card; Arbeitskarte (work card) issued for "Maria Chrestschenko" (Fanny Freund's false identity), photo of bearer attached, issued January 27, 1944; a deposition stating that Fanny Freund used the false identity Maria Chrestschenko for fear of being persecuted for being Jewish, dated September 13, 1945, in Polish; a US Certificate of Naturalization issued to Fanny Freund, November 9, 1955; a photo album titled "Gottingen" containing black and white photographs mounted on pages, includes images of UNRRA staff, family and friends, dated 1944-7 in Polish; envelope with newsletter from ship General Sturgis during Fanny Freund's journey to the United States, dated February 1950, in German

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Elain Silus
Record last modified: 2023-08-25 09:52:45
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