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Adler family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2016.458.1

The Adler family papers document the Holocaust experiences of brothers Denis and János Adler, originally of Szeged, Hungary, and members of their extended families. The collection contains correspondence, biographical materials, immigration documents, restitution claims, and photographs regarding pre-war family lives; Denis’s emigration from Szeged in 1939; János’s conscription into the Hungarian Labor Service that accompanied German troops during the invasion of the Soviet Union, and his subsequent wounding and imprisonment in the field hospital in Alexajewka-Nikolajewka; the imprisonment and forced labor of Eva Adler, her mother Berta Neumann, and Borsca Adler in the Strasshof labor camp, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, and Theresienstadt concentration camp; and post-war immigration to the United States.

inclusive:  circa 1880 September-2003
4 boxes
8 book enclosures
3 oversize folders
1 oversize box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Barbara Adler
Record last modified: 2020-04-21 19:00:45
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