Corps Auxilliaire Voluntaire Feminin uniform jacket worn by a French woman
Clothing and Dress
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Brenda Holland Hancock and Brenda Holland Scott in memory of their mother Nicole Widerman Holland and the Widerman family
Corps Auxilliaire Volontaire Feminin uniform jacket worn by Nicole Widerman while serving in CAVF during World War II.
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Also in Nicole Widerman family collection
The collection consists of a Corps Auxilliaire Volontaire Feminin uniform jacket, booklets, documents, photographs, and videotapes relating to the experiences of Nicole Widerman and her family in France before, during, and after World War II and in the United States after their postwar immigration.
Documents and photographs relating to the Widerman family. Documents relating to Nicole Widerman's service in the CAVF Corps Auxilaire Volontaire Feminen during WWII. Three souvenir booklets from her comrades, marriage certificate, copy of a letter thrown by Robert Widerman from a train to Auschwitz. Photographs of the Widerman family before the war in Paris, France; Jewish children at a summer camp in Colleville, France; wartime in Marseille; after the war in Paris, France and after her arrival in Texas with her husband Bruce Edward Holland and their two daughters Barbara and Brenda; and surviving Widerman family in France and the US.
Presentation by Nicole Widerman to students at Daingerfield High School