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Berger, Flescher and Tepper families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2016.309.1

Collection of documents, correspondence, photographs, photo albums, passports and certificates documenting the experiences of the Berger and Flescher families during the Holocaust era. Hella Berger fled Germany to the US in 1938 with her two sisters. Sam Flescher fled Vienna after the Anschluss to Holland, and was able to get a visa to the US. He joined the US Army in 1942. His brother Henry, survived multiple concentration camps. The brothers were reunited in September 1945 when Sam returned to Europe as a member of the occupied forces. Includes Nazi propaganda publications that Lester Tepper brought home after his military service with the US Army during WWII.

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ruth Flescher Tepper
Record last modified: 2022-11-28 09:29:10
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