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Kingdom of Hungary 20 filler coin acquired by a Hungarian Jewish youth and former concentration camp inmate

Object | Accession Number: 2012.409.5

Hungarian 20 filler coin dated 1941 acquired by Ladislav Glattstein presumably during the war. Ladislav, 18, and his family lived in Munkacs, Czechoslovakia (Mukacheve, Ukraine), which was annexed by Hungary in the fall of 1938. In 1942, Ladislav was conscripted into a Hungarian forced labor battalion. He was sent to Nagybana labor camp, and, in 1944, to the Ukraine and Balf labor camp. In January 1945, Ladislav was transported to Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria, and in March, via death march to Gunskirchen subcamp. The camp was liberated by the US Third Army on May 5, 1945. Ladislav's father Julius and his sisters, Edith and Klari, were deported to Auschwitz in May 1944; only Edith survived. Ladislav emigrated to El Paso, Texas, with the assistance of his maternal grandparents and uncles in June 1946.

Date
1941  (issue)
Geography
issue : Budapest (Hungary)
Language
Hungarian
Classification
Exchange Media
Category
Money
Object Type
Coins (lcsh)
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the family of Larry A. Gladstone, M.D.
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Record last modified: 2018-01-11 14:25:17
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