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Blima Sicherman papers

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    Contains documents concerning Blima Sicherman, born in Breslau, Germany [present-day Wroclaw, Poland] in 1905. Includes a Polish postwar passport issued in the Czech Republic and documents for vaccination, immigration documents, and translations attesting to Blima's internment in the Auschwitz concentration camp and then "Brnenc" [Brunnlitz] concentration camp, where she survived due to the actions of Oskar Schindler. From there, Blima went to Sweden and immigrated to the United States. Her husband, Oskar Sicherman and children [names unknown] did not survive the Holocaust.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Judith Sobel

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    1 folder

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    Holocaust survivors.

    Administrative Notes

    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2016 by Judith Sobel, who is related to Blima Sicherman by marriage.
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