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Feige Gitl Senft collection

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    Contains documents issued in Nonatola and Modena, Italy; Geneva, Switzerland; and later in Israel to Feige Gittl Senft (donor's mother), born on December 24, 1925 in Stettin, Germany. Fanny Senft was one of 120 children from Germany and Austria smuggled into Yugoslavia, and later among 43 children transferred to Nonatola and who, in September 1943, crossed the border into Switzerland. They stayed there until the summer of 1945, when they immigrated to Palestine. Fanny’s parents and three siblings were murdered and one brother, Akiva, born August 22, 1927, reached Palestine in 1941.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Osnat Zwick Rosenfeld In memory of Hersh and Lusia Senft and their children: Lea, Abraham and Wolf. In memory of Fanny Gitl Senft Zwick

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017 by Adi and Osnat Zwick Rosenfeld, daughter of Feige Gittl Senft.
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