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Yosef Yeger collection

Document | Accession Number: 2017.375.1

Contains photographs, copyprints, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and two copies of a manuscript relating to the Holocaust experiences of Alexander Shoni Jeger (donor's father; b. October 30, 1930 near Bacău, Romania). In 1942, his mother, Ettel Leida (nee Katz) Jeger, took her two sons, Sandor and Marton (b. July 12, 1933) to Budapest, where she worked as a cook. In 1944 she was taken to a train station for deportation, but when she fainted she was taken to hospital. Both children were in the ghetto. Ettel and her sons survived.

2 boxes
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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Yosef Yeger
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:04:57
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