Allerhand and Wohlfeiler families papers
Contains a written testimony by engineer Henryk Yeheskiel Wohlfiler (donor's paternal uncle), describing the process of building the Płaszów concentration camp (dated October 1945 in Kraków, Poland); and a letter written by Dr. Alexander Allerhand (donor's late husband) to Ms. Ewa Koper of the Bełżec Museum, answering her questions related to Dr. Allerhand's deportation and subsequent escape from the transport from Wieliczka to Bełżec in August 1942.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alexander and Karin Allerhand.
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Also in This Collection
Contains photographs depicting the Allerhand family before the war in Krakow; students in the elementary school Alexander Allerhand attended in 1935-1936; portraits of family members sent to Leopold Allerhand while imprisoned in Oflag II-C Woldenburg; and postwar images of the family. Also includes photographs of the Wohlfeiler family before the war in Katowice, and in Krakow after the war; and a wedding photograph of Olek and Krysia Allerband in Krakow on July 15, 1951.