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Julius Kohn letter

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    Contains a letter from Julius Kohn, of Vienna, dated July 25, 1939, sent to Mrs. Sedonia Kohn in New York, seeking an affidavit that would allow him and his family to immigrate to the United States. Mr. Kohn did not know Mrs. Kohn, and likely wrote to her because of the shared last name. Ultimately, Mr. Kohn did not receive an affidavit and he and his family were deported to Maly Trostenets in 1942, where they were killed.
    creation:  1939 July 25
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Robert L. Miller
    Collection Creator
    Julius Kohn
    Julius Kohn (1878-1942) was a baker who lived in Vienna, Austria. He was deported, along with his daughter, Anneliese, to Maly Trostinec in 1942, where both were murdered on May 26 of that year.

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    1 folder

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    Keywords & Subjects

    Personal Name
    Kohn, Julius.

    Administrative Notes

    The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Robert L. Miller in 2013.
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