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Korman and Maizel families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2018.63.1

Contains photographs of the Korman family in Krasnik, Poland, sent to family in the United States before the Holocaust; documents issued by the Committee of Liberated Political Prisoners in Germany, including identification documents issued to Szlama Majzels and Runia Majzels; a driver’s license issued to Szlama Majzels; death certificates for Abraham Korman (Runia’s brother), Kiwa Korman (Runia’s father), Ezril Majzels (Szlama’s father), and Hanna Korman Kucheik (Szlama’s sister), all of whom were murdered in the Budzyn slave labor camp in November 1942; a certificate of eligibility issued to Szlama Majzels; an affidavit stating that Mr. and Mrs. Majzels were both born in Krasnik, Poland and were married there on August 20, 1940, and that their daughter Noma Brucha Majzels was born in Hamburg on March 8, 1947. The collection also includes a photograph of Runia (Josefa) and friend Sara Schechter, Hamburg, c. 1944-1945.

Extent
2 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Frances Maizels Rifkin, in memory of her parents Runia Korman Maizels and Szlama Maizels.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Frances Maizels Rifkin In memory of her parents Runia Korman Maizels and Szlama Maizels,
 
Record last modified: 2020-10-21 11:12:51
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