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Marcel Zauberman collection

Document | Accession Number: 2018.625.1

The collection documents the Holocaust experiences of Marcel Zauberman, originally of Lens, France, who fled German-occupied France and survived the war from 1943-1945 in Hôme de la Forêt, a Swiss boys home in Geneva. Included is Marcel’s Swiss-issued refugee identification document (Flüchtlingsausweis) and photographs documenting his time at Hôme de la Forêt.

The photographs are numbered by the donor and he has provided the following descriptions (descriptions run left to right):
1. Kneeling: Jean Levy-Loeb, Michel Levy-Loeb, Rudolph; Standing: Annie (staff), Leopold, Victor (staff), Simon Pravidlo, Raymond, 1944
2. Camping trip to Versoix. Marcel Zauberman, Isidore Ménachie (also referred to as Bouboule)
3. Isidore Ménachie, Pierre Vuifleret (educator), Marcel Zauberman, May 1945
4. Raymond, Marcel Zauberman, May 1945
5. Raymond, Rudolph, Michel Levy-Loeb
6. Marcel Zauberman, Jean Levy-Loeb, 1946
7. Pierre Vuifleret (staff), May 1945
8. Marcel Zauberman, Michel Levy-Loeb, Isidore Ménachie, Rudolph, Raymond, Versoix, 1946
9. Hôme de la Forêt
10. Rudolph, May 1945
11. Jean, Isidore Ménachie (Bouboule), Michel, Rudolph, Raymond, Marcel Zauberman, Vesoix, 1944
12. Isidore Ménachie, Marcel Zauberman, Rudolph, Pierre Vuifleret, Michel Levy-Loeb, unidentified, Jean Levy-Loeb
13. Michel Levy-Loeb
14. Unidentified, Raymond, Isidore Ménachie (Bouboule), Rudolph, Michel Levy-Loeb, Marcel Zauberman
15. Michel Levy-Loeb, May 1945
16. Raymond, May 1945

inclusive:  1943-1950
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Marcel Zauberman
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 14:33:15
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