Pajama set owned by a Czech Jewish girl who escaped on a Kindertransport
Clothing and Dress
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alice Masters
Pajama top and pants, and bag belonging to Alice Ebserstark who, with her sisters Ella and Josephine, escaped Czechoslovakia in 1939 on a Kindertransport to England arranged by Nicholas Winton.
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Also in Alice and Peter Masters collection
The collection consists of pajamas, an autograph book, correspondence, documents, drawings, and photographs relating to the experiences of Alice Ebserstark and her family during the Holocaust in Czechoslovakia and Great Britain and after the war in Great Britain and the United States. It also contains documents on the German Army collected by Peter Masters when he served in the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps in the UK and 3rd Troop 10th Commando in France and Germany. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Notebook cover belonging to Alice Ebserstark who, with her sisters Ella and Josephine, escaped Czechoslovakia in 1939 on a Kindertransport to England arranged by Nicholas Winton.
Collection of documents, correspondence, photographs, autograph books, notebooks, clippings, writings, envelopes, certificates, and other materials that document the experiences of Alice Ebserstark (donor) and her family during theHolocaust. Alice and her sisters Josephine and Ellie were sent on the Kindertransport from Czechoslovakia to England on transports arranged by Sir Nicholas Winton. Also includes documents and information on the German Army collected by Peter Masters (donor’s husband) when he served in the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps in the UK and 3rd Troop 10th Commando in France and Germany, including detailed descriptions of German uniforms, insignia, weapons, and tanks, written and illustrated in English.