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Simon Jeruchim papers

Document | Accession Number: 2001.328.41

The Simon Jeruchim papers include postwar correspondence among Simon and his siblings; Jeruchim family photographs including 20 photographs that Simon Jeruchim used in his January 2004 "First Person" interview at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Jeruchim’s 4-page 1949 immigration journal in French titled “Histoire d’un voyage qui commence à la gare de Lyon"; and his 58-page typed memoir with computer illustrations entitled “Hidden: The Jeruchim Family Saga in France and Under the Nazi Occupation” in English describing his family’s pre-war life in France, the rise of Nazi power in France, his parents’ arrest and subsequent deportation to Auschwitz where they perished, his and his siblings survival in separate hiding places in Normandy, their reunification after the war, and their immigration to the United States.

inclusive:  1930-circa 2011
bulk:  1930-1956
11 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Simon Jeruchim
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:01:23
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