Michael Kutz memoir
Contains a handwritten memoir, in Yiddish, illustrating Michael Kutz's experiences during the Holocaust in Poland. Born in 1930 in Nieśwież, Poland, Michael survived a mass execution and escaped. After seeking some refuge in the home of his father's friend, he joined the Jewish Partisans participating in anti-Nazi activities and survived WWII. The memoir became the basis for the book "If, By Miracle" (Toronto: The Azrieli Foundation, 2013).
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michael Kutz
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Also in Michael Kutz collection
Collection includes photographs, documents, negatives and scrip as well as a memoir. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Piece of Allied Military Currency issued in 1943.
Piece of currency issued in 1939.
Contains photographic prints and documents illustrating the experiences of Michael Kutz in pre-war Nieśwież, Poland, and post-war Italy where he settled after his 1944 liberation until his immigration to Canada in March 1948.