Sheindel Trebits Sussman papers
The Sheindel Trebits Sussman papers include a diary, ID card, and photographs relating to Sheindel “Bella” Trebits Sussman’s experiences during the war. The diary begins on July 8, 1945 and relates Sheindel's memories of her hometown of Bácskossuthfalva, Serbia, the German invasion of Hungary in 1944, her deportation to the Bácsalmás ghetto and Auschwitz, working in a munitions factory, and liberation on April 14, 1945. The last entry is dated September 1945. The collection also includes a color copy of the diary and a membership ID for Poalei Agudat Israel issued to Isak Scharf, Scheindel’s first husband. Photographs depict the Trebits family and their relatives, among others, including Sheindel’s brothers, a fellow survivor, Sheindel’s paternal grandfather, Pinchas Trebitz, and a group photograph of members of Kibbutz Poalei Agudat Israel.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sheindel Sussman
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