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Lore and Simon Rosen family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2018.575.1

Identification documents, military records, immigration documents, postcards, and photographs documenting the Holocaust-era experiences of Lore (née Baron) and Simon Rosen, both of whom survived in England. Documents include is Lore’s 1939 Kindertransport identification card, British Army pay books and Soldier’s Release Books, Simon’s British passport, documents related to the Rosen’s immigration to Canada from Israel in 1954, and a copy of Simon’s relative Edna Rosine’s immigration paperwork to Liverpool, England in 1918. Also included are postcards of Malemort-sur-Corrèze, France, where Lore’s mother Paula Wollrauch survived the war. Photographs include pre-war photographs of Lore and her mother Paula in Mannheim, Germany, wartime depictions of Lore in her military uniform, and post-war depictions of Lore and Simon in Blackpool, England, Tel Aviv, Israel, and aboard the SS Jerusalem in 1954 on their way to Canada.

inclusive:  1918-1959
bulk:  1939-1959
5 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Peter K. Rosen
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:05:08
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