Stefan and Frederike Deutsch family papers
Consists of documents and correspondence regarding the immigration attempts of the Deutsch family of Breslau, Germany, consisting of Stefan and Frederike (Frida) Deutsch and their children, Margot, Martin, Erwin and Gerda. The correspondence relates to the immigration of Martin, and later of Kurt and Margot Deutsch Prinz to the United States in 1938, the immigration of Stefan, Frieda, and Erwin Deutsch to Bolivia after being released from Buchenwald in 1939, and the failed immigration attempts of Heinz and Gerda Deutsch Schottlaender, who perished in the Holocaust with their infant son, Denny. Includes English language translations completed by Margot, Martin, and Erwin Deutsch.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Susan Shear
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Also in Stefan and Frederike Deutsch family collection
The collection consists of two World War I German badges, correspondence, and documents relating to the experiences of Stefan and Frederike (Frida) Deutsch and their children, Margot, Martin, Erwin and Gerda, originally from Breslau, Germany, before, during, and after the Holocaust in Germany and the United States.
World War I Iron Cross awarded to Stefan Deutsch for bravery in combat while serving in the German Army.
World War I wound badge awarded to Stefan Deutsch for injuries sustained while serving in the German Army.