Nathan Chorowicz documents
Collection of documents owned by Nathan Chorowicz (donor’s father) dating from the time period surrounding the Holocaust. These documents were found inside of a brown wallet that his family located after his death. Included are three post-war identification cards identifying Chorowicz as a former prisoner who had been held in concentration camps (Buchenwald, and one card identifying him as having been at Dachau), one provisional Belgian identification card identifying him as a former political prisoner (1947), one Belgian repatriation card (May 1945) for Natan Chorowicz, and two postcards, one sent by his father, Abraham, from Golleschau, a sub-camp of Auschwitz, in October 1943, and another sent by Nathan, from Jawischowitz, in June 1943. Both were sent to friends in Brussels, via the Association des Juifs en Belgique.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michael and Debi Caron
Record last modified: 2021-05-25 15:11:31
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