Watercolor of the cabin interior where a Jewish family found refuge
- Artwork Title
- Here we were freed, Cabin Interior, Tatra Mountains, October 1944 - March 1945
1944 October-1945 March
Tatra Mountains (Slovakia and Poland)
- Object Type
Landscape painting (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Leon Rozenbaum
Small watercolor of the interior of the cabin in the Tatra Mountains where the Pollak family found refuge after fleeing German occupied Hungary from October 1944 until March 22, 1945, when they were freed.
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Also in Erno Sternlicht and Hugo Pollak families collection
The collection consists of four drawings, correspondence, and documents relating to the experiences of Erno Sternlicht and his family and Hugo Pollak and his family in Hungary during the Holocaust.
Date: 1941 July-1945 March
Small watercolor of the cabin in the Tatra Mountains, built with help from others, by the Pollak family and where they found refuge after fleeing German occupied Hungary from October 1944 until March 22, 1945, when they were freed.
Small watercolor of a cabin where the Pollak family stayed for two nights while fleeing German occupied Hungary for the Tatra Mountains in October 1944.
Small watercolor of a woodcutter's cabin where the Pollak family stayed while fleeing German occupied Hungary for the Tatra Mountains in October 1944.
Collection of documents and correspondence relating to the Sternlicht and Pollak families including postcards from Erno Sternlicht (donor's late wife's grandfather) to his son in Hungarian Labor Battalions, dated July - September 1941; Aryanization document of the business of Hugo Pollak transferred to Josef Zabka, dated October 17, 1941; a letter written in Budapest in August 1944; and other documents relating to the family.