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The Margules children wearing Jewish badges. Originally from Warsaw, the Margules family settled in Paris in the 1930s. Three of the children were deported and killed in 1942. Only one daughter (pictured at the bottom right) survived the war.

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    The Margules children wearing Jewish badges. Originally from Warsaw, the Margules family settled in Paris in the 1930s. Three of the children were deported and killed in 1942. Only one daughter (pictured at the bottom right) survived the war.
    The Margules children wearing Jewish badges.  Originally from Warsaw, the Margules family settled in Paris in the 1930s.  Three of the children were deported and killed in 1942.  Only one daughter (pictured at the bottom right) survived the war.

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    The Margules children wearing Jewish badges. Originally from Warsaw, the Margules family settled in Paris in the 1930s. Three of the children were deported and killed in 1942. Only one daughter (pictured at the bottom right) survived the war.
    Date
    1941
    Locale
    Paris, [Seine] France
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Mirka Margules Weinberger

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Mirka Margules Weinberger

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    Record last modified:
    2004-08-17 00:00:00
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