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Magda Fisgrund Ginsberger and her friends at a masquerade ball.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 04197

Magda Fisgrund Ginsberger and her friends at a masquerade ball.

Vera Fisgrund and her family lived in Pancevo, near Belgrade. Her father, Oskar Fisgrund, was a lawyer with large real estate holdings in town. During the war, their home, the largest in town, was occupied by the Nazi General Von Stockhausen and his staff of 60 soldiers. The Fisgrund family continued to live there for a few months until their deportation. Vera Fisgrund hid in Hungary until the end of the war. All the other family members perished.

Date
1920 - 1939
Variant Locale
Temesvar
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Vera Fisgrund Kende
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Record last modified: 2018-11-21 00:00:00
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