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Document stating that Hela Frank, a resident of Bergen-Belsen DP camp, was a concentration camp prisoner, number 48632.

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    Document stating that Hela Frank, a resident of Bergen-Belsen DP camp, was a concentration camp prisoner, number 48632.
    Document stating that Hela Frank, a resident of Bergen-Belsen DP camp, was a concentration camp prisoner, number 48632.  

This document served as a temporary passport, giving Hela permission to leave the DP camp and travel to Warsaw to look for family.  It also distinguished her from a repatriate, permitting her to return to the British zone of Germany after her trip to Poland.

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    Document stating that Hela Frank, a resident of Bergen-Belsen DP camp, was a concentration camp prisoner, number 48632.

    This document served as a temporary passport, giving Hela permission to leave the DP camp and travel to Warsaw to look for family. It also distinguished her from a repatriate, permitting her to return to the British zone of Germany after her trip to Poland.
    Date
    1945 August 13
    Locale
    Hanover, [Prussian Hanover; Lower Saxony] Germany
    Variant Locale
    Hannover
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Rachel Rotsztajn Roth

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Rachel Rotsztajn Roth
    Source Record ID: Collections: 1997.A.329

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    2004-07-15 00:00:00
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