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Portrait of the Guttman family soon after their move to Budapest.

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    Portrait of the Guttman family soon after their move to Budapest.
    Portrait of the Guttman family soon after their move to Budapest.

Pictured are Sandor and Berta Guttman with their children Moncy, Emma, Ettel, Shimon, Miklos and Bela.

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    Portrait of the Guttman family soon after their move to Budapest.

    Pictured are Sandor and Berta Guttman with their children Moncy, Emma, Ettel, Shimon, Miklos and Bela.
    Date
    1935
    Locale
    Budapest, [Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun] Hungary
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Irving and Emma Eisner

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Irving and Emma Eisner

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    Emma Eisner (born Emma Guttman) is the daughter of Sandor and Berta Guttman. She was born in Uzhorod, then part of Czechoslovakia, and had seven siblings. In 1935 the family was forced to leave their hometown because Sandor was a Hungarian Jew. The Guttmans then moved to Budapest, where they lived for the next ten years. Emma's entire family survived the war in Budapest in a safe house secured by the Swedish diplomat, Raul Wallenberg. After the war Emma left for Germany, where she settled in the Pocking displaced persons camp. There she met Ignacz (now Irving) Eisner. They married on February 8, 1949 and one month later left for Israel, sailing on board the Negba immigrant ship.
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