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Studio portrait of Lieselotte and Philip Freund.

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    Studio portrait of Lieselotte and Philip Freund.
    Studio portrait of Lieselotte and Philip Freund.

    Overview

    Caption
    Studio portrait of Lieselotte and Philip Freund.
    Photographer
    Max Reid
    Date
    Circa 1939
    Locale
    Munich, [Bavaria] Germany ?
    Variant Locale
    Muenchen
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Philip S. Freund, Photo by Max Reid

    Rights & Restrictions

    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Philip S. Freund
    Source Record ID: Registry 210591
    Second Record ID: Registry F-202102

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    Biography
    Philip Freund and his sister, Lieselotte, were born in Munich, where they lived until they emigrated in 1939. Their father, a travelling salesman already living in Amsterdam, committed suicide. The children and their mother and grandmother were passengers on the MS St. Louis. After the ship returned to Europe, the Freunds were admitted to England. They lived in London until the war broke out and then moved to Yelverton. There, they lived in a hotel for a few months until they secured papers to immigrate to the United States. The family set sail for New York in December 1939 on the SS Pensack.
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