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Young children study in a classroom at a Jewish school in Kassel, Germany during the Third Reich.

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    Young children study in a classroom at a Jewish school in Kassel, Germany during the Third Reich.
    Young children study in a classroom at a Jewish school in Kassel, Germany during the Third Reich. 

Among those pictured are: the teacher Willi Katz, Dorrith Oppenheim (far left) and Heinz Westheim (fifth horizontal row from the front, right side).

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    Young children study in a classroom at a Jewish school in Kassel, Germany during the Third Reich.

    Among those pictured are: the teacher Willi Katz, Dorrith Oppenheim (far left) and Heinz Westheim (fifth horizontal row from the front, right side).
    Date
    1938
    Locale
    Kassel, [Hesse-Nassau] Germany
    Variant Locale
    Cassel
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Dorrith Oppenheim Sim

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Dorrith Oppenheim Sim

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    Dorrith Sim (born Dorith Oppenheim) is the daughter of Hans and Trudi (Lindenfeld) Oppenheim. She was born December 8, 1931in Kassel, Germany, where her father was a salesman. On July 24, 1939, Dorrith was sent on a Kindertransport to Edinburgh, Scotland. Both of her parents were deported to Auschwitz, where they perished in October 1944.
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