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Jewish displaced persons rebury exhumed corpses in a cemetery at Mauthausen one year after the liberation of the camp.

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    Jewish displaced persons rebury exhumed corpses in a cemetery at Mauthausen one year after the liberation of the camp.
    Jewish displaced persons rebury exhumed corpses in a cemetery at Mauthausen one year after the liberation of the camp.

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    Jewish displaced persons rebury exhumed corpses in a cemetery at Mauthausen one year after the liberation of the camp.
    Date
    1946
    Locale
    Mauthausen, [Upper Austria] Austria
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Joseph & Rachel Greenfield

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Joseph & Rachel Greenfield
    Source Record ID: Collections: RG-19.059
    Second Record ID: Collections: 1999.A.0029

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    Biography
    Josef and Rachel (Bunis) Gruenfeld (later Greenfield). Josef was born on February 13, 1919 in Dabie, Poland. After surviving several concentration camps, including Mauthausen, he worked for the 331st U.S. Infantry Division performing various tasks, among them photography. In 1946, Gruenfeld met and married Rachel Bunis (b. Kowal, Poland) in the Braunau displaced persons' camp. Josef took extensive photographs in Braunau, Ebelsberg, Ranshofen, Steyr, Bindermichl, and Muenichholtz before immigrating to the United States in February 1949. Their son David Schlama Greenfield was born February 3, 1947 in the Braunau displaced persons camp.
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