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Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate issued to Adrien-Gustava Zelikowski-Guttel (b. November 20, 1908 in Paris), his wife Genevieve (nee Klein) Zelikowski-Guttel (b. June 2, 1910 in Paris) and their children Michele (b. June 16, 1933 in Strasbourg), Jeannine (b. February 24, 1935 in Paris), Jean-Pierre (b. September 26, 1936 in Strasbourg), Yves (b. December 21, 1937 in Paris), Betrand (b. December 1, 1942 in Vichy) and Didier (b. January 27, 1944 in Brout-Vernet) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Switzerland and sent to their residence in Chateau des Morcelles [sic], Brout-Vernet.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 86632

Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate issued to Adrien-Gustava Zelikowski-Guttel (b. November 20, 1908 in Paris), his wife Genevieve (nee Klein) Zelikowski-Guttel (b. June 2, 1910 in Paris) and their children Michele (b. June 16, 1933 in Strasbourg), Jeannine (b. February 24, 1935 in Paris), Jean-Pierre (b. September 26, 1936 in Strasbourg), Yves (b. December 21, 1937 in Paris), Betrand (b. December 1, 1942 in Vichy) and Didier (b. January 27, 1944 in Brout-Vernet) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Switzerland and sent to their residence in Chateau des Morcelles [sic], Brout-Vernet.

M. Zelikowski was an educator in the strictly observant OSE children's home, Chateau des Morelles. The entire family escaped to Switzerland. Adrien, Genevieve, Bertrand and Didier arrived in Switzerland on July 5, 1944. Jean and Yves arrived on April 14, 1944, and Michele and Jeannine arrived on April 28, 1944.

Date
1944 February 08
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Enrico Mandel-Mantello
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Record last modified: 2010-05-06 00:00:00
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