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Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate made out to Miksa Muller (b. January 16, 1913 in Galanta), his wife Sarolta (nee Fuchs) Muller (b. November 20, 1912 in Szenc) and their children Arnold (b. February 6, 1937), Sandor (b. April 23, 1938), Henrick (April 4, 1939), Rosa (b. August 3, 1940) and Ignatz (b. October 2, 1941) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Szenc.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 90106

Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate made out to Miksa Muller (b. January 16, 1913 in Galanta), his wife Sarolta (nee Fuchs) Muller (b. November 20, 1912 in Szenc) and their children Arnold (b. February 6, 1937), Sandor (b. April 23, 1938), Henrick (April 4, 1939), Rosa (b. August 3, 1940) and Ignatz (b. October 2, 1941) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Szenc.

Miksa Muller Miksa was the brother-inl aw of Mozes Fuchs who requested the certificate for him. Miksa Muller survived the Holocaust and after the war immigrated to the United State and owned a grocery store there in Boro Park. His (wife and children were deported to Auschwitz where they were killed.

Date
1943 February 15
Variant Locale
Szenc
Szempcz
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Enrico Mandel-Mantello
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