Advanced Search

Learn About The Holocaust

Special Collections

My Saved Research

Login

Register

Help

Skip to main content

Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate issued to Imre Vidor (b. 1896 in Nagykanizsa), his wife Alojzia (nee Draskowits) Vidor (b. 1897 in Komarvaros) and their daughters Erszi (b. September 9, 1925) and Gabriella (b. November 26, 1923) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Nagykanizsa.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 91911

Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate issued to Imre Vidor (b. 1896 in Nagykanizsa), his wife Alojzia (nee Draskowits) Vidor (b. 1897 in Komarvaros) and their daughters Erszi (b. September 9, 1925) and Gabriella (b. November 26, 1923) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Nagykanizsa.

Gabriella Vidor lost her Jewish mother 1926 at the age of three. None of her close family survived, except for her Christian stepmother (born Alojzia Draskowits), the woman in the middle. Her sister Erzsi (1925-1944) was deported to Auschwitz where she perished. Her father Imre Vidor (1897-1945) died as a slave laborer in Hildesheim shortly before Pessach in March 1945. Gabriella survived by hiding in a hospital in Budapest. She married 1947 Imre Rothschild in January 1947 Imre Rothschild (1909-1995). The document was sent from her aunt Rosa Buchwald from Zürich, Switzerland.

Date
1942 September 30
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Enrico Mandel-Mantello
Expand all
 
Record last modified: 2013-01-15 00:00:00
This page: https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/pa1170221