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Berlin, Germany, A photograph of a woman named Trudel, 1912.

Yad Vashem

Yad Vashem


  • Title: Berlin, Germany, A photograph of a woman named Trudel, 1912.
  • Location: Berlin,Germany, Sweden
  • Subject Keywords: Women , Prewar period
  • Origin: ציפורה שר- שלום , ציפורה שר-שלום
  • Name of submitter: ציפורה שר- שלום , ציפורה שר-שלום
  • Description: Erna Erika Schultz's albums: FA 362, FA 363, FA364, Personal documentation. Schultz converted to Christianity and during the war lived under a Christian identity. No further details are available. Johanna Brieger-Goldensohn's album: FA 365, personal documentation. Goldensohn, who was born in Berlin, immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1933, but went back to Europe and stayed in Sweden during the war. Margot Koerbel was born in Schildberg, Czechoslovakia, and survived Theresienstadt, Auschwitz and Freiburg.
  • Credit: Yad Vashem
  • Collection: Yad Vashem Photo Archive, Yad Vashem Photo Archive
  • Archival signature: 7340/6 , 7340
  • Album item no: 4033234
  • Album Title: Three albums owned by Erna Erika Schultz; one album owned by Johanna Brieger-Goldensohn, 45 additional photographs in envelopes; and two photographs owned by Margot Koerbel.

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