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    Pages: circa 153 + 135 + 152 pages (double space) : , partially bound typescripts; illustrations
    Year of publication: 1902-1989
    Keywords: Gurs (Concentration camp) ; Women authors. ; Jewish refugees. ; Concentration camps. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Breslau. ; France. ; Morocco. ; Great Britain. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: In 'Family fragments" Berel tells her nephew the story of her family and esp. of her sister Vera. In the form of letters, poems and photographs she reconstructs the history of the family in Germany, England and the USA. Contains original immigration documents from France, Morocco and the USA. [2 copies, one bound, one unbound]
    Abstract: 'I remember': Letters to author's mother, mostly written in Gurs internment camp; author's experiences in Gurs internment camp and emigration to New York via Nice (translated from German); Account of Berel's private life after her emigration to the USA.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Family Fragments : compiled, written and edited by your mother's sister [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Letters to My Mother (Part I of 'I Remember') [bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: The time of adjustment : The first ten years (Part II of 'I Remember') [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , German , French , See inventory , Synopsis in file
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