Form : Paper : Printed, Typed : Ink : off-white, black, blue ; Ht: 29,4 cm x W: 21 cm
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March 30, 1954
2 pages, two-sided. The form was printed and typed-in and penciled-in. The document states that Max Mondschein was confined in the following camps: Buchenwald, Germany (1939-09 to 1942-11), Auschwitz, Poland (1942-11), the I.G. Farben chemical industry in Buna, Poland (1942-12 to 1944-12), Ellrich, Germany (1944-12 to 1945-04) and Oranienburg, Germany (1945-04) Narrative: Max Mondschein was born in Husiatyn (Austro-Hungarian Empire, later Poland, today Ukraine) on 1908-03-16. He moved to Vienna (Austria) early in life. On 1939-09-11, Max Mondschein was deported to the Buchenwald concentration camp as a political prisoner. He was transferred to Auschwitz on 1942-10 where he received the Prisoner Number: 68 585. He was transported to Buna to serve as forced laborer for the I.G. Farben chemical industry from 1942-12 to 1944-12. From 1944-12 to 1945-04, he was confined in a camp near the town for Ellrich, Germany. He was used as forced laborer in the Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg concentration camp in 1945-04 and was liberated on 1945-05-02. After the war, he lived in a Displaced Persons Camp in Germany where he met his wife Renia Maszenberg. He came to Canada in October 1947 and settled in Montreal.