Testimony : Paper : printed, handwritten : Ink : beige, black ; Ht: 26,9 cm x W: 20,7 cm
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March 29, 1947
2 pages. One-sided. The document is a written testimony made by Germaine Wagon for Ida Wolnowicz. The witness writes about the equipment and furniture removed by German soldiers from the Wolnowicz's house. Narrative: Ida Wolnowicz was born in Paris on 1925-04-20. She was the daughter of Szypa Wolnowicz (b. 1894-10-03 in Warsaw, Poland) and Rojza Goldmann (b. 1892-09-20 in Kaluszyn, Poland). Her parents and her brother Lejb Nuta Wolnowicz were arrested in Paris on 1942-07-16 and sent to Drancy internment camp (France). From there, they were deported to Auschwitz (Poland) on 1942-07-22 where they were killed. Ida Wolnowicz survived the Holocaust and came back to Paris where she married Uszer Kaszemacher and adopted Jacques Kaszemacher.