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Dos Tog Buch fun David Rubinowicz

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn47521
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Book : printed, bound, photography : beige, black, green, red ; Ht: 20,6 cm x W: 15 cm
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Book : printed, bound, photography : beige, black, green, red ; Ht: 20,6 cm x W: 15 cm
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
1960
Créateur
-
État
Good
Language
Yiddish
Polish
Notes
136 pages printed book, bound with paper and staples. There is a dustjacket over the cover, beige with the title printed in black block text at the top and green hand-written text throughout the front and back cover; there is a red horizontal line printed about 3/4 down and going 3/4 across the front cover. The cover of the book is plain beige, with a red stamp on the bottom left corner (see inscriptions). The interior pages are beige with black text, photographs and photo-copied documents. Narrative: These memoirs describe the persecution of the Jewish people during World War II. The diary was written in school notebooks between March 1940 and June 1942. They show how Dawida's childhood was interrupted by the German occupation and the increasing persecution they faced. His notebooks were found after the war and have been published in many languages – the Polish edition was published in 1960 and 1987.
No d'acquisition
1998.51.01
Vedettes de noms
Koper, Joseph
Access géographique
Warsaw, Poland, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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David Kropveld

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75139
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper : b&w
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  2 images  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper : b&w
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
[Prior to 1940]
État
Good
Notes
B&W portrait with white border. Portrait of David Kropveld as a boy, wearing a suit and tie. Narrative: Portrait of the donor, David Kropveld. David Kropveld was born on January 3, 1918 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. David took up boxing as a young man and participated in competitions. In July 1940, David and his father joined the White Brigade resistance group in the south of France, passing as non-Jews. In October 1942, David was arrested while smuggling war-related information between occupied and Vichy France. He was tortured for ten days before being released. He was reunited with his father in Brussels, but the two were arrested by Gestapo officers one week later. They were incarcerated for three months and deported to Auschwitz concentration camp. Father and son wore the badges of political prisoners and were selected for the slave labour camp of Monowitz, where they stayed for about five days prior to being transferred to Treblinka. In Treblinka, David witnessed his father’s murder at the hands of a guard. In the fall of 1944, a guard recognized David as a boxer he had admired and had him transferred back to Auschwitz and Monowitz in December 1944 to compete boxing matches against other prisoners. In December 1944, David managed to escape the death march with a few iother prisoners. He was rescued shortly after and brought to a hospital until his health improved. No members of his family survived the war. In the summer of 1945, David met his wife. In 1947, the couple emigrated to Cuba, and in 1950, to Montreal where David began a successful career as a butcher.
No d'acquisition
2011X.23.01
Vedettes de noms
Kropveld, David
Access géographique
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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David Frischmann

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75207
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Postcard : Paper : Ink : Black, White, Green, Red ; Ht: 13 cm x W: 9 cm
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  2 images  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Postcard : Paper : Ink : Black, White, Green, Red ; Ht: 13 cm x W: 9 cm
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
March 1913
État
Good
Language
German
Notes
The front of the postcard shows a portrait picture of D. Frischmann, who is wearing glasses, and has a mustache. On the back is a stamp from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire with a portrait of Kaiser Franz Joseph, worth 5 Heller. David Frischmann, also known as David Frishman (1859, Poland-1922, Berlin) was a poet, essayist, storyteller, critic and journalist, one of the first major writers of modern Hebrew literature. Narrative: This postcard was written by Bernhard Kissman (Donor's father) to his fiancee Fritzi Winter (Donor's mother) who lived at that time with her parents in Tescheutz, Bukowina. They got married in July 1913. Bernhard Kissman worked at various places in forestry. Postcards between them were written daily, often a letter followed.
No d'acquisition
1990.111.107
Vedettes de noms
Lisak (Kissman), Thea
Access géographique
Romania, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Star of David Juif

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn47727
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
object
Collation
Yellow star badge : woven, printed : yellow, black
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
object
Collation
Yellow star badge : woven, printed : yellow, black
Autre information pour le titre
Personal Symbol
Dates ultimes
1939-1945
État
Good
Language
French
Notes
Rectangular cloth printed with a black six pointed star of David outline. Stuck to a Mylar backing. Narrative: Badge was worn by donor's father. In France, the yellow star was imposed to all Jews over six years old starting June 7, 1942 (in occupied zone) Three stars per person were distributed by French police stations in exchange for one textile ration coupon.
No d'acquisition
2011X.221.02
Vedettes de noms
Link, André
Access géographique
Drancy, France, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Dawidovicz, David - Oral History of a Holocaust Survivor

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn60325
Collection
WITNESS TO HISTORY COLLECTION (MHMC-02)
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
moving images
Collation
02:48:00
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
WITNESS TO HISTORY COLLECTION (MHMC-02)
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
moving images
Collation
02:48:00
Créateur
Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre
Language
French
Notes
David Dawidovicz was born on July 17, 1924 in Lodz, Poland. Soon after, his family moved to Tel-Aviv, Israel, where they stayed until 1931. At that point, they moved to Paris because of endemic poverty in Tel-Aviv. After four years in France, David, his mother and two of his sisters were expelled from France because they were illegal immigrants, unlike David’s father. David remembers the train journey through Germany, seeing lots of swastikas on buildings and on uniforms. He and his relatives spent six months in Lodz. There, David realized that Jews in Poland weren’t as emancipated as Jews in France. Back to France, David attended school until the war began. In 1941 and 1942, he witnessed several roundups. During the Vel d’Hiv roundup of July 1942, he hid in a small apartment with other people. They were able to hide thanks to French policemen who used to warn Jews. David hid for several weeks. He was eventually arrested in August 1942 by French policemen who took him to the offices of the UJF (Union des Juifs français). This organization gave money to the French police to send Jews to work in the Ardennes (a French region) instead of deporting them to Poland. David worked there until January 1944, at which point he decided to escape and join the resistance. He partook in the liberation of Paris. After the war, David took part in a program to de-Nazify the German youth. He lives in Paris to this day.
No d'acquisition
WTH-534
Vedettes de noms
Dawidovicz, David
Access géographique
Lodz, Poland, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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George Ehrman and his brother Charles wearing Stars of David on Prikopy Street

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn60369
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper ; Ht: 5,5 in. x W: 3,5 in.
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper ; Ht: 5,5 in. x W: 3,5 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
1941
État
Excellent
Notes
b&w, white border. Outdoors. Two men walking along a sidewalk. They are both wearing yellow star badges on their coats. People and advertising posters can be seen in the background. Narrative: George (Jiri) Ehrman was born in Strakonice (Czech Republic) on March 8, 1920. He was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt ghetto-camp (Czech Republic) in June 1942. In December 1943 he was sent from the Theresienstadt ghetto-camp to Auschwitz concentration camp (Poland) where his prisoner number was #170128. In July 1944, George Ehrman was sent to concentration camp Schwarzheide, a subcamp of Sachsenhausen, where he received this identification prisoner number.George recalls that he was made to build bunkers and repair damages after Allied air raids. From April 4, 1945 to May 5, 1945 George was part of a death march from Schwarzheide camp toward Theresienstadt ghetto-camp. He was with his brother Charles (Karel) during the march. Mr Ehrman believes that from their hometown, only him and his brother Charles (Karel) survived the Holocaust. George Ehrman immigrated to Canada and settled in Montreal.
No d'acquisition
2011X.57.01
Vedettes de noms
Ehrman, George
Access géographique
Prague, Czech Republic, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Jewish men wearing armbands with Star of David

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn51290
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper : Black, White ; Ht: 5 in. x W: 7 in.
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
Photograph : Paper : Black, White ; Ht: 5 in. x W: 7 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
1939
État
Good
Language
Yiddish
Notes
B&w. Outdoor. Group of 10 men wearing suits, with a Star of David arm band on. Narrative: Taken in Szczebrzen Ghetto (near Lublin). Yankl Dym (donor’s husband) is second from left with beard. Donor belives these men ended up being killed in Belzec killing centre.
No d'acquisition
2011X.112.01
Vedettes de noms
Dym, Frieda
Access géographique
Szczebrzeszyn, Poland, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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David Wolffsohn

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn51392
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Postcard : Paper : Ink : Black, White, Red ; Ht: 13 cm x W: 9 cm
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  2 images  
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Postcard : Paper : Ink : Black, White, Red ; Ht: 13 cm x W: 9 cm
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
March 20, 1913
Créateur
-
État
Good
Language
German
Hebrew
Notes
The front of the postcard shows a portrait picture of David Wolffsohn. Wolffshohn (1856-1914) was a Lithuanian-Jewish businessman and second president of the Zionist Organization from 1905 to 1911. Narrative: This postcard was written by Bernhard Kissman (Donor's father) to his fiancee Fritzi Winter (Donor's mother) who lived at that time with her parents in Tescheutz, Bukowina. They got married in July 1913. Bernhard Kissman worked at various places in forestry. Postcards between them were written daily, often a letter followed.
No d'acquisition
1990.111.130
Vedettes de noms
Lisak (Kissman), Thea
Access géographique
Romania, Europe
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Archival Descriptions
Dépôt d'archives
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Group Photo, Betty Ginsberg, Victor Goldbloom, Eugene Reisman, Arthur Pascal, and Mrs. Pascal, David and Mrs. Metrick, Hannukah Event, Temple Emanu-El, Montreal

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn88059
Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
1 photograph : 19 x 13 cm ; b&w
025120
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
1 photograph : 19 x 13 cm ; b&w
Dates ultimes
February 22, 1984
No du pièce
025120
Emplacement de stockage
PC
Créateur
Jack Markow
Vedettes de noms
Markow, Jack
Vedettes-matières
Temple Emanu-El -- Montreal (Quebec)
Temple Emanu-El-Beth Shalom (Montreal, Quebec)
Goldbloom, Victor.
Pascal, Arthur.
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
Dépôt d'archives
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Group photograph, Henry Kaufman, McGill principal David L. Johnston, Dr. Richard Cruess, Dean of McGill faculty of medicine, followship recipient Dr. Axel Fauser seated, see notes, Montreal

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn87601
Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
1 photograph : 18 x 13 cm ; b&w
025135
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
graphic material
Collation
1 photograph : 18 x 13 cm ; b&w
Dates ultimes
[between 1981 and 1994]
No du pièce
025135
Emplacement de stockage
PC
Notes
"At a recent McGill University ceremony where he announced the endowman of a Dr. Joseph Kaufmann Memorial Fellowships Fund, Henry Kaufmann, (left), stands with McGill principal David L. Johnston and Dr. Richard Cruess, Dean of the McGill Faculty of Medicine (center and right), with fellowship recipient Dr. Axel Fauser, (seated)"
Vedettes-matières
McGill University (Montreal, Quebec)
Medicines.
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Jewish Public Library Archives
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