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RG-53.01, Documents

RG-53.02, Correspondence

RG-53.03, Photos



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Title: Marie Kaufman Papers, 1930-1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1939 -- 1946

ID: RG-53/RG-53

Primary Creator: The Kaufman Family, 20th century (1900s)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Subjects: Abram Zajdner, Esther Zajdner's brother, Aid and rescue during the war, Aid and Rescue in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945, Aid and Rescue rendered to Jews in France, 1940 -- 1944, Anna Kaufman (nee Zadner), Civil status individual documents, French, Civil status individual documents, the Kaufman Family, France, Documents certifying social and civil status, French citizenship, French Resistance Movement, 1940 -- 1944, Individual military identifications, French, Individual military identifications, Michel Kaufman, France, Kaufman, Helene, Kaufman, Marie, Kaufman, Michel, Kaufman Family, Kaufman family, history, Protection and care for Jews in France, 1940 -- 1944, Protection and care for Jews in Vichy France, 1942 -- 1944, Protection and care for Michel Kaufman in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945, Protection and care for the Kaufman family in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945, Reclamation of French citizenship, Reclamation of French citizenship, Anna Zadner, Reclamation of French citizenship, Michel Kaufman, Rescue and aid in France, 1940 -- 1944, Vichy France (1942 -- 1944)

Languages: French, English

Abstract

This Collection comprises documents with regard to the Kaufman Family history, including official documents and private papers from France and United States, 1940s -- 1960s. It also includes family photographs

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This Collection relates to the family history of Kaufmans in France, during the wartime and postwar period and in the United States. There are also photogrphs of the earlier generations of this family, largely taken in Poland.

Collection Historical Note

This Collection focuses on the wartime period in France and relates the documents with regard to rescue and aid given to the members of the Kaufman family by the French population.

RG-53.01.01: Livret Indiciduel- Draft Card for the Military. It is for Michel Kaufman (Marie’s father?) in which it is stated that he had been dismissed of his active duty in 1950, but is still in auxiliary service. It is a scan of the original document, not a copy.

Language: French

Date: 1 March 1951

Location: Paris, France

Issued by: Ministere de la Guerre (War Department)

Issued to: Michel Kaufman

RG-53.01.02: Family booklet. This booklet is an identification document, which is used as a record of family members. It is issued at the wedding of the parents and must be presented at any births of deaths of family members. It is a scan of the original document, not a copy.

Language: French

Date: 10 November 1945

Location: Milhars, France

Issued by: Departement de Tarn

RG-53.01.03: Certificate of military position. This card was issued to Machel (Michel? Typo?) Kaufman, certifying that he was exempted from military duty. This is a scan of the original document, not a copy.

Language: French

Date: 30 May 1940

Location: France

Issued by: Bureau de Recrutement Polonaise en France (Polish Recruitement Office in France)

Issued to: Machel Kaufman

RG-53.01.04: Certificate of Residence. This certificate was issued to Anna Kaufman (maiden name: Zadner). It is an original document, not a copy.

Language: French

Date: 20 January 1947

Location: Milhars, Tarn, France

Issued by: City Hall of Milhars

RG-53.01.05: Translation of the Declaration Concerning the Reclamation of French Citizenship. It is in regard to Marie Kaufman and was pursued by her parents. It is an original document.

Language: English

Date: 1 March 1957

Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Issued by: Los Angeles, Ca

Issued to: Oscar N. Meyer, Notary Public

RG-53.01.06: Three records of salary. The first is a record of amount earned by Michel Kaufman at the Lexos Cement Factory from 15 September 1944 until the end of the year. The second documents the whole of 1945. The third documents 1 January until the 15 September of 1946. It also contains information about his work history at the factory under Observations on the bottom of the first page, as well as information about his family and background. It is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 15 September 1944- 15 September 1946

Location: Milhars, Tarn, France

Issued by: Societe Lavaziere

Issued to: Michel Kaufman

RG-53.01.07: Personal Register. Photos of registration of Michel Kaufman in the personal register of the Lexos Cement Factory with Marie’s notes about when he worked there. This is a copy of the original documents.

Language: English

Date: 1940-1946

Issued by: Societe Lavaziere

Issued to: Michel Kaufman

RG-53.01.08: Regiment of Foreign Volunteers certificate. Two files. This certificate indicates that Machal Kaufman colunteered to join the Marche des Volontaires Etrangers, a temporary regiment of the French Foreign Legion made up of foreign volunteers during WWII. Also contains a smaller identification card. This is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 21 December 1939

Location: Perpignan, France

Issued by: Premier Regiment

Issued to: Machal Kaufman

RG-53.01.09: Naturalization certificate of Dobra Kaufman. This is a certificate issued to Dobra Kaufman, nee Zadner, of Poland including her date of birth (21 May 1915), her date of naturalization (4 March 1949) and a reference number. This is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 4 March 1949

Location: France

Issued by: Ministere de la Sante Publique et de la Population (Department of Public Health and of the Population)

Issued to: Dobra Kaufman

RG-53.01.10: Naturalization Certificate of Michel Kaufman. The certificate was issued to Michel Kaufman of Lodz, Poland including his date of birth (15 June 1914), his date of naturalization (4 march 1949) and a reference number. This is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 4 March 1949

Location: France

Issued by: Ministere de la Sante Publique et de la Population (Department of Public Health and of the Population)

Issued to: Michel Kaufman

RG-53.01.11: Declaration concerning the Reclamation of the French Citizenship of Helene Kaufman. Two files. This is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 15 March 1948

Location: Paris, France

Issued by: Justice of the Peace of the 20th arrondissement of Paris

RG-53.01.12: Declaration concerning the reclamation of French Citizenship for Marie Kaufman. Two files. This is an original document.

Language: French

Date: 15 March 1948

Location: Paris, France

Issued by: Justice of the Peace of the 20th arrondissement of Paris

RG-53.01.13: ID Card issued to Michel Kaufman. This is an original document. Two files.

Language: French

Date: 1 April 1949

Location: Paris, France

Issued by: Police Headquarter

Issued to: Michel Kaufman

RG-53.01.14:California Driver’s License for Michel Kaufman. This is the original document. Two files.

Language: English

Date: 6 October 1969

Location: Los Angeles, Ca

Issued by: DMV of California

RG-53.01.15: Certificate of Naturalization for Michel Kaufman. This is the original document.

Language: English

Date: 8 February 1957

Location: Los Angeles, Ca

Issued by: The District Court of the U.S. in Los Angeles

RG-53.01.16: Permit to reenter the United States issued to Michel Kaufman for a trip to France. This is the original document.

Language: English

Date: 19 February 1954

Location: Los Angeles, Ca

Issued by: Department of Justice- Immigration and Naturalization Service

RG-53.01.17: Receipt voucher of Declaration Concerning the Reclamation of the French Citizenship for Marie and Helene Kaufman. This is the original document.

Language: French

Date: 24 February 1948

Location: Paris, France

Issued by: Justice of the Peace of the 20th arrondissement of Paris

RG-53.01.18: Marriage License of Anna Zadner and Michel Kaufman. This is the original document.

Language: French

Date: 20 January 1947

Location: Milhars, Tarn, France

Issued by: City Hall of Milhars, Tarn

RG-53.01.19: Marriage Certificate of Anna Zadner and Michel Kaufman. This is the original document.

Language: French

Date: 10 November 1945

Location: Milhars, Tarn, France

Issued by: Deparment d Tarn?

RG-53.02: Correspondence (only one file)

RG-53.02.01: Post cards written by Marie Kaufman’s grandmother to her mother from the Sokolow Podlaski Ghetto, congratulating her on the pregnancy with Marie. It is an original document.

Language: Yiddish

Date: 1941-1942

Location: Sokolow, Podlaski Ghetto, Poland

Issued by: Sokolow Podlaski Ghetto, Poland

Issued to: Marie Kalinski

RG-53.03: Photos

RG-53.03.01: Photograph of Abram Zajdner. Two files. He is the brother of Marie’s mother. Abram is about 15 years old and wearing his organization (youth) scarf. This is an original photograph.

RG-53.03.02: Photograph of Wolf and Rose Moskovitch, Berre and Fanni Moskovitch, Henri and Jeanette Maraud. Two files. Jeanette lived in Drance and was the child of Wolf and Rose. This is an original photograph.

Date: 28 February 1949

Location: Paris, France

RG-53.03.03: Photograph of Fannie and Berre Moskowitz. Berre was the uncle of Marie’s mother. Two files. This is an original photograph.

Date: 1949

Location: Liege, Belgium

RG-53.03.04: Graduation photo of Marie Kaufman. This is an original document.

RG-53.03.05: Photograph of Marinette (Marie) in school. Two files. She attended the Louis Blanc school in Paris in 1949. This is an original document.

Date: 1949

Location: Paris, France

RG-53.03.06: Photograph of Rozenberg Family, who is related to Hinda Rozenberg, the mother of Michel Kaufman. The Woman in glasses is Mme Leveque, who rescued Marie and Helene Rozenberg. Behind her is Maurice, the father of the girls. Next to him is his wife, Sarah, and next to her is her sister. In front is Helene Rozenberg. This is an original document. It is in five separate JPG files in various formats and with different handwritten descriptions.

RG-53.03.07: Photograph of Christiane Alary, daughter of et Ernest et Paule Alary and sister of Genevieve Alary. This is their first meeting. “Gave me many memories of mothe rand me and her responsibility to give us milk and clothes.” This is an original photograph

Language: English

Date: 22 December 1996

RG-53.03.08: Photograph of two adults and two children in a yard. This picture was taken in front of the house that they lived in, in Milhars. There is an original photo and a copy of it in possession.

Language: English

Date: 1944-1945

Location: France

RG-53.03.09: Photograph of Abram Zadjner, who is the brother of Anna Kaufman. He is posing in front of a navy blue and silver wall that he designed on paper. His portraits and sculptures of family members and himself are also present. There is an original photo and a copy of it in possession.

Language: English

Date: 1935

RG-53.03.10: Photograph of Abram Zadjner painting a portrait of a violinist in Kalicz, Poland. He is about 18 years old in this photo. There is Hebrew script at the bottom of the original photograph. There is an original photo and a copy of it in possession.

Language: Hebrew and English

Location: Poland

RG-53.03.11: Photograph of Hiline Kaufman, Marie’s sister. She is a child. This is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1950

RG-53.03.12: Photograph of a passport shots in 1950 of coming to America.

Language: English

Date: 1950-1951

Location: Paris

RG-53.03.13: Photo of Tzvi, Wolf and Anna in Paris. This is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1939

Location: Paris

RG-53.03.14: Family photograph postcard of Wolf, Tanta Helene and Onkel Jacques. (Some of the caption is not legible). This is an original photograph.

Language: German

RG-53.03.15: Photograph of rows of men and women. The caption is apparently not legible. But in the third row, second from the right is Anna Zadjner and next to her on her right is Baruch. This is an original photo.

Language: English

RG-53.03.16: Photograph of Michel Kaufman with three other people. This is an original photograph.

RG-53.03.17: Photo of Anna at a ball in Paris, when she first arrived. This is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1936-1937

Location: Paris

RG-53.03.18: Photo of Armand, Marie, Helene and Thimory. Thimory’s name is circled?  It is an original photo.

Language: English

Location: France

RG-53.03.19: Photo of Anna and Betszaler in Kalicz, Poland. It is an original.

Date: 1934-1935

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.20: Photo of three people. Their names are on the back of the photo along with the date and photo stamp. This is an original photo.

Date: 20 November 1934

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.21: Photograph of a great-grandmother on “papa’s” side. The child is unknown. It is an original.

Language: English

RG-53.03.22: Family photo. The captions are not legible but it is an original.

RG-53.03.23: Photograph of Anna in a park on vacation. There are 4 lines of caption in Polish. It is an original.

Language: English/Polish

Date: 1934-1935

Location: Busko, Poland

RG-53.03.24: Photograph of two girls with their arms around each other. The stamp on the back is not legible. It is an original.

RG-53.03.25: Photograph of Anna and her mother. There are numbers written in pencil. This photo is an original.

Date: 1935

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.26: Photo of Anna in Kalisz. Again, there are numbers written in pencil. It is an original.

Date: 1935

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.27: Photo of Anna at the Gordonia organization. Anna is at the top left and around age 16. This is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1932

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.28: Photograph of Anna’s sister, Pola. It is an original photo.

Language: English/Hebrew

RG-53.03.29: Photo of Henri’s parents. [taken from original Excel finding aid] “Moskowtz Father’s Anna’s brother- Henri Moskowicz’s father” ? It is an original

Language: English

RG-53.03.30: Photograph of a group of women on a boat holding a flag. The caption is not legible. It is an original photograph.

Date: 1933

RG-53.03.31: Photograph of Ernest and Paule. Family Alary Rescuers. Two children who are Genevieve et Christiane and Ernest “50 aus” and Paule “43 aus”. Marie Alary 1952. Part of the caption is not legible. This is a copy of the original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1952

RG-53.03.32: Photo of Marie Kaufman born on 19 March 1941. She is about 8 months old in this photo. This is before the occupation of southern France. It is a copy of the original.

Language: English

Date: 1941

RG-53.03.33: Photograph of Anna’s stepfather, her stepsister (Bronca Kaliski) and Anna’s mother (Marie Zadjner Kaliski). It is an original photo.

Language: English

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.34: Passport picture. It is the original.

Language: English

Date: 1950

RG-53.03.35: Family photo of parents and two girls, one of whom is holding a ball. The caption reads, “dear sister and brother in law.” It is the original photograph.

Language: Hebrew/English

Date: 1949

RG-53.03.36: Photo of three children (Anna, Marie, Helene)  in a yard in front of a tree. It is an original

Date: 1947

Location: France

RG-53.03.37: Photograph of a woman in a bathing suit. It is the original.

Date: 1949

RG-53.03.38: Photo of Bronka and two other girls. Bronka is on the left and she is about 11 years old. It is an original photo.

Language: English

RG-53.03.39:Photo of a woman walking on the street with a little girl. There are numbers in pencil on the back of the photo. Pola Zajdner Barjrach’s child, Fruma Barjrach around 3 or 4 years old. She is with the woman that worked at Pola’s home and took care of Fruma.

Fruma was born in 1932 or 1933. They lived on Ciasna Street No. 2 in Kalisz, Poland. Pola and her husband were deported but perhaps the woman in the photo took Fruma, because she loved her. There is an original and a copy of the photo in possession.

Language: English

Date: 1936

LocationL Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.40: Photo of Abram Zadjner’s sculptures by a river. There are three busts and one flatter portrait of a man. They are sculpted from sand. There is a copy of this photo as well as the original.

Language: English, Hebrew, Polish

Date: 29 October 1935

Location: Kalicz, Poland

RG-53.03.41: Photo of Armant Zadjner and Marie Moszkowiez. They are Anna’s parents. This is an original photograph.

Language:English

Location: Poland

RG-53.03.42: Portrait of an unidentified man in a sweater and dress shirt. There are no other descriptions about this person or photo except that it is an original copy of it. (looks to be Abraham Zaidner)

RG-53.03.43: Photo of two children, Anna and Abraham. Abraham is on a rocking horse. It is an original.

Language: Polish

RG-53.03.44: Portrait of Tante Fela at age 18. She has a sly look on her face. It is an original photo.

Language: Polish/English

Date: 13 August 1939

RG-53.03.45: Photo of marie Kaufman before she travelled to America. She is a young girl. It is an original photograph.

Language: English

Date: 1949-1950

RG-53.03.46: Photo of Fruma Paula’s daughter in Kalicz. This is Marie Kaufman’s cousin. The photo is an original.

Language: English/Polish

RG-53.03.47: Marie Zadjner Kalinski portrait. Her nickname is “Malka” and she is Marie’s grandmother. There is a copy and an original photo in possession.

Language: English

Location: Poland

RG-53.03.48: Family photo of Marie’s grandparents on her father’s side with Michel Kaufman, their son, and Fela Kaufman, her aunt. Only Michel and Fela survived. Michel was in hiding in France and Fela went to Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. Marie’s brother was in possession of this photo. Michel is 14 here and Fela is 7. The information was written in pencil on the back. There is a copy and original here.

Language: English/Hebrew

RG-53.03.49: Photograph of (from left to right): Marie, Pierrot, Madeleine and Jeannot Andrieu. They are the three children (and one spouse?) of Mr. and Mme Andriew who were 9, 11 and 13 when the Kaufman family were in hiding in Milhars, France. The photo is original.

Language: English

Date:1996

RG-53.03.50: Portrait of Gaston and Helene Andrieu. Mr. and Mme Andrieu in Milhars, France who helped the Kaufman family in hiding. Helene is named after this woman. She is her godmother and helped with her birth on 3 August 1943. It is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: April 1942

RG-53.03.51: Family photograph of Helene, Anna, Abraham and Paula. Original photo.

Language: English

RG-53.03.52: Portrait of Abraham Zaidner with his girlfriend, Fenya Wax. Original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1937-1938

Location: Kalicz, Poland

RG-53.03.53: Photograph of a classroom full of school children. The school is called L’ecole Louis Blanc. The caption is “La Maitiesse, Patrice, Colette, Monique Raysac, Jacquline, Marie, Monique and Evelyn.”

Language: English/French

Date: 1949

Location: France

RG-53.03.54: Photo of Anna Kaufman sitting in a field in a bathing suit perhaps. There are numbers in pencil on the back. It is an original photo.

Language: English

Date: 1935

Location: Kalicz, Poland

RG-53.03.55: Photograph of a boy drawing a portrait of another man. The boy looks to be Abraham Zadjner. There is writing in pencil on the back of the photo. It is an original.

Language: Polish

RG-53.03.56: Photo of three women dressed up. There is writing in Polish on the back. The photo is an original.

Language: Polish

Date: 2 February 1933

Location: Kalisz, Poland

RG-53.03.57: Photograph of M. Cornus standing in the middle of a road or path. M. Cornus Maire de Milhars pendant la Guerra. He and another priest, Assie, helped Marie’s mother in hiding. It is an original.

Language: English

RG-53.03.58: Photo of Marinette and Helen Kaufman. Original photo.

Language: French

Date: 6 January 1949

Location: Paris

RG-53.03.59: Photograph of Tante Fela hiding in a mound of hay. The photo is original.

Language: Polish/English

Location: Poland

RG-53.03.60: Portrait of a woman standing next to a vase. There are no indications as to her identity but the photo is an original.

RG-53.03.61: Photograph of “papa” with a friend. It is an original of the photograph.

Language: English

Location: Paris, France

RG-53.03.62: Family photo on Marie’s father’s side. Pictured here are: Tante Fela lying on the ground, and 2nd from the left is grandmother behind the grandfather along with others not described. It is a copy.

Language: English

RG-53.03.63: Family photo of Tante Helene, Onkel Jacques (Alderblum), Anna’s sister- Tante Rose Moskowitz, Onkel Wolf Moskoqitz, and (cousin) Armand Alderblum. The photo is an original.

Language: English

RG-53.03.64: Six people posing around a tombstone with the inscription written in Hebrew. It is a copy of the original photograph and there are no other descriptions about the photo or people in it.

RG-53.03.65: Photo of a boy in a suit jacket. There are no other specifications listed for this photo. But the boy looks to be Abraham Zaidner. It is a copy.

RG-53.03.66: Three people posing around a tombstone with the inscription written in Hebrew. (same tombstone as RG-53.03.64) The photo is a copy.

Subject/Index Terms

Abram Zajdner, Esther Zajdner's brother
Aid and rescue during the war
Aid and Rescue in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Aid and Rescue rendered to Jews in France, 1940 -- 1944
Anna Kaufman (nee Zadner)
Civil status individual documents, French
Civil status individual documents, the Kaufman Family, France
Documents certifying social and civil status
French citizenship
French Resistance Movement, 1940 -- 1944
Individual military identifications, French
Individual military identifications, Michel Kaufman, France
Kaufman, Helene
Kaufman, Marie
Kaufman, Michel
Kaufman Family
Kaufman family, history
Protection and care for Jews in France, 1940 -- 1944
Protection and care for Jews in Vichy France, 1942 -- 1944
Protection and care for Michel Kaufman in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Protection and care for the Kaufman family in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Reclamation of French citizenship
Reclamation of French citizenship, Anna Zadner
Reclamation of French citizenship, Michel Kaufman
Rescue and aid in France, 1940 -- 1944
Vichy France (1942 -- 1944)


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Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-53.01.01, Draft card for the military, Michel Kaufman, March 1, 1951Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a Livret Individuel, or Military Draft Card, issued by the French War Department for Michel Kaufman in which it notes that he had been dismissed from active duty in 1950, but continued in auxiliary service.

dated March 1, 1951

Subject/Index Terms:
Kaufman Family
Kaufman family, history
Civil status individual documents, the Kaufman Family, France
Kaufman, Michel
Individual military identifications, Michel Kaufman, France
Military documents
Official French documents, Michel Kaufman
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Polish Jews, WWII
Lodz (Poland)
Paris (France)
France (Europe)
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Creators:
Ministere de la Guerre (French War Department)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-53.01.02, Family document book, Michel Kaufman, November 10 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a family document book (Livret de Famille) issued by French authorities to the family of Michel Kaufman. The booklet is an identification document used as an official record of family members. It is issued at the wedding of the parents and must be presented at any births or deaths of family members.

November 10, 1945

Subject/Index Terms:
Protection and care for the Kaufman family in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Civil status individual documents, the Kaufman Family, France
Kaufman, Michel
Kaufman Family
Civil administration documents
Civil status individual documents, French
Documents in French language
Aid and Rescue in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Identification documents
Identification documents--Post-WWII
France (Europe)
Official French documents, Michel Kaufman
Refugees, Polish
Lodz (Poland)
Poland (Europe)
Kaufman, Marie
Kaufman, Helene
Polish Jews, WWII
Creators:
French Government and Civil Authorities (1945 --    )
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-53.01.03, Certificate of military position, Michel Kaufman, May 30, 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
This document is a certificate of military position in the Polish army for Michel (Michal) Kaufman, issued by the French Central Bureau of Recruitment of the Polish Army.
Subject/Index Terms:
Armed forces, Polish, 1918 --1939
Poland (Europe)
Central Bureau of Recruitment of the Polish Army in France
Recruitment of Polish Army in France, 1940
Kaufman, Michel
Individual military identifications, Michel Kaufman, France
Paris (France)
France (1940--1945)
Official French documents, Michel Kaufman
Kaufman family, history
Polish Jews, WWII
Military documents
Military documents, French
German occupation of Paris
German occupation of France
Creators:
Central Bureau for the Recruitment of the Polish Army in France (1940)
Ministere de la Guerre (French War Department)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-53.01.04, Certificate-of-residence, Kaufman Family, January 20, 1947Add to your cart.

This document is an official French document certififying the residency of the Kaufman family in Milhars, France, from June 1940 -- October 1946.

Dated, January 20, 1947

Subject/Index Terms:
Certificate of Residence (France)
Certificate of Residence
Kaufman family, history
Anna Kaufman (nee Zadner)
Poland (Europe)
Aid and Rescue in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Protection and care for the Kaufman family in Milhars, France, 1942 -- 1945
Civil status individual documents, the Kaufman Family, France
Creators:
French Government and Civil Authorities (1945 --    )


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