Series P - Stefania Heilbrunn Collection

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ZA UCT BC1556_P

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Stefania Heilbrunn Collection

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  • 1904-2009 (Creation)

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276 items

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This collection speaks to Dr. Heilbrunn's interests in both Holocaust remembrance and the State of Israel, and contains a range of material including correspondence, documentation and photographs related to her life in the post-Holocaust world. Although Dr. Heilbrunn was a survivor of the Holocaust, she never spoke about her experience. Instead, she chose to chronicle the trials and tribulations of Jews in Radomsko, Poland, the village in which she and her family had lived, in her book ‘Children of Dust and Heaven.’

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  • English
  • Polish

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A large number of Dr. Heilbrunn’s personal correspondence is written in Polish and still requires translation.

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