Suchowolski-Sluszny family research. Collection

Suchowolski-Sluszny family research. Collection

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Suchowolski-Sluszny family research. Collection
Hiding, Prewar Jewish life
Deportees, Hidden children, Postwar research, Rescuers - Individual
This collection consists of photocopied and original documents and photos including, documents on the Suchowolski and Sluszny families; letters sent by Suzanne Suchowolski to her brother Georges Suchowolski while in hiding; documents on the Suchowolski and Sluszny families photocopied from collections stored at the Archives Service for War Victims, ITS Bad Arolsen and Kazerne Dossin; documents regarding the Draily, Collignon and Jacobs-Van Dijck families, rescuers of Georges Suchowolski and Regina Sluszny, including documents regarding their recognition as Righteous among the Nations.
Spinat-Toledano family. Collection

Spinat-Toledano family. Collection

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Spinat-Toledano family. Collection
Anti-Jewish measures, German Occupation, Hiding, Prewar Jewish life
Building, Daily life, Deportees, Education, Family life, Hidden children, Holocaust survivors, Jewish organisations, Rescuers - Individual, Yellow badge
This collection contains 34 photos, including : the Spinat children relaxing on the balcony of the family home in Antwerp, the Spinat children playing in the snow and with a dog, the Spinat children posing in the garden of their home in Antwerp, Doris (Dodi) Spinat dressed for a wedding, scenes depicting life at the La-Bas children's home in Aische-en-Refail led by the Association of Jews in Belgium, and a daughter of the Goffinet family which hid Doris Spinat in Péruwelz during the last weeks of the war.
Research by David Inowlocki on hidden children and their rescuers in Belgium. Collection

Research by David Inowlocki on hidden children and their rescuers in Belgium. Collection

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Research by David Inowlocki on hidden children and their rescuers in Belgium. Collection
Conversion to christianity, Hidden adults, Hidden children, Postwar research, Rescuers - Individual, Rescuers - Institute, Rescuers - Network
This collection consists of 57 research files. Every file was carefully composed by David Inowlocki during his presidency of the Hidden Children Association Belgium (L’Enfant Caché). The files revolve around a hidden child or a rescuer, and contain photocopied documents and proposals in order to request Yad Vashem to award a rescuer the title of Righteous among the Nations.
Kagan-Sztern family. Collection

Kagan-Sztern family. Collection

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Kagan-Sztern family. Collection
German Occupation
Building, Hidden adults, Hidden children, Holocaust survivors, Rescuers - Individual
This collection contains seven photos, including several pictures of Tauba (Thérèse) Sztern and her children Fanny and Alain Kagan at their hiding place with the De Winter family in Tremelo.
Henrotte-Balay family. Collection

Henrotte-Balay family. Collection

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HENROTTE, Hubert. Collection.
Hidden children, Rescuers - Individual
This collection contains : a declaration signed by Emile Dernivoy regarding the resistance activities of Hubert Henrotte and Emma Balay ; certificates of civil resistance awarded to Hubert Henrotte and Emma Balay by the Kingdom of Belgium ; a class picture of the fourth grade at the Bressoux communal school in 1936-1937, with among the pupils Louise Henrotte and five identified Jewish girls, including Estera Chana (Anna) Szlamowicz.
Dora Turksma. Interview

Dora Turksma. Interview

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Dora Turksma. Interview
Prewar Jewish life, Hiding, Postwar Jewish life
Arrests, Collaboration, Conversion to christianity, Family life, Hidden adults, Hidden children, Rescuers - Individual
In this interview Dora Turksma talks about: her childhood in Antwerp ; daily life at Morpheusstraat where she and her mother lived ; moving around during the first years of the war ; denunciations by their neighbours ; going into hiding in a convent in Kontich and in a catholic school in Bruges ; her life after the war.
Johannes Brans and Bertha Mertens. Collection.

Johannes Brans and Bertha Mertens. Collection.

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BRANS, Johannes and MERTENS, Bertha. Collection.
Hidden children, Rescuers - Individual
This collection contains a copy of the speeches regarding the rescue activities of Johannes Brans and Bertha Mertens (and of the following Belgian rescuers who were honored on the same day : Charles and Alida Pontus, Marie Suymens, Anne-Marie Suymens, Jean-François and Florentine Suymens, Philippe and Marie-Thérèse Culot); copies of five certificates signed by the Belgian state regarding the resistance activities of Johannes Brans and his wife Bertha Mertens; proclamation of recognition by the embassy of Israel and Yad Vashem.