Caro, Jella: Letter from Theresienstadt

Scope and Content

Papers of Jella Caro, 1945, comprise a letter from Caro, a former Terezin inmate, to relatives.

Administrative / Biographical History

The author of this letter, Jella Caro, was the sister-in-law of the depositor's grandmother. She was 77 years old at the time of writing and lived to the age of 100. She was over 90 years old before she received any compensation for her suffering. In the letter she describes the deleterious effect on her health of 3 years in Terezin. Freezing cold and alone at an address in post-war Vienna, which functioned as a home for Jewish returnees, she describes how pleased she is to hear from her (unidentified) relatives and asks after them.


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Acquisition Information

Margaret Kahn.

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Archivist's Note

Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.

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