This collection contains copy correspondence between members of the Salinger family during World War II. They were a German Jewish family who dispersed due to the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany. Includes details of the name change of Albert Salinger's daughter Judis, Albert's and Judis's emigration to England, and the death of Milda Salinger's mother in 1943.
Albert and Milda Salinger: copy correspondence
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- ReferenceGB 1556 WL1678
- Dates of Creation1938-1943
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialGerman
- Physical Description1 folder
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Dr Albert Salinger worked as a dentist in Berlin in the 1930s. He had a daughter, born on 24 February 1918 whose first name was changed from Elfriede to Judis in 1938. In the late 1930s Albert and Judis emigrated to England. Milda Salinger was Ilse's and Betty Böhm's aunt. Betty lived in Stockholm, Sweden. Milda Salinger's mother died in 1943.
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Donated by David Horsley.