This collection comprises correspondence to Dr. Hans Esberg from Max Cohn about his experiences surviving refugee camps and
concentration camp. Also included is a letter written to Dr. Esberg by the wife of a GI dated May 5, 1945. The soldier was
given a letter from Dr. Esberg's mother by a friend of hers. That letter is dated March 8, 1943 and describes the death of
his father and the imprisonment of Max Cohn, who was in Theresienstadt.
Absent biographical material, this history was constructed through online genealogical resources, including ship manifests
and Social Security death records.
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