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Manuscript
Bohemia and Austria
1898-1947
Paper
1 folder

Adelbert Schueck was born in Bohemia but moved to Vienna, Austria as a child. Early in life he was converted to Catholocism but was certified as a full Jew by the Nazi Party in Austria in 1938. He immigrated in 1939 and settled in Atlanta where he worked as a bookkeeper for Max Kuniansky for many years. The collection consists of documents relating to the employment of Adelbert and his wife Grete Weibel, report cards from school, a document certifying Schueck as a full Jew, and rationing coupons issued by the Nazi's adding the names of Israel and Sara to both Grete's and Adelbert's names. Arranged in chronological order

010-046 V/F S

Adelbert Schueck Family

9 Related Subjects

Schueck, Adelbert (1898 - 1974)


Schueck, Grete Weibel


Holocaust Survivors


Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)


Emigration and Immigration


World War, 1939-1945


Austria


National Socialism


Rationing, Consumer


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