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Atlanta, Georgia
June 18, 1986
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Hannah Weinstein Entell was born in Vienna, Austria. She was the youngest of five children. She married a Czechoslovakian farmer 14 years her senior in order to get a passport and fled Austria in the 1930s via Shanghai, China and thence to the Philippines. There she divorced her first husband and married her second husband, Dr. Alfred A. Weinstein, a captain in the U.S. Army. During the war, Dr. Weinstein was taken captive by the Japanese and Hannah worked in the underground which provided food for prisoners of war. When Dr. Weinstein was released, he and Hannah married. They moved to Atlanta. Dr. Weinstein died in 1964, and Hannah married Max Entell.

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Hannah Weinstein Entell (1918 - 1999) - Oral History

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