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Fred (Manfred) Eisenberg was born in 1918 in Bonn, Germany. He moved to Berlin with his parents as a youth. He was able to get a visa to England and immigrated there in 1939. After England entered the war with Germany, Fred was sent to the Isle of Man as an enemy alien. He was also sent to a detention center in Canda for some time during the war. Fred volunteered for the British army after his release from detention and served in England as an interpreter dealing with German POWs. Fred and his wife Edna immigrated to the United States after the war and settled in New York and later Albany, Georgia. They moved to Atlanta a few years later. The collection consists of photocopies of sports certificates from German Jewish sports clubs and immigration documents. Arranged in chronological order.

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Fred Eisenberg Family Papers

5 Related Subjects

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Eisenberg, Fred, 1918-2012

Emigration and Immigration

World War, 1939-1945

Holocaust Survivors

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