AbstractFolder 1: Questionnaire I + II of the Austrian Heritage Collection at the Leo Baeck Institute; Professional certificate for Bertha Freud issued by her employer S. Katz & Co, Vienna, which indicates that she was dismissed because of the aryanization of the company (1938); letter by the Devisenstelle, Vienna, that shows the restriction to take only 30 Reichsmark out of the country; letter to Berta Freud from a friend in England showing the restrictions the British government made to immigration (1938)
Folder 2: Identity card, ration books, notebook for Berta Scheiner (1927-1948); trade certificate for Fritz Freudenthal (1934); book "Fahneneid" by Karol Schaerding; 1 page manuscript ‘My encounter with a Nazi-student’ by Esther Scheiner (no date; not microfilmed)
Berta Freud, née Scheiner, was born in Rohatyn, Galicia in 1913.
Esther Scheiner, née Knopf (Berta Freud’s sister-in-law) was the last Jewish student at the Dental Department at the University in Frankfurt/M. in 1937. She escaped to London, England, in 1939, where she worked in Community Dental Service.
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Austrian Heritage Collection
Additional materials about Berta Freud are available at the United Holocaust Memorial Museum (Acc. 1997.A.0266)
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