Pants belonging to Marjan Glass [LCID: 200006cj]

Pants belonging to Marjan Glass

Pants worn by Marjan Glass as he dug anti-tank ditches for the defense of Warsaw, Poland, and then as he hastily fled the city ahead of the German advance on September 7, 1939. Glass, a lawyer, escaped with his wife and three-year-old son, and his wife's mother and brother. He left without taking the time to change from his soiled work clothing. [From the USHMM special exhibition Flight and Rescue.]


  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum - Collections
  • Wanda M. Glass

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