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Sofia Karpuk holds a name card intended to help any of her surviving family members locate her at the Kloster Indersdorf displaced persons camp. This photograph was published in newspapers to facilitate reuniting the family. Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, October-November 1945.
Halina Bryks was photographed in the Kloster Indersdorf children's center in an attempt to help locate surviving relatives. Photographs such as this one showing children holding name cards were published in newspapers to facilitate the reunification of families. Germany, after May 1945.
Sinaida Grussman was photographed in the Kloster Indersdorf children's center after the war. The picture was taken in an attempt to help locate surviving relatives. Such photographs of both Jewish and non-Jewish children were published in newspapers to facilitate the reunification of families. Germany, after May 1945.
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