Portrait of the Ehrlich family. Munkacs, Czechoslovakia, 1930. [LCID: 14319]

Family portrait in Munkacs

Portrait of the Ehrlich family seated around the family table. Munkacs, Czechoslovakia, 1930.

Among those pictured is Elizabeth Ehrlich (later Roth) standing in the middle of the back row in a light dress, and Rella Ehrlich (front row, second from the right). Elizabeth was born in Munkacs. In 1944 she was confined to the ghetto there before being deported with her family to Auschwitz. She was later transferred to a camp in Bydogszcz, Poland, and from there to the Stutthof concentration camp.


  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Elizabeth Ehrlich Roth
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