Ilse Wolfsburg tells Max Bredig (1902-1977) that her fiance, Fritz Hochwald (1897-1968) appreciates the money that is being wired to him while he is at the Miranda De Ebro concentration camp. Wolfsburg relays that there is someone at the camp with a cousin named Paula Hayn, who might be related to mutual friend Ilse Hayn.
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Wolfsberg, Ilse. “Letter from Ilse Wolfsberg to Max Bredig, October 14, 1942,” October 14, 1942. Papers of Georg and Max Bredig, Box 9, Folder 25. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/by84k79.
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