Romania and the Holocaust at OURPASSPORTS.COM #romania

Daniel Horowitz

Edgar Hauster wrote in the CZERNOWITZ-L:

Neil Kaplan >from Israel, a new member of our List, has been collecting
old passports & documents for over 20 years. With a family connection
to the Holocaust, his interest in the Second World War has been a part
of him ever since he was at school. In this context, please let me
draw your attention to Neil's thoroughly designed website and
particularly to his article "Romania and the Holocaust":
You'll have the opportunity to admire unique documents, such as a
travel permit issued to Dr. Leo Neuberger allowing him travel on route
from Czernowitz to Bucharest and additionally a passport stamped and
signed by Samuel Del Campo, who, as you all know, was recognized as
Righteous Among the Nations by the State of Israel in 2017.

Best regards
Daniel Horowitz

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