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|Catalog No.||176||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Leon Grossvogel: his mother's testimony about his activity in the Belgian national underground , documentation||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||04361R"M||Similar Items|
|File name||Grossvogel Leon - Personal documents||Similar Items|
|Interviewer||Novitch Miriam||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|Date of event||15/10/1967||Similar Items|
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Official confirmation of military decorations awarded posthumously to Leon Grossvogel and his membership in the Belgian national underground.
Also in this file: testimony of his mother, Rose Grossvogel, Oct. 14, 1967: his enlistment in the Belgian underground at age 16; his arrest in 1943 when holding weapons and maps, and his "Aryan" appearance and assumed identity as "Dubois" that prevented him from being shot immediately; his escape and a gunshot wound in his leg [or foot]; his arrest and hospitalization; his deportation to the Dora - Mittelbau camp and comrade's words on his courage and steadfastness in the face of deprivation and tortures. Close