Charles Millett (Karl Sinai) Papers, 1930-1982
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Brief Description: This is a collection of official documents issued by Chinese and Japanese administration in relation to the residence of European Jews in the Hongkew District of Shanghai. There are immigration documents related to the Sinai family, as well as official Chinese and Japanese publications regulating residential, business, and personal affairs in Shanghai. This record group contains three sub-collections, namely the collections of the Official Publications, of the Personal Documents and Artifact of the Sinai Family; and the family photographs.
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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Los Angeles, CA 90036
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Record Series Number: RG-37/RG-37
Created by: Sinai family (1930 -- 1982)
Volume: 0.0
Arrangement: Materials are arranged by subject/creator, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.
Biographical Note for Sinai family (1930 -- 1982) : There is a family history of immigration from Nazi-controlled Austria to China, Australia and United States
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Subject Index
Chinese civilian authorities, Shanghai
Emigration from Nazi-annexed Austria
Immigration to Shanghai, China
Japanese military and civilian authorities, China
Shanghai (China: Ghetto)
survival tactics
Languages of Materials
Chinese [chi]
Japanese [jpn]
Russian [rus]
German [ger]
English [eng]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Copyrighted materials