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IdentifierRA003-00-00-02
Extent & Medium4 photographs (tiffs)
Dateoriginally created [circa 193-]–1949; digitized 2016
Date NoteDate of digitization from analogue originals belonging to creator.
Administrative/Biographical HistoryJannushka Jakoubovitch (b. June 20, 1933 in Paris, France) is a Canadian Holocaust survivor of French origin. Born to Jewish parents – her father from Poland and her mother from France – she spent her early years in Paris before mounting political pressure forced her parents to send her and her siblings to safe houses operated by the French Resistance in the countryside. After the war she travelled extensively, working for the United Nations and other international NGOs, before immigrating to Canada. Jannushka Jakoubovitch is a dedicated student outreach speaker and VHEC Life Fellow recipient in recognition of her special contributions to Holocaust education and remembrance. 
Scope & ContentFile contains four photographs of Jannushka Jakoubovitch and her family.
Archival HistoryRecords were maintained by Jannushka Jakoubovitch until their donation to the VHEC in 1996. A second accrual of photocopied articles and digital copies of family photographs was donated in August, 2016.
Immediate Source of Acquisition or TransferAccession 1996.012; Accession 2016.007
LanguageEnglish
NoteFamily members depicted in photographs are identified in related research file.
RightsMaterials available for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy or otherwise use these materials must be obtained from the VHEC.

Collection Contents

The collection consists of a typewritten manuscript detailing Jakoubovitch’s experience of the Holocaust. It is accompanied by digitized photographs and one photocopied newpaper clipping and one item of correspondence relating to the manuscript and the testimony recorded therein. Collection has been arranged into two files: Testimony and associated materials (1994); Digitized photographs [originally created ca. 1930, 1949; digitized 2016].

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