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Anat Grebler

Oral history interview with Anat Grebler - and her families' history - who was born in the U.S.S.R in 1945 to parents who were active in the Polish Underground during the Second World War. Her father was born in Stanislaw (now Ivano-Frankivsk...

Tessler, Ronnie

Ben Grossman

Oral history interview with Ben Grossman who was born in 1885 in Russia. He emigrated to Winnipeg with his family, moving later to Victoria and finding working as a car salesman. He served in the British Army during the First World War, notably in...

Bernard Victor

Oral interview with Bernard Victor who was born in Gomel, Russia in 1893 and came to Vancouver, on April 15, 1923, from Winnipeg. Bernard was involved with Talmud Torah, B'nai B'rith, and the Jewish Literary Club. He describes living thr...

C.O.T.C. Article

An article written by Edward Joseph Seidelman about UBC's Canadian Officers' Training Corps. Article is on page 59-60 of annual.

Clipping 1

Chocolate box tag assumed to have come from one of Private Seidelman's letters from July 1917. This particular tag is for the Tobler chocolate company (later becoming known as the Toblerlone chocolate company).

Clipping 2

Chocolate box tag assumed to have come from one of Private Seidelman's letters from July 1917. This particular tag is for the Tobler chocolate company (later becoming known as the Toblerlone chocolate company).

Clipping 3

Chocolate box tag assumed to have come from one of Private Seidelman's letters from July 1917. This particular tag is for the Grison chocolate company.

D Company

"D Company" feature includes a history of the company, a list of members, company notes, and photographs. Photograph of battalion may be similar to a photograph mentioned in August 1916 letter (File 2, item 4).

David Simons

Oral history interview with David Simons who was born in England in 1900 and whose parents had emigrated from Poland to England in 1895.

Death Certificate

The official death certificate of Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, issued on August 12, 1919 by Militia Headquarters at the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Death certificate states that Private Seidelman was killed in action on October 26, 1917, as ...

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