Simon Hochberger – Letters

Simon Hochberger – born in Kesmark, Germany, 19th April 1906

Profession in country of origin: Author, graphic

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Germany 30th March 1939

Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Letter, Kent County Constabulary, Maidstone, Missing camera, 24th March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Letter, Kent County Constabulary, Maidstone, Missing camera, 24th March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Letter, Central British Fund for German Jewry, Missing luggage, 27 October 1944
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Letter, Central British Fund for German Jewry, Missing luggage, 27 October 1944
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Metzger, Bloomsbury House, Confiscated camera, 13 March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Metzger, Bloomsbury House, Confiscated camera, 13 March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Envelope, Metzger, Bloomsbury House, 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Envelope, Metzger, Bloomsbury House, 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Bloomsbury House, Jewish Refugees Committee, Luggage Department, Missing camera, 17 March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Bloomsbury House, Jewish Refugees Committee, Luggage Department, Missing camera, 17 March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Police Superintendant, Sandwich, Jewish Refugees Committee, Cecilia Korten, Luggage Department, Missing camera, 17 March 1947
Kitchener camp, Simon Hochberger, Police Superintendant, Sandwich, Jewish Refugees Committee, Cecilia Korten, Luggage Department, Missing camera, 17 March 1947


Kindly submitted by Dr Friedrich Voit, a researcher, for Simon Hochberger

Source: All documents from the archives of World Jewish Relief: https://www.worldjewishrelief.org/about-us/your-family-history