After the War

74 - Wedding portrait of Rosie and Elon

Wedding portrait of Rosie and Elon

75 Rosie enjoying her new life after the war

Rosie enjoying her new life in Sweden after the war

75b

75c Working as a secretary in Sweden, 1947

Working as a secretary in Sweden, 1947

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79a With the captain of a Swedish navy vessel

With the captain of a Swedish navy vessel

81 - Visiting the Netherlands, 1947

Visiting the Netherlands, 1947

81b Using a forbidden entrance

Using a forbidden entrance

Visiting the Netherlands

81d Meeting the queen and prince of the Netherlands
Meeting the queen and prince of the Netherlands
81e Queen Juliana of the Netherlands

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands

82 - Rosie’s home and attic dancing school in Den Bosch

Rosie’s home and attic dancing school in Den Bosch

83 - Visiting a former neighbor and her children in Den Bosch, 1947

Visiting a former neighbor and her children in Den Bosch, 1947

83b With a friend at the Den Bosh railway station

With a friend at the Den Bosh railway station

Kleef after the war, 1945

Kleef after the war, 1945

1951 Zweedse sneeuw aunt-rosie tante-roosje

Rosie in Sweden, 1951

Rosie's tattoo

Rosie’s tattoo

Hiding her tattoo

Hiding her tattoo

Rosie visiting Auschwtiz, 1971

Visiting Auschwitz, 1971

A portion of Rosie's wartime archive, which included letters, scrapbooks, and films

A portion of Rosie’s wartime archive, which included letters, scrapbooks, and films

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Rosie saved some barbed wire as “a souvenir of Auschwitz”

Rosie visiting the Grand Canyon in 1995. She visited 32 US cities during her trip.

Rosie visiting the Grand Canyon in 1995. She visited 32 US cities during her trip.

Paul Glaser with his sister and daughter, before scattering Rosie's ashes in Sweden

Paul Glaser with his sister and daughter, before scattering his Aunt Rosie’s ashes in Sweden

Paul Glaser with his sister and daughter, scattering Rosie's ashes

Paul Glaser with his brother and daughter, after scattering Rosie's ashes

Paul Glaser with his brother and daughter, after scattering Rosie’s ashes

Photo of a family gathering in 1939, showing the only two survivors

Photo of a family gathering in 1939, showing the only two survivors

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