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Johanna (Hanne) Hirsch was born in Karlsrushe, Germany. Her father, Max, was a photographer. When he died Hanne's mother, Ella, maintained his studio. In 1930 she began public school.
In April 1933 the studio got plastered with signs. During November 1938 the studio made photos for the new ID cards marked "J" that Jews had to have. The studio stayed open until December 31.
In 1940 Hanne was deported to Gurs, a detention camp. A social worker was able to take her to a village in Le Chambon. In 1942 she was sent to a farm. Then in 1943 she escaped to Switzerland.
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