[NAZI GERMANY / MIGRATION / WOMEN] Archive of documents of an emigrated woman from Nazi Germany to Turkey
MARGOT [MARGARET] DERNBACH [later UZMAY], (1928-?)., [Germany - Istanbul], 1942.
Archive of documents of (Margot Dernbach, later Uzmay) an emigrated woman from Nazi Germany to Turkey; of the wife of Kutlu Oguz Hakki Uzmay who was the son of the Turkish politician and sociologist Ismail Hakki Uzmay (1881-1950), and brother of Afet Inan (1908-1985).
This collection contains sixteen documents: Six insured employment certificates, a health certificate of herself including her son Can Uzmay and her husband Kutlu Oguz Hakki Uzmay prepared in 1972, a tax card prepared in 1965, two payment certificates from the German Hospital in 1975, a tax registration slip prepared in 1965. Some documents are with a photograph of Margarete Uzmay; and Nursing certificate prepared by the General Nursing Council for England & Wales in 1959, two b/w photographs, a "certified copy of an entry of marriage act, 1949" in 1963, a student report prepared by "Volksschule" in Niedermendiz in Germany, in 1942 in the name of Margot Dernbach. One document is in German, one is in English; all the others are in Modern Turkish.
This fine archive of Margaret Dernbach [Uzmay], who emigrated from Nazi Germany probably in the late period of WWII to the Turkish Republic. She was born on May 31, 1928, in Obermendiz, Germany. Her father's name is Friedrich Karl Dernbach. She married Afet Inan's brother in 1963 in Turkey and they had at least one child. She worked in Alman Hastanesi [i.e. German Hospital] in Beyoglu (Pera).