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Hermann Judey was a Russian-Jewish wood merchant in Berlin. His first wife, Olga, died while they were living in Berlin. They had two daughters, Lydia and Mary. They fled to France to escape Nazi rule and each arrived seperately to the U.S. with their families in the 1940s. Their son, Jacob, was an artist and changed his name to Barosin. Hermann later remarried.
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Keith, Boris: Painting of Hermann Judey, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2006.45.
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