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RG-72.01, Synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East in postcards and photographs

RG-72.02, Correspondence from and to ghettos

RG-72.03, Correspondence from and to concentration camps

RG-72.04, Identification documents

RG-72.05, Red Cross papers

RG-72.06, German postcards of various topics, 19th -- 20th century

RG-72.07, Correspondence to and from Lodz ghetto

RG-72.08, Correspondences from and to German labor service

RG-72.09, Proofs of incarcerations under German-Nazi and Axis regimes

RG-72.10, Correspondence between German-occupied and unoccupied countries

RG-72.11, Theresienstadt correspondence, to and from the ghetto

RG-72.12, Histories of families and individuals in Germany-controlled Europe and in the Allied nations

RG-72.13, Antisemitic materials, Europe and America,  19th - 20th Centuries

RG-72.14, Documents issued by German and collaborating authorities in 1933 - 1945

RG-72.15, Emigration and immigrants, Europe, America, Asia

RG-72.16, Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in Germany and German-occupied and controlled territories

RG-72.17, Anti-Nazi resistance and Jews in the foreign armed forces

RG-72.18, Hungarian Jewish experience as reflected in correspondence

RG-72.19, Ration coupons and food cards in German-occupied Europe, 1939 -- 1945

RG-72.20, Ghetto and camp scrips (receipts) and monetary signs

RG-72.21, Inter-state and inter-regional correspondence

RG-72.22, Correspondence between Germany and German-occupied territories

RG-72.23, Postwar correspondence and early commemoration of the Holocaust

RG-72.24, Correspondence from and to prisoner of war camps

RG-72.25, Displaced persons documents

RG-72.26, Relief and Rehabilitation Organization, correspondence

RG-72.27, Correspondence from and to Nazi Prisons

RG-72.28, Correspondence from and to Internment and Transit camps

RG-72.29, Correspondence within Romania and between Romania and other countries

RG-72.30, Jewish Yellow Stars and Patches

RG-72.31, Jewish periodicals in occupied territories

RG-72.32, Correspondence between German-unoccupied countries

RG-72.33, Correspondence within German-occupied Poland

RG-72.34, Croatian collection of wartime documents

RG-72.35, Italian Collection of wartime documents



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Title: Ed Victor Papers, 1933-1972Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1939 -- 1946

ID: RG-72/RG-72

Primary Creator: Victor, Ed (1960s -- 1990s)

Extent: 1800.0 Items

Arrangement: The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order. Materials are arranged by subjects, themes and creators.

Subjects: Auschwitz complex of Nazi - German extermination and concentration camps, Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp, Concentration camps, German, Flossenburg, German Concentration camp, German Labor Service, labor in Germany, 1940 -- 1945, Gross Rosen, German concentration camp, Gusen German concentration camp, Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp, Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945, Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp, Jewish ghettos in German-occupied and controlled Europe, Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos, Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944, Majdanek, German concentration camp, Mauthausen, German Concentration camp, Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp, Postcards, political images, German, prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945, Proofs of incarcerations under German-Nazi and Axis regimes, Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp, Red Cross, International, 1933 -- 1946, Stutthof, German Concentration camp, Synagogues, religious temples

Languages: German, Czech, Polish, Yiddish, Ukrainian, Russian, French, Spanish;Castilian, Portuguese, Slovak, English, Hungarian, Serbian, Croatian, Romanian, Greek,Modern(1453-), Hebrew

Abstract

In October 2011, Mr. Edward Victor, former lawyer and philanthropist, donated to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust his Collection of the Second World War era documents and artifacts. Owing to this generous donation, our Archive acquired highly valuable historic materials. Being multivectorial by content and form, these documents and artifacts mirror various facets of the Holocaust and in a broader sense, they emanate from the war realities.

Mr. Victor’s Papers also include a special collection of postcards and photographs depicting largely bygone synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Ed Victor Papers comprises 58 collections, sub-collections. The latters include a great deal of folders and folder-level collections. All in all this record groups contains around 1800 documents.

Collection Historical Note

Mr. Victor started his collection guided primarily by philatelic interest. He collected letters, envelopes, postcards and other documents bearing a postal stamp or institutional stamps of the respective authorities and agencies. At a certain point, he realizes that the fate of the people, reflected in the short narratives, is of eternal historic value and shall not be measured only in a philatelic dimension. The content of various wartime correspondences reveals a historic enormity of victimization, dehumanization and personal tragedies on one side and a cold blood calmness of perpetrators on the other.

Reading correspondences sent from concentration camps, prisons, ghettos and German labor service open up a microcosm of tragic stories.  Other groups of documents, such as official correspondences of National Socialist authorities, inquiries submitted by the relatives of incarcerated people, antisemitic and propaganda materials, rationing coupons also broaden our understanding of the Holocaust and about the structure of the Nazi regime.  Ed Victor Papers, as a corpus of wartime documents, historicize the Holocaust in the context of the 20th century History.  They shed light on the earlier, lesser known and often under researched pages of the Holocaust Experience, especially when it comes to the fate of individuals. At a certain point, multiple micro-histories become qualitatively intrinsic to the macro-history of the Holocaust.

Biographical Note

Mr. Victor started his collection guided primarily by philatelic interest. He collected letters, envelopes, postcards and other documents bearing a postal stamp or institutional stamps of the respective authorities and agencies. At a certain point, he realizes that the fate of the people, reflected in the short narratives, is of eternal historic value and shall not be measured only in a philatelic dimension. The content of various wartime correspondences reveals a historic enormity of victimization, dehumanization and personal tragedies on one side and a cold blood calmness of perpetrators on the other.

Subject/Index Terms

Auschwitz complex of Nazi - German extermination and concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Concentration camps, German
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
German Labor Service, labor in Germany, 1940 -- 1945
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Gusen German concentration camp
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945)
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Jewish ghettos in German-occupied and controlled Europe
Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos
Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Postcards, political images, German
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Proofs of incarcerations under German-Nazi and Axis regimes
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Red Cross, International, 1933 -- 1946
Stutthof, German Concentration camp
Synagogues, religious temples


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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-72.01, Synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East in postcards and photographs],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-72.02, Correspondence from and to ghettos, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-72.03, Correspondence from and to concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 4: RG-72.04, Identification documents, 1926 --1948],
[Sub-Collection 5: RG-72.05, Red Cross papers, 1940 --1944],
[Sub-Collection 6: RG-72.06, German postcards of various topics, 19th -- 20th century, 1931 --1942],
[Sub-Collection 7: RG-72.07, Correspondence to and from Lodz ghetto, 1941 -- 1944],
[Sub-Collection 8: RG-72.08, Correspondences from and to German labor service, 1940 --1945],
[Sub-Collection 9: RG-72.09, Proofs of incarcerations under German-Nazi and Axis regimes, 1944 -- 1948],
[Sub-Collection 10: RG-72.10, Correspondence between German-occupied and unoccupied countries, 1939 -- 1944],
[Sub-Collection 11: RG-72.11, Theresienstadt correspondence, to and from the ghetto, 1942 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 12: RG-72.12, Histories of families and individuals in Germany-controlled Europe and in the Allied nations, 1933 -- 1946],
[Sub-Collection 13: RG-72.13, Antisemitic materials, Europe and America,  19th - 20th Centuries, 19th -- 20th centuries],
[Sub-Collection 14: RG-72.14, Documents issued by German and collaborating authorities in 1933 - 1945, 1933 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 15: RG-72.15, Emigration and immigrants, Europe, America, Asia, 1936 -- 1942],
[Sub-Collection 16: RG-72.16, Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in Germany and German-occupied and controlled territories, 1939 -- 1943],
[Sub-Collection 17: RG-72.17, Anti-Nazi resistance and Jews in the foreign armed forces, 1939 --1945],
[Sub-Collection 18: RG-72.18, Hungarian Jewish experience as reflected in correspondence, 1940 --1944],
[Sub-Collection 19: RG-72.19, Ration coupons and food cards in German-occupied Europe, 1939 -- 1945, 1940 --1945],
[Sub-Collection 20: RG-72.20, Ghetto and camp scrips (receipts) and monetary signs, 1940 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 21: RG-72.21, Inter-state and inter-regional correspondence, 1933 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 22: RG-72.22, Correspondence between Germany and German-occupied territories, 1936 --1945],
[Sub-Collection 23: RG-72.23, Postwar correspondence and early commemoration of the Holocaust, 1945 -- 1950],
[Sub-Collection 24: RG-72.24, Correspondence from and to prisoner of war camps, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 25: RG-72.25, Displaced persons documents, 1945 -- 1950],
[Sub-Collection 26: RG-72.26, Relief and Rehabilitation Organization, correspondence, 1939--1945],
[Sub-Collection 27: RG-72.27, Correspondence from and to Nazi Prisons, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 28: RG-72.28, Correspondence from and to Internment and Transit camps, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 29: RG-72.29, Correspondence within Romania and between Romania and other countries, 1940 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 30: RG-72.30, Jewish Yellow Stars and Patches, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 31: RG-72.31, Jewish periodicals in occupied territories, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 32: RG-72.32, Correspondence between German-unoccupied countries, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 33: RG-72.33, Correspondence within German-occupied Poland, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 34: RG-72.34, Croatian collection of wartime documents, 1941 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 35: RG-72.35, Italian Collection of wartime documents],
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Sub-Collection 1: RG-72.01, Synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East in postcards and photographsAdd to your cart.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.01.01, Synagogue, Algiers, Algeria, ca 1930Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A postcard depicting the synagogue in Algiers, Algeria. Printed in Algeria, text and print in French, ca 1930
Subject/Index Terms:
Photographs and visual representation of synagouges in Northrn Africa, prewar, interwar periods
Synagogue in Algier, postcard, photograph, ineterwar period
Synagogues in Northern Africa, prewar, interwar periods, photographs
Creators:
Victor, Ed (1960s -- 1990s)
Postcard publishing establishemnts (prewar, interwar)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.01.02, Synagogue, Oran, Algeria, ca 1930Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
postcard depicting the synagogue in Oran, Algeria, print in French
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.01.03, Synagogue, Oran, Algeria, both sides, ca 130Add to your cart.

postcard depicting the synagogue in Oran, Algeria, ca 1930

Print in French

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.01.04, Synagogue, Ballarat Hebrew Congregation Remnant of Israel, Australia, opened  in 1853, 1853  -- 1889Add to your cart.

A postcard depicting a watercolor from an illustrated address presented by the Victorian Jewish Community to Sir Benjamin Benjamin, Lord Mayor of Melbourne in 1889. On the watercolor, ther is Ballarat Synagogue, Australia.

The synagogue belonged to the Ballarat Hebrew Congregation 'Shearith Yisroel', Remnant of Israel.

The first service took place in 1853. The synagogue was dedicated in March 1861.

This watercolor was part of the illuminated address presented by the Victorian Jewish Community to Benjamin Benjamin, Mayor of Melbourne in honor of his knighthood in 1889.

The original address is deposited in the Jewish Museum of Australia of the Australian Jewish Historical Society

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.01.05, Synagogue in Geelong, Australia, founded by Geelong Hebrew Congregation Shearith Yisroel in 1849, 1849 -- 1889Add to your cart.

A postcard depicting the synagogue in Geelong, Australia. This synagogue was founded by the Congregatin 'Shearith Yisroel', Remnant of Israel. First sirvice took place in 1849. The synagogue was dedicated in December 1861.

This postcard is a print from the illustrated address presented by the Victorian Jewish Community to Sir Benjamin Benjamin, Lord Mayor of Melbourne in honor of his knighthood in 1889.

This ilustrated address is deposited in the Jewish Museum of Australia of the Australian Jewish Historical Society (Victoria).

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.01.06, Synagogue in Melbourne, Australia, founded by East Melbourne Hebrew Congregation 'Mickvah Ysroel' in 1857, 1857 -- 1877Add to your cart.

East Melbourne synagogue was founded by 'Mickvah Yisroel', Hope of Israel congregation in 1857. The synagogue was dedicated in September 1877.

This postcard is a watercolor from an illustrated address presented by the Victorian Jewish Community to Sir Bejamin Benjamin, Lord Mayor of Melbourne in honor of his knighthood in 1889.

The illustrated addres is deposited in the Jewish Museum of Australis.

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.01.07, Synagogue at Bourke Street West, Melbourne Australia, founded by the congregation  Shearith Yisroel, Remnant of Israel in 1841, 1841 -- 1889Add to your cart.

Postcard depicting Bourke Street West Synagogue established by 'Shearith Yisroel', Remnant of Israel congregation in Melbourne in 1841. The synagogue was dedicated in March 1855.

This poscard is a watercolor print from the illustrated address presented by the Victorian Jewish Community to Sir Benjamin Benjamin, Lord Mayor of Melbourne in honor of his knighthood in 1889

The illustrated address is deposited in the Jewish Museum of Australia

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.01.08, The Great Synagogue in Sydney, Australia, ca 1880sAdd to your cart.
Postcard depicting a dome over the Great Synagogue in Sydney, Australia
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.01.09, Synagogue in Anvers, Belgium, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard depicting synagogue in Anvers, Belgium. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.01.10, Synagogue in Anvers, Belgium, side view, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Side view of the new synagogue in Anvers, Belgium. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.01.11, Synagogue in Anvers, Belgium, view of front, back of postcard blank, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Anvers, Belgium. Backside of postcard is blank. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.01.12, Synagogue in Anvers, Belgium, close-up of front, 20 September 1932Add to your cart.
Close-up view of the front of the synagogue in Anvers, Belgium. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.01.13, Synagogue in Brussels, Belgium, view of front with people outside, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Brussels, Belgium, with people standing outside. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.01.14, Synagogue in Brussels, Belgium, view of front with label 'Souvenir de Bruxelles', Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Brussels, Belgium. Postcard says 'Souvenir de Bruxelles' on the front. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.01.15, Synagogue in Brussels, Belgium, view of front in color, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Brussels, Belgium. Color postcard. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.01.16, Synagogue in Liege, Belgium, view of front, back of postcard blank, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the Liege Synagogue in Liege, Belgium. Back of postcard blank. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.01.17, Synagogue in Brest-Litovsk, Belorussia, 10 January 1917Add to your cart.
Postcard with image of the synagogue in Brest-Litovsk, Belorussia. Dated 10 January 1917. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.01.18, Synagogue in Lida, Belorussia, view of marketplace and synagogue, 3 January 1916Add to your cart.
View of the marketplace and synagogue in Lida, Belorussia. Postcard dated 3 January 1916. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.01.19, Synagogue in Lida, Belorussia, street view with synagogue in background, ca 1910sAdd to your cart.
Street in Lida, Belorussia, with the synagogue in the background. Text in German and Belorussian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.01.20, Synagogue in Sarajevo, Bosnia, 1902Add to your cart.
Color postcard featuring a view of the synagogue in Sarajevo, Bosnia.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.01.21, Synagogue in Hong Kong, China, 1902Add to your cart.
Color postcard depicting the synagogue in Hong Kong, China.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.01.22, Synagogue in Vukovar, Croatia, 1894Add to your cart.
Postcard depicting the synagogue in Vukovar, Croatia. Back of postcard blank.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.01.23, Synagogue in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, street view with synagogue on left, 5 October 1938Add to your cart.
Street view in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, with the synagogue on the left.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.01.24, Synagogue in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, color postcard with view down tree-lined street, 1905Add to your cart.
Color postcard featuring an illustration of the synagogue in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, with a view down a tree-lined street.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.01.25, Synagogue in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, color postcard depicting front, 1877Add to your cart.
Color postcard depicting the front of the synagogue in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Back of postcard blank.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.01.26, Synagogue in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, view of front and side, 17 February 1940Add to your cart.
View of the front and side of the synagogue in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Date on back is 17 February 1940.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.01.27, Synagogue in Liberec, Czech Republic, 1904Add to your cart.
View of the town square and synagogue in Liberec, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.01.28, Synagogue in Olomouc, Czech Republic, 1897Add to your cart.
Illustration of the synagogue in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Back of postcard blank.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.01.29, Synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic, black and white street view, 1892Add to your cart.
Black and white street view in front of the synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.01.30, Synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic, color illustration of street outside synagogue, 1892Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the street outside the synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.01.31, Synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic, front view with people walking along street, 30 March 1910Add to your cart.
Postcard dated 30 March 1910, featuring a front view of the synagogue in Plzen, Czech Republic, with people walking along the street outside.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.01.32, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, street view, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Side view of the synagogue Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic, with a view down the street outside.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.01.33, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, synagogue on left, 1907Add to your cart.
View of the street outside the synagogue Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic, featuring people in the street and the synagogue on the left.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-72.01.34, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, side view with street in foreground, 17 February 1921Add to your cart.
Side view of the synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, with street in foreground.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.01.35, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, close-up, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Close-up of the synagogue Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-72.01.36, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, close-up with minimal writing on back, 1910Add to your cart.
Close-up of the synagogue Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic. Minimal writing on the back of the postcard.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-72.01.37, Synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic, Altneuschul, view of the interior, ca 1910sAdd to your cart.
View of the interior of the synagogue Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-72.01.38, Synagogue in Teplice-Sanov, Czech Republic, 31 March 1903Add to your cart.
Aerial view of the synagogue in Teplice-Sanov, Czech Republic.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-72.01.39, Synagogue in Cairo, Egypt, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the interior of the synagogue in Cairo, Egypt.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-72.01.40, Synagogue in Tartu, Estonia, 7 June 1916Add to your cart.
Color illustration depicting the front of the synagogue in Tartu, Estonia.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-72.01.41, Synagogue in Besancon, France, view of front and side from across the street, Second half of 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front and side of the synagogue in Besancon, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-72.01.42, Synagogue in Besancon, France, close-up of front, ca 1910Add to your cart.
Close-up of the front of the synagogue in Besancon, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-72.01.43, Synagogue in Biarritz, France, 1904Add to your cart.
Black and white image of the front of the synagogue in Biarritz, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-72.01.44, Synagogue in Carpentras, France, 1939Add to your cart.
View of the interior of the synagogue in Carpentras, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-72.01.45, Synagogue in Chalons-Sur-Marne, France, 1875Add to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Chalons-Sur-Marne, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-72.01.46, Synagogue in Dijon, France, 1879Add to your cart.
View of the front and side of the synagogue in Dijon, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-72.01.47, Synagogue in Epinal, France, 11 November 1916Add to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Epinal, France, looking down the street outside. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-72.01.48, Synagogue in Jouarre (La Ferte), France, close-up of front with trees outside, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Close-up of the front of the synagogue in Jouarre, France, featuring trees in the foreground. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-72.01.49, Synagogue in Jouarre (La Ferte), France, looking down the street lined with barren trees, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Jouarre, France, looking down the street lined with barren trees. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-72.01.50, Synagogue in Lille, France, 1891Add to your cart.
Close-up of the front of the synagogue in Lille, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-72.01.51, Synagogue in Sedan, France, grainy, distant view, 5 July 1901Add to your cart.
Grainy, distant view of the synagogue in Sedan, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-72.01.52, Synagogue in Sedan, France, street view with synagogue on left and people outside, 1878Add to your cart.
Street view in Sedan, France, featuring the synagogue on the left and people standing outside. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-72.01.53, Synagogue in Selestat, France, 1890sAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Street view in Selestat, France, featuring the synagogue on the left and people standing outside.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-72.01.54, Synagogue in Strasbourg, France, view from across the Ill River, 13 September 1898Add to your cart.
View of the front of the synagogue in Strasbourg, France, from across the Ill River. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-72.01.55, Church in Strasbourg, France, with synagogue in background, 23 September 1904Add to your cart.
View of a church in Strasbourg, France, with the synagogue in the background. Text in French and German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-72.01.56, Synagogue in Strasbourg, France, color illustration with Ill River in foreground, 24 September 1916Add to your cart.
Color illustration of a street scene in Strasbourg, France, with a view of the front of the synagogue. The Ill River is in the foreground. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-72.01.57, Synagogue in Strasbourg, France, city view with synagogue on the right, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
City view along the Ill River with the synagogue in Strasbourg on the right. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-72.01.58, Synagogue in Verdun-Sur-Meuse, France, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Street view of the synagogue in Verdun-Sur-Meuse, France, with a child standing in the foreground. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-72.01.59, Synagogue in Berlin, Germany, Oranienburgerstrasse, 3 April 1909Add to your cart.
Street view leading to the synagogue in Berlin, Germany. Text in German and Dutch.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-72.01.60, Synagogue in Chemnitz, Germany, color illustration of town square with synagogue in background, 9 June 1901Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the town square in Chemnitz, Germany, featuring the synagogue in the background. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-72.01.61, Synagogue in Chemnitz, Germany, black and white view of front, 1899Add to your cart.
Black and white view of the front of the synagogue in Chemnitz, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-72.01.62, Synagogue in Cologne, Germany, 15 September 1907Add to your cart.
Black and white image of the front of the synagogue in Cologne, Germany. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-72.01.63, Synagogue in Essen, Germany, Steelersstrasse, color illustration of street scene with synagogue in background, 1913Add to your cart.
Color illustration of a street scene in Essen, Germany, featuring the synagogue in the background. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-72.01.64, Synagogue in Essen, Germany, Steelersstrasse, color illustration with the Century Well in the foreground, Early 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in Essen, Germany, featuring the Century Well and a horse and carriage in the foreground. Text in German and French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-72.01.65, Synagogue in Essen, Germany, Steelersstrasse, black and white photograph of front, Early 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the front of the synagogue in Essen, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-72.01.66, Synagogue in Gross-Gerau, Germany, 1892Add to your cart.
Street view outside of the synagogue in Gross-Gerau, Germany. There is a garden with some people in front of it in the foreground.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-72.01.67, Synagogue in Horde, Germany, 6 August 1917Add to your cart.
Color postcard featuring a view of a plaza in Horde, Germany, bordered by the synagogue, a church, and the post office. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 68: RG-72.01.68, Synagogue in Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany, ca 1915Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the front of the synagogue in Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 69: RG-72.01.69, Synagogue in Munich, Germany, Herzog Max Strasse, color illustration featuring art house in foreground, ca 1880sAdd to your cart.
Color postcard featuring the synagogue in Munich, Germany in the background, with the art house on Herzog Max-Strasse in the foreground. Text in English, German, and French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 70: RG-72.01.70, Synagogue in Munich, Germany, Herzog Max Strasse, black and white photograph with synagogue in background, 29 August 1920Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of Herzog Max-Strasse, with the Munich synagogue in the background and the art house in the foreground. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 71: RG-72.01.71, Synagogue in Munich, Germany, Herzog Maz Strasse, black and white illustration with plaza and woman in foreground, March 1915Add to your cart.
Black and white illustration of Herzog Max-Strasse with the plaza and a woman in the foreground; background features a church, synagogue, art house, and hotel. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 72: RG-72.01.72, Synagogue in Nuremberg, Germany, Hans Sachs Square, black and white photograph, 1874Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Nuremberg, Germany. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 73: RG-72.01.73, Synagogue in Nuremberg, Germany, Hans Sachs Square, illustration, 1874Add to your cart.
Illustration of the synagogue in Nuremberg, Germany. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 74: RG-72.01.74, Synagogue in Gibraltar, Shaar Hashamayim, blue envelope, 19 June 1969Add to your cart.
Blue envelope commemorating the bicentenary of the Shaar Hashamayim Synagogue in Gibraltar. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 75: RG-72.01.75, Synagogue in Gibraltar, Shaar Hashamayim, white envelope, 19 June 1969Add to your cart.
White envelope commemorating the bicentenary of the Shaar Hashamayim Synagogue in Gibraltar. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 76: RG-72.01.76, Synagogue in Csap, Hungary, 1 February 1915Add to your cart.
Black and white street scene photograph featuring the synagogue in Csap, Hungary on the left side and a church on the right side of the street.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 77: RG-72.01.77, Synagogue in Kiskoros, Hungary, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Illustration of the synagogue in Kiskoros, Hungary. Text in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 78: RG-72.01.78, Synagogue in Szeged, Hungary, color illustration, 1907Add to your cart.
Color illustration depicting the synagogue in Szeged, Hungary. Text in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 79: RG-72.01.79, Synagogue in Szeged, Hungary, sepia photograph, 1907Add to your cart.
Sepia photograph depicting a city view of Szeged, Hungary, with the synagogue in the background. Text in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 80: RG-72.01.80, Synagogue in Cochin, India, envelope, 15 December 1968Add to your cart.
Envelope featuring an illustration of the synagogue in Cochin, India. Text in English and Hindi.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 81: RG-72.01.81, Synagogue in Cochin, India, stamp and stamp brochure, 15 December 1968Add to your cart.
Stamp and stamp brochure commemorating the quatercentenary of the Cochin Synagogue in India. Text in English and Hindi.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 82: RG-72.01.82, Synagogue in Cochin, India, postcard, 1968Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the interior of the synagogue in Cochin, India. Text in English and Hebrew.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 83: RG-72.01.83, Synagogue in Capernaum, Israel, color illustration, ca 4th-5th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the grounds of the synagogue in Capernaum, Israel, as well as three people. Text in various European languages.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 84: RG-72.01.84, Synagogue in Capernaum, Israel, black and white photograph, 16 February 1948Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph depicting the ruins of the synagogue in Capernaum, Israel. Text in English, French, German, and Hebrew.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 85: RG-72.01.85, Synagogue in Meron, Israel, 2nd-3rd century CEAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the outside of the synagogue with people walking and standing nearby. Text in Hebrew and English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 86: RG-72.01.86, Synagogue in Petah Tikvah, Israel, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Petach-Tikva, Israel. There are people standing outside. Text in English and Hebrew.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 87: RG-72.01.87, Synagogue in Ramat-Gan, Israel, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Ramat-Gan, Israel. Text in Hebrew and English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 88: RG-72.01.88, Synagogue in Safed, IsraelAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the interior of the synagogue in Safed, Israel. Text in Hebrew and English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 89: RG-72.01.89, Synagogue in Tel Aviv, IsraelAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the main synagogue in Tel Aviv, Israel. Text in English and Hebrew.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 90: RG-72.01.90, Synagogue in Florence, Italy, color, 1882Add to your cart.
Color depiction of the Great Synagogue of Florence. Handwritten message on back in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 91: RG-72.01.91, Synagogue in Florence, Italy, sepia, 1882Add to your cart.
Sepia depiction of the Great Synagogue of Florence. Handwritten message on back in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 92: RG-72.01.92, Synagogue in Florence, Italy, interior, black and white, 1882Add to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the interior of the Great Synagogue of Florence. Back is blank. Text in Italian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 93: RG-72.01.93, Synagogue in Rome, Italy, view across a plaza, 1818Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph looking across a plaza at the front of the synagogue in Rome, Italy.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 94: RG-72.01.94, Synagogue in Rome, Italy, view from across the river, 1818Add to your cart.
Sepia depiction of the synagogue in Rome, Italy, looking across the Tiber River. There is a bridge in the center of the image. Text in Italian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 95: RG-72.01.95, Synagogue in Rome, Italy, close-up, 1818Add to your cart.
Close-up, black and white depiction of the synagogue in Rome, Italy. Text in Italian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 96: RG-72.01.96, Synagogue in Turin, Italy, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Turin, Italy. Text in Italian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 97: RG-72.01.97, Synagogue in Kuldiga, Latvia, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white images of Kuldiga, Latvia. Depicted are the village of Kuldiga on the riverbanks; the synagogue in Kuldiga; City Hall; a church; and a street scene. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 98: RG-72.01.98, Synagogue in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 17th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the interior of the synagogue in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 99: RG-72.01.99, Synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands, black and white, 1834Add to your cart.
Close-up, black and white photograph of the front of the synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands. Text in Dutch.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 100: RG-72.01.100, Synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands, sepia, 1834Add to your cart.
Sepia depiction of the synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands. Text in Dutch.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 101: RG-72.01.101, Synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands, interior, 1834Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the interior of the synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands. Text in Dutch.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 102: RG-72.01.102, Synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, envelope, 1732Add to your cart.
Envelope featuring a color image of the interior of the synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. Envelope postmarked 12 May 1970. Text in Dutch.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 103: RG-72.01.103, Synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, postcard, exterior view, 1732Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color image of the synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. Postmarked 12 May 1970. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 104: RG-72.01.104, Synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, postcard, interior view, 1732Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color depiction of the interior of the synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. Postmarked 12 May 1970. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 105: RG-72.01.105, Synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, postcard, aerial view, 1732Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color, aerial depiction of the synagogue in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 106: RG-72.01.106, Synagogue in Aruba, 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Color depiction of the Beth Israel Synagogue in Oranjestad, Aruba, Netherlands Antilles. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 107: RG-72.01.107, Synagogue in Cracow, Poland, envelope with five famous synagogues, 1970Add to your cart.
Envelope sent from Jerusalem to Cracow, Poland, featuring illustrations of five famous synagogues around the world. Postmarked 1970.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 108: RG-72.01.108, Synagogue in Czestochowa, Poland, 1765Add to your cart.
Grainy black and white image of the synagogue in Czestochowa, Poland. Handwritten message on back in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 109: RG-72.01.109, Synagogue in Katowice, Poland, black and white, 1900Add to your cart.
Black and white street scene in Katowice, Poland, featuring the synagogue in the distance on the right. Handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 110: RG-72.01.110, Synagogue in Katowice, Poland, sepia, 1900Add to your cart.
Sepia street scene featuring a view of the front of the synagogue in Katowice, Poland. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 111: RG-72.01.111, Synagogue in Lodz, Poland, 1881Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the Great Synagogue in Lodz, Poland. Handwritten message on back in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 112: RG-72.01.112, Synagogue in Rzeszow, Poland, 18th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue in Rzeszow, Poland. Text in Polish.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 113: RG-72.01.113, Synagogue in Oradea, Romania, ca 1900Add to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Oradea, Romania. View from across the Crisul Repede River. Text in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 114: RG-72.01.114, Synagogue in Timisoara, Romania, street view, 1899Add to your cart.
Color illustration of a street scene outside the synagogue in Timisoara, Romania. Text in Romanian and Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 115: RG-72.01.115, Synagogue in Timisoara, Romania, view from the garden, 1899Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in Timisoara, Romania from across the garden in front. Text and handwritten note in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 116: RG-72.01.116, Synagogue in Kansk, Russia, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Kansk, Russia. Text in Russian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 117: RG-72.01.117, Synagogue in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white illustration of the synagogue in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, with a faded blue sky in the background. Text in Russian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 118: RG-72.01.118, Synagogue in Moscow, Russia, envelope with five famous synagogues, 1906Add to your cart.
Envelope sent from Jerusalem to Moscow. Envelope features illustrations of five famous synagogues around the world. Postmarked 1970.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 119: RG-72.01.119, Synagogue in Samara, Russia, 1908Add to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue in Samara, Russia. Text in Russian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 120: RG-72.01.120, Synagogue in Velikiye-Luki, Russia, 1901Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Velikiye-Luki, Russia. Text in Russian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 121: RG-72.01.121, Synagogue in Novi Sad, Serbia, Early 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Color illustration of a street scene and the synagogue in Novi Sad, Serbia. Handwritten message on back in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 122: RG-72.01.122, Synagogue in Subotica, Serbia, Early 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Sepia illustration of the synagogue in Subotica, Serbia.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 123: RG-72.01.123, Synagogue in Piestany, Slovakia, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue and a church in Piestany, Slovakia.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 124: RG-72.01.124, Synagogue in Senica, Slovakia, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white images of two synagogues and two churches in Senica, Slovakia. Text in Hungarian; handwriting in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 125: RG-72.01.125, Synagogue in Kimberley, South Africa, 1876Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in Kimberley, South Africa. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 126: RG-72.01.126, Synagogue in Pretoria, South Africa, 1898Add to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue in Pretoria, South Africa. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 127: RG-72.01.127, Synagogue in Toledo, Spain, 12th centuryAdd to your cart.
Envelope featuring an illustration of the Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue in Toledo, Spain. Text in Spanish.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 128: RG-72.01.128, Synagogue in Suriname, 18th centuryAdd to your cart.
Envelope featuring a color illustration of the synagogue in Suriname. Postmarked 28 August 1968.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 129: RG-72.01.129, Synagogue in La Chaux De Fonds, Switzerland, 18th centuryAdd to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in La Chaux De Fonds, Switzerland. Text and handwritten message in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 130: RG-72.01.130, Synagogue in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1910Add to your cart.
Sepia street scene outside the synagogue in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 131: RG-72.01.131, Synagogue in Tunis, Tunisia, envelope with five famous synagoguesAdd to your cart.
Envelope sent from Jerusalem to Tunis, featuring five of the most famous synagogues in the world. Postmarked 1970.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 132: RG-72.01.132, Synagogue in Chernovtsy, Russia, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in Chernovtsy, Russia, with people walking out.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 133: RG-72.01.133, Synagogue in Kiev, Ukraine, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white street view outside the synagogue in Kiev, Ukraine. There are people in front of the synagogue.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 134: RG-72.01.134, Synagogue in Odessa, Russia (Ukraine), Mid-19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Odessa, Russia (Ukraine). Text in Russian and French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 135: RG-72.01.135, Synagogue in Uzhgorod, Russia (Ukraine), color, 1901Add to your cart.
Color illustration of the synagogue in Uzhgorod, Russia (Ukraine). There is a group of people outside. Handwritten message in Czech.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 136: RG-72.01.136, Synagogue in Uzhgorod, Russia (Ukraine), black and white, 1910Add to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Uzhgorod, Russia (Ukraine).
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 137: RG-72.01.137, Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA, envelope with image of George Washington, 1763Add to your cart.
Envelope featuring an illustration of the Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA. The envelope also features an image of George Washington. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 138: RG-72.01.138, Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA, postcard, 1763Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a sepia-tone illustration of the synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Text in French and Hebrew.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 139: RG-72.01.139, Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA, envelope with San Diego postmark, 1763Add to your cart.
Envelope featuring a black and white photograph of the synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 140: RG-72.01.140, Synagogue in New York, USA, Shearith Israel, 1897Add to your cart.
Envelope sent from Jerusalem to New York, featuring five famous synagogues from around the world. Text in Hebrew, French, and English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 141: RG-72.01.141, Synagogue in Bielefeld, Germany, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Blank postcard featuring a black and white image of the synagogue in Bielefeld, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 142: RG-72.01.142, Synagogue in Heilbronn, Germany, 1870sAdd to your cart.
Sepia image of the synagogue in Heilbronn, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 143: RG-72.01.143, Synagogue in Eydtkuhnen, Germany, 1870Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring color illustrations of the town of Eydtkuhnen, Germany. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 144: RG-72.01.144, Synagogue in Bruchsal, Germany, 1881Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring color illustrations of Bruchsal, Germany. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 145: RG-72.01.145, Synagogue in Wiesbaden, Germany, 1869Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 146: RG-72.01.146, Synagogue in Siegen, Germany, 1904Add to your cart.
Blank postcard featuring a sepia image of the synagogue in Siegen, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 147: RG-72.01.147, Synagogue in San Francisco, California, USA, 1860Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the Temple Beth Israel in San Francisco, California, USA. Text and handwritten message in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 148: RG-72.01.148, Synagogue in Stanislau, Austria, Late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue in Stanislau, Austria. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 149: RG-72.01.149, Synagogue in Podhajce, Ukraine, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring an illustration of the synagogue in Podhajce, Ukraine. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 150: RG-72.01.150, Synagogue in Paderborn, Germany, 18th centuryAdd to your cart.
Sepia-tone image of the synagogue in Paderborn, Germany.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 151: RG-72.01.151, Synagogue in Lueneburg, Germany, 1890sAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the synagogue in Lueneburg, Germany. Text in German and French. Handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 152: RG-72.01.152, Synagogue in Kaliningrad, Russia, 1896Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the synagogue in Kaliningrad, Russia. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 153: RG-72.01.153, Synagogue in Hildesheim, Germany, 1849Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the synagogue in Hildesheim, Germany. Text in various European languages.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 154: RG-72.01.154, Synagogue in Hranice, Czech Republic, 1864Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the synagogue in Hranice, Czech Republic. Text in Czech.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 155: RG-72.01.155, Synagogue in Mikulov, Czech Republic, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white photograph of the front entrance to the synagogue in Mikulov, Czech Republic. Text in German. Handwritten message in Czech.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 156: RG-72.01.156, Synagogue in Rangoon, Myanmar, 1890sAdd to your cart.
Two color photographs of the interior of the synagogue in Rangoon, Myanmar.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 157: RG-72.01.157, Synagogue in Tiberias, Israel, 18th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white image of the synagogue in Tiberias, Israel.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 158: RG-72.01.158, Synagogue in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1833Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the synagogue in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Text in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 159: RG-72.01.159, Synagogue in Thann, France, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the interior of the synagogue in Thann, France during World War I. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 160: RG-72.01.160, Synagogue in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1892Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the Eutaw Place Synagogue in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Text and handwritten message in English.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 161: RG-72.01.161, Synagogue in Ben Gardane, Tunisia, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white image of the synagogue in Ben Gardane, Tunisia. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 162: RG-72.01.162, Synagogue in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, 1896Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the synagogue in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. Text and handwritten message in Croatian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 163: RG-72.01.163, Synagogue in Nagykikinda, Hungary, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white depiction of the synagogue in Nagykikinda, Hungary. Text and handwritten message in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 164: RG-72.01.164, Synagogue in Kisvarda, Hungary, 1801Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the synagogue in Kisvarda, Hungary. Text and handwritten message in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 165: RG-72.01.165, Synagogue in Kirovograd, Ukraine, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white depiction of the front and side of the synagogue in Kirovograd, Ukraine. Text in Ukrainian and French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 166: RG-72.01.166, Synagogue in Yevpatoriya, Ukraine, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white illustration of the interior of the synagogue in Yevpatoriya, Ukraine. Text in Ukrainian, French, and German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 167: RG-72.01.167, Synagogue in Goteborg, Sweden, 1855Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white illustration of the synagogue in Goteborg, Sweden. Text on front in Swedish. Text on back in various European languages.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 168: RG-72.01.168, Synagogue in Lodz, Poland, 1881Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring black and white images of the city of Lodz, Poland. Images include the Church of St. Matthias and the synagogue in Lodz. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 169: RG-72.01.169, Synagogue in Pardubice, Czech Republic, 1880Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the plaza outside the synagogue in Pardubice, Czech Republic. Handwritten message in Czech.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 170: RG-72.01.170, Synagogue in Belfort, France, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white depiction of the synagogue in Belfort, France. Text in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 171: RG-72.01.171, Synagogue in Beregovo, Ukraine, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring black and white images of the city of Beregovo, Ukraine. Included is an image of the synagogue there. Text and handwritten message in Hungarian.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 172: RG-72.01.172, Synagogue in Braila, Romania, 1836Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white city view of Braila, Romania. The synagogue in Braila is clearly visible in the center of the image. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 173: RG-72.01.173, Synagogue in Wroclaw (Breslau), Poland, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a sepia-tone illustration of the synagogue in Wroclaw (Breslau), Poland. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 174: RG-72.01.174, Synagogue in Dortmund, Germany, Second half of 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white photograph of the synagogue in Dortmund, Germany. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 175: RG-72.01.175, Synagogue in Dusseldorf, Germany, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Dusseldorf, Germany. Three children are standing across the street. Text in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 176: RG-72.01.176, Synagogue in Epernay, France, ca 1890Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white depiction of the front of the synagogue in Epernay, France. Text and handwritten message in French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 177: RG-72.01.177, Synagogue in Glogau, Poland, ca 1897Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the synagogue and hospital in Glogau, Poland, as well as the street outside. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 178: RG-72.01.178, Synagogue in Ingwiller, France, 1891Add to your cart.
Folding postcard featuring a city view of Ingwiller, France. Prominent features include the Evangelical church, the Catholic church, and the synagogue in Ingwiller. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 179: RG-72.01.179, Synagogue in Kaiserslautern, Germany, 1886Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring color illustrations of places around the city of Kaiserslautern, Germany. Included is an illustration of the synagogue in Kaiserslautern. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 180: RG-72.01.180, Synagogue in Cologne, Germany, 1899Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white illustration of the plaza and synagogue in Cologne, Germany. Text and handwritten message in German.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 181: RG-72.01.181, Synagogue in Kromeriz, Czech Republic, Early 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
Postcard featuring a black and white photograph of the plaza and synagogue in Kromeriz, Czech Republic. Text and handwritten message in Czech.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 182: RG-72.01.182, Synagogue in Liepaja, Latvia, 1872Add to your cart.
Postcard featuring a color illustration of the square and synagogue in Liepaja, Latvia. Text in Russian, German, and French.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 183: RG-72.01.183, Synagogue in Marianske Lazne (Marienbad), Czech Republic, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Black and white depiction of the synagogue in Marianske Lazne (Marienbad), Czech Republic, as well as the street and square outside. Text in German.
Sub-Collection 2: RG-72.02, Correspondence from and to ghettos, 1939 -- 1945Add to your cart.
This collection contains correspondence sent from various ghettos in German-occupied Europe, as well as correspondence sent to the ghettos from German-occupied and unoccupied contries
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
Correspondence between the belligerent countries during the Second World War
Personal correspondence
day-to-day life in ghettos
Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos
Krakow (Poland: Ghetto)
Kosow Lacki (Poland: Ghetto)
Stanislawow (Poland: Ghetto)
Zloczow (Poland: ghetto)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Glusk (Poland: Ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Sosnowitz (Poland: Ghetto)
Vilna (Poland: Ghetto)
Przemysl (Poland)
Opole (Lublin, Poland: Ghetto)
Correspondence between German-occupied and un-occupied territories
Genova (Italy)
Correspondence in German language
Correspondence in Polish language
The Holocaust in Poland
Living conditions in ghettos
Poland (1939--1945)
Italy (1940 -- 1945)
Paris (France)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Cracow (Poland)
Switzerland (1939 -- 1945)
Chiety (Italy)
Vienna (Austria)
Austria (1939--1945)
Skalat (Tarnopol, Poland)
Skalat (Ternopil, Ukraine)
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto
Inquiries sent to Jewish Councils (Judenraete), 1939 -- 1945
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
Nancy (France)
Konskie (Poland)
Judenrat in Konskie, Poland
Kosow Lacki (Poland)
Glusk (Lublin, Poland)
Piotrkow (Poland)
Comercial operations in German-occupied Poland
Lausanne (Switzerland)
Soviet Exile, 1939 -- 1945
Ankashevo (Novosibirsk, USSR)
Novosibirsk (USSR: Region)
Correspondence in Russian language
Lisbon (Portugal)
Portugal (1939 -- 1945)
Correspondence between German-occupied territories and neutral countries
Miedliborzyce (Poland: Ghetto)
Departments of Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in German-occupied and controlled territories
Sosnowiec (Poland: ghetto)
Concentration camps, German
Gelenau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Forced labor in concentration camps
Forced labor in factories
Jewish Order Police in ghettos
Jewish Order Police in Wilno (Wilna, Vilnius) ghetto, 1941 -- 1944
Correspondence in Lithuanian language
Postal stamps of the Lodz Ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Budapest (Hungary)
Opole (Lublin, Poland)
Jewish Social Self-Help Council in Konska Wola, Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Konska Wola (Poland)
St. Gallen (Switzerland)
Creators:
Ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Jewish Councils (Judenrate) (1939 -- 1945)
Departments of Jewish Councils (Judenrate), Second World War (1939 -- 1945)
relief and rehabilitation organizations (1945 -- 1950)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.02.01, Postcard from Amalia Lehser in Krakow Ghetto to Fratllie Kreh in Genova, Italy, 28 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Amalia Lehrer to the brothers Kreh in Genova, Italy. The postcard was sent from Krakow Ghetto. Mrs. Lehrer asks for fruit to be sent to her. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Cracow (Poland: Ghetto)
Cracow (Poland)
Genova (Italy)
Correspondence between German-occupied and un-occupied territories
Poland (1939 --1945)
Italy (1940 -- 1945)
Amalia Lehser, resident of the Cracow Ghetto
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Amalia Lehser, resident of the Cracow Ghetto (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.02.02, Postcard  from L. Rudy in Kosow Lacki ghetto to Chawa Ruda in Paris, 7 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from L.Rudd in Kosow to Chawa Ruda in Paris. Written on 7 September 1942. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Kosow Lacki (Poland: Ghetto)
Paris (France)
Jewish refugees from Poland in France, 1939 --1945
Correspondence between German-occupied and un-occupied territories
day-to-day life in ghettos
The Holocaust in Poland
L. Rudy, resident of the Kosow Lacki ghetto, Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Correspondence in Polish language
Creators:
L. Rudy, resident of the Kosow Lacki ghetto, Poland (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.02.03, From L. Rudy to M.A. Rudy in Paris, Kosow Lacki ghetto postcard, 9 August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from L.Rudy in Kosow to A.Rudy in Paris, written on 9 August 1942. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Kosow Lacki (Poland: Ghetto)
day-to-day life in ghettos
Paris (France)
The Holocaust in Poland
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Poland (1939 --1945)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Creators:
L. Rudy, resident of the Kosow Lacki ghetto, Poland (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.02.04, Postcard from Chawa Pejorel in Kosow Lacki ghetto to A. Rudy in Paris, 16 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Ch. Pegiel, Kosow Lacki, to A. Rudy in Paris; written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Kosow Lacki (Poland: Ghetto)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
L. Rudy, resident of the Kosow Lacki ghetto, Poland
day-to-day life in ghettos
Jewish refugees from Poland in France, 1939 --1945
Paris (France)
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Creators:
Chawa Pejorel, resident of Kosow Lacki ghetto, 1942 (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.02.05, Postcard from Marien Hersig in Krakow  to Ms. Austern in La Chaux de Fonds Switzerland, 24 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Mariem Herzig, Krakow, to C.Austern in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Krakow (Poland: Ghetto)
Cracow (Poland: Ghetto)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence between German-occupied territories and neutral countries
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Switzerland (1939 -- 1945)
La Chaux de Fonds (Switzerland)
Creators:
Marien Hersig, resident of the Cracow ghetto, 1942 (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.02.06, Postcard from Berta Morgen in  Stanislawow ghetto to Filipo Kowner in Chiety, Italy, 7 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Morgen Bertha, Stanislaw, to Filipo Konner in Chiety, Italy. The author was sick and therefore not able to write, he asks for God's help. He asks Filipo to write more often because it is his only happiness, also he cannot receive packages anymore. He sends greetings and regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Stanislawow (Poland: Ghetto)
Stanislaviv (Poland)
Stanislaviv (Poland: Ghetto)
Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
District Galicia, German-occupied administrative division in Poland
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Chiety (Italy)
Poland (1939 --1945)
Italy (1940 -- 1945)
Creators:
Berta Morgen, resident of Stanislawow ghetto, Poland (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.02.07, Postcard from J. Nowak in Zloczow ghetto to J. Taborsky in Vienna, 13 October 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Zloczow Ghetto to I.Taborsky in Vienna. He received a postcard and is happy to hear they are healthy. He received money from the uncle and pictures. He also writes about problems in receiving packages and letters. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Zlowczow (Poland: Ghetto)
Zolochiv (Poland: Ghetto)
Zolochiv (Ukraine)
Zloczow (Poland)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
District Galicia, German-occupied administrative division in Poland
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence in German language
Jewish Council of Zloczow, 1941 -- 1943
Vienna (Austria)
The Holocaust in General Government (German-occupied Poland)
The Holocaust in Eastern Galicia
Poland (1939 --1945)
Ukraine (1941-1945)
Austria (1939--1945)
Creators:
J. Nowak, resident of Zloczow ghetto, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.02.08,Postcard from Regina Perlmutter from Slalat, Poland  to the Judenrat of Lodz, inquiry, 16 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Regina Perlmutter to the Judenrat in Lodz. Mrs. Perlmutter wants to find her relatives and asks the Judenrat for help. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
Correspondence between Germany-occupied territoreis
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Skalat (Tarnopol, Poland)
Skalat (Ukraine)
Skalat (Ternopil, Ukraine)
Skalat (Poland: Ghetto)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
District Galicia, German-occupied administrative division in Poland
Tarnopol (Poland: Province)
Ternopil (Ukraine: Province)
Poland (1939 --1945)
Ukraine (1941-1945)
The Holocaust in Poland
Holocaust in Ukraine
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Regina Pelmuter, resident of the Skalat ghetto in Tarnopol province, Poland (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.02.09, Inquiry  from Otto Tuchmayer in Nancy, France to the Jewish Council of Lodz, 13 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Mr. Tuchmayer in Nancy yo Mr. Rumkowski, Chairman of Jewish Council, in Lodz. Tuchmayer asks Rumkowski for help to find his family because he has not heard of them in a while. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Nancy (France)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Otto Tuchmayer, Jewish refugeee to France from Poland, 1941 (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.02.10, Inquiry for the Jewis Council in  Konskie, Poland to the Jewish Council in Lodz, ca 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Inquiry for the Jewis Council in  Konskie, Poland to the Jewish Council in Lodz
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Judenraete--Poland (1939-1945)
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto
Judenrat in Konskie, Poland
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz (Poland)
Konskie (Poland)
Correspondence between Germany-occupied territoreis
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Konskie (Poland: Ghetto)
The Holocaust in Poland
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in Poland, 1939 --1944
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
Judenraet in Konskie Ghetto, Poland (ca 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.02.11, Postcard from L. Rudy in Kosow-Lacki, Poland to A. Rudy in Paris, 6 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from L.Rudy to A. Rudy in Paris, written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
Kosow Lacki (Poland: Ghetto)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Kosow Lacki (Poland)
Jewish refugees from Poland in France, 1939 --1945
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Paris (France)
France (1940 -- 1945)
Correspondence in Polish language
Creators:
L. Rudy, resident of the Kosow Lacki ghetto, Poland (1942)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.02.12, Postcard from Glusk, Poland  to  Heinz Seelig in Berlin, 12 September 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Glusk, Poland to Heinz Seelig in Berlin. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Poland (1939 --1945)
The Holocaust in Poland
Glusk (Lublin, Poland)
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Berlin (Germany)
Germany (1939--1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Residents of German-occupied Polish towns, 1939 -- 1945 (1939 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.02.13, Postal document prooving shipment  of medications from a perfume factory of W. Seeger in Warsaw to the firm of Adam Bald in Piotrkow, Poland, 25 February 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal document prooving shipment of medications from a perfume factory of W. Seeger in Warsaw to the firm of Adam Bald in Piotrkow, Poland. Amount  is 679 Zloty.
Subject/Index Terms:
Warsaw (Poland)
Generalgouvernement
Perfume factory of W. Seeger in Warsaw, 1943
Adam Bald Warehouse of pharmalogical commodities, paints and photo-instruments, Piotrkow, 1943
Postal documentation of wartime, Poland, 1939 --1945
Commercial operations in wartime Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Piotrkow (Poland)
Business operations in German-occupied Poland, 1939 -- 1945
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Correspondence in German language
Postal forms in German language
Creators:
W. Seeger, the factory of perfumes in Warsaw (February 1943)
Adam Bald, the Warehouse of Pharmacological Materials, paints and photographic instruments, 1943 (1943)
wartime postal documents, 1939 -- 1945 (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.02.14, Document from the Uruguayan legislature certifying that Anna Ciechanow manages administrative affairs of the Uruguayan Consulate General in Warsaw, 21 September 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Document from the Uruguayan legislature certifying that Anna Ciechanow manages administrative affairs of the Uruguayan Consulate General in Warsaw. Written in French.
Subject/Index Terms:
Poland (1939 --1945)
Proof of employment
Embassies and consulates
Ciechanow, Anna
Uruguayan Consulate General
Warsaw (Poland)
Anna Ciechanow, employee of the Consulate General of Uruguay in Warsaw, 1939
Creators:
Ambassies and Consulates (1933 -- 1945)
Consulate General of Uruguay in Warsaw, 1939 (1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.02.15, Postcard from Warsaw ghetto to Lausanne, Switzerland, written to Alfred Schwonbaum, 7 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Warsaw Ghetto to Lausanne, Switzerland, written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of Warsaw
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Warsaw ghetto
Warsaw (Poland)
Lausanne
Lausanne (Switzerland)
day-to-day life in ghettos
day-to-day life in the Warsaw ghetto
Correspondence in Polish language
Poland (1939 --1945)
Switzerland (1939 -- 1945)
Jewish-Polish refugees in Switzerland
Creators:
Residents of the Warsaw Ghetto (1940 --1943)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.02.16, Postcard from Amelia Goldfajn in Warsaw ghetto to Ia. I. Goldfajn in Soviet exile, Akashevo, Novosibirsk region, the USSR, 11 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Warsaw ghetto to Soviet exile, Novosibirsk region, Russia, written from Amelia Goldfajn to Ta. T. Goldfajn, 11 February 1941. Written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Ankashevo (Novosibirsk, USSR)
Deportation to Soviet Exile, 1939 -- 1941
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Warsaw (Poland)
Soviet Exile
Novosibirsk (USSR: Region)
I. Goldfajn, Soviet Exile, 1939 -- 1945
Correspondence between German-occupied territories and neutral countries
Correspondence to the Soviet Exile, 1939 -- 1945
Poland (1939 --1945)
Correspondence in Polish language
The USSR (1941--1945)
Creators:
Amelia Goldfajn, resident of the Warsaw ghetto (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Residents of the Warsaw Ghetto (1940 --1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.02.17, Postcard from Abram Zelmans in Warsaw ghetto to Bernardino Szwarzbard in Lisbon, Portugal, 20 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Warsaw ghetto to Lisbon, Portugal, written from Abram Zelmans to Bernardino Szwarzbard. Abram sends greetings and thanks for the package. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jewish-Polish refugees in Portugal, 1939 -- 1945
Abram Zeelmans, resident of the Warsaw Ghetto
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw ghetto
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence in German language
Poland (1939 --1945)
Portugal (1939 -- 1945)
The Holocaust in Poland
Creators:
Abram Zelmans, resident of the Warsaw Ghetto, 1941 (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Residents of the Warsaw Ghetto (1940 --1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.02.18, Postcard from M. Leblang in Modliborzyce ghetto (Krasna) to Klara Leblang in Vienna, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.18, Postcard from M. Leblang in Modliborzyce ghetto (Krasna) to Klara Leblang in Vienna, 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
correspondence to and from ghettos
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Modliborzyce (Poland: Ghetto)
Modliborzyce (Poland)
Residents of the ghettos, correspondence
Vienna (Austria)
day-to-day life in ghettos
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Austria (1939--1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
M. Leblang, resident of Modliborzyce ghetto, 1941 (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.02.19, Envelope from the Labor Department, Metal-working division of the Jewish Council of Lodz GhettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.19, Envelope from the Labor Department, Metal-working division of the Jewish Council of Lodz Ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Factories and workshops in the Lodz Ghetto
Labor Department of the Jewish Council of the Lodz Ghetto
Labor departments of Jewish Councils (Judenraete)
Departments of Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in German-occupied and controlled territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto
Official correspondence from the Jewish Council of Lodz, 1940 --1944
Businesses in the Lodz Ghetto
Industrial production in the Lodz Ghetto
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
Labor Department of the Jewish Council of Lodz (1940 -- 1944)
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Metalworking division of the Labor Departmetn of the Jewish Council of Lodz (1940 --1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.02.20, A request for mainting a tellephone line by the Jewish Council of Lodz and trasferring it to a ghetto pharmacy, 3 May 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.20, A request for mainting a tellephone line by the Jewish Council of Lodz and trasferring it to a ghetto pharmacy, 3 May 1940
Subject/Index Terms:
Inter-ghetto correspondence, Lodz Ghetto
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Pharmacies in the ghettos, 1940 -- 1945
Pharmacies in Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Departments of Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in German-occupied and controlled territories
Departments of the Jewish Council of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto
Official correspondence from the Jewish Council of Lodz, 1940 --1944
Telephones in the ghettos, 1940 -- 1944
Polish Telephone Company in Lodz, 1939 -- 1945
The Holocaust in Poland
Interdepartmental documentation of the Jewish Council of Lodz
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Management of the Lodz telephone lines (1939 --1945)
Pharmacies in the Lodz Ghetto, 1940  - 1944 (1940 -- 1940)
Chaim Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish council in Lodz (1940--1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.02.21, Postcard from Jacob Israel Frim in Sosnowiec ghetto to Sara Frim in a Jewish female concentration camp Gelenau, Germany, 4 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Jacob Israel Frim in Sosnowitz to Sara Frim in the Jewish Women's Camp Gelenau, Germany, 4 May 1943. He received the postcards but still wants the family to write more often. He asks if everyone is healthy and that they are missing Sara every day. They will send her everything that she needs. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jewish Council in Sosnowiec Ghetto, Poland, 1943
Female prisoners of the German concentration camps
correspondence to and from ghettos
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Prisoner letters
Gellenau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
day-to-day life in ghettos
Sara Frim, prisoner of the female German concentration camp Gellenau, 1943
Correspondence between ghettos and concentration camps, 1940 -- 1944
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Sosnowiec; Sosnowitz (Upper Silesia, Poland)
Germany (1939--1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Jacob Israel Frim, resident of the Sosnowiec Ghetto, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.02.22, Postcard from Frida Faiman in Sosnowiec ghetto, Poland  to Sara Frim in a Jewish female concentration camp Gelenau, Germany, 13 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Frida Faiman in Sosnowiec ghetto, Poland to Sara Frim at the Jewish Women's Camp Gellenau, Germany, 13 July 1943. Frida wants to know if Sara received all the packages and asks Sara to write more. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
Correspondence between ghettos and concentration camps, 1939 -- 1944
Sara Frim, prisoner of the female German concentration camp Gellenau, 1943
Gellenau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Concentration camps, German
Sosnowiec (Poland: ghetto)
Sosnowiec; Sosnowitz (Upper Silesia, Poland)
day-to-day life in ghettos
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Cenzorship in the concentration camp correspondence
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Germany (1939--1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Frida Faiman, resident of Sosnowiec ghetto, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Residents of the Warsaw Ghetto (1940 --1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.02.23, Arrest order issued by the Ghetto Police prosecutor. It reads, Aron Gras is to b arrested immideiately for the theft and violance . The order is given to the Jewish Order Police of  the Wilno, Vilnius, Vilna ghetto, 9 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.23, Arrest order issued by the Prosecutor of the Jewish Order Police of the Wilno ghetto. The order reads, Aron Grac is to be arrested immidieately for theft and violance. The order is given to the Jewish Order Police of the Wilna ghetto.
Subject/Index Terms:
Ghetto Police
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Vilna ghetto
Collaboration of Jewish order police with German police and security forces in the ghettos
Jewish Order Police of the Wilno (Vilnius, Vilna) ghetto
Criminal division of the Jewish Order Police of the Wilno gheto
Arrest orders issued by the Prosecutor Office of the Jewish Order Police of the Wilno Ghetto
Wilno (Lithuania: Ghetto)
Vilnius (Lithuania: Ghetto)
Vilna (Lithuania: Ghetto)
Vilnius (Lithuania)
The Holocaust in Lithuania, 1941 -- 1945
Collaboration between the members of Jewish councils and German administration
Collaboration of Jewish Order Police in the ghettos with German administration
Arrests by Jewish police in the ghettos
day-to-day life in ghettos
Lithuania (1941 -- 1945)
Documents in German language
Creators:
Ghetto Police
Judischer Ordnungdienst, Jewish Order Police in the Wilno Ghetto, 1941 -- 1944 (1941 -- 1944)
Judischer Ordnungsdienst, Jewish order police (circa 1942)
Prosecutor of the Jewish Order Police in the Wilno Ghetto, 1942 (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.02.24, Postcard from Cecilia Wroclawska in Czestochowa ghetto to Alfred Schwarzbaum in Lausanne, Switzerland, 22 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.24, Postcard from Cecilia Wroclawska in Czestochowa ghetto to Alfred Schwarzbaum in Lausanne, Switzerland, 22 November 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Judenraete (Jewish councils)
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence between German-occupied territories and neutral countries
day-to-day life in ghettos
Cecilia Wroclawska, resident of the Czestochowa ghetto
Residents of the ghettos, correspondence
The Holocaust in Poland
Czestochowa (Poland: ghetto)
Tschenstochau (Poland)
Tschenstochau (Poland: Ghetto)
Lausanne (Switzerland)
Poland (1939 --1945)
Switzerland (1939 -- 1945)
Correspondence in German language
Alfred Schwarzbaum, Jewish-Polish refugeee in Switzerland
Jewish-Polish refugees in Switzerland
Creators:
Cececilia Wrosclawska, resident of Czestochowa Ghetto, 1941 (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.02.25, Postal stamps from Lodz  (Litzmannstadt) ghetto featuring Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish CouncilAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.25, Postal stamps from Lodz  (Litzmannstadt) ghetto featuring Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish Council
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
day-to-day life in ghettos
Department of Jewish postal service of the Jewish Council in the Lodz ghetto
day-to-day life in the Lodz Ghetto
Organization of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Hierarchy of the Lodz Ghetto
The Role of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Phenomenon of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Postal service in the Lodz Ghetto (1940 --1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.02.26,  Postal stamps from Lodz  (Litzmannstadt) ghetto featuring Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish CouncilAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal stamps from Lodz  (Litzmannstadt) ghetto featuring Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish Council
Subject/Index Terms:
Department of Jewish postal service of the Jewish Council in the Lodz ghetto
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto
Organization of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Hierarchy of the Lodz Ghetto
Phenomenon of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Phenomenology of Chaim Rumkowski
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
History of Lodz Ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Creators:
Postal service in the Lodz Ghetto (1940 --1944)
Chaim Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish council in Lodz (1940--1944)
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.02.27, Postcard from Terezie Brodawka in Lodz ghetto to Sofie Prosecky in Bohemia, 27 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Terezie Brodawka in Lodz ghetto to Sofie Prosecky in Bohemia. Terezie writes that she is healthy and that she did not receive messages from Prague. She asks about the wellbeing of all the relatives. Written in German, May 1944.
Subject/Index Terms:
Residents of the ghettos, correspondence
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
correspondence to and from ghettos
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Residents of the Lodz ghetto, 1940 -1944
Deportees to the Lodz Ghetto, 1942 -- 1944
Jewish deportees from Bohemia to the Lodz Ghetto, 1942 -- 1944
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Organization of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Hierarchy of the Lodz Ghetto
Phenomenon of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
The Holocaust in Poland
The Holocaust in Bohemia and Moravia
Poland (1939 --1945)
Czechoslovakia (1939 -- 1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Terezie Brodawka, deportees to the Lodz ghetto from Prague (1942 -- 1944)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Residents of the Lodz ghetto, 1940 --1944 (1940 --1944)
Deportees from Bohemia to the Lodz ghetto (1942 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.02.28, A memo and invoice  addressed to the Chairman of the Jewish Council  of the Lodz ghetto, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.28, A memo and invoice  addressed to the Chairman of the Jewish Council  of the Lodz ghetto, 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz Ghetto
Departments of the Jewish Council of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Business-related correspondence
Organization of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
Industrial production in the Lodz Ghetto
Hierarchy of the Lodz Ghetto
Phenomenon of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
The Role of Mordechaj Chaim Rumkowski in the Lodz ghetto, 1940 -- 1944
Commercial operations in wartime Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Commercial operations in the Lodz Ghetto, 1940 --1944
The Holocaust in Poland
Documents in German language
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
German governmental institutions, customs (1939 --1945)
German offiical documentation (1939 -1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.02.29, Postcard from Budapest to Man Wozasek in Lodz Ghetto, 24 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.29, Postcard from Budapest to Man Wozasek in Lodz ghetto. The sender did not receive any letters since October and he would like to know if the addressee received the money he sent. He is alive, he works every day but does not want to get together with people. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
correspondence to and from ghettos
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Budapest (Hungary)
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Hungary (1939--1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Unknown senders (1939 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.02.30, Postcard from Hanns Israel Kaufmann in Opole ghetto near Lublin to Dr. Rudolf Kronegg in Vienna, 30 April 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.30, Postcard from Hanns Israel Kaufmann in Opole ghetto near Lublin to Dr. Rudolf Kronegg in Vienna,  30 April 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
day-to-day life in ghettos
The Holocaust in Poland
Hans Israel Kaufman, resident of the Oplole ghetto near Lublin, Poland, 1941
Opole (Lublin, Poland)
Opole (Lublin, Poland: Ghetto)
Poland (1939 --1945)
Vienna (Austria)
Austria (1939--1945)
Creators:
Hans Israel Kaufman, resident of Opole ghetto near Lublin, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Residents of the ghettos, Poland (1939 -1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.02.31, Envelope fragment addressed to the Jewish Self-Help Social Council in Konska Wola, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
RG-72.02.31, Envelope fragment addressed to the Jewish Self-Help Social Council in Konska Wola, ca  1942
Subject/Index Terms:
day-to-day life in ghettos
Jewish Social Self-Help Organization in Konska Wola, Poland, 1942
Jewish relief and social aid organizations in Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
correspondence to and from ghettos
Konska Wola (Poland)
The Holocaust in Poland
Poland (1939 --1945)
Creators:
Unknown senders (1939 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.02.32, Postcard from Saly Mayer in St. Gallen, Switzerland to Josef Sumpf in Przemysl, Poland, the USSR, 19 November 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Saly Mayer in St. Gallen, Switzerland to Josef Sumpf in Przemysl, Poland. Mayer is assigned to let Sumpf know that Mr. Charles Schwarz is doing well. He did not receive any letters from him so he wishes to know if he is doing fine. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between relatives and friends in German-occupied Europe
Correspondence between German-occupied territories and neutral countries
Correspondence between occupied and unoccupied territories
Josef Sumpf, resident of Przemysl, Poland, 1940
General-Government (German-occupied Poland, 1939-1945)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
Soviet annexation of Eastern Galicia, September 1939
Przemysl (Poland)
Returned correspondence, 1939 -- 1945
The Holocaust in Poland
St. Gallen (Switzerland)
Poland (1939 -- 1941)
Switzerland (1939 -- 1945)
Correspondence in German language
Creators:
Saly Mayer, resident of St. Gallen, Switzerland, 1949 (1940)
Sub-Collection 3: RG-72.03, Correspondence from and to concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945Add to your cart.

This collection coprises the following sub-collections of correspondence from and to Nazi concentration camps:

RG-72.03.01, Dutka Collection, Ravensbrueck concentrtion camp; RG-72.03.02, Dachau 3K Camp; RG-72.03.03, Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp; RG-72.03.04, Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp; RG-72.03.06, Auschwitz concentration camps; RG-72.03.07, Buchenwald concentration camp; RG-72.03.09, Ravensbrueck concentration camp; RG-72.03.10, Gross Rosen concentration camp; RG-72.03.11, Majdanek concentration camp; RG-72.03.12, Flossenbuerg Concentration camp; RG-72.03.13, Stutthof Concentration camp; RG-72.03.14, Jasenovac Concentration camp; RG-72.03.15, Mauthausen Concentration camp

Letters, largely, are written in German and contains only allowed by the camp authorities content. Inmates were allowed inquiries about the family affairs, request for parcels and could not write about the life in the camp. Any complaints or details about the life in the camp had been striken out by censors.

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Concentration camps, German
Dachau (Concentration camp)
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Gusen (Austria: concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Majdanek (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Stutthof, German Concentration camp
Stutthov (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Mauthausen (Austria: Concentration Camp)
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Collection of Folder-Level 1: RG-72.03.01, Dutka Collection, Ravensbrueck concentrtion camp, 1941 --1943Add to your cart.
Collection of letters written by Polish female prisoner Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna) to her mother, Rozalia Dutka in Limanowa, Poland (General Government)
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Living conditions in concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Concentration camps for women, German
Germany (1939--1945)
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Creators:
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.01.01, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 22 March 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
correspondence to and from concentration camps
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.01.02, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 1 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna, Ravensbrueck letter, written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.01.03, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 14 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Written by Sofia Dutkowna to her siblings. She received letters and packages, but she reminds the family that they cannot send bread or fruit because the packages take a long time to arrive. She is glad to hear that everything is good on the farm and sends regards. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.01.04, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 16 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the letters and is glad that the brother writes to her frequently. She is healhty and does not need clothes to be sent to her. She asks about the farm and sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.01.05, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 18 August 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the letter and is glad to hear that everything on the farm is going well. She asks them to not send more packages because she has everything she needs. She will let them know if she needs more and sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.01.06, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 20 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the letter and loves to hear that everybody is healthy. She also received the packages but only needs them once a month. She asks about the farm and sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.01.07, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 21 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.01.08, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 21 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her children. She received the letter and says that she is home with her family in her thoughts. She asks the family to write more clearly because she had difficulties to read the last letters. She received 25 RM but she will not use it because she has no need for it. She sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.01.09, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 23 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her sister. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.01.10, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 23 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She did not receive any letter this month, but she lets the family know that she is healthy. She expects news on the harvest and reminds them to spare enough food for the winter. She sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.01.11, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 26 January 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
List of regulations concerning incoming packages. You may not send fruit, vegetables or fresh bread as well as certified mail and express mail. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.01.12, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 27 January 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the letter that thanks her family for the Christmas wishes. She asks them to write more on their wellbeing and on the farm and the restaurant. She does not need money and will thank everybody in person for their prayers and good thoughts as soon as she gets back. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.01.13, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 30 April 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.01.14, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 30 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the last letter and is glad to hear that everyone is healthy. She asks about whereabouts of different persons and about the farm. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.01.15, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 30 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. Lets them know that she is healthy and asks for a letter with information on the family and if they have enough to eat. She does not need any packages, if she needs them she will let them know. She sends her best Christmas and New Year's wishes. Personal regards to different people. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.01.16, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 30 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the last letter and is glad that everyone is healthy. She asks about the farm, the wheat and the harvest. She thanks everyone for their wishes and thoughts and sends regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.01.17, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 30 November 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She thanks them for the letter and writes that she is glad everyone is healthy. She received the package and saved all the food for Christmas because she is aware that she will not be with her family that year. She asks about the wheat and the harvest. She does not need any more packages. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.01.18, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 31 August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the letter from July 1 and is very happy to hear that the brother will come home soon. She asks about the weather and the harvest. She is glad to hear that everybody is working so hard and she promises to help and make their lives better when she gets home. She sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.01.19, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 31 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. Has received the letter and is happy to hear that everyone is healthy. She is so sorry that everyone has to work hard and she cannot help. She prays for health and endurance during the hard work. Sofia received all the money but she does not understand what the family wrote about Jasiek. She asks about the harvest and sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.01.20, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the last letter and was very worried that something bad might happen to her brother during the war. So she asks everybody to sign the next letters so that she knows that everybody is still there. She received the Easter package but does not need more clothing. She needs one bread a month and one piece of soap. She sends her regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.01.21, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, DecemberAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the last letter and asks for a postcard with a picture from home. She asks about the harvest and says she will cook a lot of good food when she gets home. Regards to everybody. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.01.22, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, DecemberAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the letter and is glad that everyone is healthy. She hopes that she will see her whole family again soon. She asks to receive 5 stamps. Sofia is healthy and says the family shall not worry. Regards to everybody. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.01.23, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, FebruaryAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the letter and says she has hope because her brother writes her funny letters. She thanks everybody for thinking of her and for sending her money, but she doesn not need the money. If God will allow her to come back home she promises to make everybody's life better. Regards to everyone. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.01.24, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, FebruaryAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family, written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.03.01.25, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family.  She received the last letter and the package. She is expecting to receive money in the following days but asks the family to not send her anymore apart from that. She asks for a new letter on the family's well-beings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.03.01.26, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, January 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the last letter and is glad that everyone is healthy. She also received a package with white bread and she asks for another package for the Easter holidays. She is healthy and hopes to see her family soon. She sends regards to everyone. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.03.01.27, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, May 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her Family. Old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.03.01.28, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her siblings. She received the last letter and is happy to hear that everyone is healthy because she worries about them a lot. She liked the package with food that she received and asks her family to send her washing soap and bread. Apart from that she does not need anything more. She is healthy. She asks about her relatives and sends her best regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.03.01.29, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), letter from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, SeptemberAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her family. She received the last letter and thanks her family for all the prayers. She is healthy and does not want her siblings to worry about her. She does not need money and sends all her regards home. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.03.01.30, Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), postcard from Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, 22 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sofia Dutkowna writes to her sister. She received the last letter and feels healthy. She believes that God will send her back home soon. She asks her sister to send her a letter on the family's well-being and on the harvest. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Concentration camps for women, German
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.03.01.31, Sofia Dutkowna, Ravensbrueck postcard.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Sofia Dutkowna, written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Concentration camps for women, German
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence from and to the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck, Germany
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Packages and money sent and received in Nazi-German concentration camps
Political prisoners, Polish
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck
Structure of the Nazi Concentration camps
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Sofia Dutka (Dutkowna), prisoner of the female concentration camp Ravensbrueck (1941 -- 1943)
Collection of Folder-Level 2: RG-72.03.02, Dachau 3K Camp, Dachau concentration camp, 1934 -- 1945Add to your cart.
Collection of letters written by prisoners of Dachau concentration camp to their family members and friends. There are also responses to these letter, all written in German language. This collection comprises correspondence from Jewish and non Jewish prisoners
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Kottern, sub-camp of Dachau concentration camp
Heppenheim, sub-camp of Dachau concentration camp
Kalisz (Poland)
Bruntal (Czech Republic)
Koenigshutte (Germany)
Posen (Poland)
Kolaczye (Poland)
Poznan (Poland)
Lakouce (Czech Pepublic)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Dachau 3K concentration camp (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.02.01, From Bruno Tyczewski to Tyczewski, Dachau 3K,  letter, 13 December 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Bruno Tyczewski to Mrs. Tyczewski, Dachau 3K,  letter, written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Bruno Tyczewski, prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Concentration camp)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Bruno Tyczewski, prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.02.02, From Jan Tomasek to Anezka Tomaskova, Dachau 3K, letter, 25 June 1944, 25 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

From Jan Tomasek to Anezka Tomaskova. He writes to his wife and children and lets them know that he did not write in a while because he is only allowed two letters a month. He is thinking about his wife all the time and he is happy to hear that everybody is healthy. He says his son shall always be kind and when he gets back he will buy him a horse. He hopes for his on to become a farmer in the future. He wants his wife to inform him on when she will get surgery.

Jan received the packages and especially liked the cake and the yoghurt. He asks for a new package with shoes and clothing and food. He sends his best regards to the whole family. Written in German.

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Correspondence between Jewish Councils in German-occupied and controlled territoreis
Jan Tomasek, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Creators:
Jan Tomasek, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.02.03, From Josef Goralski to Roman Stupecki, Dachau 3K letter, 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Josef Goralski to Roman Stupecki. Goralski received packages and letters, he advises Roman to pack all the food very carefully next time because of the package's long journey. Bread shall not be fresh and sent as a whole. Josef can only write to one address that is why he did not write to other people so far. He is healthy and sends all his regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Josef Goralski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Josef Goralski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.02.04, From Karel Vysehradsky to Karel Vysehradsky, Dachau 3K [Heppenheim sub camp] letter 6 June 1943, 6 June 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Karel Vysehradsky to Karel Vysehradsky. He received the package and lets the family know that he is healthy and sending greetings. Please do not send him the vitamins anymore. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Karel Vysehradsky, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Karel Vysehradsky, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.02.05, From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Wanda Dryglowa , Dachau 3 K [SS Kottern labor sub camp], 3 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Wanda Dryglowa. He thanks Wanda for her letters. He received all of them in these dangerous times. He is healthy and does not lose faith in better times and their reunion. He cannot receive packages anymore. He feels that this Christmas might be the last one that the family has to celebrate without him. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.02.06, From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska, Dachau 3K [SS Kottern labor sub camp] letter, 16 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska in JasloThere is a change of address. He left Dachau after 1.5 years there. He has been transferred  to a new place, 150 km away. He is sad to leave the friends in Dachau. Tadeusz Pelezrski writes how he celebrated Holidays. He is sure that he will be back home in the following year. He asks questions with regard the last letter he received from home. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.02.07, From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska, Dachau 3K [SS Kottern labor sub camp] letter, 2 July 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska. Thanks for the letter and the package. He likes to hear more details about the family daily life. He believes that war will end soon. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.02.08, From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska, Dachau 3K [SS Kottern labor sub camp] letter, 4 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska. Tadeusz Pelezarksi explains why he did not write for a long time. He is happy about the family members, who are getting married. He asks about the weather.  He confirms receipt of packages.He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.02.09, From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska, Dachau 3K [SS Kottern labor sub camp] letter 14 May 1944, 14 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Tadeusz Pelezarski to Janina Pelezarska. He sends thanks for her letters and tells them not to be worried about his transfer. He is excited to be reunited with his family soon. He is well and healthy and describes his new work assignment in the town of transfer. He describes the landscape of this town and requests that less special food and more bread would be send to him. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.02.10, From Wolf Halm to Rosa Halm,  Dachau postcard, 16 August 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Wolf Halm to Rosa Halm He received the letter and money and asks them to send more money. He asks Rosa to please take care of his mother. He sends birthday wishes.Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Wolf Halm, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Wolf Halm, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1938 (1938)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.02.11, Letter from Janusz Rapacz, Dachau 3K camp to Zofia Rapacz, Ravensbrueck camp, 6 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Janusz Rapacz, Dachau 3K camp to Zofia Rapacz. He is very concerned because he did not receive a message from home but he is healthy. He received a package from the Red Cross for Christmas. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Janusz Rafacz, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Janusz Rapacz, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1945 (1945)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.02.12, From Marze in Dachau to his wife Marta Marze, dated 22 April 1934, 22 April 1934Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Otto Marze in Dachau to his wife Marta Marze. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Otto Marse, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Otto Marze, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1934 (1934)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.02.13, Postcard sent from Povolny in Dachau to Erna Rosecky in Vienna, 10 August 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Povolny in Dachau to Erna Rosecky. He sends greetings, thanks for the letter. He has not heard of Rudel. Povolny will write more soon. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.02.14, Account activity for prisoner Felix Naskrecki in Dachau concentration camp, 10 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Account activity for prisoner Felix Naskrecki in Dachau concentration camp, 10 May 1942.
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.02.15, Letter and envelope from Felix Naskrecki in Dachau concentration camp to Johanna Nasrecka in Kalisz, Poland, 27 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Felix Naskrecki in Dachau concentration camp to Johanna Nasrecka in Kalisz, Poland.  He received letters and money. He is healthy. He is interested in news from home and asks for 40RM.He sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.02.16, Letter from Felix Naskrecki in Sachsenhausen camp to Lorenz Naskrecki in Kalisz, Poland, 19 October 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Felix Naskrecki to Lorenz Naskrecki. He thanks Lorenz for the letter. He inquires about the father’s job situation. He sends greetings. Felix is healthy. He advises Lorenz to read the camp instructions and follow them when sending letters. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.02.17, Envelope from Dachau to Bruntál, Czech Republic, Rudolf Langer to Paula Langer in Germany, 16 June 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Dachau to Bruntál, Czech Republic, Rudolf Langer to Paula Langer in Germany, 16 June 1939.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Rudolf Langer, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1939
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Rudolf Langer, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1939 (1939)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.02.18, Fragment, remaining property of Mr. Nowicki, 1 March 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Fragment, remaining property of Mr. Nowicki, postmarked 1 March 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Nowicki
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.02.19, Letter from Marja Bogacki in Dachau to Kasimir Bogacki in Posen-Wartheland, 1 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Marja Bogacki in Dachau to Kasimir Bogacki in Posen-Wartheland.  He thanks her for the letter and stamps. He did not receive the cigarettes and does not want fresh fruits because of the weather. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Marja Bogacki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1943
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Marjan Bogacki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.02.20, Envelope from Boleslaus Skorupa in Dachau to Emanuel Skorupa in Koenigshuette, 21 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Boleslaus Skorupa in Dachau to Emanuel Skorupa in Koenigshuette, postmarked 21 February 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Boleslaus Skorupa, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Boleslaus Skorupa, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.02.21, Letter from Longin Literacki in Dachau to Nichal Literacki in Warthegau, postmarked 19 October, rest illegible, 19 OctoberAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Longin Literacki in Dachau to Nichal Literacki in Warthegau, postmarked 19 October, rest illegible
Subject/Index Terms:
Longin Literacki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Longin Literacki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.02.22, 5 Letters from Tadeusz Pelezarski in Kottern labour camp, to Janina Pelezarska, Kolaczyce, Poland, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A collection of five letters from Tadeusz Pelezarski in Kottern labour camp, to Janina Pelezarska in Kolaczyce, Poland.  Kottern labour camp was a camp within Dachau concentration camp.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Tadeusz Pelezarski, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.02.23, Letter from Bruno Tyczewski in Dachau to Fr. Tyczewski in Poznan, Poland, 13 December 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A letter from Bruno Tyczewski in Dachau concentration camp to Fr. Tyczewski in Poznan, Poland.
Subject/Index Terms:
Bruno Tyczewski, prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Bruno Tyczewski, prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.02.24, Letter from Karel Vysehradsky, Dachau to Karel Vysehradsy, Lakouce, Czechoslovakia, 6 June 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Karel Vysehradsky, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Concentration camps, German
Creators:
Karel Vysehradsky, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 3: RG-72.03.03, Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, 1942 -- 1944Add to your cart.
This collection comprises correspondence from political prisoners of Germany and the countries occupied by Nazi Germany to family members and friends. There also responses to the senders. This collection includes a sub-collection, namely Wojdel Collection. The latter comprises exlcusively correspondes sent by Wladyslaw Wojdel, prisoner of the Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp to Rajmond Wojdel.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Mortagne (France)
Okreg Warcki (Wartheland in Poland)
Wreschen (Wrzesnia in Poland)
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Prisoners of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
Folder 1: RG-72.03.03.01, Wojdel Collection, 1942 --1944Add to your cart.
Personal correspondence of Polish political prisoner Wladyslaw (Wladyslaus) Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.03.01.01, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter_17 March 1942, 17 March 1942Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.03.01.02, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter _15 March 1942, 15 March 1942Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.03.01.03, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter_11 April 1943, 11 April 1943Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.03.01.04, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter_19 April 1943, 19 April 1943Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme letter
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.03.01.05, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard_9 April 1944, 9 April 1944Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.03.01.06, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard_18 September 1944, 18 September 1944Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.03.01.07, From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard_ 31 August 1943, 31 August 1943Add to your cart.
From Wladylaus Wojdel to Rajmond Wojdel, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.03.02, From Josef Kalchonski, Hamburg Neuengamme letter, 27 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received  the letters and is healthy He also received the money and  does not want clothes. He sends greetings to the whole family until the day they will meet again. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Josef Kalchonski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Kalchonski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.03.03, From Otto Topf to Moritz Topf, Hamburg Neuengamme postcard, 25 November 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Otto Topf, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Otto Topf, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.03.04, From Tomasik Wilhelm to Wiktoria Tomasik, Hamburg Neuengamme letter, 28 November 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He did not receive the messages from his mother but lets her know that he is healthy. He asks her to please write twice a month and to not wait for his letters. He send many greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Tomasik Wilhelm, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Tomasik Wilhelm, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1943 (1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.03.05, From Felix Kowalski, Hamburg Neuengamme letter, 18 JulyAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
He sends Birthday wishes and lets everybody know that he is healthy. He does smalltalk and tells his wife about a dream in which he saw her with another man. He closes with greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Felix Kowalski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Felix Kowalski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.03.06, From Marian Kowalczyk to Bronislawa Kowalczyk, 9 July 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He thanks her for the letter and lets her know that he is healthy. He asks her to please send  a package and tell him about all relatives. He closes with greetings.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Marian Kowalczyk, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Marian Kowalczyk, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.03.07, Letter from Josef Kalchonski in Hamburg-Neuengamme, 27 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received  the letters and is healthy He also received the money and  does not want clothes. He sends greetings to the whole family until the day they will meet again. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Josef Kalchonski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Kalchonski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.03.08, Neuengamme  camp, letter from Jean Fyferling to Mr. and Mrs. Fyferling in Mortagne, France, May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He lets everybody know that he is healthy. He talks about the nice weather and his good mood. He is now in Neuengamme and wants packages to be sent to his new address. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Jean Fyferling, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Jean Fyferling, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.03.09, Postcard to Zofia Goszczynska, 26 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He thanks her for the letters and money. One of his letters were returned because recipient was on holiday. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Kasimir Goszczynski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Kasimir Goszczynski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.03.10, Letter from Kasimir Goszczynski in Hamburg-Neuengamme to Iansilic Goszcsynski in Wartheland, 31 July 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He thanks for the packages and letters and asks parents to write to his friends. He closes with greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
German, language
Kasimir Goszczynski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Kasimir Goszczynski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.03.11, Letter from Bogdan Wrzyminski in Neuengamme to Tekla Wrzyminski in Wreschen, 14 March 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He thanks  for the letter and packages because he is always awaiting her letters with great impatience. He is healthy and sends his greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Hamburg-Neuengamme, German concentration camp
Bogdan Wrzyminski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany
German, language
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Living conditions in concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Creators:
Bogdan Wrzyminski, Prisoner of Hamburg-Neuengamme concentration camp, Germany, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 4: RG-72.03.04, Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, 1937 -- 1944Add to your cart.
This collection comrises correspondence from Oranienburg and Sachsenhausen concentration camps to various locations in  German-occupied Europe. There are also responses to senders. Letters are written in German language and comply with the censorship of the concentration camp.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Hamburg (Germany)
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Poland (Europe)
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Krakow, Poland
Sudauen (Poland)
Tomaszow Mazowiecki (Poland)
Tschenstochau
Kalisz (Poland)
Bydgoszcz (Poland)
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Baranow (Poland)
Rakow-Czestochowa (Poland)
Parkzew (Poland)
Kattowitz (Poland)
Braunschweig (Germany)
Warsaw (Poland)
Wald im Prinzgau (Austria)
Copenhagen (Denmark)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp (1936 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.04.01, From Ernst Bindheim in Oranienburg to Johanna Bindheim in Hamburg, 14 December 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
ENVELOPE ONLY; back says: This was the only letter within 5 weeks. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Ernst Bindheim, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Ernst Bindheim, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1938 (1938)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.04.02, From Frant Ulk in Oranienburg concentration camp to Ruzena Ulkova in Bohemia, 23 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Note covers half of the letter saying: the inmate may receive: clothing, but no food, pictures or letters. All packages that do not meet the requirements will be returned.

Letter: Thank you for your letters. I hope that grandfather’s sickness is not severe. I am healthy. Can Mother please write a letter by herself?

Written in German.

Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Frank Ulk, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Frank Ulk, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.04.03, From Frantisek Mejvald in Oranienburg camp to Zofie Mejvaldova in Prague, 12 May 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter content: "I have come to Oranienburg on April 18 and am only allowed receive letters in German. So  please send your letter again in German. I am healthy. How are all the relatives? I hope that I will be home soon." written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Frantisek Majvald, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Frantisek Majvald, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.04.04, From Joseph Olkiewicz in Sachsenhausen camp to Bronislawa Slomkowski (Poland), 7 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Joseph thanks for the letter and package. Hopefully this was the last Christmas without him. Joseph asks his family to thank his boss for his contribution to the package. He sends his greetings to all the family members. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Joseph Olkiewicz, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Creators:
Joseph Olkiewicz, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1945 (1945)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.04.05, From Karl Dirnhofer in Oranienburg camp  to Johann Dirnhofer, 19 March 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Karl received letters and a package. He is healthy and sends greetings. He asks his family to not send clothing. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence between Germany and occupied territories
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Karl Dirnhofer, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Karl Dirnhofer, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.04.06, From Wladislaus Chmielnicki in Sachsenhausen camp to Antonina Chmielnicki, 14 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wladislaus sends Christmas wishes. He received the last letter. He is healthy and realizes that this is the second Christmas that he is not home. He heard the news that his father died. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Wladislaus Chmielnicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Wladislaus Chmielnicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.04.07, transfer note for Stanlislaw Szymczak from Oranienburg to Buchenwald, 9 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Note that Stanislaw Szymczak has been transferred from Oranienburg to Buchenwald.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Stanislaw Szymczak, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.04.08, From Marian Ignaszak to Wladislawa Ignaszak in Vansburg, Sachsenhausen letter, 25 August 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Marian received letter and stamps. He is healthy and hopes to receive more letters. He also received 20 RM and sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Marian Ignaszak, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Marian Ignaszak, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.04.09, From Josef Hrncir to Frantiska Hrncirova, Sachsenhausen letter, 2 March 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Josef thanks his family for the birthday wishes (he turned 55 years). He wishes everybody health and says that he has enough money for a longer time, so the family does not have to send money. Josef is healthy and work is not too hard. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.04.10, Postcard sent from Hermann Schulze in Sachsenhaufen to Gustav Schulze, 30 December 1937Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Hermann received letters, packages and money. He sends the  best wishes for the New Year. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Hermann Schulze, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Hermann Schulze, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1937 (1937)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.04.11, Postcard from Sachsenhausen to Jan in Krakow, 13 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

From inmate in protective custody to Jan Jaegermann in Krakow, 13 January 1945

The inmate writes with permission of the Lagerkommandant. He is healthy and received the last package. He also received a letter from Stockholm but cannot answer, so he asks Jan to answer the letter for him.

Written in German.

Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.04.12, Letter from Johann Karczewski to Peter Schulz in Sudauen, Germany, 24 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Johann received the letters and the package. He says that Leschek writes sometimes but not often. He is healthy and thinks about his parents very often. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Johann Karczewski, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Johann Karczewski, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenburg concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.04.13, Letter from Wladislaus Chmielnicki to Antonina Chmielnicka in Tomaszow-Mazowiecki, 14 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wladislaus sends Christmas wishes. He received the last letter. He is healthy and realizes that this is the second Christmas that he is not home. He heard the news that his father died. Written in German/
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Wladislaus Chmielnicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Wladislaus Chmielnicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.04.14, Envelope from Josef Hrncir in Oranienburg to Franziska Hrncirova, 31 March 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Just an envelope.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.04.15, Envelope from Witold Sienicki to Helena Sienicka in Tschenstochau, Poland, 29 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Just an envelope
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Witold Sienicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Witold Sienicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.04.16, Letter from Felix Naskrecki in Sachsenhausen  camp to Naskrecki in Kalisz Poland, 19 October 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Felix received the last letter. He asks whether his father is still working at the railroad. He sends his greetings to all the relatives. He is healthy and asks the family to read the camp instructions in order to know how to answer his letters properly. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942
Creators:
Felix Naskrecki, Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.04.17, Letter from Oranienburg to Bydgoszcz, written to J. Schellong from Josef Schellong, 11 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Josef received letter and 20 RM. He is home in his thoughts and hopes everybody is healthy. He closes with greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Schellong, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Schellong, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.04.18, Letter from Sachsenhausen to Bohemia-Moravia, from Josef Hrncir to F. Hrucirova, 3 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Note: all letters must include name and surname, birthday and inmate and block number; if any of these is missing, the letter will be returned

Letter:He  received the letter and 50 RM. He is healthy and asks them to write more about daily life.

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Hrncir, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.04.19, Letter from Oranienburg Conc. Camp to Baranów, from Jau Komenola to K. Komenola, 4 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He is healthy and received the  letter and package. He sends greetings.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Jau Komenola, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Jau Komenola, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.04.20, Envelope from Oranienburg to Częstochowa, from Witold Sienicki to H. Sienicka, 6 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
just an envelope
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Witold Sienicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Witold Sienicki, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.04.21, Postcard from Sachsenhausen to Bohemia and Moravia, written from Josef  Zvolshy, 27 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He will be brought to Sachsenhausen on Wednesday and asks them to send packages to new address. He asks them to send a 6 kg package every week. “Do not be scared, I am coming home soon.” Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Zvolshy, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Zvolshy, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.04.22, Letter from Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg to Parczew, 29 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz Bartospek is alive and healthy. He received the letter but did not receive packages during the past 4 weeks. He asks Anna to please write often and sends his greetings. Theweather is warm and good. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.04.23, Letter from Stefan Kleinert in Oranienburg to the Kleinert family in Kattowitz, 9 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received the letter and 20 RM and  has a lot of hope. He hopes to be home for the his father’s birthday. He also received the package.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Stefan Kleinert, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Stefan Kleinert, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.04.24, Receipt with the name Aleksander Oszup, from Sachsenhausen, 17 JuneAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation of receipt for Aleksander Oszup; 17 June 194?
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Aleksander Oszup, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Aleksander Oszup, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.03.04.25, Postcard from Warsaw to Aleksander Oszup in Sachsenhausen, dated 20 June 1944, 20 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received the postcard and sent him 5 packages but does not know if he received them. He sends greetings
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.03.04.26, Receipt with the name Aleksander Oszup, from Oranienburg, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation of receipt for Aleksander Oszup, 1944.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Aleksander Oszup, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Aleksander Oszup, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.03.04.27, Letter from Oranienburg to Eliesabeth Czmeiner in Braunschweig, 31 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Oranienburg to Eliesabeth Czmeiner in Braunschweig, postmarked 31 July 1942. Old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Creators:
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.03.04.28, Letter from Stanislaw Sadurski in Oranienburg to Irene Sadurska in Warsaw, year illegibleAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received the letter and is healthy. He hopes to be home soon and received a package but the food was not good anymore.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Stanislaw Sadurski, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Stanislaw Sadurski, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.03.04.29, Postcard from Tadeusz Gruszka in Wald im Pinzgau to Vinzens Styszko in Oranienburg, 9 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received letter and is healthy. He thinks about home a lot and will send a package with bread. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Tadeusz Gruszka, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Tadeusz Gruszka, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.03.04.30, Letter from Nils Goeransson in Oranienburg to Jenny Goeransson in Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 August 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Nils Goeransson, Prisoner in Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Nils Goeransson, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of German concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 5: RG-72.03.05, Gusen concentration camp, 1940 -- 1944Add to your cart.

This collection comprises letters from prisoners of Gusen concentration camp to various locations in German-occupied Europe. There is also correspondence to Gusen concentration camp.

Correspondence complies with the rules establishd by the authorities of German-Nazi concentration camps

Correspondence is in German language

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Gusen (Austria: concentration camp)
Poznan (Poland)
Krakow, Poland
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Posen (Poland)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Gusen concentration camp (1938 -- 1940)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.05.01, From Gracjan Guziuski to Mrs. Guziuski, Gusen, May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letterhead only
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Gracjan Guziuski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Gracjan Guziuski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1943 (1943)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.05.02, From Joroslav Pekaz in Gusen concentration camp to Mrs. Pekaz in Bohemia and Moravia, 5 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He is healthy and received all the packages. He wants socks, because it is cold and asks for whereabouts of relatives. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Joroslav Pekai, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Joroslav Pekai, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.05.03, From Josef Trzebiatowski in Gusen concentration camp to Maria Trezbiatowska in Krakow, 15 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He is healthy and sends greetings and wishes for Christmas and New Year. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Josef Trzebiatowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Josef Trzebiatowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.05.04, From Anton Lisiecki  in Gusen II camp to Wanda Lisiecka in Poznan, Poland, 15 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He is healthy and sends greetings and Christmas wishes. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Anton Liseicki, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Anton Lisiecki, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.05.05, Letter from Heinrich Wisniewski in Gusen concentration campto Ludwig Wisniewski in Poznan, Poland, 3 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Heinrich received the packages and everything is fine. He sends regards. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Heinrich Wisniewski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Heinrich Wisniewski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.05.06, Letter from Stefan Koziecszny in Gusen consentration camp to Katharine Koziecszna in Poznan, Poland, October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Stefan is healthy and received the letter. He sends greetings to everybody. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Stefan Koziecszny, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Stefan Koziecszny, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.05.07, Letter from Marian Baranowski in Gusen concentration camp to Marcin Baranowski in Poznan, 20 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He sends greetings and received the letters and money. He is healthy and sends all his Christmas wishes and greetings to all his relatives. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Marian Baranowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1940
Creators:
Marian Baranowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1940 (1940)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.05.08, Letter from Julian Garda in Gusen concentration camp to Aleksandra Garda in Germany, January 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Julian received the letters and packages. He is healthy and sends greetings to the whole family. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Julian Garda, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Julian Garda, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1943 (1943)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.05.09, Letter from Marian Raranowski in Mauthausen to Marcin Raranowski in Posen, 30 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Marian received the money, packages and letters. He is healthy and asks his family to not worry about him, he is fine. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Marian Raranowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Marian Raranowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.05.10,  Letter from Franz Hasik in Gusen concentration camp  to Anna Hasik in village Weisdorf, district KrakowAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz received the package but a letter would be better. He thinks that the family has forgotten about him but wishes them health and that they survive the bad times. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Franz Hasik, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Franz Hasik, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.05.11, Letter from Mauthausen to Posen, Germany , written  from Hajetan Lejiowski to Alois Lejiowski, 27 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Hajetan has nothing new to tell. He is healthy andreceived the packages but no messages. He sends  greetings to all the relatives. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Hajetan Lejiowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Hajetan Lejiowski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.05.12, Letter from Michael Niewiadomski in Gusen to Johanna Niewiadomska in Schoendorf Ober-Kalisch, 22 September 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Michael is healthy and received the money. He asks about news from home. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gusen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Michael Niewiadomski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Michael Niewiadomski, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1940 (1940)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.05.13, Letter from Joroslav Pekas in Gusen, sub-camp of Mauthausen, to Frau Pekaz, 5 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gusen, German concentration camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
Joroslav Pekas, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria
Creators:
Joroslav Pekas, Prisoner of Gusen concentration camp, Austria, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 6: RG-72.03.06, Auschwitz complex of concentration camps, 1940 -- 1944Add to your cart.

This Collections comprises correspondence from Jewish and non Jewish prisoners of the Auschwitz complex of concentration camps to various locations of German-occupied Europe.

There also responses sent to the prisoners in the camps.

Letters are writtien in compliance with the concentration camp provisions avoiding any factual information with exception of general inquiries and appreciation.

Letters are written in German language

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Vienna, Austria
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Krakow, Poland
Bystrica (Slovakia)
Bratislava (Slovakia)
Nowy Sacz (Poland)
Breuberg (Germany)
Zakopane (Poland)
Tarnow (Poland)
Rybnik (Poland)
Lublin (Poland)
Germany (Europe)
Nawojowa (Poland)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.06.01, From Adam Jozwik to Kazimir Jozwik, Auschwitz, 18 October 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

To the parents: Adam is healthy but did not get an answer since weeks ago. He wants information on daily life of hois family.

To Helenko: He did not hear of her in a long time and wants to be with her in the future. He sends greetings.

Written in German

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Adam Jozwik, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Adam Jozwik, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.06.02, From Ignatz Rokosz, Auschwitz, 10 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ignatz is healthy. He asks his aunt why she does not write and asks for mone. He has general questions on the family’s well-being. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ignatz Rokosz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Ignatz Rokosz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.06.03, From Ignatz Rokosz [camp number 508, one of the first prisoners at Auschwitz], 9 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ignatz sends Christmas and New Year wishes. He asked for a package and did not receive one. His father died and he does not know why though wrote several letters and did not receive an answer. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ignatz Rokosz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Ignatz Rokosz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.06.04, From Zdislaw Holzhacker to Emilie Holzhacker, Auschwtiz, envelope, 15 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Just front, no written text
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Zdislaw Holzhacker, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Zdislaw Holzhacker, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.06.05, Postcard to Wilhelm Hauser, 7 November 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Writer asks for letters and a package. He also wanted to write to somebody who has moved away from Krakow. He is healthy and sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.06.06, Postcard from Marian Baranowski to Martin Baranowski, 22 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Marian received letter but could not answer because he was not allowed to. He receives 40 RM every month. He is healthy. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Marian Baranowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Marian Baranowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.06.07, Polish prisoner Stanislaw Wojciechowski transfered from Auschwitz to Buchenwald, 11 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Note that says that Stanislaw Wojciechowski has been transferred from Auschwitz to Buchenwald, 11 December 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Stanislaw Wojcienchowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
Stanislaw Wojciechowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1944 (1944)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.06.08, Letter sent from Arnold Nikolaus in Auschwitz to Wanda Arnold in Vienna, 4 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Arnold received the letter but wants to hear more about the mother’s wellbeing. He asks her to please  not send packages during the next 5 weeks. He does not need packages because he saved sugar and fat. His mother will receive a package from Auschwitz with things he does not need anymore. He is healthy and informs her that no letter may be put into the next package.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Arnold Nikolaus, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Arnold Nikolaus, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.06.09, Postcard sent from D. Lederer in Birkenau to Karl Goldmann, 25 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He thanks for the bread packages. He is healthy and wants Karl to please tell mother and sister about that. He sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
D. Lederer, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
D. Lederer, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.06.10, Letter from Ignatz Roken in Auschwitz, 10 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ignatz is healthy and asks addressee why he does not write. He asks him to please send money and if there are any news. He sends greetings to the uncle and says that he cannot write to many people but everybody can write to him. He asks them to write immediately when they get the letter. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ignatz Roken, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Ignatz Roken, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.06.11, Letter from Gustav Schwarz in labor camp Birkenau to Zdenek Justic in Prague, 25 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Gustav thanks for all the packages while he is awaiting messages. He sends greetings
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Gustav Schwarz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Gustav Schwarz, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.06.12, Letter from Auschwitz concentration camp to Krakow, 6 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Author is healthy and received the letter. He advises the addressee to not send liquids or meds. He asks personal questions and sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.06.13, Postcard from Auschwitz to Bystrica, Slovakia written by Else LustigAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

From Else Lustig to Singer and Rajninec in Slovakia, Note saying that any letters to Slovakia have to be sent through the Jewish Central Office in Pressburg

All the others received letters from home, she did not. She is healthy and satisfied with work. She can slowly forget everything that happened and dreams to be home soon.

Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Else Lustig, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Else Lustig, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.06.14, Postcard from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Bratislava, Slovakia, written from Else Grun to Eugen Herzog, 8 June 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
She wants to receive photos and asks for a detailed letter. She sends birthday wishes and greetings.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ebe Frun, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Ebe Frun, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.06.15, Letter to Krakow from Jaworzno (Auschwitz), written to Maria Talach from Josef Talach, 28 August 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Josef sends his new address and asks for new packages. He received former packages and asks about relatives. He says that everybody can send packages but he can only write to one person. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Josef Talach, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Josef Talach, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.06.16, Postal confirmation on transfer from Nowy Sacz to Auschwitz, send from A. Russek to E. Russek, 2 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation about money transfer
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
A. Russek, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, prisoner names
Creators:
A. Russek, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.06.17, Letter from Auschwitz to Breuberg, Germany, written from Sophie Koslowski to Janina Swikla, 1 August 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sophie received the packages and is healthy. She is very thankful for all the letters and sends greetings to everybody. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Sophie Koslowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Sophie Koslowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.06.18, Postcard from Auschwitz to Krakow, written from Stanislaw Panek to Kazimiera Panek, 14 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Stanislaw is healthy but did not receive money. He asks Kazimiera to please send more packages and money.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Stanislaw Panek, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Stanislaw Panek, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.06.19, Letter from Auschwitz, written from Edward Matysik to his Mother, 12 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Edward received 50RM but did not receive a package as answer to his postcard. He asks for a Christmas package and wants to return home and see his mother again. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Edward Matysik, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Edward Matysik, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.06.20, Envelope from Auschwitz to Zakopane, Poland, written from Franc Myszkowski to Johanna LiszbowaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Franc Myszkowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Franc Myszkowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.06.21, Postcard from Auschwitz to Tarnow, Poland, written from Kazimir Gbal to Stanislawa Gbal, 19 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Kazimir received letters and is sorry to hear that Stanislawa needs to move out of the apartment but it could have been foreseen. He is healthy. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Kazimir Gbal, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Kazimir Gbal, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.06.22, Letter from Auschwitz to Rybnik, Poland, 28 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The writer did not receive letters so far but he received two packages. He is healthy with no news to tell. He wants to be home and sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.06.23, Telegram to Maria Okupny Staszycastr in Lublin from Auschwitz, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Telegram to Maria Okupny Staszycastr in Lublin saying that her son Stefan died in Auschwitz concentration camp.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.06.24, Telegram to Antonina Porowski Gorna in Lublin from Auschwitz, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Telegram to Antonina Porowski Gorna in Lublin saying that her husband died in Auschwitz
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.03.06.25, Postcard from Anton Reitler in Birkenau to Ernst Havlik in Prague, 15 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Anton received all the packages and tells that the boys do not live with him. He sends Christmas greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Anton Reitler, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Anton Reitler, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1943 (1943)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.03.06.26, Letter from Andreas Mardula in Auschwitz to Helene Mardula in Zakopane, 4 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Andreas received the letter and is healthy. He also received a package with winter clothing. He asks for general news on the family and sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Andreas Mardula, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Andreas Mardula, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.03.06.27, Letter from Marta Wijas in Auschwitz to Franciska Sladmarczyk in Nowy Sacz, 17 December 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Marta asks Franciska to please send packages and if she has Mishas address? She is healthy and wishes everybody a Merry Christmas. She asks Franciska to write often and much. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Marta Wijas, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Marta Wijas, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.03.06.28, Postcard from Boleslaw Myslakowski in Germany to Handa Myslakowska in Auschwitz, 5 November 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Boleslaw finally got to know her address. He is healthy and sent 30 RM and will send as much monthly. He asks her to tell him if she needs anything. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Boleslaw Myslakowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Boleslaw Myslakowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.03.06.29, Envelope from Wykrst Anton Johann in Auschwitz to Wykrst Anton in Nawojowa, Poland, 17 October 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Wykrst Anton Johann, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Wykrst Anton Johann, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.03.06.30, Letter from Maria in Auschwitz Concentration Camp to an unknwon, 7 October 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.03.06.31, Auschwitz envelope from Zdiscaw Holzhocker, 15 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Zdiscaw Holzhocker, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Zdiscaw Holzhocker, Prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 7: RG-72.03.07, Buchenwald concentration camp, 1937 -- 1945Add to your cart.

This is a collection of letters sent from Buchenwald concentration camp by Jewish, German, Polish and Czech prisoners. The content of correspondence is in compliance with the camp provisions and regulations. Letters are written in German language.

There are correspondence from the German-occupied countries and Germany proper addressed to the prisoners in Buchenwald concentration camp.

Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Warsaw (Poland)
Vienna, Austria
Rabka (Poland)
Krakow, Poland
Rybnik (Poland)
Upice (Czech Republic)
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Halle Saale (Germany)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.07.01, From August Woguitza to Franciska Woguitza, Weimar Buchenwald, 2 November 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He sends Kisses and regards. He received he money but can only receive two letters a month. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
August Woguitza, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
August Woguitza, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.07.02, From Czeslaw Sawicki to Stanislawa Sawiecka in Warsaw, Buchenwald, 9 July 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Czeslaw received the packages and letters. He is sad that he had to leave his wife alone, because she is sick. He believes that in the future everything will be good and pleads her to stay alive so that his return makes sense. He asks her to sell all his suits and belongings and  not to worry about his brothers and sisters. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Czeslaw Sawicki, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Czeslaw Sawicki, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.07.03, From Ludwig Jandel Ordower, Weimar Buchenwald, 16 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ludwig received letter and hopes that the last thing he can do in life is thank his wife for her help. He will begin to work, is healthy and likes work. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ludwig Jandel Ordower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Ludwig Jandel Ordower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.07.04, From Richard Goldmann in Buchenwald concentration camp in post-Kristallnacht custody, 18 November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Richard is healthy and asks for money and clothes. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Richard Goldmann, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Richard Goldmann, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1938 (1938)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.07.05, From Sloma Jechok to Malwine Sara Jineberg in Vienna, Buchenwald postcard, 31 March 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sloma is healthy and received the money. He asks about their departure and where they will depart to. He asks he to please take care of departure fast. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Sloma Jechok, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Sloma Jechok, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.07.06, From Pawel Zieutek to Helena Zieutek in Jordanow near Rabka [district Krakow], Buchenwald, 1 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Pawel received packages and letters.  When he is back he will do all the work and make his wife rest.Hhe stays strong and prays for his family. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Pawel Zieutek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Pawel Zieutek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1942 (1942)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.07.07, From Edmund Kornacki in Buchenwald to Flis Miehat in Warsaw, 16 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Edmund thanks for the good wishes. 15 months are over since he left home and he thinks that everything will be over soon and he will return to life with new understanding of life. He misses his family; “It is likely that we cannot write anymore soon. Everything is possible. If this will be the case, please do not worry because this is war.” Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Edmund Kornacki, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Edmund Kornacki, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.07.08, Postcard from Weimar Buchenwald from August Woguitza to Franciska Woguitza, Wielopole, No.99 Rybnik, 2 November 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He sends Kisses and regards. He received he money but can only receive two letters a month. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
August Woguitza, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
August Woguitza, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.07.10, Letter and envelope from Ludwig Ordower in Buchenwald to Hermine Ordower in Vienna, 22 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
faded
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ludwig Jandel Ordower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Ludwig Jandel Ordower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1941 (1941)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.07.11, Letter and Envelope from K. Mikolasek in Buchenwalt to Frau Mikolaskova in Upice, 30 October 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
K.received the package and does not need money. He thinks about their happy life back in the days and sends his greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
K. Mikolasek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
K. Mikolasek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1940 (1940)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.07.12, From Buchenwald to administration of the New Israeli cemetery at the Central cemetery in Vienna, 29 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
100 RM from the Concentration Camp Buchenwald to the New Israeli Cemetary in Vienna, 29 May 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
New Israeli Cemetery
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Administration of Buchenwald concentration camp (1939 - 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.07.13, Letter from Buchenwald to Ravensbrueck camp for women in Fuerstenberg, writtem from Karel Pavlik to Julie Pavlikova, 19 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Karel is healthy and may receive 3 packages for Christmas. His mother and sister are severely sick. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Karel Pavlik, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Karel Pavlik, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1945 (1945)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.07.14, Letter from Buchenwald Concentration camo to Klwow, Opoczna, Radom, Poland, written to Kazimiere Sionek from Wladislaus Sionek, 14 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wladislaus is healthy, has left Auschwitz and has been deported to Buchenwald. He asks for packages with several things and sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Wladislaus Sionek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Wladislaus Sionek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany, 1944 (1944)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.07.15, Postcard from Buchenwald Conc. Camp to Warsaw, written from Kazimir Kodrebsi to Ewa Labeska, 26 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Kasimier received letter and is positive that atrocities will end soon and everybody will be happy again. He misses his relatives and greetings and wishes for more letters and diaries. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Kazimir Kodrebsi, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Kazimir Kodrebsi, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1943)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.07.16, Envelope and letter from Buchenwald to Bohemia and Moravia, written from Lada Ledlacek to Jaroslava Ledlackova, 10 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Lada is glad to hear that the brother is healthy. He received packages and asks Jaroslava to take care of herself and to do the best to survive with little money. He says that after his death all his belongings will be transferred to her. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Lada Ledlacek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Lada Ledlacek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.07.17, Postcard to Krakiw, Poland from Wolfen Camp, written to P.T.Larzad from Stanislaw Lilejkis, 29 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Stanidtaw Lilejkis, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Stanidtaw Lilejkis, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.07.18, Envelope from Friechisch-Kath. Pfarramt to Buchenwald, 3 March 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.07.19, Envelope from Ludwig Israel Orolower to Hermine Orolower in Vienna, 21 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Ludwig Israel Orolower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Ludwig Israel Orolower, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.07.20, Fragment addressed to Franz Gibian in Buchenwald, 26 July 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Fragment only
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.07.21, Notice of death of Max Wulkan on 24 June 1940, 6 July 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Estate of deceased Max Wulkan; died on 24 June 1940; 25.24 RM
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Certificate of Death
Max Wulkan, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Administration of Buchenwald concentration camp (1939 - 1945)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.07.22, Letter from Georg Koenig in Buchenwald to Frieda Koenig in Halle Saale, 28 September 1937Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Georg received birthday wishes and money. He feels that the end is near and that people will be happy and together again. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Georg Koenig, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Georg Koenig, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1937)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.07.23, Letter from Lajos Weisz in Buchenwald to the Judenrat in Prague, 17 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Lajos Weisz, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Lajos Weisz, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1945)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.07.24, Letter from Josef Sumsal in Buchenwald to his aunt and uncle, 18 January 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Josef Sumsal, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Sumsal, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1942)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.07.25, Letter from Karel Movarec, Buchenwald to Herr Huf, 2 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Karel Movarec, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Karel Movarec, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.03.07.26, Buchenwald letter from Pawel Zieutek to Helena Zieutek in Jordanow near Rabka, district Krakow, 1 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Pawel Zieutek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Pawel Zieutek, Prisoner of Buchenwald concentration camp, Germany (1942)
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.03.07.27, Envelope from Buchenwald to Vienna, 5 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Buchenwald, German-Nazi concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Buchenwald concentration camp (1937 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 8: RG-72.03.09, Ravensbrueck concentration camp, 1939 -- 1944Add to your cart.
This collection comprises correspondence from and to prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, as well as German official documents, issued regarding prisoners whereabouts.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Radom (Poland)
Zurich (Switzerland)
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG.72.03.09.01, Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, letter from Alina Sebyla, July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alina thanks her relatives for the letter. He asks them to not invite Olek because he is sick all the time. She asks about whereabouts of relatives. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Female prisoners of the German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Alina Sebyla, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, Germany
Creators:
Alina Sebyla, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp for women, Germany (1943)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG.72.03.09.02, Correspondence to Ravensbrueck from Rajor Bromisawa, NovemberAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Rajor received the letters and asks for washing detergent. He also asks about his relatives and sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
Bromisawa, Rajor
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.09.03, Communication between Ravensbrueck and Lodz concerning Jadwiga ZamerskaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Communication between Ravensbrueck and Lodz concerning Jadwiga Zamerska
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Female prisoners of the German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.09.04, Envelope and Letter from Radom, Poland to Ravensbrueck concentration camp, 28 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received the letters and talks about relatives and how they are. He does not have many news, everybody is healthy. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Female prisoners of the German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Irena Dzbowska, resident of Radom, Poland, 1944
Creators:
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.09.05, Envelope, From Ravensbrück Conc. Camp to Zurich, Switzerland, written to Thusnelda Pucher, 27 December 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Just an envelope.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Zurich (Switzerland)
Female prisoners of the German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Female prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.09.06, Letter frin Gross-Rosen Camp to Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, written from F.Thrombonek to B.Thrombonek, 12 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
F. sends greetings and thanks for the letter and package. He asks for clothes in the next package. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
F. Throbomek, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
F. Throbomek, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.09.07, Letter from Franz Tauchman, February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz misses his family and did not think that they would be separated this long. He hopes they still go through good and bad times together. He is healthy and talks about relatives. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Franz Tauchman, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Franz Tauchman, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.09.08, Letter from Wiktoria Chetmeika in Ravensbrueck, June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wiktoria sends greetings and best wishes. She asks about relatives and asks her family to not send money. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Wiktoria Chetmeika, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Wiktoria Chetmeika, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany (1942)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 9: RG-72.03.10, Gross Rosen concentration camp, 1941 -- 1944Add to your cart.

This collection comprises letters from prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp.

Letters are written in German and comply with the camp's provisions and regulations with regard to the correspondence from the camp

Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Dukla (Poland)
Krakow, Poland
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Kempen (Germany)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.10.01, Letter from Mieczyslaw Kuziora in Gross Rosen to Anna Kuziorowa in Dukla, 14 February 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Mieczyslaw is healthy and full of hope. He asks Anna what is new and also to write more and more often. He sends regards and kisses. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Mieczyslaw Kuziora, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Mieczyslaw Kuziora, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland (1943)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.10.02, Postcard to Krakow, Poland from Waldenburg, written from Josef Sokotowski to R.G.O., 11 January 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Josef Sokotowski (January 1945)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.10.03, Letter from Franz Ikrobowek in Gross Rosen to Bozenka Ikrobowek in Bohemia, 12 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz sends greetings. He received the letter and money and asks Bozenka whether she received any letters. He is healthy and prays to God every day that he will see her again. He informs her that she sent 1 letter which was returned because he already had 2 letters. He also asks her to please send clothing. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Franz Ikrobowek, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Franz Ikrobowek, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland (1941)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.10.04, Letter from Johann Liebner, Gross Rosen to Leonie Liebner, Kempen, 3 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Johann Liebner, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Johann Liebner, Prisoner of Gross-Rosen concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.10.05, Envelope from Bendsburg, Germany to Lausanae, Switzerland. Envelope 1, December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.10.06, Envelope from Bendsburg, Germany to Lausanae, Switzerland. Envelope 2., 21 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 10: RG-72.03.11, Majdanek concentration camp, 1943 -- 1944Add to your cart.
This collection comprises letters postal receipts for delivered parcels, both send to and form Majdanek concentration camp
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Majdanek (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Wolkowysk (Belarus)
Szczebrzeszyn (Poland)
Zamosc (Poland)
Lublin (Poland)
Pulawy (Poland)
Opole Lubelskie (Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.11.01, Notification of postal reception from Eugenia Szarzynska to Janus Zsarzynski, Majdanek, 2 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation of receipt / Notification of postal reception. Written in German/Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Eugenia Szarzynska, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Eugenia Szarzynska, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.11.02, Postcard from Wiktor Turiemski in Majdanek to his wife Adela Turiemska, 17 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Wiktor Turiemski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Wiktor Turiemski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1943)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.11.03, Postcard from Miecryslaw Wesolowski in Majdanek to Jozefa Wesolowska in Opole-Lubelskie, 4 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Miecryslaw Wesolowski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Miecryslaw Wesolowski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.11.04, Parcel card from Pulawy to Majdanek, 31 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation of receipt for Jan Plewka. Written in German and Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.11.05, Parcel receipt from District 2 Lublin to an SS officer in the camp, 10 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confirmation of receipt for Mataj Wlady. Written in German and Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.11.06, Package receipt from Zamosc to Majdanek, 13 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Package receipt written in Polish and German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.11.07, Postcard from Gejrel Kimacryriski in Majdanek to Josefa Kotron in Szczebrzenyn, 20 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Gejrel Kimacryriski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Gejrel Kimacryriski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.11.08, Postcard from Josef Besman in Majdanek to Josef Magilnicki in Wolkowysk, 3 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek, German concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Josef Besman, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Josef Besman, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Collection of Folder-Level 11: RG-72.03.12, Flossenburg Concentration camp, 1943 --1944Add to your cart.
This collection comprises letters, envelopes and postal receipts sent to and from Flossenburg Concentration camp
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Nový Hrádek (Czech Republic)
Hradec Králové (Czech Republic)
Dobruška (Czech Republic)
Bruenn (Brno, Czech Republic)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.12.01, Envelope from Jan Grym in Flossenburg  to Fran Grym in Novy HradekAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Jan Grym, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Jan Grym, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.12.02, Postal receipt from Hradec Králové,to Flossenburg camp, written from Anna Guryhova to G. Rydel, 19 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal receipt
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
Kralove, Hradec
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.12.03, Envelope from Tomasek Schutz to Hana TomaskasaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Just the envelope
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Tomasek Schutz, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Tomasek Schutz, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.12.04, Letter from Marie Munzarova, 14 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz thanks Marie for the letter. He is healthy and did not receive Vaseline. He asks her to please send it and soap and powder. Also he asks her to please make a little bouquet from her garden flowers and bring it to the father’s grave. He advises her to send pictures to the uncle and thanks Marie for everything. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Marie Munzarova, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Marie Munzarova, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.12.05, Parcel receipt from Dobruska to Flossenburg, 2 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Parcel receipt
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.12.06, Parcel receipt from Marie Sedlak in Bruenn to Stanislav Sedlak in Flossenburg, 17 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Parcel receipt
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Sedlak, Marie
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.12.07, Postcard from Lucjan Julianski in Flossenburg to Janina Kedzierzawska in Litzmannstadt, 11 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Lucjan received the last letter and the 20 RM. He is healthy and hopes that the family at home is healthy too. He sends Christmas wishes and hopes for a new letter to arrive soon. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Lucjan Julianski, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Lucjan Julianski, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.12.08, Postcard from illegible, number 7809, Flossenbuerg to illegible person, Warsaw, Poland, 14 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.12.09, Concentration camp Flossenburg in upper Pfalz. Letter from Hans Grim, a long-term prisoner his camp number 2096.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Hans Grim, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Hans Grim, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Collection of Folder-Level 12: RG-72.03.13, Stutthof Concentration camp, 1944Add to your cart.
Letters from Stutthof concentration camp
Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Stutthof, German Concentration camp
Stutthov (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Bydgoszcz (Poland)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners in Stutthof concentration camp (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.13.01, Letter from Stutthof Concentration Camp to Bydgoszcz, Poland, written to Pelogi Pivsik, 9 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The inmate is alive and healthy. He received the packages with food and letters. He asks Pelogi to please send brushes and write more often. He is thinking of her and sends greetings to everybody. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Stutthof (Concentration camp)
Stutthof, German Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners in Stutthof concentration camp (1939 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Collection of Folder-Level 13: RG-72.03.14, Jasenovac Concentration campAdd to your cart.
Correspondence to and from Jasenovac concentration camp, as well as postal receipts
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Osijek (Croatia)
Zemun (Serbia)
Vodin (Croatia)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.14.01, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Osijek, Croatia, 8 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Croatian.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Croatian, language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Croatia (1940-1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.14.02, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Zemun, Serbia, written to Mariza Vide, 25 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Croatian.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Croatian, language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Croatia (1940-1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.14.03, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Vodin, CroatiaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Croatian.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
Personal correspondence
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Croatian, language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Croatia (1940-1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Collection of Folder-Level 14: RG-72.03.15, Mauthausen Concentration campAdd to your cart.
Correspondence to and from Mauthausen concentration camp
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Mauthausen (Austria: Concentration Camp)
Vienna, Austria
France (Europe)
Lublin (Poland)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.15.01, Postcard from Max Povolny in Mauthausen to Erma Rosecky in Vienna, 10 February 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Max sends kind regards and tells everybody that he is healthy. He received 10 RM and is very thankful for that. Max promises to make Erma's life better when he gets back home. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Max Povolny, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Max Povolny, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany (1939)
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.15.02, Postcard from Maurice Avom in Mauthausen to one Adam in France, 4 August 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard written in French.
Subject/Index Terms:
Correspondence in German language
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Maurice Avom, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Maurice Avom, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.15.03, Letter from Uajetan Yejrowski in Mauthausen to Alois Yejrowski, 27 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Uajetan writes to his parents and siblings. He is healthy and does not have any news to tell. He received two packages but he is surprised that he did not receive any messages. He asks the family to tell him how they are and what is new in Posen. He sends regards. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Uajetan Yejrowski, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Uajetan Yejrowski, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.15.04, Letter to Leokadja Moscicki in Lublin from Mauthausen, 3 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Death message for Leokadja Moscicki about the death of her husband Juljan in Mauhausen. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Collection of Folder-Level 15: RG-72.03.08, Miscellaneous concentration campsAdd to your cart.
Subject/Index Terms:
Waffen SS
Westerbork (Transit camp)
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Regensburg (Germany)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, annexed to Germany
Bistritz (Romania)
Nuremberg (Germany)
Hungary (Europe)
Lichtenburg concentration camp (1933 -- 1939)
Gleiwitz (concentration camp)
Dombrowa (Poland)
Stara Gradiška concentration camp (Croatia)
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.03.08.01, Felix Piskorska, Natzweiler envelope, 15 November 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp (1941--1945)
Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, France
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
France (1940 -- 1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Felix Piskorska, Prisoner of Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, France
Creators:
Felix Piskorska, Prisoner of Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, France (1943)
Prisoners of Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp (1941--1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.03.08.02, From Franz Munzae to Marie Munzarova, Flossenburg letter, 14 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franz thanks for the letter and lets Marie know that he is healthy. He asks her to please send Vaseline and please bring flowers to the father’s tomb. He sends greetings and thanks for everything. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Franz Munzae, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Franz Munzae, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.03.08.03, From Hans Grim,upper Pflaz letter, Flossenburg, 22 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from Hans Grim, Flossenburg
Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Hans Grim, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Hans Grim, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.03.08.04, From Jerzyslaw Weslowski to Josefa Wesotowska, Waffen SS Lublin, 2 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from the Waffen SS; written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Majdanek (Concentration camp)
Majdanek (Poland: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Jerzyslaw Weslowski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Jerzyslaw Weslowski, Prisoner of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Majdanek concentration camp, Poland
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.03.08.05, From Josef Lansky to Zdenka Lansky, Flossenburg letter, 10 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Josef sends greetings and thanks for the packages. But he did not get one this week although it might be late because nobody received one. He thanks for the letters but did not receive the package with pears. He asks Zdenka to please send picture of the whole family. He sends greetings. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Josef Lansky, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Josef Lansky, Prisoner of Flossenburg concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.03.08.06, From M. Gyrnyer to M. Polak in Amsterdam, Westerbork transit camp letter, 11 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Gyrnyer is sending Polak the package stamp so that he can send a package every month, weighing  not more than 2 kilos. He tells him that the stamp has to be in the package.
Subject/Index Terms:
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
M. Gyrnyer, Prisoner of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
Netherlands (1940 -- 1945)
Creators:
M. Gyrnyer, Prisoner of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands (1943)
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.03.08.07, Westerbork letter, 27 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter in handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
Living conditions in concentration camps
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
The Netherlands (1940--1945)
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.03.08.08, From Sophie von Harzdorf to commandant of Gross Rosen concentration camp, postcard, 2 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Sophie writes: Please tell me if the husband of my daughter is in Gross-Rosen and if it is allowed to send him packages with clothing and food and money

Remark says: not in this camp

Subject/Index Terms:
Gross-Rosen (Concentration camp)
Gross Rosen, German concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Sophie von Harzdorf
Creators:
Sophie von Harzdorf (1944)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Prisoners of Gross Rosen concentration camp (1940 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.03.08.09, From Wiktoria Chelmecka, Ravensbrueck letter, June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wiktoria sends congratulations to namesday and asks why she does not receive any letters. She wants the family to write if they are healthy and how they safe themselves. She does not need money
Subject/Index Terms:
Ravensbrueck (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Wiktoria Chelmecka, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Wiktoria Chelmecka, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.03.08.10, Postal receipt sent from Humpolec, Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia to Waldelager in Thuringia Germany, 16 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal receipt
Subject/Index Terms:
Nazi, postal stamps
Postal receipts, Second World War
Postal forms in German language
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Germany (1939--1945)
German, language
Creators:
Postal documents (1939 -- 1945)
wartime postal documents, 1939 -- 1945 (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.03.08.11, Letter from Westerbork concentration camp, 27 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Old German handwriting
Subject/Index Terms:
Westerbork (Netherlands: Transit Camp)
Westerbork (Transit camp)
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Netherlands (1940 -- 1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Westerbork transit camp, the Netherlands
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.03.08.12, Envelope from a concentration camp near Regensburg, Germany, 3 April 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Envelope only.

The camp is Flossenburg.

Subject/Index Terms:
Flossenburg (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Flossenburg, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Flossenburg concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.03.08.13, Postcard from Prague to special SS camp in Bistritz, Protectorate Bohemia and MoraviaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
He received the postcards. The children are healthy but xx is in hospital.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.03.08.14, Envelope and letter from Camp Lichtenburg to Nuremberg, 22 June 1937Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Old German handwriting
Subject/Index Terms:
Lichtenburg concentration camp (1933 -- 1939)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.03.08.15, Envelope, from Vienna to a labor camp in Hungary, 11 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope only
Subject/Index Terms:
Forced labor camps
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Hungary (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.03.08.16, Letter from Gleiwitz, Germany to Dombrowa, Poland, written from Mieczystaw Tilniakowski to Sophie Tilriakowski, 6 August 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
M. did not receive an answer even after 3 letters and no packages. He asks Sophie to please send a package with bread. He sends greetings.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Mieczystaw Tilniakowski, Prisoner of Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.03.08.17, Postcard from concentration camp in Stara Gradiska in Croatia to Jewish Community in ZagrebAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Stara Gradiška concentration camp (Croatia)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Croatia (1940-1945)
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Stara Gradiska concentration camp, Croatia (Yugoslavia)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.03.08.18, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Vodin, CroatiaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Croatia (1940-1945)
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.03.08.19, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Osijek, CroatiaAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in Polish language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Croatia (1940-1945)
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.03.08.20,  Camp Nonnendamm in Berlin, pass for Alfons Klemenz, 23 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Pass for Alfons Klemenz; CC Nonnendamm
Subject/Index Terms:
Camp Nonnendamm
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Alfons Klemenz
Travel passports (Reisepass)
Creators:
Administration of Camp Nonnendamm
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.03.08.21, Postcard Bergen-Belsen to Switzerland, written from Dr. Abel Herzberg to Richard Hichtheim, 16 February 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Abel sends greetings. He is healthy and allowed to receive packages.
Subject/Index Terms:
Bergen-Belsen (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Dr. Abel Herzberg, Prisoner of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Dr. Abel Herzberg, Prisoner of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany (1945)
Prisoners of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.03.08.22, Letter from Stutthof Camp to Gotenhafen, Poland, written from Leo to Zosia Staikieurier, 12 July 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Leo is happy about every little message and received the packages and 20 RM. Heis happy that the children are good and healthy. He asks Zosia to please send socks. He sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Stutthof (Concentration camp)
Stutthof, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Poland (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Leo Staikieurier, Prisoner of Stutthof concentration camp, Poland
Creators:
Leo Staikieurier, Prisoner of Stutthof concentration camp, Poland (1944)
Prisoners in Stutthof concentration camp (1939 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.03.08.23, Envelope and Letter from Waldheim Conc. Camp to Prague, 10 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.03.08.24, Postcard from Opočno, Czech to Sangerhausen Labor Camp, written from Vacjova Frans to Frank Vacek, 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Frans thanks Franz for the postcard. The child is healthy and her holidays from school have been extended. He is not allowed to send packages, only one postcard. He dreams of going home soon. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Vacjova Frans, Prisoner of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
Creators:
Vacjova Frans, Prisoner of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany (1945)
Prisoners of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.03.08.25, Postcard from Mitterweißenbach to Vienna, written from Hans Albala to Therese Albala, 7 March 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Hans received the letter and packages. He asks Therese to please only send food that lasts longer. He thanks her for taking care of the America-letter. But although he received 15 RM he does not have much anymore. He tells Therese that if he gets more he will send it to her rightaway. He sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Concentration camp)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Hans Albala, Prisoner of Dachau (Bad Ischel) concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Hans Albala, Prisoner of Dachau (Bad Ischel) concentration camp, Germany (1941)
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.03.08.26, Letter from Furstenberg Conc. Camp to Prague, written from B. Batkova to W. Badka, 6 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
B. thanks Wilhelm for the letter. He tells him not to worry. He is healthy but sad that he cannot attend the wedding. He wants Wilhelm to write to him about all the acquaintances. He thanks him for the 4 packages. But he asks Wilhelm to  not send him apricots anymore. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Ravensbrueck (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Ravensbrück (Concentration camp)
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
B. Batkova, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
B. Batkova, Prisoner of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1944)
Prisoners of Ravensbrueck concentration camp (1938 --1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.03.08.27, Postcard from Sangerhausen Camp to Bohemia and Moravia, written to M. Lemanova from R. Leimon, 4 February 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Rudolf is healthy and has no pain anymore, only a little cough. He asks Marie to please send syrup. He received 4 packages and will update her on his new address. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
R. Leimon, Prisoner of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
Creators:
Prisoners of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
R. Leimon, Prisoner of Sangerhausen labor camp, Germany (1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.03.08.28, Postcard from Jasenovac concentration camp to Zemun, Serbia, written to Mariza Vide, 25 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jasenovac (Yugoslavia: Concentration Camp)
Jasenovac, Croatian Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Croatia (1940-1945)
Yugoslavia (1941--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Croatian, language
Creators:
Prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp (1941 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.03.08.29, Letter to Leokadja Moscicki in Lublin from Mauthausen, 3 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Confirmation of death sent to Leokadja Moscicki in Lublin, February 3, 1944; CC Mauthausen

We hereby confirm that your husband died on February 2, 1944 from myocardial insufficiency. The corpse has been cremated on February 3 1944; You can purchase a death certificate for .72 RM. The estate will not be sent.

Subject/Index Terms:
Mauthausen (Austria: Concentration Camp)
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.03.08.30, Letter from Uajetan Yejrowski in Mauthausen to Alois Yejrowski, 27 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Uajetan has nothing new to tell. He is healthy and received 2 packages but no messages. He asks Alois to tell him how he is. He sends greetings. Written in German
Subject/Index Terms:
Mauthausen (Austria: Concentration Camp)
Mauthausen, German Concentration camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Austria (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Uajetan Yejrowski, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp
Creators:
Uajetan Yejrowski, Prisoner of Mauthausen concentration camp, Germany (1944)
Prisoners of Mauthausen concentration camp (1938 -- 1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.03.08.31, Letter from R. Dolling in Lichtenburg to Clara Dolling, 24 May 1936Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Richard received the letter and tells Klaerchen that he is proud of her going 125km on her bike. He read in the newspaper that there was a strong thunderstorm East of Berlin. He tells his family about the weather and thanks them for the money they sent as well as for the newspapers. He may receive a package of five kilos, like the one he got for Easter. He asks for hazelnuts and walnuts. He asks the family to send him the atlases of East Prussia, Pommern, Schleswig-Holstein and Saxonia because he wants to study them. He thinks it would be better to make atlases for each part of Germany. He talks about atlases and benchmarks and how he would improve atlases. Written in German.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lichtenburg concentration camp (1933 -- 1939)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
R. Dolling, Prisoner of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
R. Dolling, Prisoner of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany (1936)
Prisoners of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.03.08.32, Postcard from Georg Koenig in Lichtenburg to Frieda Koenig, 1937Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard with Greetings for Whitsun.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lichtenburg concentration camp (1933 -- 1939)
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Georg Koenig, Prisoner of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Georg Koenig, Prisoner of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany (1937)
Prisoners of Lichtenburg concentration camp, Germany
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.03.08.33, Letter from Charles Bech in a German concentration camp  to Helene Bech in Denmark, 11 March 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Subject/Index Terms:
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Personal correspondence
Content of the letters of the concentration camps' prisoners
Censored correspondence in Nazi-German concentration camps
Correspondence in German language
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Germany (1939--1945)
Living conditions in concentration camps
Relatives and friends to the prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps
Rules and regulations regarding correspondence from and to Nazi-German concentration camps
prisoner correspondence, 1933 -- 1945
wartime correspondences
Charles Bech, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany
Creators:
Prisoners of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp (1936 --1945)
Charles Bech, Prisoner of Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Germany (1945)
prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1939 -- 1945)
family members and friends of prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps (1933 -- 1939)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.03.08.35, Letter from Wladislaus Heydrik to his wife in Posen Concentration Camp, 11 April, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Sub-Collection 4: RG-72.04, Identification documents, 1926 --1948Add to your cart.
This collection comprises various type of identification document issue at prewar time, by German administration, as well as the documents used for assuming false identiy. There are also camp and ghetto identification papers in this collection
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents for German-occupied and controlled territories in Europe
Identification documents for Germany
work identification document
ghetto identification document
Creators:
German authorities (1919 -- 1945)
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.04.01, Ausweiskarte, ID card stamped Jude issued by employment center Vienna , Vienna 1939, 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A labor book issued to Alice Fischer in April 1939 by the employment bureau in Vienna. She was unemployed. The document stamped with a mark Jude.
Subject/Index Terms:
Employment bureau, Vienna
Labor books, Austria
work identification document
Jude stamp in identification documents
Austria (1939--1945)
Documents in German language
Documents issued by local Nazi-Austrian Authorities, 1939 -- 1945
Documents issued by Nazi-German civil and municipal authorities, 1933 -- 1939
Employment Center in Vienna, 1939 -- 1945
work-related document for Jews, Austria
labor report card, Austria
Creators:
Employement center, Vienna 1939
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.04.02, German Kennkarte for Stephan Gergowicz (preliminary ID), earmarked for German naturalization, issued in Lemberg (Lviv), 19 May 1943, 19 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Kennkarte for Stephan Gergowicz (preliminary ID), earmarked for german naturalization, issued in Lemberg (Lviv) 19 May 1943. He served i a german agency in Lviv.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents for German-occupied and controlled territories in Europe
Naturalization documents
Creators:
German authorities of Lviv (1941--1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.04.03, German passport for Marie Elisabeth Rolter, stamped with J, Vienna, 6 February 1939, 6 February 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German passport for Marie Elisabeth Rolter, stamped with J, Vienna, 6 February 1939
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Immigration passports for Jews, German
Creators:
German civil authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.04.04, Golda Hajnsdorf, Lodz ghetto work permit issued 1 November 1943, deported 10 March 1944 with transport number 69, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Golda Hajnsdorf, Lodz ghetto work permit issued 1 November 1943.  She was deported to one of the extermination centers on 10 March 1944 with the transport number 69. The work permit was issued by the Lodz ghetto labor department. The document is marked with a stamp of completed deprotation.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto, identification card
work permits
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Hans Biebow, Nazi-German administrator in Lodz ghetto
Lodz ghetto, deportations
Transport No 69
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Lodz ghetto, labor departement (1940 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.04.05, Jewish travel passport for Emilie Cylinder stamped with the mark J, issued on 2. June 1939, Vienna, 2 June 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish travel passport for Emilie Cylinder stamped with the mark J, issued on 2 June 1939 in Vienna, valid until 2 june 1940. Has several stamps: one by the police of Vienna allowing her to emigrate, 8 January 1940; one about emigration to Triest, 10 January 1940; one by the emigration bureau for emigrating to Argentina, 5 December 1939; one by the border police Arnoldstein 13 January 1940; one by a credit company in Vienna, 11 January 1940, saying she used the amount of exemption of 10RM; a visa by the Argentinian consulate in Vienna, 8 December 1939; one entry stamp of Argentina 3 Febuary 1940; one transit permit for Italy, 10 January 1940, saying she is supposed to go on the ship 'Neptunia' with the destination Argentina; two other Italian stamps.
Subject/Index Terms:
Emigration from Nazi-annexed Austria
Immigration to South America
Immigration documents
Jewish Immigration
Creators:
Police headquarters, Vienna (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.04.06, Questionnaire for reporting medical professions, Jakob Zinn, issued 1 April 1942, 1 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Questionnaire for reporting medical professions, Jakob Zinn, isuued 1 April 1942. He was born 4 March 1915 in Podhajce and doing is profession as a dental assistant in Stanislawow. This document is asking in detail about the time of Soviet occupation of Eastern Poland and what Jakob Zinn did during that period.
Subject/Index Terms:
Civil administration documents
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
Life under German occupation--Poland (1939-1945)
German dealing with Soviet occupation of Eastern Poland
Creators:
German authorities, district Galicia (1941 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.04.07, Questionnaire for reporting medical professions of Majer GutsztadtAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Questionnaire for reporting medical professions of Majer Gutsztadt, no date of issue. Majer Gutsztadt was born 10 Febuary 1897 in Warsaw. It asks when he settled to do his profession, his answer is 7 November 1939.
Subject/Index Terms:
Civil administration documents
Life under German occupation--Poland (1939-1945)
Creators:
German civil authorities, Poland (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.04.08, Identification card for Dirkje Wynanda, issued 8 October 1941, Netherlands, 8 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card for Dirkje Wynanda, issued 8 October 1941, Netherlands, with fingerprints.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
The Netherlands (Europe)
German-occupied Holland
Creators:
Local authorities subordinated to the German authorities (1938 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.04.09, Identification card for Margot Sara Joseph, issued 14 April 1939, Cologne, Germany, 14 April 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card for Margot Sara Joseph, issued 14 April 1939, Cologne, Germany, marked with J
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Jude stamp in identification documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German police authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.04.10, False identify card issued to Ms. Kagan Dora under the name of Denise-Marie Courtois, 31 May 1943, France, 31 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
False identity card issued to Ms. Kagan Dora under the name of Denise-Marie Courtois, 31 May 1943, France
Subject/Index Terms:
False identity
French Identification Card
Identification documents
Creators:
Police headquarters, Nice, France
French authorities under German occupation (1940 --1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.04.11, Identification card for Vital Chapira from France marked Jewish, issued 10 July 1940, France, 10 July 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card for Vital Chapira from France marked Jewish, issued 10 July 1940, France. Also has a stamp 'checked 13 Oktober 1941 by the police'.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jude stamp in identification documents
Juif stamp in identification documents
French Identification Card
Identification documents
Creators:
French authorities under German occupation (1940 --1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.04.12, Duplicate birth certificate in Russian issued to Agnes Shlomovna Gesing, 13 December 1944, Ukraine, USSR, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Duplicate birth certificate in Russian issued to Agnes Shlomovna Gesing, 13 December 1944, Ukraine, USSR
Subject/Index Terms:
Birth certificates
Ukraine (Europe)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.04.13, Organization Todt document (substitute ID) issued to a foreign laborer, 19 August 1943, Berlin, 19 August 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Organization Todt document (substitute ID) issued to a foreign laborer, 19 August 1943, Berlin. Name is illegible.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Stammlager Eichkamp
Work documents
work identification document
Forced labor
Organization Todt, civil and para-military German engineering entity
Creators:
German authorities (1919 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Organziation Todt, 1933 -- 1945 (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.04.14, Central registry card issued to Armin Friedmann, Theresienstadt, 14 March 1945, 14 March 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Central registry card issued to Armin Friedmann, stating his identification number, Theresienstadt, 14 March 1945
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Prisoner identification numbers, Nazi German concentration camps
Theresienstadt (Czechoslovakia)
Theresienstadt ghetto
Creators:
Camp administration (1938 --1945)
Jewish ghetto administration, Theresienstadt (1940 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.04.15, Central registry card issued to Juraj Friedman, 14. March 1945, 14 March 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Central registry card issued to Juraj Friedman, 14. March 1945. It states is identification number in Theresienstadt.
Subject/Index Terms:
ghetto identification document
Identification documents
Prisoner identification numbers, Nazi German concentration camps
Theresienstadt (Czechoslovakia)
Theresienstadt ghetto
Creators:
Jewish ghetto administration, Theresienstadt (1940 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.04.16, Work Identification card issued to Helena Jarema , 26 January 1943, Lemberg (Lviv), 26 January 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card issued to Helena Jarema , 26 January 1943, Lemberg (Lviv). It is her ID for the shoe factory in Lviv where she works.
Subject/Index Terms:
work identification document
Work documents
Identification documents
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria
Creators:
Shoe factory Lviv (Lemberg)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.04.17, Travel Passport issued to Chane Puder in Vienna, 19 October 1938 marked with Jude, 19 October 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Travel Passport issued to Chane Puder in Vienna, 19 October 1938 marked with Jude. Has several stamps: Transit Visa for Belgium, issued in the Belgian consulate in Vienna, 17 May 1939; Entry visa for the UK, valid for 90 days, assuring that she has to emigrate from the UK again, issued 6 April 1939, a luggage permit from Vienna, 16 May 1939.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Jude stamp in identification documents
Emigration from Nazi Germany
Emigration documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German authorities (1919 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Vienna (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.04.18, Identification document issued to Mieczyslaw Front by French authorities, France, 3 April 1945, 3 April 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification document issued to Mieczyslaw Front by French authorities, France, 3. April 1945
Subject/Index Terms:
French Identification Card
Identification documents
Creators:
French Police (1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.04.19, Identification card issued to Johanna Reiter in Szabadka, Hungary, 1942, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card issued to Johanna Reiter in Szabadka, Hungary, 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Hungary (Europe)
Creators:
Hungarian Authorities (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.04.20, Identification document issued to Beentje Jansen in Holland, valid until 31 December 1944, 31 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification document issued to Beentje Jansen in Holland, the Hague, valid until 31 December 1944.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
The Hague (Netherlands)
Netherlands under German occupation (1940 -- 1945)
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.04.21, Identification card for a Jewish Person, U.M Gron, NetherlandsAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification card for a Jewish Person, U.M Gron, Hilversum, Netherlands. Marked with Jude stamp.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Jude stamp in identification documents
Hilversum (Netherlands)
Creators:
Township Hilversum
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.04.22, Residence card for Mechel Bandler, from Wieliczka, marked with Star of David, Poland, 10 August 1942, 10 August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Residence card for Mechel Bandler from Wieliczka, marked with Star of David, Poland, 10 August 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents
Star of David stamp in identification documents
Wieliczka (Poland)
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.04.23, Krakow Kennkarte (ID card) for a Jew, Mechel Bandler, valid until 23 February 1942, Krakow, Poland, 23 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Krakow Kennkarte (ID card) for a Jew, Mechel Bandler, valid until 23 February 1942, Krakow, Poland. The document has to be shown to officials every 23rd per month to remain valid. Also on the card are certain rules for jews: They are not allowed to move without permit by German authorities, change of residence has to be confirmed by police in the document, changing the card will be punished.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents for Jews
Krakow, Poland
Civil administration documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.04.24, Work card issued to  Henryk Kowalczyk  in Warsaw, 2 December 1943, 2 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work card issued to  Henryk Kowalczyk  in Warsaw, 2 December 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
work identification document
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Work documents
Warsaw (Poland)
Creators:
Employment bureau Warsaw (1938 -- 1945)
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.04.25, Camp Nonnendamm in Berlin, penitentiary pass for Alfons Klemenz, clerk, issued 23 February 1942, 23 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Camp Nonnendamm in Berlin, penitentiary pass for Alfons Klemenz, issued 23. February 1942. This document says he is a clerk in departement 5/I
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
work identification document
Work documents
Camp Nonnendamm
Penitentiary documents
Creators:
Camp Nonnendamm
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.04.26, Attachment to Passport with the right to work in Tirol  issued to Schlomo Birnbaum by the Jewish cultural community of Innsbruck, 1946, 1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Attachment to Passport with the right to work in Tirol  issued to Schlomo Birnbaum by the Jewish cultural community of Innsbruck, 1946. The document says Schlomo Birnbaum was Rabbi of Tirol. Also one stamp of the employement bureau Innsbruck. He must have been employed as Rabbi at least from March 1947 until November 1947, as these months are stamped.
Subject/Index Terms:
Work documents
Identification documents
Jewish religious community
Jewish religious community, Innsbruck (Austria)
Innsbruck (Austria)
Tirol (Austria)
Creators:
Jewish religious community Innsbruck (Austria)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.04.27, Preliminary Identification card for Christine Motak, born 15 April 1929 from Lviv, 15 April 1929Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Preliminary Identification card for Christine Motak, born 15 April 1929, from Lviv/ Lemberg. A stamp in passport states that she is earmerked for naturalization.
Subject/Index Terms:
Passports, German
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Naturalization documents
Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.04.28, Volkspolitisches Referat ID, copy, of Ursel Marie, dated 31 December 1943, Lviv, 31 december 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Volkspolitisches Referat ID, copy, of Ursel Marie, dated 31 December 1943, Lviv. The document assures that Ursel Marie is German
Subject/Index Terms:
Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents for Germany
Preliminary identification documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
SS and police of Lemberg/ Lviv (1938 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.04.29, Identification documents for Laib Malek, born 13 June 1926, one of them issued 16 December 1948, 13 June 1926Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification documents for Laib Malek, born 13 June 1926. Among these documents is his health card, a document in Hebrew and his driver license which was issued 16 December 1948
Subject/Index Terms:
Postwar identification documents
Identification documents
Identification documents for Germany
Civil administration documents
driver's license
Creators:
AJDC-CC-OSE Medical Departement
technical investigation office, Frankfurt/ Main
German postwar authorities (1945 -- present)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.04.30, Permit for Katherina Zyla to be in the streets of Lublin at night, dated 30 May 1940, 30 May 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Permit for Katherina Zyla to be in the streets in Lublin at night from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. due to her job, dated 30 May 1940. Extended validity until 31 October 1940.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Work documents
Lublin ghetto
Lublin (Poland)
Special permissions
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German police and security forces, Lublin (1941--1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.04.31, Duplicate birth certificate for Laszlo Wald, issued 29 July 1943, 29 July 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Duplicate birth certificate for Laszlo Wald, issued 29 July 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
Birth certificates
Hungary (Europe)
Identification documents
Mukacevo (Czechoslovakia)
Hungarian-annexed territories
Creators:
Hungarian Authority of Mukacevo (Munkas) (1940 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.04.32, Health card and Certificate of Registration with the Jewish Agency for Palestine, issued for Sofia Samuel, 1948, 1948Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Health card and Certificate of Registration with the Jewish Agency for Palestine, issued for Sofia Samuel, 1948
Subject/Index Terms:
Health cards
Registration certificates
Creators:
Jewish Agency for Palestine (1929 -- present)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.04.33, Membership card for Association of Jewish Political Prisoners, issued to Lifoze Petersiel, born 6 July 1902Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Membership card for Association of Jewish Political Prisoners, issued to Lifoze Petersiel, born 6 July 1902. It contains a list of concentration camps where the person was as well as their way of departure.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Jewish political prisoners
Antwerp (Belgium)
Association of Jewish political prisoners
Creators:
Association of Jewish political prisoners Antwerp
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-72.04.34, Ausweiskarte for M. Rosenberg-Bachenheimer in Bergen-Belsen, issued by the Judenaelteste 27 June 1944, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ausweiskarte for M. Rosenberg-Bachenheimer in Bergen-Belsen, born on 12 October 1899. It is issued by the Judenaelteste in Bergen-Belsen on 27 June 1944. This document assures that the woman who it is issued to is a carer in block 22.
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos
Identification documents
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
Creators:
Jewish Councils (Judenrate) (1939 -- 1945)
Jewish Council (Judenrat), Bergen-Belsen (27 June 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.04.35, ID tag belonging to ZS. MUSZ 012.576 42Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
ID tag belonging to ZS. MUSZ 012.576 42
Subject/Index Terms:
ID tag
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-72.04.36, Certificate issued to Leib Israel Morgenstern in Klettendorf on 10 June 1942, 10 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Certificate issued to Leib Israel Morgenstern in forced labour camp Klettendorf on 10 June 1942. The certificate has a R.A.B. (Reichsautobahn) stamp and is signed by the camp leader.
Subject/Index Terms:
Forced labor
Klettendorf (Germany)
Identification documents
Creators:
Forced labor camp Klettendorf (until 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-72.04.37, German Kennkarte for Hans Sigmar Israel Lachmann, issued 16 December 1938, 16 December 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Kennkarte for Hans Sigmar Israel Lachmann, issued 16 December 1938 by the police headquarters in Munich. The document would be valid until 16 December 1943, but the 43 is crossed with a red pen.
Subject/Index Terms:
Jude stamp in identification documents
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German police authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Munich (Germany) (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-72.04.38, German Reisepass for Hans Sigmar Israel Lachmann, issued 2 February 1939, 2 February 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Reisepass for Hans Sigmar Israel Lachmann, issued 2 February 1939. The passport has several different stamps: One by the police headquarters in Munich which says he is emigrant; one by Seiler & Co. that says he payed forex worth 10RM for the month of March; a visa by the British Vice Consul which is only valid together with a visa for the USA; a transit permit for the UK; a immigration visa for the USA and a stamp in dutch dated 9 April 1939. Also there is an attachment with information about forex and travelling to foreign countries.
Subject/Index Terms:
Emigration documents
Emigration from Nazi Germany
immigration papers, United States
Immigration passports for Jews, German
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Temporary visas
Creators:
Police headquarters, Munich (Germany) (1933 -- 1945)
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German police authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-72.04.39, German Reisepass for Julius Israel Lachmann, issued 7 March 1940, 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Reisepass for Julius Israel Lachmann, issued 7 March 1940 in Munich. Stamped with a permit to leave germany from 9 May 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents for Jews
Emigration from Nazi Germany
Emigration documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German police authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Munich (Germany) (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-72.04.40, German Reisepass for Neta Erna Sara Lachmann, issued 7 March 1940, 7 March 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Reisepass for Neta Erna Sara Lachmann, issued 7 March 1940 by the police headquartes in Munich. Extended validity until 8 May 1941. Stamped with a permit to leave Germany for emigration.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents for Germany
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Identification documents for Jews
Emigration documents
Emigration from Nazi Germany
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Munich (Germany) (1933 -- 1945)
German police authorities in Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-72.04.41, German Reisepass for Julius and Neta Lachmann, issued 6 July 1931, 6 July 1931Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Reisepass for Julius and Neta Lachmann, issued 6 July 1931. The passporthas several stamps saying the holder of the passport got foreign currency. One other stamp says that Julius Lachmann's citizenship was changed to "Deutsches Reich" on 20 March 1934. A handwritten note from 14 February 1936 states that the passport is only valid domestically. One stamp is only particially legible, it is from Kufstein from 21 March 1934.
Subject/Index Terms:
Passports, German
Travel passports (Reisepass)
Emigration documents
Weimar Republic, 1918 -- 193
Identification documents
Identification documents for Germany
Creators:
Government of Weimar Republic (1918 -- 1933)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-72.04.42, German Arbeitsbuch for Julius Israel Lachmann, issued 25 February 1936, 26 February 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Arbeitsbuch for Julius Israel Lachmann, issued 25 February 1936. This Arbeitsbuch documents Julius Lachmann's career. It names his graduation: Final exams for being a chantor, 1910; elementary school teacher exams, no date; state examination, 1913; also he went to a musical school in Frankfurt, 1912/20. The document says so far he had a job as a religion teacher at the Jewish religious community in Munich. There is also a stamp from this community which proves that fact, also it says he started working there 1 August 1923 and stopped 14 May 1941. There are some handwritten notes about his graduation, they are saying the same than mentioned above.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Work documents
Work books, German issued
Jewish religious community
Jewish religious community Munich (Germany)
Creators:
German authorities (1919 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-72.04.43, German Fremdenpass for Beila Lea Sara Herrbaum, issued 24 March 1939, 24 March 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
German Fremdenpass for Beila Lea Sara Herrbaum, issued 24 August 1939. This is a passport for people who do not have the German citizenship. It says she has no citizenship at all. There is one stamp by the police of Vienna that allows her to enter the German territories. Also there are several other stamps: one by the forex institution in Vienna, April 1939; one by the same institution allowing her to take handloggage with her, 11 April 1939; a visa for Palestine, dated 31 March 1939 valid until 30 April 1939; one by the Government of Palestine, departement of migration in Tel Aviv; a transit visa for Triest, to enter the ship 'Galilea' on 19 April 1939 to Palestine; one sayin 'Custom House' 28 April 1939, Tel Aviv; a permit by the government of Palestine, departement of migration to stay in Palestine permanently. There are several handwritten notes, they are illegible. Also the first page is stamped with a J for Jew.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Emigration from Nazi-annexed Austria
Emigration documents
Immigration to British Mandate of Palestine
Jude stamp in identification documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Vienna (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-72.04.44, Child identification card for Josef Baruch Stub, issued in Mainz on 9 December 1938, 9 December 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Child identification card for Josef Baruch Stub, issued in Mainz on 9 December 1938. The document is stamped with a J for Jude, it says the boy has no citizenship. There are several stamps, most are illegible. One is by the Government of Palestine, dated 27 February 1939, one by the police of Mainz, also there is a handwirtten note in Italian saying something about a visa and Triesto.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents, German issued, 1933 -- 1945
Emigration from Nazi Germany
Emigration documents
Immigration to British Mandate of Palestine
Jude stamp in identification documents
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Police headquarters, Mainz (Germany) (1933 --1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-72.04.45, Identification document issued to Rosa Audek by the Romanian police on 9 October 1941, 9 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Identification document issued to Rosa Audek by the Romanian police on 9 October 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Identification documents
Identification documents for Romania
Creators:
Political Police Cernauti (Romania)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-72.04.46, Form for first notice of medical profession, issued to Abraham Zollman by Health departement of the District of Galicia, Lemberg, dated 1 April 1942, 1 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;">Form for first notice of medical profession, issued to Abraham Zollman by Health departement of the District of Galicia, Lemberg, dated 1 April 1942. This document is about the medical career of Abraham Zollman. The questionaire is asking detailed questions about the time of Soviet occupation.</span>
Subject/Index Terms:
Work documents
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
Identification documents
Identification documents for German-occupied and controlled territories in Europe
Jews in medical professions
Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria
Creators:
German authorities, district Galicia (1941 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-72.04.47, Proof of pick-up of a package for Harry Juras by camp Westerbrok, 1943, 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;">Proof of pick-up of a package for Harry Juras, born 25 October 1907, by camp Westerbrok, 1943</span>
Subject/Index Terms:
Westerbork (Transit camp)
Netherlands under German occupation (1940 -- 1945)
Packages
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Creators:
Westerbork Transit Camp Authorities
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-72.40.48, Abstract of identification document of Sippora Davids,  issued by Lager Westerbork, 14 January 1944, 14 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Abstract of identification document of Sippora Davids, born 18 March 1908, issued by Lager Westerbork, 14 January 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Westerbork (Transit camp)
Identification documents
Identification documents for German-occupied and controlled territories in Europe
Jude stamp in identification documents
Creators:
Westerbork Transit Camp Authorities
Sub-Collection 5: RG-72.05, Red Cross papers, 1940 --1944Add to your cart.
This collection comprised messages send from Germany and German-occupied and controlled territories to to the belligerent and neutral countries. A message was limited to 25 words.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.05.01, British Red Cross in Palestine Postal Message sent from Emanuel Dux to Mozes Etelka in Hungary, dated 28 October 1943, 28 October 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
British Red Cross in Palestine Postal Message sent from Emanuel Dux to Mozes Etelka in Hungary, dated 28 October 1943. The message is written in Hungarian.
Subject/Index Terms:
British Red Cross
Red Cross messages
Kolozsvar (Hungary)
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Palestine
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.05.02, Postal Message from Giza Blau to Teresie Spiegel sent from the British Red Cross in Palestine to Karpatalja, Hungary, dated 13 June 1942, 13 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal Message from Giza Blau to Teresie Spiegel sent from the British Red Cross in Palestine to Karpatalja, Hungary, dated 13 June 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
Red Cross messages
Karpatalja (Ukrania)
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.05.03, Message sent from Sandorne Cseko in Budapest, Hungary to Adalbert Kalman in Jerusalem, 29 September 1943, 29 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message sent from Sandorne Cseko in Budapest, Hungary to Adalbert Kalman in Jerusalem, 29 September 1943. Sandorne wants to know if Adalbert received the last letters.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Budapest (Hungary)
Jerusalem (Israel)
Hungarian Red Cross
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Hungarian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.05.04, Message sent from Oskar Better in Cairo to Eugen Better in Bratislava, Slovensko, 18 May 1943, 18 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message sent from Oskar Better in Cairo to Eugen Better in Bratislava, Slovensko, 18 May 1943. Oskar tells Eugen he received his letter and asks him to write as soon as he gets news from the parents. On the back is the reply: I wrote to you again. No news from the parentsand Bruno. Uncle Sigfried and aunt in Wadowitz. I am working a lot and am content. Love. Bratislava 8 August 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
International Committee of the Red Cross
Cairo (Egypt)
wartime correspondences
Bratislava (Slovakia)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.05.05, Message sent from Oskar Better in Cairo to Eugen Better in Bratislava, Slovensko, 12 May 1944, 12 May 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message sent from Oskar Better in Cairo to Eugen Better in Bratislava, Slovensko, 12 May 1944. Oskar is happy about the news from Eugen. He asks him to write immediately as soon as he has news from the parents or Bruno. The reply on the back is: Happy to hear good news from you. No news from the parents, since December neither from Bruno, neither Siegfried and Paula. Love. 30 July 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
International Committee of the Red Cross
Cairo (Egypt)
Bratislava (Slovakia)
wartime correspondences
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross Geneva (Switzerland) - Departement of the Middle East
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.05.06, Envelope from Palestine to the International Red Cross Committee in Geneva, 16 April 1941, 16 April 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Palestine to the International Red Cross Committee in Geneva, 16 April 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
International Committee of the Red Cross
Palestine
Geneva (Switzerland)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.05.07, Envelope sent to the International Red Cross in Geneva from Krakow, 16 December 1943, 16 December 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to the International Red Cross in Geneva from Krakow, 16 December 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
International Committee of the Red Cross
Geneva (Switzerland)
Krakow, Poland
wartime correspondences
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.05.08, Envelope sent to the International Red Cross in Geneva from Miryam Zabrier in Pabianice, Poland 13 December 1940, 13 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to the International Red Cross in Geneva from Miryam Zabrier in Pabianice, Poland 13 December 1940. Has been opened by Nazis.
Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
International Committee of the Red Cross
Geneva (Switzerland)
Pabianice (Poland)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.05.09, Inquiry from Palestine to Nuremberg, Germany, 7 April 1942, 7 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Inquiry from Palestine to Nuremberg, Germany, 7 April 1942. Erna hopes that Louis is healthy. She herself is satisfied but misses the children. Ruth was fourthbest at the nurses exam. She tells Louis that Fritz is happy doing a priest's seminar in Canada. The adress of the parents in Nuremberg is accompanied by a note that says they have been deported to Theresienstadt on 10 September 1942, their evacuation numbers were 439 and 440. The new adress is the Judenrat of Theresienstadt.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Nuremberg (Germany)
Theresienstadt ghetto
wartime correspondences
Judenrat, Jewish council in ghettos
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.05.10, Member Card, Czechoslovak Red Cross in London, Dr. Lichtenstein, Tel Aviv, 1944, 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Member Card, Czechoslovak Red Cross in London, Dr. Lichtenstein, Tel Aviv, 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Czechoslovakian Red Cross
London (England)
Red Cross papers
Creators:
Czechoslovakian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.05.11, Card, Czechoslovak Red Cross in Palestine, Ella Kohnova , Tel Aviv, 1943, 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Card, Czechoslovak Red Cross in Palestine, Ella Kohnova , Tel Aviv, 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
Czechoslovakian Red Cross
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Red Cross papers
Creators:
Czechoslovakian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.05.12, Message from Budapest, Hungary to Bolivia, written to Edmundo Laenes, 26 March 1940, 26 March 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message from Budapest, Hungary to Bolivia, written to Edmundo Laenes, 26 March 1940.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Budapest (Hungary)
Hungarian Red Cross
Bolivia (South America)
Oruro (Bolivia)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, delegation in Budapest (Hungary)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.05.13, Message from Romania to Tel Aviv, Palestine, written from Riccole to Josef Ruolich, 3 March 1944, 3 March 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message from Romania to Tel Aviv, Palestine, written from Riccole to Josef Ruolich, 3 March 1944. The message says: We are healthy and hope to see you again soon, before it is to late. Leon, Elli, Margit, Birthday April 1900, October 1903, September 1927. Elly Riccole
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Romania (Europe)
Cernauti (Chernouitsi, Chernowitz)
wartime correspondences
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.05.14, Message from Bucharest, Romania to Tel Aviv, Palestine, written from Meirceo Podeanu to Avram Tavaler, 23 March 1943, 23 March 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Message from Bucharest, Romania to Tel Aviv, Palestine, written from Meirceo Podeanu to Avram Tavaler, 23 March 1943. The message is written in french and says:

Didn't get anything for a long time. Be calm, everybody is doing fine. I would really like to see you again. I wait impatiently. Hugs 8 March 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Romania (Europe)
Bucharest (Romania)
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Palestine
Creators:
Romanian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.05.15, British Red Cross Message from London to Dusseldorf, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Otto Braunschweig, 30 September 1943, 30 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross Message from London to Dusseldorf, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Otto Braunschweig, 30 September 1943. The message says:

My dears. I have not heard from you since the message regarding Henry. Please write to me. We are doing fine. All the best for you all.

The reply on the back says:

Henny Osten adress and message impossible. Maybe easier through the Red Cross there. All doing fine, also Felx. Best regards, Otto

Subject/Index Terms:
British Red Cross
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Duesseldorf (Germany)
London (England)
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.05.16, British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 January 1940, 1 January 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 January 1940. They send greetings and let Clara know that they are healthy. The reply on the back says:

My dears, we are very happy to hear from you and reply instantly. We are doing fine and healthy. Love, Mamma and Henny. 25 January 1940

Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
wartime correspondences
London (England)
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.05.17, British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 3 May 1941, 3 May 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 3 May 1941. The message says:

My dears, we are still doing fine, hopefully so are you. Happy birthday to Mama and all the best, Kurt, Erri. 3 May 1941

The reply on the back says:

Very happy to hear from you, sending our greetings back. We are doing okay. All the best for you Mama/ Henny 29 July 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
British Red Cross
Berlin (Germany)
London (England)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.05.19, British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 May 1942, 1 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 May 1942. The message says:

We are doing fine and are happy about your message from February. Best birthday wishes fro you dear Mama and you dear Henny. Erri/ Kurt

The reply says: Vary happy and grateful for your message. All the best for you, love, Mama/ Henny. 22 June 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
British Red Cross
Berlin (Germany)
London (England)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.05.20, British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 October 1942, 1 October 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, 1 October 1942. Kurt did not hear from his family in a long time and hopes they are all well.
Subject/Index Terms:
Berlin (Germany)
London (England)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
wartime correspondences
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.05.21, British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Margarete Frankenschwerth to Henny Frankenschwerth, 12 October 1942, 12 October 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
British Red Cross Message from London to Berlin, Germany, written from Margarete Frankenschwerth to Henny Frankenschwerth, 12 October 1942. Margarete writes how well she can feel Henny's pain because she misses Kurt.
Subject/Index Terms:
Berlin (Germany)
London (England)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
wartime correspondences
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.05.22, Belgian Red Cross Request from Chana Landesmann, Recipient is Moshe Landesmann in Jerusalem, 27. January 1944, 27 January 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Belgian Red Cross Request from Chana Landesmann, Recipient is Moshe Landesmann in Jerusalem, 27. January 1944. Written in old German handwriting.
Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Belgian Red Cross
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Belgium (Europe)
Brussels (Belgium)
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Creators:
Belgian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.05.23, British Red Cross Message from Abram Handelsman in Tel Aviv to Chana Handelsman in Poland, dated 21 January 1941, 21 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
British Red Cross Message from Abram Handelsman in Tel Aviv to Chana Handelsman in Poland, dated 21 January 1941. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Warsaw (Poland)
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.05.24, From the  Polish Red Cross in Palestine. Confirmation issued to Marek Schein in Tel-Aviv of the paid membership dues, 18 September 1941, 18 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From the  Polish Red Cross in Palestine. Confirmation issued to Marek Schein in Tel-Aviv of the paid membership dues, 18 September 1941. Written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Polish Red Cross
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Red Cross papers
Creators:
Polish Red Cross
Polish Red Cross, Palestine branch
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.05.25, P.O.W. Parcels Department, Red Cross House, German Colony, Jerusalem, dated 2 July 1942, 2 July 1942Add to your cart.

P.O.W. Parcels Department, Red Cross House, German Colony, Jerusalem, dated 2 July 1942. The document lists sent items:

3 towels, 1 pkt. razor blades, 1 biscuits, 1 chocolate, sweets, 1 pkt. tobacco, 1 cigarettes, 1 soap, 2 hankerchiefs, 1 toothpowder, 1 grapefruit, [...]

Also has a stamp saying 'Prisoners of war parcel dept.'

Subject/Index Terms:
Packages
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Prisoners of War
Red Cross House, Jerusalem (Palestine)
Creators:
P.O.W. Parcels Departement Red Cross House, Jerusalem (Palestine)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.05.26, Postcard from Mr. Bertold Katz to care of Lady Macmichael, postmarked 18 February 1944, 18 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Mr. Bertold Katz to care of Lady Macmichael, postmarked 18 February 1944. Contains an index.
Subject/Index Terms:
British Red Cross
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Ankara (Turkey)
postcards
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.05.27, Message from Erwin Galewski in Palestine to Ruth Weichmann in Germany, dated 18 December 1940, 18 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Message from Erwin Galewski in Palestine to Ruth Weichmann in Germany, dated 18 December 1940. The message is on the back as a reply, but there is no message on the front page. It says:

December '40. Erna and I are well. We live lonely but bearable, enough food. Old adress. Please message Paul. Getting here is impossible. More via friends. Ruth

Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Kattowitz (Poland)
International Committee of the Red Cross
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.05.28, Message from Moritz Zilz in Slovakia to Harry Konigsbeer in Palestine, dated 10 April 1942, 10 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message from Moritz Zilz in Slovakia to Harry Konigsbeer in Palestine, dated 10 April 1942. It says: Spent the holidays well. No news since November. Did you get any? What are you doing? And Gustouri? Be happy! Write to Red Cross, David and Sari. Kisses to everyone!
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Bratislava (Slovakia)
Slovakia (Europe)
Palestine
Kibbutz Rechovoth (Palestine)
Creators:
Zilz, Moritz
Slovakian Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.05.29, Polish Red Cross message from Jerusalem to British Red Cross Jerusalem, dated 11 October 1944, 11 October 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Polish Red Cross message from Jerusalem to British Red Cross Jerusalem, dated 11 October 1944. The letter concerns Elena Lichtig, who is now living in Tel Aviv. Letters to her should be directed to the Polish Red Cross.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Polish Red Cross
British Red Cross
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Creators:
Polish Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.05.30, Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Tarn, France, postmarked 22 June 1942, 22 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Tarn, France, postmarked 22 June 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
International Committee of the Red Cross
Geneva (Switzerland)
Creators:
French Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.05.31, Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Camp du Vernet d'Ariege, France, postmarked 18 March 1942, 18 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Camp du Vernet d'Ariege, France, postmarked 18 March 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
International Committee of the Red Cross
Camp du Vernet d'Ariege (France)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.05.32, Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Walter Wachs in Camp de Djelfa, Algeria (France), postmarked 20 March 1942, 20 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to International Red Cross in Geneva from Walter Wachs in Camp de Djelfa, Algeria (France), postmarked 20 March 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Algeria
International Committee of the Red Cross
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Geneva (Switzerland)
Camp de Djelfa (Algeria)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.05.33, British Red Cross message from Alli Bick in Palestine to Paula Reiners in Belgium, dated 28 May 1941, 28 May 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross message from Alli Bick in Palestine to Paula Reiners in Belgium, dated 28 May 1941. Alli is happy to have heard from Paula. He is fine but does not hear anything from Hermann. The reply on the back says:

Dear Alli, I am happy about your message, all siblings and I are healthy, happy birthday. Haven't heard from Hermann. Kisses, Paula.

Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Palestine
Brussels (Belgium)
wartime correspondences
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-72.05.34, Postcard from Stanislaw Zurnia in Switzerland to the Red Cross in Toulouse, France, postmarked 22 August 1940, 22 August 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Stanislaw Zurnia in Switzerland to the Red Cross in Toulouse, France, postmarked 22 August 1940. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Toulouse (France)
Geneva (Switzerland)
wartime correspondences
Creators:
Zurnia, Stanislaw
French Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.05.35, Danish Red Cross message from Mrs. Gruen in Copenhagen to Mr. Goldshein in Tel Aviv (in Norwegian Red Cross envelope), dated 23 August 1940, 23 August 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Danish Red Cross message from Mrs. Gruen in Copenhagen to Mr. Goldshein in Tel Aviv (in Norwegian Red Cross envelope), dated 23 August 1940. The message says: Thinking so much upon you on your birthday today. Sure you have written but nothing heard from you. We are all well. Heartiest regards to you both. Yours, Addi
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Copenhagen (Denmark)
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
wartime correspondences
Danish Red Cross
Creators:
Danish Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-72.05.36, Message sent from Tel Aviv, Palestine through International Red Cross, dated 16 June 1940, 16 June 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Message sent from Tel Aviv, Palestine through International Red Cross, dated 16 June 1940. The message is written in German and Polish. It says: The International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva is asking for information on your condition. Please aswer on the back and send this form back to the adress above.

The answer on the back is written in Polish.

Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Tel Aviv (Israel)
Polish Red Cross
International Committee of the Red Cross
Creators:
International Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-72.05.37, Envelope from Lomscha, Bialystok, Poland to the International Red Cross in Geneva, postmarked 12 October 1942, 12 October 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Lomscha, Bialystok, Poland to the International Red Cross in Geneva, postmarked 12 October 1942. has been opened by censors.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Bialystok (Poland: Ghetto)
International Committee of the Red Cross
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Geneva (Switzerland)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-72.05.38, Message from Benjamin Goldsztejn in Palestine to Mydel Toaletowych in Warsaw, dated 16 February 1940, 16 February 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message from Benjamin Goldsztejn in Palestine to Mydel Toaletowych in Warsaw, dated 16 February 1940. First message is asking for a message from Bernard Goldszteijn Leib-Ber vel in German. Reply on the back written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Haifa (Palestine)
Warsaw (Poland)
wartime correspondences
International Committee of the Red Cross
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-72.05.39, Message from Trude Seefeld in Berlin to Siegbert Seefeld in Buenos Aires, Argentina, dated 9 March 1942, 9 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Message from Trude Seefeld in Berlin to Siegbert Seefeld in Buenos Aires, Argentina, dated 9 March 1942. Trude writes that the last letter to Siegbert was returned. She sends their new address and tells him that she is healthy. Dettmar died from a heart attack.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Berlin (Germany)
wartime correspondences
Creators:
German Red Cross
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-72.05.40, British Red Cross message from Erwin Jacobowitz to Martin Jacobowitz in Berlin, dated 12 February 1942, 12 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross message from Erwin Jacobowitz to Martin Jacobowitz in Berlin, dated 12 February 1942. Erwin asks why Martin never writes about himself. He also asks about the father's work and mother's surgery. The reply on the back says:

Happy about another message. Happy stomach trouble stopped. Mutti is doing better. Vati's work is satisfying. Are you still in your old job? Love, Mutti, Vati

Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Berlin (Germany)
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-72.05.41, International Red Cross letter from P. Moszkowicz to Josef Moszkowicz, dated 7 November 1939, 7 November 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
International Red Cross letter from P. Moszkowicz to Josef Moszkowicz, dated 7 November 1939. The letter is asking for news from [illegible name] in the name of P. Moszcowicz. There is a reply on the back as suggested by the letter. It says: We are in Kuty under Soviet occupation. We are healthy and are waiting wistfully for news about your condition.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
Kuty (Ukraine)
Geneva (Switzerland)
International Committee of the Red Cross
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-72.05.42, Envelope from Milivoje Strahinjie in Molondin-Vaud to the International Red Cross in Geneva, date unknownAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Milivoje Strahinjie in Molondin-Vaud to the International Red Cross in Geneva, date unknown
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
wartime correspondences
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Molondin (Switzerland)
International Committee of the Red Cross
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-72.05.43, Envelope from Helga Hornung in Ravensburg to the International Red Cross in Switzerland, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope from Helga Hornung in Ravensburg to the International Red Cross in Switzerland, undated. Has been opened by cencors.
Subject/Index Terms:
Red Cross papers
wartime correspondences
Geneva (Switzerland)
Ravensburg (Germany)
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.05.18, British Red Cross Postal Message sent from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, Berlin, 23 February 1942, 23 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

British Red Cross Postal Message sent from Kurt Frankenschwerth to Clara Frankenschwerth, Berlin, 23 February 1942. The message is: My dears, we received your answer via the Red Cross from July and we wish you only the best. We are doing fine and are busy. Love, Kurt, Erri

On the back is another message: We are very happy to hear from you for the first time and send our greetings back. We wrote to you every month. All the best for you two. Berlin, 20 February 1942.

Subject/Index Terms:
British Red Cross
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-72.05.44, Document from the Jewish Agency, Palestine to the Red Cross, Geneva, requesting to deliver a message to Salomon Muehlbaum, 19 October1943, 19 October 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Document from the Jewish Agency, Palestine to the Red Cross, Geneva, requesting to deliver a message to Salomon Muehlbaum and his family, 19 October 1943. The message is written in French. It says: You are registered in the fourth list of Zionist veterans. Your number is m/438/43/d/268.

There is a handwritten illegible note on the back taht says something about Geneva.

Subject/Index Terms:
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Jerusalem (Palestine)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
wartime correspondences
International Committee of the Red Cross
Creators:
International Comitee of the Red Cross, Geneva (Switzerland) (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-72.05.45, Document to forward a message to Emanuel Boers, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands from Jakob Emanuel, Tel Aviv, Palestine, dated 14 November 1941, 14 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Document to forward a message to Emanuel Boers, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands from Jakob Emanuel, Tel Aviv, Palestine, dated 14 November 1941. Written in Dutch, reply on the back.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tel Aviv (Israel)
's-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands)
Red Cross messages
Red Cross messages during the Second World War
British Red Cross
wartime correspondences
Creators:
British Red Cross (1940-1944)
Sub-Collection 6: RG-72.06, German postcards of various topics, 19th -- 20th century, 1931 --1942Add to your cart.
This collection comprises postcards and caricatures, largely, of antisemitic content
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.06.01, Der ewige Jude, Visit the Exhibition Ethernal Jew, Vienna, c1938, 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Der ewige Jude, Visit the Exhibition Ethernal Jew, Vienna, c1938
Subject/Index Terms:
Der ewige Jude
Vienna, Austria
Antisemitism
The eternal Jew exhibition
Creators:
unknown
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.06.02, Greeting card, German Olympics in Berlin, August 1936, 1936Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Greeting card, German Olympics in Berlin, August 1936. Addressed to Miss Hanne Kocherthaler in Berlin written by her father.
Subject/Index Terms:
Olympic Games
postcards
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
Hanne Kocherthaler's Dad
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.06.03, Nazi anti-Jewish propaganda card from Austria, 25 July 1938, 25 July 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Nazi anti-Jewish propaganda card from Austria, 25 July 1938
Subject/Index Terms:
Antisemitism
Anti-Semitism in Austria
Nazi Anti-Semitic Propaganda
postcards
Austria (Europe)
Creators:
Leopold Stoder Publishing, Graz (Austria)
Koeck, Franz
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.06.04, Blank postcard with the stamp bearing Hitler's order to rename Lodz to Litzmannstadt  from 11 April 1940, 11 April 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Blank postcard with the stamp bearing Hitler's order to rename Lodz to Litzmannstadt  from 11 April 1940
Subject/Index Terms:
Nazi war propaganda
Nazi Propaganda
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
postcards
Creators:
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.06.05, Postcard from Vienna, stamp depicting Hitler and Mussolini, it says 'two nations-one struggle', 30 January 1941, 30 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Vienna, stamp depicting Hitler and Mussolini, Motto reads “two nations-one struggle, 30 January 1941. A sticker on the postcard says 'Workers you are weird thinkers, you are feeding your own hangmen, the jews.'
Subject/Index Terms:
Hitler
Mussolini
Antisemitism
postcards
Vienna, Austria
Hitler and Mussolini 1935-1939
Creators:
unknown
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.06.06, Postcard to Leipzig, Germany, written to Fritz Wolf, 11 January 1942, 11 January 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard to Leipzig, Germany, written to Fritz Wolf, 11 January 1942. Note on postcard says: Juedlach, Juedlach, remember: An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
Subject/Index Terms:
Antisemitism
postcards
Leipzig (Germany)
Creators:
Wolf, Fritz
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.06.07, Caricature from FrankfurtAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Caricature from Frankfurt saying: How Amschel Rothschild drives through the world.
Subject/Index Terms:
Rothschild, Amschel
Caricature
Antisemitism
postcards
Creators:
unknown
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.06.08, Antisemitic postcard in German, ca 1900Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Antisemitic postcard in German. The picture shows a fat Jew in a car that runs by small people locked inside. It says: 'Car, patent Schmul, cheap business, totally harmless! The Scherer.
Subject/Index Terms:
Caricature
Antisemitism
postcards
Creators:
Stengal &Co., postcard manufaturer
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.06.09, woodcarving by B. Berneis, ca 1900Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Woodcarving by B. Berneis saying: A kosher couple
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Antisemitic satire
Creators:
B. Berneis
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.06.10, Postcard from Berlin to Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bauer, postmarked 26 September 1931, 26 September 1931Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Berlin to Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bauer, postmarked 26 September 1931. The person who wrote the card says they are hoping for them to enjoy their holidays and tells them to stay away as long as possible. Has a sticker with a text in french that says something against racial hatred
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Prewar correspondence
Venice (Italy)
Creators:
Marion
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.06.11, Postcard from Alfred H. N. in Berlin to Dr. Ernst Cohn in Harbin, Manchuria, postmarked 3 May 1938, 3 May 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Alfred H. N. in Berlin to Dr. Ernst Cohn in Harbin, Manchuria, postmarked 3 May 1938. It says the message would follow 10 May 1938, and says only 'Dear Sir' and 'Very sincerly yours, Alfred H. N ... n, PhD. Chemist'
Subject/Index Terms:
Harbin (China)
postcards
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
Alfred H. (1938)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.06.12, Postcard from Dr. Ernst Cohn in Harbin, Manchuria to Dr. A. Nadelmann in Stettin, Germany, dated 12 January 1935, 12 January 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Dr. Ernst Cohn in Harbin, Manchuria to Dr. A. Nadelmann in Stettin, Germany, dated 12 January 1935. He thanks for a newspaper Alfred has sent him, he takes back the order from the las letter, he is also sending newly published stamps and says he is doing well and hopes so is Alfred.
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Harbin (China)
Szczecin, Stettin (Poland)
Creators:
Dr. Cohn, Ernst
Sub-Collection 7: RG-72.07, Correspondence to and from Lodz ghetto, 1941 -- 1944Add to your cart.

In 1939, Lodz was Poland’s second largest city after Warsaw. One-third of its residents, more than 233,000 people were Jews.

Before the end of 1939, 70,000 of the city’s Jews had been deported to labor camps in the General Government or had fled to the Soviet Union. By May 1, 1940, the remaining Jews were forced into a sealed ghetto to face starvation, uncertainty and misery.

The phenomenon of Lodz ghetto can be viewed as a multifactorial discourse. Multiple phenomena, such as of Nazi-German inconsistency in the pursuing of the Final Solution, of Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski as an authoritarian leader of the ghetto and of the industrial mobility of Jewish population in Lodz, all in all induced and maintained an extraordinary existence of the hierarchically ruled and secluded from outside world ghetto.

The social structure in the Lodz Ghetto had the form of a pyramid that narrowed very swiftly in the direction of its apex. At the very pinnacle stood the Eldest of the Jews, Chaim Mordechaj Rumkowski.

The system of personal rule of the Jewish Eldest was established in the ghetto from the very beginning. The entire internal ghetto regime with its division into different groups and segments was narrowly linked with this person and with the Nazi policy that he realized in the ghetto. His personal defects and qualities, his convictions and ideas and his character and temperament had a decisive influence on the formation of the inner conditions in the ghetto.

Rumkowski surely considered the danger connected with his office. In the first weeks, he experienced on his own body the quality of Nazi brutality, when he came to intervene on behalf of the Jewish community secretary Sh. Nadler who had been seized for forced labor. The lust to rule, however, overcame him, particularly since he was by nature not a coward and showed courage and self-control when he stood face to face with a death threat.

In the areas of ghetto life, where the German supervisory authority over the ghetto left the Jews free hands, Rumkowski’s powers were like those of an absolute ruler. He truly became the master of life and death for over 150,000 Jews within the ghetto.

September 1, 1939 – May 1, 1940

On January 19, 1940, the German chief of police in Lodz, Schäffer, issued a warning to non-Jews not to enter the Jewish quarter because it had become a nest of infectious diseases (a common practice of the Nazis in all occupied territories). On February 8, 1940, the establishment of the ghetto was ordered. On March 1, 1940, the Eldest of the Jews, Chaim Rumkowski, issued his Announcement No. 1, the Jews who live in the “Jewish quarter” are to remain there or face reprisals for living illegally. In Announcement No. 4 (March 1940) he further informed “the Jewish population of Lodsch” that he had been instructed by the authorities to “regulate the transfer of Jews to the new quarter.” In April 1940, the ghetto area was enclosed with a wire fence, and on April 19, 1940, Rumkowski was ordered by the German police to have the Ordungsdienst (the Jewish police) guard the fence inside the ghetto. On April 30, 1940, Schäffer ordered the closing of the ghetto. On May 1, 1940, the ghetto was sealed off from the outside world.

May 1, 1940 – January 5, 1942

This period is characterized by the consolidation of Rumkowski’s power over the ghetto and the development of the internal ghetto administration. Rumkowski’s tasks and prerogatives as the Eldest of the ghetto were outlined in a letter from the Oberbürgmeister (signed by city commissioner Schiffer) on April 30, 1940. Rumkowski was to organize and maintain “orderly community life” with respect to economy, provisioning, labor, health and welfare; to submit to the German administration weekly statistics of all ghetto inhabitants; to list and secure all Jewish assets for the purpose of confiscation except for vitally needed clothes, food and dwellings. In return, he was authorized to organize his own police, to confiscate and distribute all food and to enforce work without pay. All ghetto contacts with the German authorities were to be maintained exclusively by Rumkowski or his deputy.

The ghetto, which Rumkowski took over, was confined to an area of 4.3 square kilometers (in February 1941, after the Germans cut off several blocks of the ghetto, the diminished area equaled 3.8 square kilometers). The ghetto was located in the poorest neighborhood of prewar Lodz, the Baluty and Old Town (Stare Miasto), where basic accommodations were generally lacking and sanitary conditions were dismal. In this enclosed and tightly guarded place there lived 160,423 Jews according to a census taken on June 6, 1940. In the overcrowded dwellings there were an average of 3.5 persons per room. Most of the ghetto inhabitants lost all or most of their property when they left their city homes in panic. The economy was nonexistent. The community welfare system, heavily burdened even before the creation of the ghetto, was in shambles.

Rumkowski entered the ghetto with an ideology of survival, which entailed making the ghetto productive and thus useful to the Nazis, especially to the German war industry. On April 5, 1940, he submitted to the Oberbürgmeister a plan to organize industries in the ghetto that would serve the economic needs of the Nazis. Later he would allude in his speeches to this plan as giving the Nazis a virtual “gold mine” – meaning thousands of cheap Jewish laborers. The first tailoring workshop with 300 workers opened on April 20 and on May 13 Rumkowski reported to the Oberbürgmeister that 14,850 tailors and seamstresses registered for work, and he asked for production orders. From these beginning, an industrial complex developed in the ghetto with 117 enterprises and 73,782 workers by the end of 1943.

Meanwhile, a ruthless campaign to confiscate work tools and raw materials was conducted in order to open other workshops and force people to work in ghetto industries rather than on their own. In time, private enterprise in the ghetto was completely eradicated, and Rumkowski became the sole employer for the entire ghetto population.

The system of food rationing (except for the bread) was introduced in the ghetto on June 2, 1940 and from this day ration cards regulated life in the ghetto. In 1940, the population tried to resist. Hunger demonstration and disturbances marked the first year of the ghetto. Demonstrators took the streets on August 10 and 11 and again during the first week of October. The last known disturbance occurred on January 11 and 12, 1941. They were put down by the Jewish Ordungsdienst and German police.

Trying to stabilize the situation in the ghetto, Rumkowski appealed to the German administration, and on September 19 received a loan on 2,000,000 Reichsmarks. He used the loan for relief payments to over 70,000 destitute ghetto inmates. At the same time he was moving fast towards the total rationing of provisions. This was announced on December 15, 1940, with rationing of bread as well. On December 27, 1940, Rumkowski announced the takeover of all private food stores, restaurants and home kitchens and assigned the distribution of food to his own stores. By 1941, the rationing system was firmly in place, and provisioning was fully regulated.

In 1940 and in 1941, the ghetto communal, cultural and social institutions and organizations were still active. The school system was fully operative, childcare was provided by a network of children’s homes, orphanages, summer camps and a free meals program, religion and religious institutions enjoyed a temporary reprieve from Nazi persecutions. There were important social programs for ghetto youth such as haksharas and kibbutzim in Marysin. Theater performances, literary and musical events were arranged in the Culture House and in halls and kitchens maintained by various political groups.

For a while the Nazis seemed content with this situation and interfered little in the ghetto’s internal affairs. Reckless killing did not stop altogether, to be sure and many took place at the ghetto fence where the Schutzolizei (Protective Police) guards would open fire at anyone who came to close. An insane asylum in the ghetto was liquidated and over one hundred of its patients were killed. A sedative, Scopolamin, was administered to them before execution.

The general situation in the ghetto changed radically in the fall of 1941, when a mass of almost 20,000 Jews from Bohemia, Moravia, Austria, Germany and Luxemburg (including the district of Leslau-Leszno in the Wartheland) – generally called “Western Jews” – was deported and resettled in the ghetto.

In order to accommodate them, Rumkowski ordered the closing of ghetto schools and the conversion of school building into reception centers. The schools were never to open again. For the deportees the reality of the Lodz ghetto was a shattering experience from which most never recovered. They felt foreign among the Lodz Jews, they could not adapt to the horrid living conditions and could not comprehend the purpose of this resettlement. Many of them readily went to their final deportation in 1942 to the death camp in Chelmno, convinced that nothing worse than their life in the ghetto could happen to them.

On December 7, 1941, the first Nazi death camp located in Chelmno, some seventy kilometers from Lodz, began its experimental run. Several Jewish communities from the neighboring towns were annihilated there between December 7 and January 14, 1942 – altogether some 6,400 people. The killing vans in which the victims were suffocated by means of exhaust fumes replaced the execution squads of the Einsatzgruppen as both more efficient and less “disturbing”. Even when supplanted by the gas chambers of other death camps, the vans remained in use until July 1944. Over 250,000 Jews from Wartheland were annihilated in Chelmno. Of this number over 70,000 came from the Lodz ghetto.

January 5, 1941 – September 12, 1942

Deportation to and from the Lodz ghetto in 1942 were in step with the Nazi policy of disposing of all unproductive groups including children and old people. The Lodz ghetto was to become a labor camp where nothing mattered but work. Those few survivors of the destroyed communities who were deported to the Lodz ghetto in 1942 had been spared because they were skilled workers.

The first hint of impeding deportation came in a speech by Rumkowski on December 20, 1941, when he announced that a contingent of 10,000 persons had been requested by the Germans for deportation. He further stated that this contingent would be filled with criminal elements, welfare recipients who did not participate in the public works program and black marketeers. On December 30, 1941, an announcement was issued that until further notice all ghetto residents were strictly forbidden to shelter strangers or relatives not registered as members of the household. Finally, on January 5, 1942, the Resettlement Commission nominated by Rumkowski began compiling lists of deportees.

The first transport left Lodz for Chelmno on January 16, 1942. From this day the ghetto was obliged to deliver a contingent of 1,000 persons daily until the quota set by the Nazis was filled. The deportations were halted on January 29 after 10,103 people had left the ghetto.

The process resumed with an even greater intensity on February 22, 1942 and lasted until April 2, 1942. During this phase of deportations, 34,073 lives were extinguished.

Finally, on May 4 the deportation of the “Western” Jews was announced, notwithstanding the fact that they had come to the ghetto only six months earlier. Excluded from this deportation were the former recipients of German or Austrian military awards earned during the First World War and a number of professionals employed in the ghetto administration. By May 15, 1942, 10,161 persons had been deported from the ghetto.

The total number of deportees between January and May 1942 was 54,990 persons, more than one-third of the ghetto population.

To force deportees to come to the transport point the Nazis used the weapon of hunger, curtailing deliveries of food to the ghetto and at the same time providing meals for those who came to the train. This tactic was repeated in all subsequent deportations.

In the middle of it all Rumkowski urged prospective deportees time and again to sell furniture and other property to his “purchasing agencies,” to deposit their belonging until they returned. Nor did he forget to demand that the families of the deported surrender their ration cards.

The next wave of deportation from Lodz was directed against children, the aged and the infirm. This time the ghetto Jews had information of what was to happen and an attempt was made to hide some of the children among the ghetto work force in the summer months of 1942. By July 20 there were about 13,000 children and adolescents employed in the workshops and factories. However, younger children and old people left defenseless.

The deportation began on September 1, 1942 with the removal of the sick from five ghetto hospitals and two preventoriums. On this day, 374 adult and 320 children were deported to the death camp.

On September 5, 1942, a general curfew (Gesperre in German, sphere in Yiddish) was announced until further notice. The residents of old age homes and orphanages were the first to be taken to the train. After that, the Ordnungsienst (Jewish police) had to make house searches in order to find children and take them away from their parents. The results of the first day’s searches were so meager that the German ghetto administration and the Gestapo decided to take matters into their own hands, and the ghetto became the scene of a vicious manhunt. By September 12, it was all over. There were 600 dead in ghetto streets and homes. 15,859 victims had been taken to transports.

On September 12, 1942, the curfew was lifted. Rumkowski announced the opening of all kitchens on September 13 and promised an improvement in the food situation.

September 13, 1942 – June 14, 1944

After the deportation of 1942 there were almost two years of relative stability in the Lodz ghetto. At a time when there were no more ghettos in the Wartheland and all the ghettos in the General Government were being liquidated one after another, the Lodz ghetto continued to exist as a giant labor camp. During 1942 and 1943 its usefulness to the Nazi war machine was beyond doubt, so much so that all attempts by Himmler and the SS to liquidate the ghetto were successfully frustrated by the manpower-starved Nazi armament authorities. Himmler’s plan to convert the ghetto into a concentration camp (which would bring it under the control of the SS) and transfer its much diminished population to the Lublin district, where they would become part of the slave labor complex under Odilo Globocnik, was never materialized.

This situation inside the ghetto was different from previous years. By 1943 there were 87,000 Jews in the ghetto, and eighty-five percent of this total number were working in the ghetto plants of offices.  Many communal services were discontinued. There were no schools, orphanages or summer camps. Relief activities were discontinued. The Rabbinate and all religious institutions were liquidated. The Sabbath and religious holidays were abolished. There were few children and almost no old people in the ghetto.

Nazi supervision of the ghetto was now even more evident than ever.  Many of Rumkowski’s prerogatives were gradually taken from him. The most important instrument of his power, the distribution of food, was personally taken over by Hans Biebow, the chief of the German ghetto administration, in October 1943. The administration offices were reduced or altogether liquidated and their employees transferred to the ghetto plants. The Sonderkommando – a special unit of the Ordnungsdienst that was in charge of expropriations, operations against the black market and political espionage – now gained strength because of their close ties to the Germans. Rumkowski now had to share much of his power with the managers of labor workshops and plants, whose role in the ghetto increased immensely.

June 15, 1944 – January 19, 1945

On June 10, 1944, Himmler ordered the Nazi chief of the Wartheland, Arthur Greiser to begin liquidation of the ghetto without further delay. In view of the Allies’ continuing military offensives and victories, the usefulness of this labor force became debatable and thus the fate of the ghetto was sealed. On June 15, the Gestapo chief in Lodz, Bradfisch, informed Rumkowski that workers were needed inside Germany to repair the damages inflicted by the Allied bombings. He demanded a weekly contingent of 3,000 persons. The next day Rumkowski announced the new deportations and appealed for voluntary sign-ups. The Inter-Division Commission, which included top ghetto officials, was to draft the deportation lists. The deportees were allowed to take along 15 kg of luggage and were to receive food rations for three days.

The first transport in this wave of deportations left ghetto on June 23, 1944. By July 15, 1944, 7,196 people were deported. The destination was, as before, Chelmno.

On July 15, the deportations were suddenly halted. At that time, the Soviet Red Army was already advancing through ethnic Polish territories in an offensive, which eventually brought it the banks of Vistula. The Nazis had decided to liquidate the death camp in Chelmno and obliterated its traces.

After two weeks the deportations from the ghetto were resumed. This much time had been needed to re-direct the transport traffic to Auschwitz where the remaining Jewish population of Lodz was to perish during the month of August. The Soviet offensive was halted some 130 km east of Lodz and was not resumed until January 1945.

On August 2, 1944, Rumkowski made public, in Announcement No. 417, that “on the instructions of the Mayor of Litzmannstadt” the ghetto would be evacuated to an undisclosed location. “The plant crews will go together as units and the families of workers will join them.” Five thousand ghetto residents were to show up daily at the processing centers.

During this month of the Lodz ghetto, Rumkowski wrote a total of twenty-six announcements and warnings in order to ensure an orderly deportation. As his appeals for voluntary submission fell on deaf ears, he resorted to threats of reprisal, should the Germans “take the course of the deportation into their own hands.” After a week of almost futile efforts of persuading the ghetto Jews to come to the trains, several German police units entered the ghetto on August 8, 1944 and began to drag people to the railroad station. On August 9, 1944, all plants in the ghetto were ordered closed. That same day the western part of the ghetto was closed off and all residents were ordered to move to the eastern part. Such a reduction of the ghetto area was an effective method to speed the deportation, because residents lost their homes and food rations. They were thus an easy target for police once they entered the smaller ghetto. By August 24, 1944, after two reductions, the area of the ghetto had been diminished to four streets and eighty-three houses.

By the end of August 1944 over 68,500 Jews from the Lodz ghetto had been deported to Auschwitz. Rumkowski and his family boarded the train on August 28, 1944. The Lodz ghetto ceased to exist. When the Soviet and Polish army units entered Lodz on January 19, 1945, they found only 877 Jews who had been left in the former ghetto by the Nazis to carry out clean-up operations.

This Collection comprises various type of correspondences and documents emerged in 1941 -1944. It includes personal inquires sent to and from the ghetto, documens issued by the Judenrat, German official documents and correspondences between Judenrat of Lodz and Judenrate of the other cities and towns in Poland, Germany and German-occupied and controlled territories

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Collection of Folder-Level 1: RG-72.07.01, Ration tickets and various couponsAdd to your cart.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.07.01.01, Lodz Coupons for vegetables, soup, and coffeeAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for vegetables, soup, and coffee, some are samples.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.07.01.02, Tickets for cabbageAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for cabbage
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.07.01.03, Tickets for soup and yeastAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for soup and yeast
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.07.01.04, Tickets for potatoesAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for potatoes
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.07.01.05, Tickets for meat and soup, and additional meal tickets for delegatesAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for meat and soup, and additional meal tickets for delegates
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.07.01.06, Blank tickets for meals, food exchanges, and 'diet' foodAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Blank tickets for meals, food exchanges, and 'diet' food
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Lodz ghetto administration (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.07.01.07, Two receipts and one ticket for additional food for delegatesAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two receipts and one ticket for additional food for delegates
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.07.01.08, Tickets, some samplesAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets, some are samples
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.07.01.09, Food ticketsAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Food tickets for potatoes and kohlrabi
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.07.01.10, Meal tickets for night workers and delegates, and tickets for bakery, dinner, meat, and vegetable soupAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Meal tickets for night workers and delegates, and tickets for bakery, dinner, meat, and vegetable soup
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.07.01.11, Lottery ticket, blank receipt for October 1941, copy of a warning, and ticket for a bath, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Lottery ticket, blank receipt for October 1941, copy of a warning, and ticket for a bath
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Ghetto lottery
Bathhouse, Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Bathhouse Lodz ghetto (1939 -- 1944)
Department for invalids of business 54 - tailoring
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.07.01.12, Blank tickets for various articles of clothingAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Blank tickets for various articles of clothing
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.07.01.13, Tickets for cabbageAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Tickets for cabbage, some samples
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.07.01.14, Ration cardAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ration card
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.07.01.15, A coupon for one bottle of wineAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
A coupon for one bottle of wine
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.07.01.16, One stamped document from the Kitchen Department and one document marked '1027' from the Meat Department, LitzmannstadtAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
One stamped document from the Kitchen Department and one document marked '1027' from the Meat Department, Litzmannstadt
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.07.01.17, Food card stamped 'No. 46158' from LodzAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Food card stamped 'No. 46158' from Lodz/ Litzmannstadt
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.07.01.18, Ticket for one extra lunchAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ticket for one extra lunch
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.07.01.19, Ticket for lunchAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ticket for lunch
Subject/Index Terms:
Ration tickets Lodz Ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chairman of Jewish Council Litzmannstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 95: RG-72.07.157, Blank documents from the chairman of the Jewish Council in LitzmannstadtAdd to your cart.
Blank documents from the chairman of the Jewish Council in Litzmannstadt
Collection of Folder-Level 2: RG-72.07.02, Judenpost stampsAdd to your cart.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.07.02.01, Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Nazi, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.07.02.02, Stamp from Judenpost Lodz GhettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Stamp from Judenpost Lodz Ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenpost
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.07.02.03, Postal stamp from Judenpost Lodz Ghetto, 5pf, 9 May 194-Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postal stamp from Judenpost Lodz Ghetto, 5pf, 9 May 194-
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Stamps for Jewish post
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Judenpost
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.07.02.04, Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Stamps for Jewish post
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.07.02.05, Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.07.02.06, Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.07.02.07, Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.07.02.08, Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto, stamped on back '9 May 1943', 9 May 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto, stamped on back '9 May 1943'
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Judenpost
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.07.02.09, Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.07.02.10, Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamps, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Judenpost
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.07.02.11, Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Jewish postal stamp, Lodz ghetto
Subject/Index Terms:
Judenpost
Lodz ghetto, postal stamps
Stamps for Jewish post
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Lodz ghetto (1940  --  1944)
Collection of Folder-Level 3: RG-72.07.03, Inquiries to and from Lodz ghettoAdd to your cart.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-72.07.03.01, From Fela Grynbaum to Lodz ghetto re Rozenbaum and Grynbaum, Lodz_23 July 1941, 23 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Fela Grynbaum to Lodz ghetto re Rozenbaum and Grynbaum, Lodz. 23 July 1941. Written in Polish
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
wartime correspondences
postcards
Personal correspondence
Creators:
Grynbaum, Fela
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-72.07.03.02, From Lodz ghetto Judenrat to Prague re Kamila Lavecky [she arrived from Prague transport healthy, dated 25 November 1941, 25 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Lodz ghetto Judenrat to Prague re Kamila Lavecky. It says she arrived from Prague transport healthy. Dated 25 November 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
German authorities of the Lodz ghetto (1940 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-72.07.03.03, From M. Bernstein to Posen (Poznan), Lodz ghetto 17 November 1941, 17 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From M. Bernstein to Posen (Poznan), Lodz ghetto. Written in old German handwriting
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
Creators:
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-72.07.03.04, From M. Rozenblum [Shanghai] to Chaim Rumkowski inquiring about B. Klainer, Lodz ghetto 28 October 1941, 28 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From M. Rozenblum [Shanghai] to Chaim Rumkowski inquiring about B. Klainer, Lodz ghetto 28 October 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
wartime correspondences
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
M. Rozenblum ((October 1941))
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-72.07.03.05, Inquiry from Berlin Jewish family to Lodz ghetto about two persons from Berlin deported to Lodz, 11 November 1941, 11 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Inquiry from Berlin Jewish family to Lodz ghetto about two persons from Berlin deported to Lodz, 11 November 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Wolfram, Israel (November 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-72.07.03.06, From Salomon Yoles in Urbisaglia, Italy to the Jewish elder in Lodz, 27 March, 27 MarchAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
From Salomon Yoles in Urbisaglia, Italy to the Jewish elder in Lodz, 27 March
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Joles, Salomon
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-72.07.03.07, Postcard sent from J.K. Rosental in Lukow to the Judenrat at Lodz, 18 August 1944, 18 August 1944Add to your cart.
Postcard sent from J.K. Rosental in Lukow to the Judenrat at Lodz, 18 August 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz ghetto
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-72.07.03.08, Postcard sent from Wajntraub in Oleschno to the Judenrat at Lodz, 3 July 1941, 3 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Wajntraub in Oleschno to the Judenrat at Lodz, 3 July 1941 asking about Michael Offman and somebody named Schwarzberg.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Atlit (Internment camp)
Creators:
Wajntraub (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-72.07.03.09, Postcard sent from P. Bolderman in Olpiny to the Jewish council of Lodz, 13 July 1941, 13 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from P. Bolderman in Olpiny to the Jewish council of Lodz, 13 July 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
P. Bolderman
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.07.03.10, Postcard from Opoczno to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 12 August 1941, 12 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Opoczno to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 12 August 1941 asking about S. Kron
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
M. Fajner (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.07.03.11, Postcard sent from Michat Moszkowicz in Rawa Mazoweicka to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 17 November 1941, 17 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Michat Moszkowicz in Rawa Mazoweicka to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 17 November 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Michat Moszkowicz (November 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.07.03.12, Postcard sent from Hochwalit in Rochalyn to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 20 September 1941, 20 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Hochwalit in Rochalyn to the Jewish elders at Lodz, 20 September 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Hochwalit (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.07.03.13, Postcard sent from the Judenrat in Tarnogrod to Dr. Karol Fein in Lodz, 24 October 1942, 24 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from the Judenrat in Tarnogrod to Dr. Karol Fein in Lodz, 24 October 1942. It says that the Polatschek family is doing fine and is living in Tarnogrod.
Subject/Index Terms:
Tarnogrod (Poland)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish council Tarnogrod
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.07.03.14, Postcard sent from Hans Israel Heymann in Berlin to the ghetto government in Lodz, 9 June 1942, 9 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Hans Israel Heymann in Berlin to the ghetto government in Lodz, 9 June 1942 regarding residence of Sara Brill. The answer is that they have no information on her.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Hans Israel Heymann (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.07.03.15, Postcard sent from Bentshen to Rumkowski in Lodz, 29 September 1941, 29 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Bentshen to Rumkowski in Lodz, 29 September 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
unknown
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.07.03.16, Postcard sent from M. Nisenbaum in Paris to Ch Rumkowski the Jewish elder at Lodz, 18 March 1942, 18 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from M. Nisenbaum in Paris to Ch Rumkowski the Chairman of the Jewish council at Lodz, 18 March 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
M. Nisenbaum (March 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.07.03.17, Postcard sent from J. K. Rosental in Lukow to the Judenrat in Lodz, 18 August 1941, 18 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from J. K. Rosental in Lukow to the Judenrat in Lodz, 18 August 1941 regarding his father Schlomo Gabriel Rosental. The answer from the Jewish council is also on the card, saying that he is living there.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
J. K. Rosental (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.07.03.21, Postcard sent to the Jewish elders at Lodz from the Judenrat at Czestochowa, inquiry about Szulim Kochanski, 11 February 1941, 11 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent to the Jewish elders at Lodz from the Judenrat at Czestochowa, inquiry about Szulim Kochanski, 11 February 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Judenrat (Jewish council) Czestochowa (Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.07.03.22, Postcard from Berlin to the Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto, 11 December 1941, 11 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Berlin to the Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto, 11 December 1941 asking wether gerhard Holzmann and his parents are in Lodz.
Subject/Index Terms:
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
Sabina Sulgram (December 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.07.03.23, Postcard to Lodz from Minsk Region, USSR, written from Tsilia BaumanAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard to Lodz from Minsk Region, USSR, written from Tsilia Bauman
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Tsilia Bauman
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.07.03.27, Postcard from Frysztak, Polland to Lodz, written from L. Liberman, 29 September 1941, 29 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Frysztak, Polland to Lodz, written from L. Liberman, 29 September 1941 asking about Chil Liberman, his sister in law and children and the brother Liberman.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Frysztak (Poland)
Creators:
Szejrra Liberman (September 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.07.03.20, Inquiry from a person in German labor service to Judenrat in Vienna, 29 September 1942, 29 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Inquiry from a person in German labor service to Judenrat in Vienna, 29 September 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
P. Jakuhowig (September 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.07.03.28, Postcard from Busko-Zdrój, Poland to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from council of elders of the Jewish population, 13 April 1940, 13 April 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Busko-Zdrój, Poland to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from council of elders of the Jewish population, 13 April 1940.

Translation: Re: Winczynsky, Beno

Concerning our letter from April 4, 1940 we kindly ask you to send us two copies of the birth certificate for Winczynsky, Beno COD. It is very urgent. Signature.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Busko-Zdroj (Poland)
Jewish council Busko-Zdroj (Poland)
Creators:
Jewish council (Judenrat) Busko-Zdroj (Poland) (1941 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.07.03.24, Letter to Lodz from Paris, written to Ch. Rumkovski from H. Fromanger, 12 March 1942, 12 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Letter to Lodz from Paris, written to Ch. Rumkovski from H. Fromanger, 12 March 1942

Translation:

Dear Mr. Rumkowski,

I received the first message from my parents, Jakob Reismann (Jakuba 10/1) after their arrival from Vienna in December of last year. Since then I did not receive answers to my numerous letters and postcards neither did I get a confirmation of receipt for the money being send through the Devisenstelle. In desperation I am asking you to tell me how my parents are doing.

I thank you for your kindness with all my heart. Your obedient servant H.Fromanger

Subject/Index Terms:
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Paris (France)
Creators:
H. Fromanger (March 42)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.07.03.29, Postcard from Urbisaglia (Macerata), Italy to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from Salomon Joles to Ch. Rumkovski, 14 March 1942, 14 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Urbisaglia (Macerata), Italy to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from Salomon Joles to Ch. Rumkovski, 14 March 1942

Translation:

Dear mother!

I still am without a word of you. Your last postcard was from December 15, so three months ago that I last received a sign of life from you. I cannot put into words how I feel about that. I am so desperate and do not know what to do anymore. Please do everything in your power to send me a message. I still have not heard a word from the children. How are you doing? I am healthy. I expect a quick response. Many kisses, signature

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Urbisaglia (Italy)
Creators:
Joles, Salomon
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.07.03.30, Postcard, from Krakow to Lodz Ghetto, Inquiry about Blima Kruszel from Szulim Redlich, 23 January 1941, 23 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard, from Krakow to Lodz Ghetto, Inquiry about Blima Kruszel from Szulim Redlich, 23 January 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Krakow, Poland
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Szulim Redlich (January 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.07.03.31, Postcard, Inquiry from Vienna to the Judenrat of Lodz, Written from Bruno Guttmann in regards to Elsa Sara Einohrl, 5 December 1941, 5 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard, Inquiry from Vienna to the Judenrat of Lodz, Written from Bruno Guttmann in regards to Elsa Sara Einohrl, 5 December 1941

Translation:

I kindly ask for information on my sister Mrs. Elsa Sara Einoehrl, from Vienna V. Koestlergasse 11; she was on transport no.5 on November 2. I would like to know if she is in Litzmannstadt, what her address is and if it is possible to send her some money.

Your obedient servant Bruno Israel Guttmann

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Vienna, Austria
Creators:
Bruno Gutmann (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.07.03.25, Postcard from Chmielnik, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, inquiry written by J. Plozycki, 15 July 1941, 15 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Chmielnik, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, inquiry written by J. Plozycki, 15 July 1941.

Translation:

I, Ida Layv Plszycki, ask you to inform me about my mother [name] and sister [name] and my husband with two kids who lived on [street]. For 13 weeks I have not heard of them. I have not heard of my brother Ichezkiel Chaim with his wife and two children for about 20 weeks. I thank you in advance. With regards, signature

Remarks (green) in Polish

Subject/Index Terms:
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chmielnik (Poland)
Creators:
J. Plozycki (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.07.03.32, Postcard, Inquiry from Łańcut, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, written from B. Witenberg in regards to A. Witenberg, 16 January 1941, 16 January 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard, Inquiry from Łańcut, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, written from B. Witenberg in regards to A. Witenberg, 16 January 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Creators:
B. Witenberg (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.07.03.33, Postcard, Inquiry from Opatow, Kielecki, Poland to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from Rozenkranc, 7 June 1941, 7 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard, Inquiry from Opatow, Kielecki, Poland to the Judenrat in Lodz, written from Rozenkranc, 7 June 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Opatow (Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
I. Rozenkranc (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-72.07.03.34, Postcard from Węgrów, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, Inquiry about Sara Beier from Hochberg, 22 September 1941, 22 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Węgrów, Poland to the Judenrat of Lodz, Inquiry about Sara Beier from Hochberg, 22 September 1941

Translation:

I have not received any messages from my wife Sara Bejer (Zydowska 11) in a long time. I kindly ask you to find out if she is alive, where she lives and from what she is living. Thank you, Hochberg

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Wegrow (Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
S. Hochberg (September 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.07.03.26, Postcard from Piotrków, Poland to Judenrat in Lodz, inquiry written by Josef Goldsztajn to the Chairman in regards to his daughter Anka Goldsztajn, 15 November 1941, 15 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Piotrków, Poland to Judenrat in Lodz, inquiry written by Josef Goldsztajn to the Chairman in regards to his daughter Anka Goldsztajn, 15 November 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Piotrkow (Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Josef Goldsztajn (November 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.07.03.35, Postcard from Lens, France to the Judenrat of Lodz, written from D. Rosenthal, 16 August 1941, 16 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Lens, France to the Judenrat of Lodz, written from D. Rosenthal, 16 August 1941 asking about Frau Rosental.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lille (France)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
D. Rosental (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-72.07.03.36, Postcard from Tuchmayer to Chaim Rumkowski, Lodz 13 October 1941, 13 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Tuchmayer to Chaim Rumkowski, Lodz 13 October 1941 asking about his family.
Subject/Index Terms:
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Nancy (France)
Creators:
Tuchmayer (October 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-72.07.03.37, Postcard from the Jewish council in Krosniewice to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 20 February 1941, 20 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the Jewish council in Kissniewice to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 20 February 1941. Written in Polish, asking about someone named Bialostocka.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Jewish councils--Poland (1939-1945)
Judenrat of Lodz Ghetto
Krosniewice (Poland)
Jewish council Krosniewice (Poland)
Creators:
Judenrat (Jewish council) of Krosniewice
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-72.07.03.38, Postcard from the Jewish Social Self-help Council in Lagow to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 29 October 1941, 29 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from the Jewish Social Self-help Council in Lagow to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 29 October 1941.

Writer requesting information about brother-in-law and his son because he has not heard of them in a long time.

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Jewish self-help Lagow (Poland)
Lagow (Poland)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish self-help Lagow (Poland) (October 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-72.07.03.39, Postcard from Manie Fajirtueu in Unterschleissheim to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 3 September 1942, 3 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Manie Fajirtueu in Unterschleissheim to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 3 September 1942

Translation:

I kindly ask you to tell me if my aunt Fajge Kitaj, Holstr.37/5 is living in Litzmannstadt because I have not received any message from her so far. Thank you in advance. Signature. Asking for quick response.

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Unterschleissheim (Germany)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Manie Fajertuen (September 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-72.07.03.40, Postcard from Rachela Fraenkel to the Jewish Committee in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 5 July 1941, 5 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Rachela Fraenkel in Krakow to the Jewish Committee in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 5 July 1941

Translation: I am honored to ask you for information about my brother Symcho Binem Majerane, living on Limanowski 26/23. I wrote to him many times and sadly never received an answer. With respect and hope that my wish will be fulfilled. Signature

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Rachela Fraenkel (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-72.07.03.41, Postcard from Ruver Fiszel in Zdunska Wola to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 10 June 1941, 10 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Ruver Fiszel in Zdunska Wola to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 10 June 1941

Translation;

I kindly ask you to inform me, Fiszel Rubek, about mr. Mordechai Helfgott. Please let me know if he is healthy, if he still lives in Riemengasse No.1, if he is alive. I have not heard of him in a long time. Lately he was in hospital. Please respond soon. Fiszel Rubek, Szadek Ghetto, Wachtelstr. No1.

Remarks (green) in Polish

Subject/Index Terms:
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Zdunska Wola (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Ruver Fiszel (June 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-72.07.03.42, Postcard from the Judenrat in Dzialoszyce to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 18 February 1941, 18 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from the Judenrat in Dzialoszyce to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 18 February 1941.

Translation;

We kindly ask you to inform us about the health of the children, Balderman Laga, Malka, Gitla and Moniek. Please respond soon. Signature

Remarks (green) in Polish

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Działoszyn (Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish council Działoszyn (Poland) (February 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-72.07.03.43, Postcard from the Judenrat in Staszow to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 20 June 1941, 20 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from the Judenrat in Staszow to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 20 June 1941

Translation:

On request of E.J.Rotenberg, Koscielna Str.3, we kindly ask you to inform us about the whereabouts of Hinda Rotenberg, who since the war did not respond to any messages and who lived on Lipowa 44 before the war.

Thank you in advance, signature

Remarks (green) in Polish

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Staszow (Opatow, Poland)
Creators:
Jewish council Staszow (Poland) (June 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-72.07.03.44, Postcard from the Judenrat in Hrubieszow to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 19 June 1941, 19 June 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from the Judenrat in Hrubieszow to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 19 June 1941.

Translation:

I hereby ask you for information on Ickowicz, Masza living in Litzmannstadt Ghetto on Gruzinskastr.46/5x. The person asking is the son Wierzbowski, Heniek living on Hrubiesow Ludnastr.24. He has not received letters from his mother in 7 months. Signature.

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish council Hrubieszow (Poland) (June 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-72.07.03.45, Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Tschenstochau to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 11 July 1941, 11 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Tschenstochau to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 11 July 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Tschenstochau (Częstochowa: Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Judenrat (Jewish council) Czestochowa (Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-72.07.03.46, Postcard from a Tarnowska in Konskie to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 16 July 1941, 16 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from a Tarnowska in Konskie to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 16 July 1941

Translation:

To the Jewish Community!

I am very concerned because I did not receive any answer to my several postcards that I sent to my brother M. Tarnowski in Litzmannstadt. So I would like to ask the community if he is healthy and what he is doing in general. I am hoping that the Jewish Community fulfills my wish. I thank you in advance.

Signature

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Sz Tarnowska (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-72.07.03.47, Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Kaminsk to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 22 July 1941, 22 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Kaminsk to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 22 July 1941

Translation:

We are referring to your request concerning Abram Szuhmaister. Before the war he lived Piescidskiegoi 7 (?), his son in law Vaurens Halpern works for the Jewish Community at the moment. In case it is the one living on (illegible) 17, we ask him to to pay out this amount. A second amount will be transferred to the same account by Kindman to Szuhmaister, so we ask to pay out this amount as well. David Mintz. For the correctness

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Inquiries by Jewish communities to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Jewish council Kamiensku, Kaminsk (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-72.07.03.48, Postcard from Celina Bauman in Minsk to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, date unknownAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Celina Bauman in Minsk to the Jewish council in Litzmannstadt, date unknown
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Celina Bauman (ca. 1941))
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-72.07.03.49, Postcard from Gusta Hochwald in Rochalyn to H. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 20 September 1941, 20 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Gusta Hochwald in Rochalyn to H. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 20 September 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Gusta Hochwald (September 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-72.07.03.50, Postcard from Nacha Bauda in Germany to the Jewish Committee in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 9 September 1941, 9 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Nacha Bauda in Germany to the Jewish Committee in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 9 September 1941

Translation:

To the Jewish Committee Litzmannstadt,

I am kindly asking you to inform me if my husband Meusche Bauda is one of the sick workers who have been brought from Posen to Litzmannstadt on August 1. He was in the hospital of Posen and it was said that all sick men should be deported together.

I did not hear from my husband, so I kindly ask the Jewish Committee to find out if my husband is in Litzmannstadt and where he is.

Thank you for  your help.  Nacha Bauda

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Nacha Bauda (September 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-72.07.03.51, Postcard from the Judenrat in Drohobycz to the Judenrat in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 17 October 1941, 17 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the Judenrat in Drohobycz to the Judenrat in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 17 October 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Drohobych, Ukraine
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish council Drohobycz (Ukranie) (October 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 052: RG-72.07.03.52, Postcard from the Judenrat in Kalusch to Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 26 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;">Postcard from the Judenrat in Kalusch to Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 26 September 1941 regarding F. Schoepes. </span>
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Kalush (Ukraine)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish council Kalush (Ukraine) (September 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-72.07.03.53, Postcard from Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt to Dawid Goralski in Sao Paulo, Brazil, postmarked 16 December 1940, 16 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt to Dawid Goralski in Sao Paulo, Brazil, postmarked 16 December 1940

Translation:

Dear Dawid!

I received your letter to the Chairman of the Jewish Council from November 14 and I am telling you the following: Your brother-in-law works for the parish and he and his family are doing fine. He sent letters to you several times and is surprised that you did not receive any of them. Me and my family are doing fine and we would be happy to receive a letter from you. My address is: Hohensteinerstrasse 30b.

Warmest regards to you and your family, signature.

Green remarks in old German handwriting; need to be translated

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Replies to inquiries about family members or friends from Jewish council in Lodz
Brazil (Southamerica)
Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Chaim Rumkowski, Chairman of the Jewish council in Lodz (1940--1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-72.07.03.54, Postcard from Boruch Garfinkel in Kreis Skierniewice to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Boruch Garfinkel in Kreis Skierniewice to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, undated.

Translation:

To the Chairman of the Jewish Council in Litzmannstadt

I kindly request the address of my mother Sima Garfinkel. She used to live at Zagajnikowa 89/91. I do not know where she lives right now and how she is doing. I would like to write to her that I live here now and that I am doing fine. Therefore I kindly request the address of my mother. Devoted, signature.

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Skierniewice (Poland)
Creators:
Boruch Garfinkel (ca 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-72.07.03.55, Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Tschenstochau to the council of Jewish elders in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 11 February 1941, 11 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the council of Jewish elders in Tschenstochau to the council of Jewish elders in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 11 February 1941. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Tschenstochau (Częstochowa: Poland)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Judenrat (Jewish council) Czestochowa (Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-72.07.03.56, Postcard from Josef Goldsztajn in Petrikau to the Jewish Information Bureau leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 15 November 1941, 15 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Josef Goldsztajn in Petrikau to the Chairman of teh Jewish council in Lodz, postmarked 15 November 1941. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Josef Goldsztajn (November 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-72.07.03.57, Postcard from the Jewish council leader in Loewenstadt to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 16 October 1941, 16 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the Jewish council leader in Loewenstadt to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, dated 16 October 1941. Written in Czech.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Loewenstadt ghetto
Jewish council of Loewenstadt ghetto
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Creators:
Jewish council (Judenrat) Loewenstadt
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-72.07.03.58, Postcard from Regina Perlmutter in Tarnopol, Galicia to the Judenrat in Lodz, dated 16 October 1941, 16 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Regina Perlmutter in Tarnopol, Galicia to the Judenrat in Lodz, dated 16 October 1941

Translation:

To the Jewish Council Lodz!!

I kindly ask you to help me find at least one of the following acquaintances:

…. Names several acquaintances with old addresses.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Skatat (Tarnopol, District of Galicia)
Creators:
Regina Perlmutter (October 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-72.07.03.59, Postcard from the Judenrat in Gorzkowice the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 29 June 1942, 29 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the Judenrat in Rada Zydowska to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 29 June 1942 asking about Grynszpan B.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Gorzkowice (Poland)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Creators:
Jewish council (Judenrat) Gorzkowice (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-72.07.03.60, Postcard from Maria Bach in Unterdiessen bei Landsberg to Mr. Fuchs in Litzmannstadt, dated 2 December 1941, 2 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Maria Bach in Unterdiessen bei Landsberg to Mr. Fuchs in Litzmannstadt, dated 2 December 1941 asking about Josef Rosenberg.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Landsberg am Lech (Germany)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Creators:
Maria Bach (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-72.07.03.61, Postcard from the Jewish Relief Committee in Lentschuetz to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 12 August 1941, 12 August 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from the Jewish Relief Committee in Lentschuetz to the Jewish council leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 12 August 1941 asking about Genia Fajnkoch.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish organisations to Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Leczyca (Lentschuetz, Poland)
Leczyca ghetto (Lentschuetz, Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jewish aid Leczyca (Lentschuetz, Poland) (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-72.07.03.62, Postcard from Jakob Grynszpan in Sternberg to the forced labor leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 28 July 1941, 28 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Jakob Grynszpan in Sternberg to the forced labor leader in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 28 July 1941

Translation:

The law says that wife and children of the  worker get half of the  48 Reichsmark salary. It is the same with me. But my wife as well as my mother are severely sick. That is why money is rare during these times. Herr Leiter you know, that for sick people being in the Ghetto the amount of money is not enough. Mrs. Frailich (Franzstr.8) gets her 6 RM a week plus an extra of 6 RM/week and the mother gets her part. In the end they get 48 RM/month and the mother gets 24 RM. I beg you, my wife has a lung disease and needs extra care, so does my mother. So I beg you please pay 48 RM to my wife and 24 RM to my mother. I hope that my request is heard. Thank you in advance. Please reply. Jakob Grynszpan

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Starnberg (Germany)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Jakob Grynszpan (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-72.07.03.63, Postcard from Lilly Rozenblum in Warsaw to Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 18 November 1941, 18 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Lilly Rozenblum in Warsaw to Ch. Rumkowski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 18 November 1941. She is asking about Moritz Braun, born 24 May 1878 and Therese Braun, born Kaufmann 17 June 1880.
Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Lilly Rozenblum (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-72.07.03.64, Postcard from J. Rozenkrane in Opatow-Kielecki, Poland to the Judenrat Lodz, postmarked 7 July 1941, 7 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from J. Rozenkrane in Opatow-Kielecki, Poland to the Judenrat Lodz, postmarked 7 July 1941, written in Polish asking about F. Grynberg.
Subject/Index Terms:
Opatow (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
I. Rozenkranc (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-72.07.03.65, Postcard from Abram Cegla in Posen-Stadion to the forced labor department in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 2 October 1941, 2 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Abram Cegla in Posen-Stadion to the forced labor department in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 2 October 1941

Translation:

To Labor Planning Department, c/o Mister Fuchs

I, Abram Cegla, resident in Litzmannstadt, with my brother Zalman Cegla, Talwegstrasse 10, apartment 67, have gone to work onl March 1. I am currently working in Posen as Hochmeister at Jewish Labor Camp  No.9. I have arranged that my salary will be paid to my brother Zalman Cegla. Unfortunately, I received a letter from my parents today that informed me about my brother’s death. This news was devastating for me. I therefore kindly ask you to pay the money for my work to my sister-in-law Brandla Cegla, Talwegstrasse 10. This is the wife of my late brother.

Thank you so much in advance, Mister Fuks. I am awaiting your answer. I also sent a letter to my sister in law Brandla Cegla that I arranged the money to be paid to her. I hope that you can fulfill my kind request. Your obedient servant, A. Cegla.

Subject/Index Terms:
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Poznan (Posen, Poland)
Labor Camp Poznan (Posen, Poland)
Creators:
Cegla Abram (October 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-72.0703.66, Postcard sent to the Jewish Concil of Lodz from the Judenrat Czestochowa, about Szulim Kochanski, 11 February 1941, 11 February 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;">Postcard sent to the Jewish Concil of Lodz from the Judenrat Czestochowa, about Szulim Kochanski, 11 February 1941</span>
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Inquiries about relatives and friend sent to the Judenrat of Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish councils to Lodz
Tschenstochau (Częstochowa: Poland)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Creators:
Judenrat (Jewish council) Czestochowa (Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-72.07.03.67, Postcard from Abram Cegla in Jewish labor camp, Posen to Lodz ghetto, 30 September 1941, 30 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Abram Cegla in Jewish labor camp, Posen to Lodz ghetto, 30 September 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Inquiries about family members and relatives, Lodz ghetto
Labor Camp Poznan (Posen, Poland)
Poznan (Posen, Poland)
Creators:
Abram Cegla (September 1941)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 00: RG-72.07.03.00, Inquiry from Jewish community in Muehlental, Germany to Ch. Rumkowski, 27 September 1941, 27 September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Inquiry from Jewish community in Muehlental, Germany to Ch. Rumkowski, 27 September 1941. Translation: We received a message today that the sick Jews from Muehlenthal who were treated in and released from the Jewish hospital Posen Eichwald are now in Radagoswez. We are asking you to put all your effort in bringing back the sick to Muehlenthal. Please fulfill our request. We thank you kindly in advance, Signature
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Inquiries by Jewish communities to Lodz
correspondence to and from ghettos
Muehlental (Kolo, Poland)
Jewish community Muehlental (Kolo, Poland)
Creators:
Jewish community Muehlental (Kolo, Poland) (1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 97: RG-72.07.159, Blank pharmacy labelsAdd to your cart.
Blank pharmacy labels
Collection of Folder-Level 4: RG-72.07.04, Official correspondenceAdd to your cart.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 01: RG-72.07.04.01, Transport document sent to the commander in Litzmannstadt regarding Stanislaw Wojciechowski, dated 11 December 1944, 11 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Transport document sent to the commander in Litzmannstadt regarding Stanislaw Wojciechowski, dated 11 December 1944. It says he was deported to Buchenwald 11 December 1944.
Subject/Index Terms:
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration camps
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Deportations to Buchenwald concentration camp
Creators:
Commandant office, Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp (1942 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 02: RG-72.07.04.02, Expulsion document excluding the Szlegel family from a transport, dated 9 June 1942, 9 June 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Expulsion document excluding the Szlegel family from a transport, dated 9 June 1942

Confirmation that the family Szlegel is not going to be deported with transport XLII 45-49. Dated June 9, 1942; Litzmannstadt-Ghetto

Subject/Index Terms:
Deportations from Lodz ghetto
Exemptions from deportations
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto, deportations
Creators:
Lodz ghetto deportation departement (1942 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 03: RG-72.07.04.03, Transport confirmation for Agnes Bursztyn from Lodz to Auschwitz, dated 30 September 1943, 30 September 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Transport confirmation for Agnes Bursztyn from Lodz to Auschwitz, dated 30 September 1943. It says she was transferred 26 September 1943.
Subject/Index Terms:
Deportations from Lodz ghetto
Lodz ghetto, deportations
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Deportations to Auschwitz concentration camp
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Geheime Staatspolizei Lodz
Creators:
Commandant office, Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp (1942 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 04: RG-72.07.04.04, Postcard to Opole, Poland from Lodz,  Dental Business Correspondence, Written from S. Hauptmann, Returned, 18 February 1945, 18 February 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard to Opole, Poland from Lodz,  Dental Business Correspondence, Written from S. Hauptmann, Returned, 18 February 1945
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
correspondence to and from ghettos
Opole Lubelskie (Poland)
Creators:
S. Hauptmann, prosthetic dentistry, Lodz ghetto (February 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 05: RG-72.07.04.05, Envelope sent to the Jewish Council of Lodz ghetto from Jewish cultural community in Bytom, PolandAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent to the Jewish Council of Lodz ghetto from Jewish cultural community in Bytom, Poland
Subject/Index Terms:
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Chaim Rumkowski, chairman of the Judenrat in the Lodz ghetto
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Bytom (Beuthen, Poland)
Creators:
Jewish community Bythom (Beuthen, Poland)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 06: RG-72.07.04.06, To Lodz ghetto Judenrat regarding application of Noech Waksberg from the major of LodzAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
To Lodz ghetto Judenrat regarding application of Noech Waksberg from the major of Lodz. It says that the respondent is not in Lodz so the matter will solved after he returns in about four weeks time.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz ghetto administration
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
Creators:
Mayor of Lodz (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 07: RG-72.07.04.07, From the mayor of Lodz to Rumkowski regarding deposit of August Frey, Lodz ghetto, 11 July 1941, 11 July 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
From the mayor of Lodz to Rumkowski regarding deposit of August Frey, Lodz ghetto, 11 July 1941. The letter says that August Frey owner of a sock factory told the mayor that the Jew H. Borenstein, living in the ghetto, still has credit worth 1.076,27 Reichsmark. August Frey would pay this in monthly rates of 200 Reichsmark. He is naming the dates when the rates got transferred so far, then asks for a J-application for the remaining 276,27 Reichsmark.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Judenrat (Jewish council), Lodz ghetto
Lodz ghetto administration
Creators:
Mayor of Lodz (July 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 08: RG-72.07.04.08, Envelope sent from Head of security police in Lodz  to Herr Georg Schonberger inTroppau, 14 December 1940, 14 December 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Envelope sent from Head of security police in Lodz  to Herr Georg Schonberger inTroppau, 14 December 1940
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
German police and security forces, Poland
Security police Lodz (Litzmannstadt)
Creators:
Head of security police Lodz (Litzmannstadt) (1940)
Collection of Folder-Level 5: RG-72.07.05, Personal exchangeAdd to your cart.
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 01: RG-72.07.05.01, Postcard from Ekbere, Sweden to Lodz, written to W. Prager, 21 March 1942, 21 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Ekbere, Sweden to Lodz, written to W. Prager, 21 March 1942. This postcard was sent to the writer's parents. He is mentioning that he still didn't get any news from them and is hoping that this card will arrive. He says that his birthday was 28 February and he enjoyed it and got 25 Kronen and is now 18 years old.  He also heard from Gerh. and Lotte. He says he is choping wood for a neighbour now. He says he doesn't know what he will be doing in summer yet. He is healthy and he withstood the winter well. He is asking how they are doing. He says Karola finished school and got a job at the brother of Frau Johansson. She gets 20 Kr wage.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
correspondence to and from ghettos
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
Ekeberg, Oslo (Norway)
Norway (Europe)
Creators:
Son of W. Prager (Steff) (March 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 02: RG-72.07.05.02, Postcard to Lodz from Ferramonti di Tarsia-Cosenza, Italy, written to Robert Benda from Giov. Benda,  4 March 1942, 4 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard to Lodz from Ferramonti di Tarsia-Cosenza, Italy, written to Robert Benda from Giov. Benda,  4 March 1942

Translation:

The good news first: our dear boy telegraphed to Robert. He received it on February 21. He is healthy and everything is all right. You can imagine how happy I was, because I did not expect to receive a message from him after all this time, frankly spoken. What a wonderful surprise! And I am about to tell you about it so that you can be happy as well. If only you would receive my messages; if only I would be sure that I am not writing without any sense and that you can be relieved that everything is good over here and that I have enough to eat etc. Unfortunately I do not receive any messages from you. The uncle did not receive anything either, I got his letter just yesterday. Vally received a confirmation of moneytransfer with father’s signature but that was all we got for months! All the fear and concern that goes through our minds, you can imagine how that must feel! The confirmation was sent to Cologne by the way, they mixed it up with Kolin. That is why it was delayed. We received a package of Dyna with cookies yesterday. How polite of the people, right? I hope you, my beloved ones, are healthy and able to write soon. With all my love for you I pray for your sanity and send you plenty of kisses. Your son, signature.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
correspondence to and from ghettos
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
Camp Ferramonti, Italy
Ferramonti di Tarsia, Cosenza (Italy)
Creators:
Giov. Benda (March 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 03: RG-72.07.05.03, Postcard from Copenhagen, Denmark to Lodz, written to Zelly Gottlieb from M. Levy, 31 March 1942, 31 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Copenhagen, Denmark to Lodz, written to Zelly Gottlieb from M. Levy, 31 March 1942

Translation:

My beloved aunt Zelly!

Unfortunaley over a week has passed since I wrote to you for the last time, beloved aunt Zelly. The days pass so fast and we had to work a lot to have everything done before Easter. In my last letter I wrote that the winter is over but it started snowing and freezing again and it is still freezing. But the sun is shining and she will win in the end. I wish you all the best and stay forever your living niece Marie [?] My thoughts are with you very often. I will visit Ruth after Easter.

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Copenhagen (Denmark)
postcards
Creators:
M. Levy (March 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 04: RG-72.07.05.04, Postcard from Fanny Lewin in Lodz to Paul Kinsberg in Bronx, New York, postmarked 23 October 1939, 23 October 1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Fanny Lewin in Lodz to Paul Kinsberg in Bronx, New York, postmarked 23 October 1939

Translation:

My dear Paul!

I hope you are receiving this letter. I am happy to tell you that all our family is healthy and doing fine.  Answer soon and also write to Jozio to his address Zeromskiego 29. We all kiss you. Fanny. Jenny.

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
New York (N.Y.)
Bronx, New York (USA)
Creators:
Fanny Lewin (October 1939)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 05: RG-72.07.05.05, Postcard from F. Lewin in Lodsch to Mr. Paul Kinsberg in Bronx, New York, postmarked 20 February 1940, 20 February 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from F. Lewin in Lodsch to Mr. Paul Kinsberg in Bronx, New York, postmarked 20 February 1940

Translation:

My dear Paul!

You cannot imagine how happy we were to finally receive your first postcard from November 10. We wrote to you several times, hopefully you will get this postcard. We all are healthy but we miss you. If you would have the possibility to send us packages with food we would be so thankful. We gave your address to aunt Sonia, please also write to her to Tallinn. Joseph and his family are in Warsaw. Warm regards to all the relatives. I kiss and hug you! Signature

My dear Paul I kiss and hug you! Love you, Jenny

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Bronx, New York (USA)
New York (N.Y.)
Creators:
F. Lewin (February 1940)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 06: RG-72.07.05.06, Postcard from B. Freidreich in Litzmannstadt to M. Freidenreich in Wierzbnik Bei Starchowice, dated 19 December 1941, 19 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from B. Freidreich in Litzmannstadt to M. Freidenreich in Wierzbnik Bei Starchowice, dated 19 December 1941

Translation:

My beloved ones!

I received your nice letter. You wrote that you got 30RM from Tridman [?], I need to know what I shall give. I assume you know the address of Szyja, so if you write to him please send him a little bit more and tell me about it. There are no news here. We are thankful and healthy. We are waiting for your letter. Write more often and more detailed what you got for the winter. Please do not wait until you receive letters from us although we would like to write a postcard once a week. We only received one letter from Renia. I replied immediately but until today she did not get back to us. We send you kindest regards. Signature.

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
postcards
Wierzbnik (Poland)
Creators:
B. Freidreich (December 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 07: RG-72.07.05.07, Postcard from Sylvia Loewy in Stockholm to Fritz Loewy in Zbaraz, postmarked 9 January 1943, 9 January 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Sylvia Loewy in Stockholm to Fritz Loewy in Zbaraz, postmarked 9 January 1943

Translation:

My dear Fritz!

I like Stockholm very much. I hope you are well. Probably I might receive a letter from you someday. Best wishes and kisses from your loving Sylvia.

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
postcards
Stockholm (Sweden)
Zbarazh (Ukraine)
Creators:
Sylvia Loewy (January 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 08: RG-72.07.05.08, Postcard from Otto Topf in Moscow to Moritz Topf in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 26 November 1942, 26 November 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Otto Topf in Moscow to Moritz Topf in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 26 November 1942

Translation:

Content: Dear Aunt & Uncle!

This is the third postcard answering your first postcard from November 8, 1941. I hope that you get at least one of them and that you are healthy. As I told you already I need a confirmation from the Ortscomissionat in order to transfer Reichsmark; I need to hand in the confirmation at the National Bank. The confirmation has to include information on the residence of my Uncle and on the fact that he needs support.

Please answer.

Best regards, Otto.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Moscow (Russia)
Creators:
Otto Topf (November 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 09: RG-72.07.05.09, Postcard from a Cepelinski in Litzmannstadt to C. Frajtag in Miedzyrzec Podlaski, dated 25 November 1941, 25 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from a Cepelinski in Litzmannstadt to C. Frajtag in Miedzyrzec Podlaski, dated 25 November 1941

Translation: Dear Father!

We have not written in a long time but there are not any news here, we are all healthy and I work as a chef of the bakery and Kumwinisch is (?). Marylka has grown to be a big and beautiful girl and often asks about her granddad Neumark. So far no more news. So write about what is new for you and about your health and how you get along with your diet. We all send greetings, especially Constanze (?) and the whole family. Marylka sends regards and kisses her granddad.

Sala and family send warm greetings.

Note: Hebrew and Jiddish language are forbidden

Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Miedzyrzec-Podlaski (Poland)
Creators:
Sz Cepelinski (November 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-72.07.05.10, Postcard from H. Fisch in Litzmannstadt to Fajga Erlitz in Poniatowskiego, dated 9 and 10 December, year unknownAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from H. Fisch in Litzmannstadt to Fajga Erlitz in Poniatowskiego, dated 9 and 10 December, year unknown

Translation:

Dearest children!

We received your postcard as well as the 10 RM. We are so thankful because my salary at Arbeitsressort is so low that it brought us much mizbar (sic!). Many weeks ago Sonia wrote that she would send us money, so when I was at work, the parents said it came from Sonia. Can you imagine father’s joy? Probably, Mother says that your effort is better as Sonia’s effort because with you it is all about the will not the money. Dear Fella, today I am a bit more patient because I worked less, only until 4 in the afternoon and so this is already my second postcard. I don’t write to Sonia because I do not have the patience since she does not want to understand me (illegible). You only need to be happy that we are healthy because last year the father was so weak that he could only stay in bed.

Best wishes. Write to us what Wolf is doing. All his belongings are with us.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
postcards
Censorship
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
H. Fisch
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-72.07.05.11, Postcard from Friedrich Loebl in Litzmannstadt to Hans Gruenwald in Prague, postmarked 24 December 1941, 24 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Friedrich Loebl in Litzmannstadt to Hans Gruenwald in Prague, postmarked 24 December 1941

Translation:

Dear Doctor!

As I wrote to you on November 8 (?) Aunt Nela was brought to hospital suffering from (illegible). She is being treated by Dr. (?) a very reliable doctor and acquaintance of Karl Guetig (?). An acquaintance is in the same hospital,  she cares for Nela. Hans and I go there every day to fulfill all the wishes that has been communicated to us in written form. Unfortunately personal visits are not allowed. Although we kindly asked Aunt Nela to do so she did not eat and did not buy herself many things, (illegible), that was why she was not resistant enough. Nevertheless we hope that she will be better soon, her doctor gave good prospects. I will write again soon.

Best Regards. Fritz Loebl

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
postcards
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Prague (Czech Republic)
Creators:
Friedrich Loebl (December 1941)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-72.07.05.12, Postcard from Bertha Greid in Stockholm to Lina Nieswiski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 24 February 1942, 24 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Bertha Greid in Stockholm to Lina Nieswiski in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 24 February 1942

Translation:

Dear Lina!

How are all of you doing? Since January we have had sent two Koli to you from Lissabon with the help of a Jewish organization in Stockholm. Did you receive the packages? They say that since a few months ago a half-sister of my husband is in Litzmannstadt at the moment. But we have not received answers to any of our letters. Her address is: Mrs. Feicze (Fanni) Fischer (address Zawadski) Kraeutergasse I5. Could you find out how she is doing? She is all alone and needs sympathy. We also sent her a package every 2 weeks but we never received a note on whether she has received those packages. I hope you receive this postcard. We kindly send our regards and hope to hear from you soon. Your servant Bertha (Asch) Greid, Nybrogatan 39, Stockholm, Sweden.

Subject/Index Terms:
Stockholm (Sweden)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
postcards
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Greid, Bertha (February 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-72.07.05.13, Letter from a female prisoner in Auschwitz named Kazia to Maria Owezarek in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 8 November 1944, 8 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Letter from a female prisoner in Auschwitz named Kazia to Maria Owezarek in Litzmannstadt, postmarked 8 November 1944. She is writing to Marie and Stefan, thanking for a letter and some stuff they sent her. She asks how they are doing.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp (1940 -- 1945)
Kazia (November 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-72.07.05.14, Postcard from Abraham Eibueschuetz in Litzmannstadt to Z. Engel in Warsaw, postmarked 25 December 1941, 25 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Abraham Eibueschuetz in Litzmannstadt to Z. Engel in Warsaw, postmarked 25 December 1941

Translation:

Dear sister ? !

I have received your postcards from December 11 and I thank you from all my heart. I have not received an answer from cousin Borenstein. Please visit him and find out if he has done this. I have not received the money from November 21 so far, as I have already told you (?). I ask you to think of us as often as possible and write often. We are healthy and no other news. I write to you every week. Why does Tolcia not write a few words on his well-being. I am expecting your answer on what you all are doing. How are you? The warmest regards from me and my entire family to you all. Your brother Abraham

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Warsaw (Poland)
postcards
Creators:
Abraham Eibueschuetz (December 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-72.07.05.15, Postcard from F. Ajzenfeld in Litzmannstadt to Szyja Ajzenfeld in Pinezaw ueber Busko, dated 21 November 1941, 21 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from F. Ajzenfeld in Litzmannstadt to Szyja Ajzenfeld in Pinezaw ueber Busko, dated 21 November 1941

Translation:

Dear father and siblings. I received a postcard from you. Thank God I am healthy but I have not received 50RM so far and I do not know why. I received a letter from Warsaw but the family would not write with caution. Please write to me how granny is doing.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Busko-Zdroj (Poland)
postcards
Creators:
F. Ajzenfeld (November 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-72.07.05.16, Postcard from Siegni Fryde in Litzmannstadt to Herman Fryde in Bendsburg, dated 9 December 1941, 9 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Siegni Fryde in Litzmannstadt to Herman Fryde in Bendsburg, dated 9 December 1941

Translation:

Dear Herman!

As an answer to your postcard I am confirming the receipt of 5 RM and I am thanking you for this. What you are writing makes me angry, you always (?) even in good times. I do not feel very well, but I have to be okay because I can not and may not write as freely as you because many things are forbidden here. It hurts me that my dear Leonie is not well because she has such a good heart and has done so many good things and still does if she has the possibility. The worst thing is that I do not hear from my son Ludwik because he would have helped me. I need at least 15 RM per month, and I have no one to ask that of but you. You want me to keep all my money together but how, I am all alone hier and sick, do you understand that? Farewell and do not forget me. Yours, Siegmund

Regards to Ania.

Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Będzin, Bendsburg (Poland)
Creators:
Siegni Fryde (December 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-72.07.05.17, Postcard from Jozef Hercz in Ricse to Jozefne Hercz in Budapest, postmarked 20 July 1942, 20 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Jozef Hercz in Ricse to Jozefne Hercz in Budapest, postmarked 20 July 1942
Subject/Index Terms:
Ricse (Hungary)
Budapest (Hungary)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
postcards
Creators:
Jozef Hercz (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-72.07.05.18, Postcard from Sochacka Zofja in Litzmannstadt to Amelia Lima in Lisbon, Portugal, postmarked 13 April 1944, 13 April 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Sochacka Zofja in Litzmannstadt to Amelia Lima in Lisbon, Portugal, postmarked 13 April 1944. Confirmation of receiving a parcel.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Lisboa (Portugal)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
postcards
correspondence to and from ghettos
Packages
Creators:
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Zofia Sochtacka (April 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-72.07.05.19, Postcard from Hedwig Kohn in Litzmannstadt to Ignac Kohn in Protectorate B. Budweis, dated 9 December 1941, 9 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard from Hedwig Kohn in Litzmannstadt to Ignac Kohn in Protectorate B. Budweis, dated 9 December 1941. It is marked with a stamp that says 'Forbidden content'

Translation:

Dearest parents!

I have read your kind report and I can tell you that we are healthy and that Tzedy (?) has been employed at the fur-sole factory. We are talking about you every day. We would welcome to receive money. I am cooking in a kitchen using gas. The children are hungry and eat everything. It is sad that we are not allowed to send packages. (Note there: open criticism! That may be why the letter has not been approved) We are allowed to send money. Write to H.Heroldammer’s (?) old address in Prague; send him our current address, he will pass on the news to my acquaintances. Stay healthy and write letters with a lot of information, they will always reach us. Many kisses to Massareks, many dear kisses to you dearest parents thankful Signature.\

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
postcards
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
České Budějovice, Budweis (Czech Republic)
Censorship
Creators:
Hedwig Kohn (December 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-72.07.05.20, Postcard from Dora Freueberg in Litzmannstadt to Muta Israel in Kinder Garten, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Dora Freueberg in Litzmannstadt to Muta Israel in Kinder Garten, undated. It was sent back and a stamp on it says 'Write neatly'.
Subject/Index Terms:
Censorship
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Dora Freuberg
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-72.07.05.21, Blank postcard to be sent from Lodz ghetto, postmarked 20 April 1940, 20 April 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Blank postcard to be sent from Lodz ghetto, postmarked 20 April 1940. A stamp on it says 'As the Fuehrer commands, this town will be called Litzmannstadt from 11 April 1940 onwards'
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Lodz, Litzmannstadt (Poland)
Nazi Propaganda
Creators:
unknown
Nazi-German authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-72.07.05.22, Parcel receipt, sender Agnesska Wozniak in Litzmannstadt, recipient Stanislaus Wozniak in Oberkrein, postmarked 22 February 1944, 22 February 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Parcel receipt, sender Agnesska Wozniak in Litzmannstadt, recipient Stanislaus Wozniak in Oberkrein, postmarked 22 February 1944
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Packages
Loibl Pass forced labour camp
Creators:
Agnesska Wozniak (February 1944)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-72.07.05.23, Envelope sent to Franciszka Karpinska, 22 June 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Envelope sent to Franciszka Karpinska, 22 June 1944. A handwritten not eon the envelope says 'If the prisoner is not in the women prison anymore please send to Ravensbrueck concentration camp'

A stamp on the envelope says 'Back to sender, can not be delivered without number of prisoner'

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Women's prison Lodz, Litzmannstadt
Ravensbrueck, German concentration camp
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Karpinski Jenazy (June 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-72.07.05.24, From R Lipszyc to D. Lipszyc in New York, Lodz Ghetto 18 September 1940, 18 September 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

From R Lipszyc to D. Lipszyc in New York, Lodz Ghetto 18 September 1940.

The letter is from a mother to her son. She is saying that she and Szulim are doing fine, the others 'have left'. She is asking her son for help.

Subject/Index Terms:
New York (N.Y.)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
correspondence to and from ghettos
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
Bronx, New York (USA)
Creators:
Sz Lipszyc (September 1940)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-72.07.05.25, Postcard to Helena Klein in Praha from Ernestine Kraus in Litzmannstadt Getto, dated 4 May 1942, 4 May 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard to Helena Klein in Praha from Ernestine Kraus in Litzmannstadt Getto, dated 15 May 1942. The card says that she received the 40RM transferred to her on 15 April 1942.

The card go sent back as the receiver was moved to Theresienstadt as a note on the card says.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Theresienstadt ghetto
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Creators:
Ernestine Kraus (May 1942)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-72.07.05.26, Postcard from Irene Schellenberg to Dr. Marie Swiderska in the Lodz, 29 December 1944, 29 December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Irene Schellenberg in the Lodz Ghetto to Dr. Marie Swiderska, 29 December 1944. Written in polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Oehringen (Germany)
postcards
Creators:
Irene Schellenberg (December 1944)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-72.07.05.27, Postcard sent from Martha Markus in Lodz to Hamburg, 12 December 1941, 12 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Postcard sent from Martha Markus in Lodz to Hamburg, 12 December 1941. There is a stamp on it that says 'Forbidden content'.

She is thanking for 10RM, and is asking why Franziska is not sending any money to Siegfried. Also she is asking for a long letter and that double letters can be sent. She is asking what Mrs Friedheim is doing and are thanking for some stuff like toothpaste and semolina.

Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Hamburg (Germany)
postcards
Censorship
Creators:
Martha Markus (December 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-72.07.05.28, Postcard from Valerie Zlajs in a labor camp near Lodz to Sophie Shifze in Berlin, 28 August 1943, 28 August 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Valerie Zlajs in a labor camp near Lodz to Sophie Shifze in Berlin, 28 August 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Berlin (Germany)
Creators:
Valerie Zlajs (August 1943)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-72.07.05.29, Postcard sent from Emil Hacker in Locarno, Switzerland to Gisella Hacker in Lodz, 19 March 1942, 19 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard sent from Emil Hacker in Locarno, Switzerland to Gisella Hacker in Lodz, 19 March 1942. He says that it is paradise like and the work is not to hard. He says hi for some people and that the mother is doing fine.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Locarno (Switzerland)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Creators:
Emil Hacker (March 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-72.07.05.30, Postcard send from S. Berman in Lodz ghetto to S. Berman in Czestachowa,  marked content forbidden, 24 December 1941, 24 December 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard send from S. Berman in Lodz ghetto to S. Berman in Czestachowa,  marked content forbidden, 24 December 1941. S. says that it is cold and they are both working. It asks what occupation the father has at the post and what Luta is doing. Yesterday they saw Hans, he is a good child. Mother has high blood pressure and needs care taking. They ask what is new with them and to send them a blanket. They ask if the father can get work for the person they are writing to as he knows many people. Apparently Mietek is working as well. They want a picture, and they will also send a picture of themself. S. says say should picture their life with three foreign people in the room. They do not have a warderobe. They ask for many letters and says hi for Leonie and the mother.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Tschenstochau (Częstochowa: Poland)
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Creators:
S. Berman (December 1941)
Lodz ghetto inmates (1939 -- 1944)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-72.07.05.31, Postcard from Berlin to Lodz, written to Maria Gralak 12 September 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Berlin to Lodz, written to Maria Gralak 12 September 1944. Written in polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Berlin (Germany)
postcards
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-72.07.05.32, Postcard from Siegburg, Germany to Lodz ghetto, written to Maria Gralak from Karik Gralak, 22 November 1944, 22 November 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Siegburg, Germany to Lodz ghetto, written to Maria Gralak from Karik Gralak, 22 November 1944. Written in Polish.
Subject/Index Terms:
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Siegburg (Germany)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Creators:
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-72.07.05.33, Postcard from Paris to Lodz, written from O. Carsch to Leopold Lazarus, 24 February 1942, 24 February 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Paris to Lodz, written from O. Carsch to Leopold Lazarus, 24 February 1942. It is written in german, difficult to read. It says that if the person who wrote it got any confirmation about parcels there could be more. Also it is asking about rules for correspondence.
Subject/Index Terms:
Paris (France)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
postcards
Creators:
O. Carsch (February 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-72.07.05.34, Postcard from Ujvidek, Hungary to Lodz , written from Rosa A. to Helene Fischl, 5 March 1942, 5 March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Postcard from Ujvidek, Hungary to Lodz , written from Rosa A. to Helene Fischl, 5 March 1942. It says that they are not sure why they are not getting a reply as they wrote a lot of postcards already. They say they are doing fine and they got a message from Adolf who is also doing fine. They sent soem money to her and hope she got it.
Subject/Index Terms:
postcards
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Ujvidek (Hungary)
Personal correspondence
wartime correspondences
correspondence to and from ghettos
Creators:
Rosa Armaug (March 1942)
Family members and friends of the ghetto inhabitants (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-72.07.05.35, Returned Envelope from Berlin to Lodz, sent to Hermann Israel n Alfred from Dr. Paul Endlich or Dr. Werner Hammer,  8 April 1942, 8 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Returned Envelope from Berlin to Lodz, sent to Hermann Israel n Alfred from Dr. Paul Endlich or Dr. Werner Hammer,  8 April 1942. Has a stamp saying 'Send back, in the street of the recipient is no post'.
Subject/Index Terms:
wartime correspondences
Personal correspondence
correspondence to and from ghettos
Berlin (Germany)
Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt Ghetto)
Creators:
Dr Paul Endlich (April 1942)
Dr Werner Hammer (April 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-72.07.05.36, Postcard from Lodz ghetto to B. Budweis in Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, written to Jgnac Kohn from Hedwig Kohn, 9 December 1941, 9 December 1941