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Philatelic and Numismatic Items

Nazi Philatelic Items - Set 2

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1944 letter 1944 letter 1944 letter

Above. Rare letter written on 6.2.44. Oddly the only thing written is I am doing fine!! Marked by censor. On the front is the rules of conduct for the prisoners! One of the rules was that all outgoing letters had to be written in German, despite the imnates nationallity. The back of the letter includes the birth date of the inmate.

thereseinstadt mail

WWII postal stationary from Ghetto THERESIENSTADT POLIZEI GEFANGNIS Kleine Festung - Zelle 21 (Little fortress - cellblock 21) dated 24 aug. 1944.

auschwitz mail

Postcard Mailed from "Auschwitz" to Lublin dated Feb.2 1942.

ravensbruk mail

Ravensbruck camp,1944. Letter from women prisoner in Ravensbruck which was strictly a women's concentration camp.

WWII Judaica Holocaust Nazi Camp Buchenwald Post card

buchenwald postcard

Postcard sent by inmate # 3120 Gustav Kalouch to his parents in Prague, Bohemia on February 1942.

buchenwald postcard

Another letter from this person dated July 1944.

buchenwald letter

Entire letter sent by inmate # 3120 Gustav Kalouch to his mother in Prague, Bohemia on July 1944.

buchenwald letter

Another letter from this person dated February 1942 - then sent to his parents.

thereseinstadt mail

WWII postal stationary from Ghetto THERESIENSTADT dated 24 feb. 1944.

treblinka memorial postcardtreblinka memorial postcard

An illustrated post card to commemorate the memory of the victims of Teblinka with a specific mention of some names in Yiddish: Rabbi Treistman of Lodz, Prof. Meir Balaban, Ita and Tamar Weillenberg, Hillel Zeitlin and a few other names, probably 1945-6.

vienna postcard

A post card issued in Vienna, the post card describes a display in an anti-Semitic Exhibition, the statement on the wall states that the German Nation will object to the Jews using their knowledge to have fat profits.  8/30/1938.