Prisoner identification badge
Dora (concentration camp);
Nordhausen (Thuringia, Germany)
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Laib Opoczynski
Badge worn by a slave laborer at Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp.
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Also in Laib Opoczynski collection
Date: approximately 1945-1946
Metal identification tag worn by prisoner of Funfteichen Concentration Camp
Badge bearing prisoner markings.
Knife made by a prisoner at Funfteichen concentration camp.
Razor blades distributed by JOINT.
Contains a certificate issued to Laib Opoczynski, April 1946, stating that he has been given materials by the British Red Cross; D.P. index card issued to Opoczynski in July 1945 that functioned as an identification document; a photocopy of an identity card issued to Aryo Opoczynski (donor's brother), April 1946; and an envelope with a pre-printed map of Germany and the annexed territories of Poland.
Jewish prayer book distributed to Holocaust survivors in displaced persons camps in Germany by Vaad Hatzala.
Contains a death announcement for Chana Opoczynski (donor's mother), June 1929, Bendzin, Poland.