- Document issued to Mieczyslaw Flaum (donor's father), February 1944, Krakow, Poland. Typed with handwritten ink modifications to initial caps; two red ink stamps. Declaration; issued by II Komisariat Milicji Obywatelskiej; stating that Mieczyslaw Flaum is living in Krakow, Poland at Plac Wolnica, number 14, and has been liberated from the concentration camp Auschwitz, prisoner number 15044, and has registered himself with this police station as he has no documentation; Krakow, Poland; dated February 19, 1944.
1944 February 19
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Charles Flaum
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- Permanent Collection
- Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1993 by Charles Flaum.
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Also in Mieczyslaw Flaum collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Mieczyslaw Flaum during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Identity card issued to Mieczyslaw Flaum (donor's father), February 1947, Olsztyn, Poland. Black text against diagonal stripes, blue and black ink handwriting; Nr. 310; issued to Mieczyslaw Flaum by the "Polish Union of Ex-Political Prisoners of Hitler's Prisons and Concentration Camps"; stamped, twice, in red ink, with organization's seal (red triangular shape with letter "P" at center); Olsztyn, Poland; February 5, 1947 (date of entrance to organization) and March 10, 1947 (issue date of document).