Star of David patch with Juif worn by Jewish woman
- Object Type
Star of David badges (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gershia Luxenburg
Judenstern marked Juif brought by Malka Weinapple from Europe to the United States, possibly worn by her when she was living in German occupied France. Nazi Germany invaded France in May 1940. An armistice was signed in June and Paris became the seat of the German military administration. In June 1942, a decree was issued making it mandatory for all Jewish persons over the age of six Jews to wear these identification badges at all times.
Record last modified: 2018-01-11 14:24:12
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Also in Malka Weinapple collection
The collection consists of a Star of David badge and a photograph relating to the experiences of Malka Weinapple in France and the United States during and after the Holocaust.
Photographic portrait of Carl Luxenburg (donor's husband) and his family on the occasion of his younger brother's Bar Mitzvah. Shown in the photograph are Malka Weinapple, her husband, and her daughter Pola, who survived the Holocaust.