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    Contains a postcard sent from Vienna in 1938 with image of poster “Der Ewige Jude”; a postcard with caricature of Kurt Schuschnigg, Jews, clergy running away from new regime; a postcard with the stamp depicting Winston Churchill and captioned ”Not worth a penny”; a letter written by a Jewish prisoner in Sachsenhausen to his family, dated November 3, 1940; a letter written by a prisoner in Dachau concentration camp to his family in Oppeln; and a letter written by German authorities in Brno to Jan Lustig warning him that his account will be confiscated if he doesn’t present himself, on the other side the pencil notation reads (in translation) "all the Jews left in the unknown direction," dated February 18, 1944.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Niels Bach

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    Letters. Postcards.
    1 folder

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2008 by Niels Bach.
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