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Gerard M. Gert collection

Document | Accession Number: 1995.A.0158

Correspondence. Two unrelated German letters. One is from office of Oberfinanzpraesident Berlin, addressed to residence of Samuel Gutstein in Berlin, regarding a charge against Gutstein from the corresponding office in Koenigsberg, which is being lifted since Gutstein has been in America since 1938 and is unlikely to return to Berlin. The other letter is from Rudolf von Malzahn, a German diplomat in Belgrade, writing to Alfred Rosenberg to advise him to read a recently published book from the World Jewish Congress, as well as informing him of a popular Italian exhibit in Belgrade that the Germans should emulate.

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