Max Bruenn collection
Testimonies, typescript. One, a photocopy of a typescript, is titled "Notizen waehrend des Krieges," and written in form of diary, 69 pages, describes experiences of author from outbreak of war in September 1939 to invasion of Norway in 1940. The other, titled "Notizen nach dem Kriege," written in 1946, consists of 22 pages of typescript looking back on wartime experiences and immediate aftermath. A photo of Max Bruenn in included as well as a a document from a doctor in Berlin, dated 1939, attesting that Marianne Elkisch is of good health; this was likely paperwork needed for immigration efforts.
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The German passport ("Reisepass") was issued in Berlin, Germany, and is stamped with a red letter "J."