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Erno Deutsch family papers

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    Contains postcards sent by Erno Deutsch from the forced labor battalion in 1944, presumably forged Swiss schutzpass issued to Mr. and Mrs. Kellner, relatives of Erno Deutsch. A July 21, 1942, letter from the military authorities calling Erno Deutsch to return his military decorations. A July 27, 1942, registered mail receipt proving that Erno Deutsch obeyed that letter. An October 24,1944, letter written by Erno Deutsch asking the Hungarian Office of Taxation to grant extension since he is working in a labor battalion, and cannot look after his taxes. Commander of the labor company certifies that Erno Deutsch's statement is true. The commander of the labor company sends Erno Deutsch from Magyarovar to Budapest on November 9, 1944, asking the authorities not to treat him as a deserter, even though no military personnel is escorting him.

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    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received this material from Eszter Dallos on Apr. 26, 2000.
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