Jerzy and Zofia Flajszman papers
The papers consist of thirteen photographs, three identification cards, a coupon, and a wedding invitation relating to the Flajszman and Kolczycki families in Łódź, Poland, before and during the Holocaust.
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The collection consists of photographs, identification cards, a coupon, a wedding invitation, and a coin relating to the Flajszman and Kolczycki families in Lodz, Poland, before and during the Holocaust.
10 mark coin issued in the Lodz ghetto in Poland in 1943. Nazi Germany occupied Poland on September 1, 1940; Lodz was renamed Litzmannstadt and annexed to the German Reich. In February, the Germans forcibly relocated the large Jewish population into a sealed ghetto. All currency was confiscated in exchange for Quittungen [receipts] that could be exchanged only in the ghetto. The scrip and tokens were designed by the Judenrat [Jewish Council] and includes traditional Jewish symbols. The Germans closed the ghetto in the summer of 1944 by deporting the residents to concentration camps or killing centers.