Lodz (Litzmannstadt) ghetto scrip, 10 mark coin
Litzmannstadt-Getto (Lodz ghetto) (historic);
- Object Type
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.
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Also in Jerzy and Zofia Flajszman collection
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.
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