Photograph printed on postcard stock; rectangular form; black-and-white image of school room with boys, girls and teachers; inscription on back in graphite that reads "Spring 1942- Jewish Kindergarten created after we were banned from Public School;" stamp from photographer, "Foto 'Weers,' L. Bergstr. 15, Amersfoort." Photographic image is of a Jewish kindergarten created in Amersfoort, Netherlands, after the German occupation government banned Jewish children from public school. Of the children and teachers depicted in the photograph, only Maud Dahme, her sister, Rita Peper, her mother, Lilli Eschwege Peper, and 2 other children survived the Holocaust.
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