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Jacob Igra photographs

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    Consists of 22 photographs seemingly taken by a SD-SIPO (Sicherheitspolizei) German soldier in Sosnowiec, Poland. The photographs show German soldiers interrogating and arresting Polish citizens, and possibly include photographs of the "Wehrfaehige," people who were capable of carrying arms who were interned during and after the Polish campaign as a security measure. The photographs were found after the war by Jacob Igra in an apartment in Sosnowiec.

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    Jacob Igra donated these photographs to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Nov. 11, 1994, via Bella Tovey. After repeated attempts to contact Mr. Igra or his heirs, the collection was accessioned as abandoned property on May 4, 2007.
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