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"Marianna Tkaczyk" identification card

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    The "Kennkarte" was issued to "Marianna Tkaczyk" in Warsaw, Poland, by "Der Stadthauptmann Polizei Direktor" in the Generalgouvernement on May 8, 1943.

    Anna Danzinger, alias "Marianna Tkaczyk," purchased the birth certificates of two Gentile sisters which enabled her and her sister to obtain identification cards ("Kennkarten"). The sisters survived by living and working as Gentiles in Warsaw, Poland, during the Holocaust.
    1943 May 08
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Goldstein
    Collection Creator
    Anna D. Goldstein

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    German Polish
    1 folder

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    The identification card was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Anna Danzinger Goldstein in 1993
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