- The papers consist of four official copies of German identification cards ("Kennkarte") issued to members of the donor's family who did not survive the Holocaust.
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- Holder of Originals
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- The identification cards were issued to Irwin Ullmann and members of his family, and he obtained them after World War II. Irwin Ullmann donated the papers to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1995.
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Also in Irwin Ullmann collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Irwin Ullmann. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Documents, including handwritten laissez-passer form from Russian authorities (with German translation) allowing Ullmann and family to travel back home after liberation from camp in 1945, copy of post war DP identity card for Ullmann, two photos showing Nazis persecuting Jews (tugging on beards of men, hanging people), and booklet "Deutscher kaufe nicht beim Juden!", identifying Jewish-owned businesses in Wuerttemberg that Germans should boycott, published by Nazi Party in Stuttgart, 1935.