- The pre-printed postcard is addressed to "Familie Badler" in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and thanks the addressee for the package. The postcard was sent by Emma Hartog-Moses to friends of a mixed marriage while she was interned in the ghetto in Terezín, Czechoslovakia.
1944 May 09
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Edith Hartog Mayer
- Collection Creator
- Emma Hartog-Moses
Emma Hartog-Moses was interned for three years in the Westerbork Camp and Theresienstadt Ghetto. She perished during the Holocaust.
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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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- Permanent Collection
- The postcard was sent by Emma Hartog-Moses to friends of a mixed marriage while she was interned in the ghetto in Terezín, Czechoslovakia. She was interned for three years in the Westerbork Camp and Theresienstadt Ghetto. Emma Hartog-Moses perished in the Holocaust. After World War II, the postcard was given to her daughter, Edith Mayer. Ms. Mayer donated the postcard to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum through the American Gathering/Federation of Jewish Holocaust Survivors in 1993.
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Letter, handwritten, two pages, dated 6 June 1940, from Meckenheim (Germany), from Uncle Siegmund and Aunt Paula, addressed to Erich, Fritz and one other member of the Hartog family in the Netherlands. Includes comments on the status of Jews in German.