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Julius de Clercq Zubli collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of a concentration camp uniform jacket and a prisoner identification bracelet relating to the experiences of Dr. Julius de Clercq Zubli as an inmate of Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Germany following his deportation from the Netherlands for resistance activities during the Holocaust.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2004 by Dan de Clercq Zubli, the son of Dr. Zubli, on behalf of the Estate of Dr. Julius de Clercq Zubli.
Date
1944 July 06-1945 April
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Concentration camp uniform jacket worn by a non-Jewish doctor/resistance member

Object | Accession Number: 2004.554.1

Geography
use: Sachsenhausen (Concentration camp); Oranienburg (Germany)
Date
received:  1944 September-1945 April
Concentration camp uniform jacket worn by a non-Jewish doctor/resistance member

Prisoner ID bracelet worn by a non-Jewish doctor imprisoned for resistance activity

Object | Accession Number: 2004.554.2

Geography
use: Sachsenhausen (Concentration camp); Oranienburg (Germany)
Date
received:  1944 September-1945 April
Prisoner ID bracelet worn by a non-Jewish doctor imprisoned for resistance activity
 
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