- Verbannte und Verbrannte: Schriftsteller Die Wir Nicht Lesen Durften
- Series Title
- Kleine Bucherei der Freien Deutschen Jugend, Heimabend,
Books and Published Materials
Books and pamphlets
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
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Also in German propaganda and publications collection
The collection consists of World War II era artifacts, documents, and publications.
Forced labor badge, yellow with a purple P and a purple border, that would be worn to identify a Polish forced laborer in Nazi Germany. German regulations required the workers to wear the badge with the purple band visible around the P on the right chest to keep them separate from the German populace. During the German occupation of Poland, 1939-1945, many non-Jewish Polish people were sent to Germany as conscript labor for civilian labor details on farms and factories. Workers sometimes volunteered for the forced labor service, but the majority were forcibly recruited and conditions worsened as the war continued. The German work force was depleted by the war and unpaid foreign workers were needed to keep the economy functioning.
8 issue of Uhr-Blatt, a German newspaper for the following dates: Aug. 26, 1939; Aug. 30, 1939; Sept. 2, 1939; Sept. 7, 1929; Oct. 28, 1939; Nov. 5, 1939; Nov. 18, 1939; and Dec. 3, 1939.
A collection of propaganda flyers dropped from airplanes during World War II.
Announcement Nr. 222 issued to the troops by the Oberkommando [Supreme Commnad] of the Armed Forced on September 1942, Nr. 222.
A speech for the Foundation of Life Home.
A collection of one document and five telegrams relating to high treason.
A black and white photograph of a portrait of a young man wearing a jacket and tie and an identification card issued in 1945.