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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Margaret Dubicki
Publication on KZ Sachsenhausen owned by Jadwiga and Kazimierz Dubicki. The couple, both Roman Catholics, were originally from Poland. Germany occuped Poland in September 1939. At some point, Jadwiga and Kazimierz were selected by the Germans for slave labor. Kazimierz was imprisoned in Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Germany.
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Also in Jadwiga and Kazimierz Dubicki collection
The collection consists of documents and a publication relating to the experiences of Jadwiga and Kazimierz Dubicki, Roman Catholics, originally from Poland, who were slave laborers for the Nazi regime during World War II.
Date: approximately 1945
Documentation surrounding the experiencs of Jadwiga and Kazimierz Dubicki (donor's parents) both victims and slave laborers under the Nazi regime. Jadwiga (nee Lukasiewicz) and Kazimierz Dubicki, were born in Poland and were Roman Catholics. Identity cards included indicate that Kazmierz was a prisoner at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Germany.