Tunisian Jews removing star badges
Contains a black-and-white press photograph of Jews removing the yellow Star of David badge from their lapels, overseen by Allied soldiers, in Tunisia; "MG 97C47" [or 97647] in lower left corner of image. The verso includes a newspaper clipping adhered with caption "In a Tunisian village, Allied soldiers watch little Jewish boys taking off the yellow stars they'd been made to wear as if they were lepers.' Handwritten inscriptions in pencil on verso correct caption "Note: Jews but NOT PALESTINE or ISRAEL" as well as subjects; stamped "USED / MAR 24 1944" and multiple stickers adhered with barcodes as well as one large one from Culver Pictures, Inc., with their contact information, and details regarding usage rights and credit line.
1943 March-1943 April
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of portions of this collection were made possible by the Philip and Janet Levin Foundation and the Joseph H. and Freda Guzman Gerber Fund for Library Acquisitions.
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