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Julian Noga collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of a concentration camp uniform jacket and two stones relating to the experiences of Julian Noga, a Polish Catholic sent to Austria as a forced laborer and later imprisoned in Flossenburg and Mauthausen concentration camps during the Holocaust.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1991 by Frieda and Julian Noga.
Date
approximately 1942-1945
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Granite stone from a concentration camp owned by a former Polish Catholic inmate

Object | Accession Number: 1991.160.1

Geography
found: Flossenburg (Concentration camp); Flossenburg (Germany)

Building stone from a concentration camp owned by a former Polish Catholic inmate

Object | Accession Number: 1991.160.2

Geography
found: Mauthausen (Concentration Camp); Mauthausen (Austria)
Building stone from a concentration camp owned by a former Polish Catholic inmate

Concentration camp uniform jacket issued to a Polish Christian inmate

Object | Accession Number: 1991.160.3

Geography
use: Flossenburg (Concentration camp); Flossenburg (Germany)
Date
use:  1942 August-1945 April
Concentration camp uniform jacket issued to a Polish Christian inmate
 
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