- Contains a postcard sent from Celine Cassutto in New York City via Prisoner of War Post to Civilian Internee Adolphe Dikker, a Dutch Civilian Internee held by Japanese authorities in an internment camp in Java.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Dale Dikker
- Collection Creator
- Adolphe Dikker
Adolphe Dikker was a Dutch civilian imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Java during World War II. He and his wife Rachael lived in Ascot Vale, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, after the war.
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- Conditions on Use
- The donor, source institution, or a third party has asserted copyright over some or all of these material(s). The Museum does not own the copyright for the material and does not have authority to authorize use. For permission, please contact the rights holder(s).
- Copyright Holder
- Mr. Dale Dikker
Keywords & Subjects
- Holder of Originals
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- The postcard was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2015 by Dale Dikker, grandson of Adolphe and Rachael Dikker.
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- 2023-02-24 13:44:25
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Also in Adolphe and Raechel Dikker collection
The collection consists of a postcard and a pillowcase relating to the experiences of Adolphe and Raechel Dikker during World War II when Adolphe, a Dutch civilian, was imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Java.
Date: approximately 1945
Pillowcase embroidered with scenes of camp life owned by a Dutch civilian held in a Japanese internment camp
Embroidered pillowcase owned by Adolphe and Raechel Dikker during World War II when Adolphe, a Dutch civilian, was imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Java. The pillowcase decorations depict scenes of camp life.