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Caricature of General Nikolaus von Falkenhorst from "World War II Personalities in Cartoons/Originals done for 'La Nacion' Santo Domingo, 1939-1946" by Klaus Martin Frank.

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    Caricature of General Nikolaus von Falkenhorst from "World War II Personalities in Cartoons/Originals done for 'La Nacion' Santo Domingo, 1939-1946" by Klaus Martin Frank.
    Caricature of General Nikolaus von Falkenhorst from "World War II Personalities in Cartoons/Originals done for 'La Nacion' Santo Domingo, 1939-1946" by Klaus Martin Frank.

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    Caricature of General Nikolaus von Falkenhorst from "World War II Personalities in Cartoons/Originals done for 'La Nacion' Santo Domingo, 1939-1946" by Klaus Martin Frank.
    Date
    1939 - 1946
    Locale
    Santo Domingo, The Dominican Republic
    Variant Locale
    Ciudad Trujillo
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Klaus Martin Frank

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Klaus Martin Frank
    Source Record ID: Collections: 1990.186.1

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    Artifact Geography
    Washington, DC United States
    Artifact Photographer
    Max Reid
    Biography
    Klaus Martin Frank lived in Dortmund, Germany before the war. He was arrested on Kristallnacht. Only seventeen at the time, he was held as a hostage for the arrest of his father, who had travelled to Holland for the day. He and his father were sent by train to Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen the next day. He and his father were assigned to the tailor shop and sewed identification patches on uniforms. Five weeks after their arrival, Frank and his father were called out of formation, given civilian clothes, and sent to Berlin. There they learned that his father's sister, Martha, who lived in Copenhagen managed to have them released. They stayed in Denmark for about three months before immigrating with Frank's mother and another aunt to South America.
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