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Letter from Jurek from  Buchenwald, dated 12 June 1944, to a Jewish woman, Anna Lipszyc. Jurek, a Polish policeman, helped her assume a false identity. Jurek was imprisoned on the charge of bribery. Anna Lipszyc  survived the war under false identity.

Letter from Jurek from Buchenwald, dated 12 June 1944, to a Jewish woman, Anna Lipszyc. Jurek, a Polish policeman, helped her assume a false identity. Jurek was imprisoned on the charge of bribery. Anna Lipszyc survived the war under false identity.

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