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Erich Lichtblau-Leskly Collection
The Museum's Erich Lichtblau-Leskly Theresienstadt Collection of original paintings or ghetto-picture diaries is the largest collection of this artist's work. Through their technical excellence, the works reveal defiance, humor, satire, and indifference to the madness of the world run by the Nazi regime. Theresienstadt (Terezin), besides being a main incarceration center for the Central European Jews, also served as a place used to deceive the world that the Jews of Europe were alive and being treated well. The Nazi regime used it as a stage for filming propaganda and a tourist stop for international commissions. The Lichtblau-Leskly works capture the complications and ironies of Theresienstadt. They universally depict the fundamental desperation lurking in every moment of life in the show ghetto.
Erich Lichtblau-Leskly artworks significantly differ from a ‘typical' Holocaust graphic. Instead of a barbed wire, striped uniform, and death scenes, we see ghetto life through the prism of everyday errands and chores, depicted in grotesques and caricatures. Erich Lichtblau-Leskly convincingly challenges the Nazi anti-Jewish concepts by depicting and interpreting the ghetto life in a style he would use for a ‘normal' commercial advertisement in his prewar practice. In the spring of 1945, Erich Lichtblau-Leskly cut most of his pictures into pieces to protect himself and his wife. Fortunately, his wife hid these fragments, rescuing them for posterity. Our Collection includes these fragments as well as re-created watercolors done by the artist in Israel during the 1950s throughout the 1960s.
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Edward Victor Collection
On October 17, 2011, Edward Victor donated his entire collection of synagogue and Holocaust philatelic materials to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Mr. Victor has accumulated a large collection of materials over the years. This Collection comprises thousands of wartime documents and artifacts in the form of various correspondences.Please visit his website (http://www.edwardvictor.com/) to take a closer look at some of the pieces we received from Mr. Victor.
REFLECTIONS ON THE HOLOCAUST THROUGH A PHILATELIC COLLECTION:
ED VICTOR PAPERS
Dr. Vladimir Melamed
Director of Archive, Library and Collections
In October 2011, Mr. Edward Victor, a former lawyer and philanthropist, donated to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust his Collection of the Second World War era documents and artifacts. Owing to this generous donation, our Archive acquired highly valuable historic materials. Being multivectorial by content and form, these documents and artifacts mirror various facets of the Holocaust and in a broader sense they also emanate from the interwar and wartime realities.
Mr. Victor’s Papers also include a special collection of postcards and photographs depicting largely bygone synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East.
Mr. Victor started his collection guided primarily by philatelic interest. He collected letters, envelopes, postcards and other documents bearing a postal or institutional stamps of the respective authorities, agencies, establishments and most of all from ordinary people. At a certain point, he realizes that the fate of the people, reflected in the short narratives of correspondences, is of eternal historic value and shall not be measured only in a philatelic dimension. The content of various wartime correspondences reveals a historic enormity of victimization, dehumanization and personal tragedies on one side and a cold blood calmness of perpetrators and collaborators on the other.
Reading correspondences sent from concentration camps, prisons, ghettos and German labor service open up a microcosm of tragic stories. Other groups of documents, such as official correspondences from the National Socialist authorities, inquiries submitted by the relatives of incarcerated people, antisemitic and propaganda materials, rationing coupons, all in all broaden our understanding of the Holocaust and of the structure of the Nazi regime. Ed Victor Papers, as a corpus of wartime documents, historicize the Holocaust in the context of the 20th century History. They shed light on the earlier, lesser known and often under researched pages of the Holocaust Experience, especially when it comes to the fate of individuals. At a certain point multiple micro-histories become qualitatively intrinsic to the macro-history of the Holocaust.
We added Ed Victor Papers to our Archival Collection as a Record Group RG-72 and subdivided this group into a number of thematic sub-groups and sub-collections. Being multi-dimensional in historic, linguistic, geo-political and cultural aspects, Ed Victor Papers call for a special multi-disciplinary approach in regard to the research and archival work. Categorization, cataloguing, indexing, annotations and historic description, as well translation and adding digital content, all in all for public availability on our online archival catalog www.lamoth.info has been largely completed. Largely, these materials are in the languages other than English. It is a multi-lingual collection comprising documents in German, Polish, Czech, French, Hungarian, Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian and Ukrainian.
All documents are historically valuable, however personal letters from the places of incarceration exacerbate our bitterness and pain and at the same time induce the sense of reality toward the Holocaust and the Nazi coercive and brutal regime of oppression. In other words, we are making public a synthesis of micro-histories, written by eye-witnesses, the ordinary people, not many of them survived. In most instances, the end of personal stories is unknown. Had it been known, it definitely would not be a happy ending. Existential realities of the wartime do not reserve a discourse for melodramas.
Our Archival and Research Department has completed a series of historic narratives and discourses-related articles that correlate to a research paradigm pertaining to this multi-functional and multi-vectorial corpus of documents.
This Collection, comprising around 2,000 documents and artifacts, is now searchable by multiple series on correlated index terms and subject matters. The Collection of Ed Victor Papers is structured as follows,
-- RG-72, Ed Victor Papers, http://www.lamoth.info/index.php?p=collections/findingaid&id=32&q=ed+victor+&rootcontentid=234#id234
--RG-72.01, Synagogues of Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East in postcards and photographs;
-- RG-72.02, Correspondence from and to ghettos;
-- RG-72.03, Correspondence from and to concentration camps;
-- RG-72.04, Identification documents;
-- RG-72.05, Red Cross Papers;
-- RG-72.06, German-Nazi postcards of various topics;
-- RG-72.07, Correspondence to and from Lodz ghetto;
-- RG-72.08, Correspondence from and to German labor service;
-- RG-72.09, Proofs of incarcerations under German-Nazi and Axis regimes;
-- RG-72.10, Correspondence between German-occupied and unoccupied countries;
-- RG-72.11, Theresienstadt correspondence, to and from the ghetto;
-- RG-72.12, Histories of families and individuals in Germany-controlled Europe and in the Allied nations;
-- RG-72.13, Antisemitic materials, Europe, 19th -- 20th Centuries;
-- RG-72.14, Documents issued by German authorities in 1933 – 1945;
-- RG-72.15, Emigration and immigrants, Europe, America, Asia;
-- RG-72.16, Jewish Councils (Judenraete) in Germany and German-occupied and controlled territories;
-- RG-72.17, Jewish resistance and Jews in the foreign armed forces;
-- RG-72.18, Hungarian Jewish experience as reflected in the correspondence
-- RG-72.19, Ration coupons
-- RG-72.20, Ghetto and camp currency
-- RG-72.21, Inter-country correspondence
-- RG-72.22, Correspondence between Germany and German-occupied territories
-- RG-72.23, Postwar correspondence
-- RG-72.24, Prisoner of war camps
-- RG-72.25, Displaced persons documents
-- RG-72.26, Red Cross Papers
-- RG-72.27, Correspondence from to Nazi prisons
-- RG-72.28, Correspondence from and to Interment and Transit camps
-- RG-72.29, Correspondence within Romania and between Romania and other countries
-- RG-72.30, Jewish Yellow Stars and Patches
-- RG-72.31, Jewish periodicals in occupied territories
-- RG-72.32, Correspondence between German-unoccupied countries
-- RG-72.33, Correspondence within German-occupied Poland
-- RG-72.34, Croatian collection of wartime documents
-- RG-72.35, Italian Collection of wartime documents
Nowadays, research apparatus support historic and archival subjects comprising this multi-vectorial synthesis of prewar, wartime and postwar discourse in the form of official and personal narratives.
Please see a selection of digitized letters from and to Oranienburg and Sachsenhausen concentration camps (RG-72.03.04) Auschwitz concentration camp (RG-72.03.06); Buchenwald concentration camp (RG-72.03.07) and various wartime identification documents (RG-72.04).
All these historic documents constitute only a small portion of Ed Victor Papers (RG-72) donated to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. They are catalogued and digitized by the Department of Archive, Library and Historical Curatorship, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.
Collection entitled RG-72.08, Correspondence from and to German Labor Service is multifaceted by content and form.
Nazi-German propaganda appealed to the population of German-occupied and controlled territories, making every effort to attract a volunteer manpower in German economy.
Many believed that working life in Germany could be a solution to multiple problems in the countries of their own. They volunteered for German Labor Service.
Volunteering was a typical process in the earlier years of the Second World War.
No later than 1943 the living conditioned of German civilian population significantly worsened. Proportionally, more and more people in the German-controlled territories realized that sooner or later Nazi Germany would lose the war. A stream of volunteers for the German Labor Service became extinct. Then the German Police and Civil Authorities in the occupied and controlled territories introduced a mandatory conscription for labor in Germany.
This Collection, comprising 88 documents in the form of letters, postcards, envelopes, package forms and other narratives, reflects the lesser known German Labor System of civilian labor camps, as well as specialized labor establishments for foreign workers. The content of correspondences, written in various European languages, varies from appreciation of the working life in Nazi Germany to rather negative attitude to the Nazi-German values and the mode of life.
The titles attached to the digitized documents render a basic information of a German laborer and his or her respondent.
- From Aldona Brylak (working at Germeinschaftslager, Augsburg) 0 to Janina Kulkowska in Milanowek, Poland, 8 December 1944. rg-720801-from-aldona-brylak-working-at-gemeinscha.pdf
- From Henryk Maczka, working at Hugo Scheider A.-G., Leipzig, to Jan Antoniak in Skarzysko-Kamienna, Poland, 29 April 1941. rg-720802-from-henryk-maczka-working-at-hugo-schei.pdf
- Postcard from Hanisiawa Jamroz in Chemnitz, Germany to Anastazja Jamroz in Krakow, Poland, 12 December, 1944. rg-720803-postcard-from-hanisiawa-jamroz-in-chemni.pdf
- Postcard from Chemnitz, Germany to Anastazja Jamroz in Krakow, Poland, 14 December 1944. rg-720804-postcard-from-chemnitz-germany-to-anasta.pdf
- Postcard sent from Furstenberg am Oder, Poland to Wladyslaw Legutko in Germany, 29 November 1944. rg-720805-postcard-sent-from-furstenberg-am-oder-p.pdf
- Postcard sent from Furstenberg am Oder, Poland to Wladyslaw Legutko in Germany, 16 December 1944. rg-720806-postcard-sent-from-furstenberg-am-oder-p.pdf
- Postcard sent from K. Belz in Germany to Janina Perkowska in Skierniewice, Poland, 18 November 1944. rg-720807-postcard-sent-from-k-belz-in-germany-to-.pdf
- Postcard from Karl Junnich in Posen (Poznan) to Jaroslav Brumlik in Prague, 15 Jume 1942. rg-720808-postcard-from-karl-junnich-in--posen-poz.pdf
- Postcard from Rammond Bunyand, sent from Stettin, Germany to France, 3 February 1944. rg-720809-postcard-from-rammond-bunyandsent-from-s.pdf
- Postcard sent from Zenon Szymanski in Breslau, Germany to Rela Szymanska in Pruszkow, Poland, 20 November 1944. rg-720810-postcard-sent-from--zenon-szymanski-in-b.pdf
- Postcard sent from Natalja Muszynska in Thorn (Torun) forced labor camp to Janina Kulikowska in Milanowek, Poland, 18 December 1944. rg-720811-postcard-sent-from-natalja-muszynska-int.pdf
- Postcard sent from Anrzej Kulikowski in labor camp in Augsburg, Germany to Janina Kulikowska in Milanowek, Poland, 29 October 1944. rg-720812-postcard-sent-from-anrzej-kulikowski-in-.pdf
- Postacard sent from Ida Groawc in Warthena, Upper Silesia, Germany to Sofi in Ober Alstadt, Sudentneland, 14 May 1943. rg-720813-postcard-sent-from-ida-groawc-in-warthen.pdf
- Postcard sent from Wladyslaw Krzyzanowski inLeipzig to Kazimier Aliechalski in Piastow, Poland, 28 December 1944. rg-720814-postcard-sent-from-wladyslaw-krzyzanowsk.pdf
- Postcard sent from Szyja Prywes in a labor camp Poniatowa, Poland to Alfred Schwarchbuam in Lousanne, Switzerland, 9 October 1943. rg-720815-postcard-sent-from-szyja-prywes-in-a-lab.pdf
- Postcard sent from Hanna Stawinska in a labor camp Neeislecht, Germany to Mian of Aid Council (Polish Rada Glowna Opiekuncza) in Krakow, 2 January 1945. rg-720816-postcard-sent-from-hanna-stawinska-in-a-.pdf
- Postcard sent from Dora Kaszuba in a labor camp Nowa Wola near Lodz to Polish Red Cross in Krakow, 29 July 1940. rg-720817-postcard-sent-from-dora-kaszuba-in-a-lab.pdf
- Postcard sent from Konrad Slaski in Burgweide transit camp to Jan Ziolbcowski in Krakow, 13 October 1944. rg-720818-postcard-sent-from-konrad-slaski-in-burg.pdf
- Postcard sent from Regina Piesmiak in Augsburg, Germany to Polish Main Aid Council in Krakow, 15 January 1945. rg-720819-postcard-sent-from-regina-piesmiak-in-au.pdf
- Postcard sent from Tadeusz to Sieniawski in Barackenlager, Berlin to Feliks Sieniawski in Wegrynow Stary, Poland, 18 November 1944. rg-720820-postcard-sent-from-tadeusz-to-sieniawski.pdf
- Postcard sent from Maria Kowalska in Thuringia, Germany to Stanislaw Sliwa in Pruszkow, Poland, 31 December 1944. rg-720821-postcard-sent-from-maria-kowalska-in-thu.pdf
- Postcard sent from Jerzy Sieniawski in Paderborn, Germany to Tadeusz Sieniawski in Reichsbahnlager, Berlin, 19 February 1945. rg-720822-postcard-sent-from-jerzy-sieniawski-in-p.pdf
- Postcard sent from Josef Trejsuar in Sangerhausen, Germany to Marie Ttejsuar in Bohemia and Moravia, 2 February 1945. rg-720823-postcard-sent-from-josef-trejsuar-in-san.pdf
- Postcard to Stanislaw Jukl in civilina work camp in Foeging am Inn, Germany, in Czech language, 7 June 1943. rg-720824-postcard-to-stanislaw-jukl-in-civilina-w.pdf
- Postcard sent to Maria Rittelil in Berlin-Neukoelln from Lubin, Poland, 13 September 1942. rg-720825-postcard-sent-to-maria-rittelil-in-berli.pdf
- Envelope from R. Heuchamps in Regensburg, Germany to Francois Heuchamps in Hounden-Goegnies, Belgium, 29 June 1943. rg-720826-envelope-from-r-heuchamps-in-regensburg-.pdf
- Envelope sent from Francois Heuchamps in Belgium to Robert Heuchamps in a civilian labor camp in Regensburg, Germany. rg-720827-envelope-sent-from-francois-heuchamps-in.pdf
- Postcard from a civilian work camp in Pretzsch, Germany to Kielce, Poland, 13 November 1944. rg-720828-postcard-from-a-civilian-work-camp--in-p.pdf
- Postcard sent from Maria Betz in female labor camp, Germany to Janina Perkowska in Skierniewice, Poland, 12 November 1944. rg-720829-postcard-sent-from-maria-betz-in-female-.pdf
- Postcard sent from Jozef Zwiroko in a labor camp for foreign workser in Kassel, Germany to Marian Dunski in Wojciechow, Poland, 8 February 1942. rg-720830-postcard-sent-from-jozef-zwiroko-in-a-la.pdf
- Postcard sent from Jozef Znotola in Brno to Jaroslav Juzotsky in Protektorat Bohemia and Moravia, 26 January 1945. rg-720831-postcard-sent-from-jozef-znotola-in-brno.pdf
- Postcard sent from Maryan Kaminski in a work camp (wiring) in Kornwestheim, Germany to the Polish Main Aid Council in Krakow, 10 January 1945. rg-720832-postcard-sent-from-maryan-kaminski-in--a.pdf
- Postcard from Maria Lwowska in Germany to Polish Main Aid Council in Krakow, 1 January 1945. rg-720833-postcard-from-maria-lwowska-in-germany-t.pdf
- Postcard sent from Lissa, Wartheland, Germany to Radom, Poland, 24 November 1944. rg-720834-postcard-sent-from-lissa-wartheland-germ.pdf
- Postcard sent from Lucjan Szkarkowski in a labor camp, Berlin-Spandau to Polish Main Aid Council in Krakow, 28 December 1944. rg-720835-postcard-sent-from-lucjan-szkarkowski-in.pdf
- Postcard sent from Albert Unterstab in a Special Camp A, in Bistrita, Bohemia and Moravia to Karl Unterstab in Prague, 4 April 1945. rg-720836-postcard-sent-from-albert-unterstab-in-a.pdf
- Picture postcard sent from a civilian work camp in Harzgerode, Germany to Fran Hynstova in Protektorate Bohemia and Moravia, 27 September 1944. rg-720837-picture-postcard-sent-from-a-civilian-wo.pdf
- Postcard from Stanislaus Komorowski in Hohenzalza camp to Anna Komorowska in Wolka, of Kosow Lacki disctrict, Poland, 24 March 1941. rg-720838-postcard-from-stanislaus-komorowski-in-h.pdf
- Two Postcards from Ivan Milukowa in Laband camp in Germany to Waria Millukowa in Donbass, Ukraine and from her to Ivan Milukow in Laband camp, August 1943. rg-720839-two-postcards-from-ivan-milukowa-in-laba.pdf
- Postcard sent from Abram Cegla in Jewish labor camp, Posen, Germany to Labor Department of the Lodz ghetto, 30 September 1941. rg-720840-postcard-sent-from-abram-cegla-in-jewish.pdf
- Postcard sent from Alesandre Gorbouline in the I. G. civilian work camp III in Ludwigshafen to T. Dietrich in Grenoble, France, April 1942. rg-720841-postcard-sent-from-alesandre-gorbouline-.pdf
- Postcard sent from Br. Dziedzic in Barackenlager in Berlin Grunewald to Kielce, Poland, 14 November 1944 (2). rg-720842-postcard-sent-from-br-dziedzic-in--barac.pdf
- Postcard sent from Br. Dziedzic in Barackenlager in Berlin Grunewald to Kielce, Poland, 14 November 1944. rg-720842-postcard-sent-from-br-dziedzic-in--barac-2.pdf
- Postcard sent from Katia Dawydjuk in Calbe Sale, Germany to Wasyl Dawydjuk in Stary Most, district Invakov, Ukraine, 9 January 1943 (2). rg-720843-postcard-sent-from-katia-dawydjuk-in-cal.pdf
- Postcard sent from Katia Dawydjuk in Calbe Sale, Germany to Wasyl Dawydjuk in Stary Most, district Invakov, Ukraine, 9 January 1943. rg-720843-postcard-sent-from-katia-dawydjuk-in-cal-2.pdf
- Postcard sent from Janina Banosiak in Tomaszuw Mazowiecki to Gozdzik Kazimiera in the labor cam Neheim Husten 1B1, 19 April 1943 (2). rg-720845-postcard-sent-from-janina-banosiak-in-to.pdf
- Postcard sent from Janina Banosiak in Tomaszuw Mazowiecki to Gozdzik Kazimiera in the labor cam Neheim Husten 1B1, 19 April 1943. rg-720845-postcard-sent-from-janina-banosiak-in-to-2.pdf
- Postcard sent from Jozef Sokolowski from a labor camp Ida in Waldenburg to Polish Main Aid Council (R.G.O.) in Krakow, 11 January 1945. rg-720846-postcard-sent-from-jozef-sokolowski-from.pdf
- Envelope sent to Venzel Trika in German Labor Front ( DAF) camp Gloshette in Jachs, Germany from Vlad Jagla in Bohemia, 13 July 1944. rg-720847-envelope-sent-to-venzel-trika-in-german-.pdf
- Envelope from Grossraming, Germany to Stefania in Zakopane, Poland, 10 July 1944. rg-720848-envelope-from-grossraming-germany-to-ste.pdf
- Envelope from Feliks Kipowski in Steyr, Germany to Zakopane, Poland, 03 January 1945. rg-720849-envelope-from-feliks-kipowski-in-steyr-g.pdf
- Postcard sent from Fedir Dziumka, village Rubljanka in Ukraine to Dmytro Dziumka in a labor camp Jiefban, Waldenburg, Germany, 24 July 1943. rg-720850-postcard-sent-from-fedir-dziumka--villag.pdf
- Postcard from Jozef Schtybel inModrou, Germany to H. Schtybel in Zarki, Poland, 16 February 1941. rg-720851-postcard-from-jozef-schtybel-inmodrou-ge.pdf
- Postcard from Ekenne Blechhamme in a Heydbreck labor camp, Germany to Paris, France, 22 January 1944. rg-720852-postcard-from--ekenne-blechhamme-in-a--h.pdf
- Postcard from J. Leiss in Camp 39, Postelberg, Saar, Germany to Marta Leiss in Theresienstadt, 14 March 1945. rg-720853-postcard-from-j-leiss-in-camp-39-postelb.pdf
- Postcard from Jan in Brno, Bohemia to Jaroslav Dadak inPostelberg IIF Labor camp, Germany, 6 March 1945. rg-720854-postcard-from-jan-in-brno-bohemia-to-jar.pdf
- Postcard from from Alesandre Gorbonline in civilian Labor Camp of the I..G in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany to to T. Dietrich inGrenoble, France. rg-720855-postcard-from-from-alesandre-gorbonline-.pdf
- Envelope from Jacques Taponier in civilian labor camp in Rathenow, Germany to Laponier in Paris, France,, 31 March 1944. rg-720856-envelope-from--jacques-taponier-in-civil.pdf
- Postcard from Wladyslaw Krzyzanowski in a civilian labor camp in Leipzig, Germany to Dr. Kazimierz Alichalski in Piastów, Poland, 28 December 1944. rg-720857-postcard-from-wladyslaw-krzyzanowski-in--2.pdf
- Postcard from a civilian labor camp in Harzgerode, Germany to Fran. Hynstova in Vronovy, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia , 26 September 1944. rg-720858-postcard-from-a-civilian-labor-camp-in-h.pdf
- Postcard from Albert Binehamps in a civilian labor camp in Wetzlar, Germany to Binehamps in Brussels, Belgium, 11 August 1944. rg-720859--postcard-from--albert-binehamps-in-a-ci.pdf
- Envelope from Ania Vrublevska in the village Morozov, Ukraine to Anton Wrublewski in the labor camp Niessen - Werke in Vienna, Austria. rg-720860-envelope-from-ania-vrublevska-in-the-vil.pdf
- Envelope from Ivan H. Ferenchuk in the village of Morozov, Ukraint to Ivan I. Ferenchuk in Yuzenleithenz labor camp in Vienna, 4 December 1942. rg-720861-envelope-from-ivan-h-ferenchuk-in-the-vi.pdf
- Envelope from Maria Zbroja from Kocmyrzow, Poland to Jochan Zbroja in a labor camp Wahtlager in Lebenstadt, Germany, 26 May 1940. rg-720862-envelope-from-maria-zbroja-from-kocmyrzo.pdf
- Postcard from Ida Groavc in Wathenau to Sofi Putersornyt in a labor camp No. 1 in Ober Altstadt, Germany, 14 May 1945. rg-720863-postcard-from-ida-groavc-in-wathenau-to-.pdf
- Envelope sent to Venzel Trika in German Labor Front ( DAF) camp Gloshette in Jachs, Germany from Vlad Jagla in Bohemia, 13 July 1944 (2). rg-720864-envelope-sent-to-venzel-trika-in-german-.pdf
- Postcard from Stanislaus Komorowski in Hohenzalza camp to Anna Komorowska in Wolka, of Kosow Lacki disctrict, Poland, 24 March 1941. rg-720865-postcard-from-stanislaus-komorowski-in-h.pdf
- Postcard from Ivan Miliukov in Labor Camp No. 3 in Laband, Germany to Warfa Milukow in village Kramatorskaia in Donbass Region, Ukraine, 15 March 1943. rg-720866-postcard-from-ivan-miliukov-in-labor-cam.pdf
- Postcard from Paul Singer in Prague to Marie Singer in Brno, 9 January 1945. rg-720867-postcard-from-paul-singer-in--prague-to-.pdf
- Postal confirmation from Dąbrowa Tarnowska, Poland to Germany, sent from Josef Fuks to Icek Fuks in Germany, 8 December 1941. rg-720868-postal-confirmation-from-dbrowa-tarnowsk.pdf
- Postcard from Inz. Jozef Metzis in Drohobych, Poland to Karl Fuch in Dubová Nemecka, Slovakia, 19 November 1941. rg-720869-postcard-from-inz-jozef-metzis-in-drohob.pdf
- Postcard from F. Prosek in HASAG labor camp in Meuselwitz, Germany to Jozef Prosek in Bohemia, 14 May 1943. rg-720870-postcard-from-f-prosek--in-hasag-labor-c.pdf
- Postcard from Bronislawa Pietrusrewska in Zittau to Anna Sliwa in Pruszkow, Poland, 18 December 1944. rg-720871-postcard-from-bronislawa-pietrusrewska-i.pdf
- Envelope from Teodor Waricha in in Altenhoefen labor camp in Germany to Stanislaw Chelchowski in Lublin, postmarked 27 December 1943. rg-720872-envelope-from-teodor-waricha-in---in-alt.pdf
- Postcard from Zenon Zarnowski in the labor camp Eiche, Germany to A. Piekarska in Konskie, Poland, 5 December 1944. rg-720873-postcard-from-zenon-zarnowski-in-the-lab.pdf
- Postcard from Bronislawa Piedrusrewska in Zittau to Anna Sliwa in Pruszkow, Poland, 28 November 1944. rg-720874-postcard-from-bronislawa-piedrusrewska-i.pdf
- Envelope from Felicjan Kuzniarski in Mielec to the passport office of the General Government in Krakow, postmarked 11 November 1941. rg-720875-envelope-from-felicjan-kuzniarski-in-mie.pdf
- A packagef form sent from Schenkenforf in Wartheland, Poland to Skotarezak in the Druette labor camp, the subcamp of Neuengamme, Germany, 3 July 1944. rg-720876-a-packagef-form-sent-from-schenkenforf-i.pdf
- A package form sent from Strzemieszyce to Daniel Jenslryczek in Druette labor camp, the subcamp of Neuengamme, 23 September 1944. rg-720877-a-package-form-sent--from-strzemieszyce-.pdf
- A package form sent from Brzeznica to Wojcech Meissner in Druette labor camp, the subcamp of Neuengamme, 3 November 1944. rg-720878-a-package-form-sent-from-brzeznica-to-wo.pdf
- A package form from Johann Kleejnot in Zory (Sohrau), Poland to Alois Klejnot in Druette labor camp, the subcamp of Neuengamme, June 1944. rg-720879-a-package-form-from-johann-kleejnot-in-z.pdf
- Postcard from Wladyslaw Krzyzanowski in Leipzig-Wahren civilian labor camp to Krystyna Krzynowska in Brwinow, Poland, 29 November 1944. rg-720880-postcard-from-wladyslaw-krzyzanowski-in-.pdf
- A package sent from Konin district, Poland to Anton Ademczewski in Druette labor camp, the subcamp on Neuengamme, 22 December 1944. rg-720881a-package---sent-from-konin-district-pola.pdf
- A package form sent from Paul Biesielski in Lissa (Leszno), Poland to Ludwig Biesielski in Druette labor camp, the subcamp of Neuengamme , 9 August 1944. rg-720882-a-package-form-sent-from-paul-biesielski.pdf
- Postcard from Maria Betz in the female camp Schneiderfelde, Germany to Janina Perkowska in Skierniewice, Poland, 30 November 1944. rg-720883-postcard-from-maria-betz-in-the-female-c.pdf
- A postcard from the concentration camp Herzogenbosch in Netherlands to the Jewish Community Council in Amsterdam, 29 October 1943. rg-720884-a--postcard-from-the-concentration-camp-.pdf
- Postcard from Jerzy Sieniawski in railway labor camp located in Berlin to Feliks Sieniawski in Czestochowa, Poland, 28 December 1944. rg-720885-postcard-from-jerzy-sieniawski-in-railwa.pdf
- Postcard from Gitla Sara Borensztajn in Dombrowa, Upper Silesia, Poland to Gitla Sara Rubin in the camp for women in Gellenau, Germany, 16 April 1943. rg-720886-postcard-from-gitla-sara-borensztajn-in-.pdf
- Postcard from Richard Schwarzkopf in a labor camp in Sawin, Poland to Rudolf Hirsch in Brnoe, the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, 29 September 1942. rg-720887-postcard-from-richard-schwarzkopf-in-a-l.pdf
- Letter from Konstantin Curezk in the labor camp Oberonau, Austria to Sophie Curezk in Sosnowiec, Poland, 20 December 1943. rg-720888-letter-from-konstantin-curezk-in-the-lab.pdf