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Four letters in German from Józef Jonski, incarcerated at Dachau Concentration Camp, to his aunt, Bronislawa Nowak, in Lodz. Dated 16 July 1944. Jonski survived the war. His fifth letter in Polish was dated three days after liberation.

Four letters in German from Józef Jonski, incarcerated at Dachau Concentration Camp, to his aunt, Bronislawa Nowak, in Lodz. Dated 16 July 1944. Jonski survived the war. His fifth letter in Polish was dated three days after liberation.

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