INTERESTING LOT OF ORIGINAL

antisemitic and forced labor documents


original anti-Jewish cartoon, published 1930 already in the "Illustrierter Beobachter".

the two documents above are "Lagergeld" (camp money) receipts for money a contractor paid to the camp administration for cheap laborers he received in 1943!

the document above and right are 1947 dated documents from the office which took care of former concentration camp inmates. The document above has a rubber stamp from the KZ-Betreuung (concentration camp welfare office) in Nuremberg, home of the top Jew hater Julius Streicher.

Offered for sale is a

INTERESTING LOT OF ORIGINAL

antisemitic and forced labor documents

Offered here is a nice lot consisting of eight (8) documents:

- three (3) receipts for the use of forced labor

- two (2) antisemitic/anti-Jewish paper Nazi newspaper clippings

- three (3) postwar documents from official concentration camp survivor welfare offices.

this very interesting document is an original 1942 invoice from Stammlager XIII B to a carpentry business in the German town Erbendorf. This com-pany used cheap labor in form of an unknown number of inmates over an entire month and owed the prisoner camp RM 25.36 by the end of Novem-ber 1942! We do not know if it were prisoners of war or concentration camp inmates, the most interesting aspect of this document is that it shows how inmates of POW and concentration camps were loaned out to businesses.

"Der Jude verlaesst das Ghetto" (the Jew is leaving the ghetto)...

THIS INTERESTING LOT OF ORIGINAL

antisemitic and forced labor documents

IS OFFERED FOR SALE FOR $115.00

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