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PERSECUTION
AND FLIGHT
THE NAZI CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE JEWS


   
           

Persecution of Jews

On the upper card, the sender is identified as Julius Israel Hess; on the lower card, Marie Sara Weiner. Both had to be handed to a postal clerk and checked.

15-pfennig outgoing portion of message-and-reply postal card properly paid surface postage to Sweden, cancelled March 14, 1941, at Frankfurt, censored at Berlin; 100-pfennig plus 5-pfennig Hindenburg Medallion stamps properly paid post card postage (15 pfennigs), air mail surcharge (40 pfennigs), and special delivery fee (50 pfennigs), cancelled July 22, 1941, at Vienna, censored at Frankfurt, arrived at New York on August 7, 1941.  next >>

 



 

 

Courtesy of The Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation. Ex-Ken Lawrence exhibit. 

 


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