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dasreich2010
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Post by dasreich2010 » 22 Mar 2017 21:45

Hi all

I have some paperwork from Germany which are 2 envelopes 1 from Ravensbruck and 1 from Auschwitz the other are a dog tag and soldbuch from the same family, the envelopes are from a woman who may be the mother or older sister and the soldbuch are from the brother or son ....the dates are very tight....both are survivors..she was a jehovas witness who was presumably a nurse and one of the first transport of women there to Auschwitz even though the paperwork goes far back for her confinement and her son/brother who's unit as far as I can work out was partially destroyed at Stalingrad and he ended the war in Austria, they both went back to the Russian zone after the war, what's the historical value of this grouping??, many Germans denied the camps and here you have both sides of the coin, also he wa promoted and was awarded medals so no detriment to having a family member in a kz.....Rgds
sehen, dass das ist das Ende des Reiches

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Re: Documents

Post by dasreich2010 » 22 Mar 2017 21:49

Also have his dog tag and a delousing document in Russian and german
sehen, dass das ist das Ende des Reiches

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