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White envelope. Left side is titled, "Holocaust & Resistance" in Hebrew and English and has a pink illustration of a "Destroyed Synagogue at Ghetto Warsaw." Right side has a large black stamp showing ruins.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: Envelope issued in Israel in 1983 on the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising to commemorate Jewish resistance in the ghettos and the underground movements of occupied Europe. Pictured are Mordecai Anilewicz, one of the leaders of the Warsaw Uprising, and Yosef Glazman of Lithuania, organizer of the PPA in the Vilna Ghetto. The middle stamp reads "for the ghetto rebels, for the partisans in the forests, for the rebels in the camps, for the members of the underground, for the soldiers in the various armies."
4 x 8 3/4"
Mordecai Anilewicz, Yosef Glazman, Menorah, Israel, Commemoratoon, 40th Anniversary, Warsaw, Ghetto, Uprising, Lithuania
"Holocaust and Resistance Commemorative Envelope" (1983). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2012.1.407.