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Front: HERMANN GORING text printed at lower left, 3 hole punches along left edge; Back: 'Betr.: Leergut-Rucksendung' typewritten and underlined at top left. Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:Letter card sent from the "Phoenix" coal mine which, prior to its confiscation and "arianization" by the Nazis, was owned by the Jewish industrialist Ignaz Petscheck. As part of the Hermann Goring Reichswerke, thousingads of slave workers and inmates from concentration camp Buchenwald were forced to work at this mine. The text of the card reads:To the German Aseol company in Zeitz; Matter: return of empties; WE have sent to your delivery address to the Rehmsdorf station, 2 iron barrels under the code G.PH 8237 and 7385, Heil Hitler.
4 x 5 3/4"
Reichswerke, Hermann Gorring, Ignaz Petschek, Arianization, Buchenwald, Phoenix
"Reichswerke Hermann Goring Phoenix Letter with Goring Factory Stamp" (1942). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2016.1.10.