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Front: Left column in English, right in German. "Notgemeinchaft der durch die Nürnberger Gesetze Betroffen" printed in black across the top. "No. 897" in top right corner. Two sinatures in both blue and black ink on each side of the paper. Back: Purple stamp on top right corner.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:A certificate in German and English, Hamburg, June 13, 1945, certifying that Frieda Jacobsohn has submitted documentation confirming that she was married to a Jewish partner, to the Union of People Persecuted by the Nuremberg Racial Laws.
Documents [2019.2.60-68] of a German family living through the Holocaust and its aftermath. Leo Jacobsohn, a Jewish citizen of Hamburg, Germany, was married to Frieda Mehrens, who was Lutheran. The document collection of this mixed marriage provides a window into their trails and tragedies throughout the time period of the Third Reich, along with the family’s attempt to claim restitution owing to Leo’s perishing in Theresienstadt just prior to the end of World War II.
5 3/4 x 8 "
Leo Jacobsohn, Frida Jacobsohn, Frieda Jacobsohn
"Certification for Submitted Marriage Documentation of Frieda Jacobsohn" (1945). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2019.2.64.