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Front: Top left, "nome:" printed in red, followed by "Jacobsohn, Frieda" handwritten in blue. Printed in black is a section labeled "A" which contains a numbered list one through eight. Back: Sections "B" and "C", each with numbered lists of one through four.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
A form submitted by Frida Jacobsohn to the “Committee of Former Political Prisoners – Association of Victims of the Nazi Regime,” listing the actions taken by the Nazis against the Jacobsohn family “…due to racial reasons…” including “…hindrance of professional practice, compulsory re-accommodation with three families in one flat…Gestapo house searches, detention in KZ Theresienstadt….”
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 Frida Mehrens, who was Lutheran. The document collection of this mixed marriage provides a window into their trials 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.
12 x 8 3/8 "
Leo Jacobsohn, Frida Jacobsohn, Frieda Jacobsohn
"Form submitted by Frida Jacobsohn to the "Committee of Former Political Prisoners - Association of Victims of the Nazi Regime"" (1947). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2019.2.65.