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Envelope with blue postage stamp of Hitler in top right corner, "271082" stamped in green in bottom right corner, addressed to "Siegelbaum" on front and back.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
Dabrowa Górnicza was occupied by the German army in early September 1939. All Jews living there - approximately 5,000 - were gathered into the Judische Kultusgemeinde (Jewish Community) prior to the establishment of the Dabrowa ghetto the following year. A Judenrat was established, and many of the Jewish businesses were aryanized. Young Jews were deployed for forced labor in Germany as well as in war-related industries. Jews not selected for work were deported to Auschwitz. At the end of the war only 300 Jews from Dabrowa survived.
4 1/2 x 7"
Dabrowa, D. Siegelbaum
"Cover from D. Siegelbaum in Dabrowa Ghetto to a Relative in Hungary" (1941). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2019.2.87.