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Object ID

2019.2.120

Object Name

Correspondence

Date

3-24-1941

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Numbered 61 in top right corner, titled “DEMANDEUR – ANFRAGESTELLER – ENQUIRER” at top of page in black print, back titled “RESPONSE ANTWORT REPLY”

Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: The Lustigers, refugees from Nazi- occupied Europe, have been detained a Atlit camp, south of Haifa, Palestine, by British authorities. Atlit was established to prevent Jewish immigrants from entering Palestine in accordance with the 1939 White Paper. Mrs. Lustiger writes that Mr. Lustiger “would like to hear from you. He is doing fine and in good health. Please write through the Red Cross in Geneva. Verso Reply to Mr. Lustiger: “We are healthy and doing fine. Father does not work anymore; he is too old. Letters are received in two months’ time. Nitsch-Zamanek”

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8 1/2 x 5 1/2"

Keywords

Immigrants, Lustiger, Atlit, Red Cross, Nitsch Family, Palestine, Detention Centers, White Paper (1939)

Subcollection

Detention

Atlit Detention Camp

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