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“EXAMINER 4484” in black ink in center and a second torn label with “OPENED…” at top, marked near top with “SENDER’S NAME:- ADOLPHE MALINOW HOUSE II P CAMP I.O.M”
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: Many Jewish refugees fleeing Austria and Germany were classified as enemy aliens and were interned on the Isle of Man. P Camp, originally named Hutchinson Camp, was composed of 33 houses and was located in Douglas. It is often referred to as “the artist’s camp” because of its abundance of artistic and creative talent and many internees who were in possession of advance degrees in medicine and science. Indeed, many could also speak English.
Adolph Malinow came from Germany and lived with his wife in Whitehaven. However, due to the rampant dear of enemy sabotage, Mr. Malinow was interned in P Camp Hutchinson.
Letter written in German to Mrs. Malinow, was censored in Liverpool.
12 1/2 x 6"
Adolphe Malinow, Isle of Man, P Camp, Hutchinson Camp
"Isle of Man Internment Camp Censored Letter from Adolphe Malinow, House 11, P Camp" (1941). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2019.2.125.