The War Years: Berlin, between 1940-1945
Documents related to the Loewenstein's life in Berlin during World War II. File includes a letter to Dr. Max Loewenstein from the Reich Association of Jews in Germany, letter from the Wittenauer Sanatorium admitting Max Loewenstein, visitors pass for Marie Loewenstein to Wittenauer Sanatorium, eviction notices for Max and Marie Lowenstein from the Jewish Cultural Association of Berlin, letter to Marie Loewenstein postponing the eviction order, letter from Wittenauer Sanatorium discharging Max Loewenstein, Max Loewenstein's registration with the police, receipts used by Marie Loewenstein to verify residence in a Jewish home, two copies of Marie Loewenstein's birth and baptism certificate, two copies of Max and Marie Loewenstein's marriage certificate, Marie's parent's marriage certificate, an anonymous poem shared by Berlin Jews, Marie Loewenstein's working papers, two household ID booklets, and four ration books belonging to Karin Steinberg and Marie Loewenstein.
- between 1940-1945
1 items : file folder
Scope and Contents
From the Series: Documents and digital images from the Loewenstein's life in Berlin during World War II. Significant documents include deportation notices, birth and marriage certificates to prove Marie Loewenstein was not Jewish, ration and ID cards used to aquire food and clothing during the war.
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