Max Loewenstein's Report to the Police, 1942 May 14
Dr. Max Loewenstein's registration with the Polizeipräsident, police registration office, Berlin, Germany, after his discharge from Wittenauer Sanitarium. The front of the form has been filled out by hand by Max and includes his current and former addresses, full name, occupation, birth date and place, religion, and address. Dr. Max Loewenstein and an official have signed this form. Three official stamps are on the front of this form; a circle with the Nazi eagle surrounded by German words about the Berlin police station, a square with the address of the police station and the date the form was accepted, and an illegible phrase in German. The back of this form is an excerpt of the Imperial Regulations.
- 1942 May 14
- Prussia (Germany). Polizeipräsident in Berlin (Organization)
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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.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Good 21 x 30 centimeters
Donated by Henry Lowenstein.
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