Lot 1006: [Dachau]



2015-09-16 14:12:00

Lot 1006: [Dachau]: A.L.S., On A Postal Card, Dachau, 20Th November 1938, To Anton Oesterreich, In German. The Card Is Sent By 'Schutzhaftjude' ("Jew Protective Custody") Kurt Oesterreich, Son Of The Correspondent, 'Block 30 - Room 1' In Dachau. The Prisoner Writes To His Father In Vienna And Reports About His Situation, Stating 'Am Fine, You Can Be Sure About This', Further Asking To Receive If Possible A Postal Transfer Of 15 Rm To The Following Concentration Camp Address 'Konzentrationslager, Dachau 3 K, Lock 30, Stube 1', And Precise That It Has To Be Sent To His Name And Birth Date For Identification. Kurt Concludes Saying 'Please Answer To Me By Postcard..' And Sends His Regards To A Woman. To The Verso, The Card Bears Six Printed Rules Conditions Regarding Prisoners Post Mail In The Dachau Concentration Camp, And An Ink Stamp Of Dachau Dated. Some Overall Ae Wear And Creasing. G . The Dachau Concentration Camp Was The First Of The Nazi Concentration Camps Opened In Germany In 1933 By Heinrich Himmler, And Later Commanded By Rudolf Hoess. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £1500-150
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