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B.101

In Dortmund at night Jews were often forced to throw their furniture out of the window and then in nightclothes carry the broken items upstairs again themselves. The Gemeindehaus [community house] was totally ruined, all the files of the Winterhilfe [Winter Relief] destroyed, about RM. 1,000.- stolen.…

B.102

London, 6th December 1938 Report Veteran Prokurist [company secretary] Winkler of the well-known ladies' wear shop Brill, [Vienna] II., Taborstraße was particularly cruelly treated during his imprisonment which lasted a number of hours. Both of his feet were broken and he is in hospital. Weiger, former…

B.103

Dear Hans,Only through Robert J. did I learn that you were at Walter's, because I did not set eyes on your visiting card in the whirlwind of my move. I also owe a letter to dear Annie who will certainly worry as long as she has no news. The relocation of my parents and Emil claimed all our time and nerves,…

B.104

I wish to describe the following recent events in Germany which I myself experienced on the night of 9th to 10th November. At around midnight my telephone rang, a gentleman from K. announced himself and begged me to take him in as something terrible had happened, and asked whether he could come at once.…

B.105

A Swiss report about a journey to Germany from November 1938 When somebody goes on a journey...., then it is generally expected that one only has something pleasant to relate. In my case it is sadly the opposite since I had to decide on going to Germany in response to an SOS call from my relatives there.So…

B.106

“...Whilst I am still waiting for a decision from Australia – as no rejection has arrived until now, a certain hope of a positive decision still persists – the situation here has intensified.My children, a girl of not yet ten and a half years of age and a boy of not quite nine, constitute a matter of…

B.107

“...With the polite request, to allow the two boys mentioned below to come here from Germany. They are both children of my niece. Their father does not earn a penny and the family must shortly vacate their home. It is important for them first and foremost to bring the two boys to safety and for them…

B.108

“...I hereby ask you to be so good as to ensure that six-year-old Anna X., resident of Cologne, can come to Holland. I am also sending this request to you in the name of her parents. The parents have three children under the age of twelve and inform us that they must vacate their home and seek accommodation…

B.109

“...As the mother of a ten-year-old boy and a six-year-old girl I find it difficult to ask you today to consider my children for residence in your country. My husband is ill and during the recent events in Germany my husband’s sewing machine was thrown from the window on the second floor and all the…

B.110

Metz, 20th November 1938Dear Herr X., I am writing to you in the name of your cousin. She asks me to inform you that all her furniture has been destroyed. I myself travel there often and can only confirm it. Would it not be possible for you to obtain an Aufenthaltsgenehmigung [residence permit] in Holland…