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According to information from relatives in Amsterdam: the businessman Stern from Mühlhausen in Thuringia David Kaufmann from Kirchhain near Marburg have died after their return home from Buchenwald concentration camp.

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The Pogrom in Frankfort [Frankfurt am Main] Appalling Conditions in Concentration Camp The Jews in Frankfort and the surrounding country have suffered just as severely from the pogrom of November 10th as the Jews in other parts of Germany, and the methods of the excesses show a common official instigation.…

B.203

My experiences in Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar until September 1938 I must first of all explain that this deals with facts that hundreds more have seen and experienced as well as me. I was taken from my flat at half past 6 one morning by three Stapo-Beamten [Staatspolizei-Beamten; state…

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20th December 1938 Note on the Situation of Jews in Germany From reliable information it is evident that scarcely a fraction of what is really happening in Germany since the pogrom wave of November 10th has become known abroad, despite the accurate and detailed reports in the English and American press.…

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13th January 1939According to information from a completely reliable source the following have died in Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen respectively: Businessman Arnold Wollberg from Berlin, 72 years old, information provided by his wife, Ilonka Wollberg from Berlin; Businessman Alfred Schönberg, from Berlin,…

B.206

12th January 1939According to the Basel Nationalzeitung [National Newspaper], no. 13 of 9th January, page 4, the well-known actor Paul Morgan has died in Buchenwald concentration camp, where he was taken in March 1938. Morgan was born on 1 October 1886 in Vienna.The Pariser Tageszeitung [Paris Daily…

B.207

In the second half of December 1938 or the beginning of January 1939 Ernst Feist from Berlin died after his release from the Buchenwald concentration camp as a result of frostbite to both forearms.

B.208

The married couple S. are in a particularly bad and life-threatening situation, living in one of the smaller provincial towns. Herr S. is the joint owner of an ironmongery and coal firm.Herr S. was in the concentration camp, however has been released. The couple has been evicted and must leave the flat…

B.209

I was not put into a camp either in the März- [March] or the November-Aktion [November operation] in Vienna. In November, when I became aware of the events, I went to clarify some of the questions related to my emigration and to speed matters up at the relevant office, and from there not home but to…

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Addendum to the report about the circumstances of the Wiener Israelitisch Kultusgemeinde [Vienna Jewish community] at the end of December 1938 The figures given in the previous report about the extent of emigration were generally confirmed with minor variations by the reporter. According to his account,…