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#352215 10/11/2021 10:34 PM
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I am in the process of of finishing my research into the SS complex at Dachau. Quite some time ago a member posted pages from a period publication regarding the work being done in the camp.
I'm hoping that perhaps someone can remember who posted it, or if anyone knows the whereabouts of the book now.
I have attached one of the images that were posted at the time.
My thanks for any help that you may be able to provide
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Deke,,,welcome to the forum...

Is the writing done in ink? by hand? Are they photos on a page? or are they actual real photos?

i used to have a ton a Dachau related stuff includung a jacket/pants combo... What are you actually looking for now about it...... ,G.

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Thank you Gaspare,
It would appear that the photographs are "tipped into" or glued into the book, to use a publishing term. The descriptions appear to hand lettered so perhaps this book was a one-off, although I seem to remember a printed front cover. The book was posted so long ago I can't recall the exact details. I am hoping to find the original owner who posted the pages on the forum or alternatively, the present owner. The book may contain information useful for my research.
Incidentally, the original posting of the book doesn't show up via the search function.
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I have a letter from one of the polish workers at Dachau to his wife complete with all official stamps. Can that help your work?

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Thank you Jim.
That's very kind of you and it could indeed be helpful. What date is the letter?

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There are several documents. The letter itself was written on Sept 9, 1940. The envelope is stamped I believe the envelope is stamped Sept 10 The Einlieferungsschein appears to be also dated the 10th. A second letter is dated June 22, 1944. These are all from a Polish worker who worked at the camp and the letters are to his wife.

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I also have Lodz Ghetto's coins, originals and paper money but they are for the Lodz ghetto. Contact me at jtwallace@sbcglobal.net


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