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Schmalz family (Bertha, Wilhelm, Martin and Kathe), following their move to Berlin c. 1927-8; possibly a Jewish festival. In the 1920's the Poles revolted against the Germans, and much antisemitism occurred. The Schmalz's realised that Posen would be ceded back to Germany, and therefore sold their property in Gnesen and moved to Berlin, where Wilhelm opened a shop in Templehof. (see deposit no.1412/122). They arrived in Berlin in the midst of the inflation and their money became worthless. Reverse: P.C. format.
Schmalz family (Bertha, Wilhelm, Martin and Kathe), following their move to Berlin c. 1927-8; possibly a Jewish festival. In the 1920's the Poles revolted against the Germans, and much antisemitism occurred. The Schmalz's realised that Posen would be ceded back to Germany, and therefore sold their property in Gnesen and moved to Berlin, where Wilhelm opened a shop in Templehof. (see deposit no.1412/122). They arrived in Berlin in the midst of the inflation and their money became worthless. Reverse: P.C. format.
c.1927-8
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Title:
Schmalz family (Bertha, Wilhelm, Martin and Kathe), following their move to Berlin c. 1927-8; possibly a Jewish festival. In the 1920's the Poles revolted against the Germans, and much antisemitism occurred. The Schmalz's realised that Posen would be ceded back to Germany, and therefore sold their property in Gnesen and moved to Berlin, where Wilhelm opened a shop in Templehof. (see deposit no.1412/122). They arrived in Berlin in the midst of the inflation and their money became worthless. Reverse: P.C. format.
Date of work:
c.1927-8
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1444/15
Level of description:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7487929
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