Identification certificate : Paper : printed, handwritten : Ink : off-white, black, purple, red ; Ht: 24,4 cm x W: 7,5 cm
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December 01, 1926
1 page. One-sided official document issued by the Minister of Justice. On the t.l. is a purple fiscal stamp of 3 Francs. The document states the french nationality of Ida Wolnowicz. Narrative: Ida Wolnowicz was born in Paris on 1925-04-20. She was the daughter of Szypa Wolnowicz, born 1894-10-03 in Warsaw (Poland) and Rojza Goldmann born 1892-09-20 in Kaluszyn (Poland). Ida's parents and her brother Lejb Nuta Wolnowicz were arrested in Paris on 1942-07-16 and sent to Drancy internment camp (France). They were deported to Auschwitz on 1942-07-22 where they were killed. Ida Wolnowicz survived the Holocaust and came back to Paris where she married Uszer Kaszemacher and adopted his son Jacques Kaszemacher.
335 pages, paper bound book; beige cover and interior. Interior pages consist of text. Narrative: Revue internationale des sociétés secrètes (International Journal of Secret Societies [RISS]) was a French journal founded and directed by Mgr. Jouin in 1912. The magazine was Catholic tradionalist published by the Free-Catholic League. It was anti-Masonic and anti-Jewish, and was devoted to denouncing plots developed by secret societies, so-called Judeo-occultists. Publication of the magazine stopped in 1939.
271 pages, soft cover, paper and string bound, mustard-coloured cover. Spine has book information printed on it in 5 sections - author, title, price and editor information, back cover has a list of other publictions by the editor. Interior pages are beige and contain text.