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Die Geschichten der Bibel

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75115
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
book
Collation
Book : Paper; Cardboard : Printed : Ink : Beige, Black, Yellow, Brown, White, Blue, Green ; Ht: 7,75 in. x W: 5,25 in.
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
book
Collation
Book : Paper; Cardboard : Printed : Ink : Beige, Black, Yellow, Brown, White, Blue, Green ; Ht: 7,75 in. x W: 5,25 in.
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Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
1936
Créateur
-
État
Good
Language
German
Notes
Book, bound with hard cover. On front cover, drawings of scenes from the Old Testament of the Bible. On back cover, map of Ancient Israel. Narrative: The donor, Miriam Grünfeld (Braun) won this book in 1936 as first prize in a poetry contest held by the children's section of a newspaper. She left Germany in a Kindertransport in 1938.
No d'acquisition
2011X.86.02
Vedettes de noms
Braun, Miriam
Access géographique
Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
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Letter : Paper : Typed : Ink : B&W ; Ht: 11 in. x W: 8,5 in.
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Letter : Paper : Typed : Ink : B&W ; Ht: 11 in. x W: 8,5 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
November 18, 1938
État
Good
Language
French
Notes
1 page, single-sided. Letter signed by the head of the secretariat of the Montreal branch of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society. The letter informs members that the National Action League had sent a letter to Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King opposing the opening of Canadian borders to Jews from Central Europe. Letter further summarizes the letter to King, remarking that while it deplores the sad situation for Jews in Europe, if Neville Chamberlain decided to pay for European peace with Czechoslovakia, Canada should not have to pay a part of the price for solving the Jewish problem, for which the Jews are undoubtedly responsible. Narrative: The Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society (Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste) was founded on June 24, 1834 to promote French-Canadian interests, preserve French language and culture, and protect Catholicism. It is still in existence today, though it has shifted to an espousal of the Quebec separatist movement. The National Action League (Ligue D`Action Nationale) was founded as a Catholic, nationalist organization on March 11, 1903. It later shifted to a secular, separatist stance and is still in existence today. In the 1930s, both organizations vehemently opposed Jewish immigration to Quebec.
No d'acquisition
2011X.67.01
Vedettes de noms
Archives nationales du Quebec
Access géographique
Montreal, Canada, North America
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La clé du mystère

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75117
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Booklet : Paper : Printed : Ink : beige, black ; Ht: 17 in. x W: 11,5 in.
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Booklet : Paper : Printed : Ink : beige, black ; Ht: 17 in. x W: 11,5 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
[ca. 1938]
État
Poor
Language
English
French
Notes
32 pages, paper cover. Folded once horizontally. Title on cover in large letters, with an image of a key instead of the word. Price of 5 cents listed at top right corner. Narrative: The Clé du Mystère (Key of the Mystery) was an anonymous pamphlet, distributed in Canada by the Montreal Anti-Communist Committee (Comité Anticommuniste de Montréal). A virulently antisemitic publication based on Medieval superstitions about Jews as bloodthirsty world conspirators, it was distributed first in Switzerland and other parts of Europe, before being printed and distributed in Montreal. The pamphlet presents a collection of quotes and so-called evidence of the presence of a worldwide Jewish conspiracy, with subtitles such as "Communism means Jewish conquest" and “Why the Jews cannot be Canadian”.
No d'acquisition
2011X.41.06
Vedettes de noms
Orenstein, Benjamin
Access géographique
Montreal, Canada, North America
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Identification tag

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75118
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
object
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Identification tag : woven, printed ; Ht: 2,75 in. x W: 6,5 in.
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
object
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Identification tag : woven, printed ; Ht: 2,75 in. x W: 6,5 in.
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Personal Symbol
Dates ultimes
1944-1945
État
fragile
Notes
Rectangular piece of fabric with the number 42451 and a Star of David printed on it. Item was the prisoner identification number of Rosa Pliskin-Sokolinski in Stutthof concentration camp. Narrative: Rosa Pliskin-Sokolinski (nee Klupt) was born in Kovno, Lithuania in 1898. She married Mordechai Pliskin before the war. They had at least 4 children. The family owned a store in Kovno, circa 1925, which remained open until 1941. The family sold manufactured materials for clothing. In 1941 or 1942, Rosa’s grandmother Esther Klupt (née Chanin) was shot in front of the family store with her great-grandson. Esther was 91 years old. Rosa and her relatives were sent to the ghetto. Rosa was then deported to the Stutthof concentration Camp, Poland. She arrived at the camp on July 13,1944. During her internment, Rosa Pliskin kept her clothes and accessories on her body at all times. She concealed two combs, a needle, some thread and fabric patches in a fabric pouch tied around her neck. Rosa considered these items to be very precious, she said they were "like gold to her". Her identification prisoner number at Stutthof camp was 42451. Rosa Pliskin died in 1986 in Tivon, Israel. Rosa’s husband, Mordechai Pliskin perished in Dachau. Four of their children, David, Seil (Saul), Klara and one unknown perished in the Holocaust. David Pliskin, was murdered in the Ninth Forst, a Nazi killing site 4 miles from Kovno.
No d'acquisition
1995.4.01
Vedettes de noms
Dworkind, Cyla
Access géographique
Stutthof , Poland, Europe
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Envelope

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75119
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Envelope : Paper : Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black ; Ht: 4,25 in. x W: 6,75 in.
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
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Envelope : Paper : Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black ; Ht: 4,25 in. x W: 6,75 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
November 24, 1937
État
Good
Language
English
Polish
Notes
1 envelope. 1 side is torn open. On recto, the address of recipient is handwritten. On verso, return address is handwritten on flap. Postage stamps have been removed, and some traces of the paper appear at point of flap. Contained a letter in Yiddish from Fischel (Fiszke) Cüker in Horochów, Poland to Rachel Eisenberg, Esplanade Avenue, Montreal, postmarked November 24, 1937. Letter is accession 2011X.43.08. Narrative: The donor, Rochel (Rochl, Rachel) (Eisenberg) Ravitch was born Rochel Eisen in Horochów, Poland. She immigrated to Montreal with her parents in 1923 and worked in the Jewish Public Library from 1926-1954, where she began to go by Rochel (Rochl) Eisenberg. She was married to the renowned Yiddish poet Melech Ravitz (Zekharye-Khone Bergner), who was instrumental in establishing the Yiddishe folks universitet (YIFO), the education programming at the JPL. The couple left Montreal in 1954.
No d'acquisition
2011X.43.07
Vedettes de noms
Ravitch, Rochel
Access géographique
Horokhiv (Horochów), Ukraine (Poland), Europe
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
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Letter : Paper : Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black, Blue ; Ht: 8,25 in. x W: 5,75 in.
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Letter : Paper : Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black, Blue ; Ht: 8,25 in. x W: 5,75 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
November 24, 1937
État
Good
Language
Yiddish
Notes
1 double page, single-sided. Folded once horizontally and once vertically. Document is a letter from Fischel (Fiszke) Cüker in Horochów, Poland to Rachel Eisenberg, Esplanade Avenue, Montreal, postmarked November 24, 1937. Information about sender and recipient on envelope (accession 2011X.43.07). Letter is written in black ink, with annotations in blue ink on top left corner. The final word of the letter is also in blue ink. Narrative: The donor, Rochel (Rochl, Rachel) (Eisenberg) Ravitch was born Rochel Eisen in Horochów, Poland. She immigrated to Montreal with her parents in 1923 and worked in the Jewish Public Library from 1926-1954, where she began to go by Rochel (Rochl) Eisenberg. She was married to the renowned Yiddish poet Melech Ravitz (Zekharye-Khone Bergner), who was instrumental in establishing the Yiddishe folks universitet (YIFO), the education programming department at the JPL. The couple left Montreal in 1954.
No d'acquisition
2011X.43.08
Vedettes de noms
Ravitch, Rochel
Access géographique
Horokhiv (Horochów), Ukraine (Poland), Europe
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Identification card

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75121
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Identification card : Paper : Printed, Handwritten : Ink : Yellow, Red, Black, White ; Ht: 6,5 in. x W: 4 in.
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
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Identification card : Paper : Printed, Handwritten : Ink : Yellow, Red, Black, White ; Ht: 6,5 in. x W: 4 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
[Prior to 1944]
État
Good
Language
German
Polish
Notes
1 page, double-sided. Document is the first page of identification card issued to Jews in German-occupied Krakow. Document numbered 21889, issued to Ruchel Leie Freylich, née Bácker ?. Small b&w photograph of cardholder affixed at center right of recto with a grommet. Space for 2 fingerprints on left of photo, left blank. Signature directly underneath. On verso, document indicates that she was born on May 23, 1913 and is of Polish nationality. City of birth and occupation are illegible. Cardholder was married. Space for listing children under 14 years old is blank. Narrative: No additional information is known about the holder of this identity card. Krakow was occupied by Germany in the first week of September, 1939. By March 1941, more than 55 000 Jews had been expelled from the city, and the remaining 15 000 to 20 000 Jewish residents were concentrated in the closed ghetto. By the end of 1943, the vast majority of them were murdered: either deported to Bel?ec, dead from starvation or illness, or shot in the ghetto. After Liberation, less than 5 000 Jews resurfaced in Krakow.
No d'acquisition
2011X.104.01
Vedettes de noms
Cummings, Joanna
Access géographique
Krakow, Poland, Europe
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Identification card

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75122
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Identification card : Paper : Printed, Handwritten : Ink : Yellow, Black, Red, White ; Ht: 6,5 in. x W: 4 in.
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Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Identification card : Paper : Printed, Handwritten : Ink : Yellow, Black, Red, White ; Ht: 6,5 in. x W: 4 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
[Prior to 1944]
État
Good
Language
Polish
German
Notes
1 page, double-sided. Document is the first page of identification card issued to Jews in German-occupied Krakow. Document numbered 18173, issued to Hela Friedmann. Small b&w photograph of cardholder affixed at center right of recto with a grommet. Space for 2 fingerprints on left of photo, left blank. Signature directly underneath. On verso, document indicates that she was born on June 19, 1924 and is of Polish nationality. Her profession was Waschflickerin ?, something related to laundering. Cardholder was not married. Space for listing children under 14 years old is blank. Narrative: No additional information is known about the holder of this identity card or what happened to her. Krakow was occupied by Germany in the first week of September, 1939. By March 1941, more than 55 000 Jews had been expelled from the city, and the remaining 15 000 to 20 000 Jewish residents were concentrated in the closed ghetto. By the end of 1943, the vast majority of them were murdered: either deported to Bel?ec, dead from starvation or illness, or shot in the ghetto. After liberation, less than 5 000 Jews resurfaced in Krakow.
No d'acquisition
2011X.104.02
Vedettes de noms
Cummings, Joanna
Access géographique
Krakow, Poland, Europe
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Certificate

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75123
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Certificate : Paper : Printed, Typed, Handwritten : Ink : B&W ; Ht: 29,7 cm x W: 21 cm
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
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textual record
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Certificate : Paper : Printed, Typed, Handwritten : Ink : B&W ; Ht: 29,7 cm x W: 21 cm
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
[Later than 1945]
État
Excellent
Language
French
Notes
1 page, single-sided. Folded 3 times horizontally. Official document from the Belgian Minister of Public Health and Environment, War Victims Administration, attesting that Otto Bondy was interned in Malines (Mechelen) transit camp in Belgium on September 18, 1943 and was deported from Malines on September 20, 1943 as prisoner number 3 on transport 22A. The document states that Otto Bondy did not return. Document refers to file number 00096, code ABSWA1, and 125/CB/PF is typed under the letterhead. Narrative: Otto Bondy was the father of the donor, Walter Absil. He was born in Vienna, Austria on January 27, 1897, and fled to Belgium with his family in 1938, one day after the annexion of Austria by the German Reich. He was deported from the Malines (Melechen) transit camp in Belgium to Auschwitz, Poland in September 1943, where he was murdered.
No d'acquisition
2011X.64.01
Vedettes de noms
Absil, Walter
Access géographique
Brussels, Belgium, Europe
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Medical certificate

https://www.cjhn.ca/fr/permalink/cjhn75124
Collection
Montreal Holocaust Museum
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Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Medical certificate : Paper : Printed, Typed, Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black, Green, Red ; Ht: 8,75 in. x W: 5,5 in.
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Montreal Holocaust Museum
Niveau de description
Item
Genre de document
textual record
Collation
Medical certificate : Paper : Printed, Typed, Handwritten : Ink : Beige, Black, Green, Red ; Ht: 8,75 in. x W: 5,5 in.
Autre information pour le titre
Documentary Artifact
Dates ultimes
May 31, 1939
État
Good
Language
English
French
Notes
1 page, folded three times horizontally. Letterhead of the Medical Service of the Committee for Aid to Jewish Refugees. Two green fiscal stamps affixed vertically to lower left corner of page. Form was printed to issue prescriptions but is being used to provide an attestation of physical and mental health for Walter Bondy. Narrative: Walter Bondy is the birth name of the donor, Walter Absil. He was born in Vienna, Austria on November 26, 1924. He fled to Belgium with his family in 1938 and survived the war in hiding.
No d'acquisition
1990.96.16
Vedettes de noms
Absil, Walter
Access géographique
Brussels, Belgium, Europe
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