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Jewish (Nazi) Questionaire in Occupied Poland 1942


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Very rare four sided jewish document (questionaire) given by the Germans in 1942 to residents of formerly Soviet-occupied Poland intended to identify Jewish professionals apparently with a view to their impending deportation to camps. The document to be completed for the German authorities by health professionals reporting for the first time (Fragebogen zur erstmaligen Meldung der Heilberufe) was filled out by Saul Arno Gruenberg, a dental technician from the town of **Kolomea (Kolomyia Polish) Eastern Galicia. (This document has been fully filled out).

His photograph has been affixed to the document with a Red Star of David stamped on the top centre of the front page. On the inside of the first page it mentions his parents and grandparents by name with the addition 'Jude' and 'Judin'.

This rare historical four sided document measures 8.5 x 12.25ins (22 x 31cm). It is in excellent condition and has been neatly folded in half at some time in the past.

GB Pounds 490.00 + postage.

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**Kolomea is a city located on the Prut river, 65 km from Ivano Frankivsk. The city rests approximately halfway between Lviv and Chernivtsi (Czernowitz), in the centre of the historical region of Pokuttya.

Kolomia, the most developed city in Pokuttya at the time, boasted a large Jewish community, on the eve of the Second World War its numbers reached 18,930 (out of a general population of 42,676).

The following is an excerpt from an internet site 'Jewish Galicia and Bukovina'.

'During the Holocaust all of the Jews of Kolomia and its environs were concentrated in a ghetto comprised of three separate sections. During 1942 these sections were burned and the entire population of the ghetto was destroyed: some were murdered in the city streets, others were taken to the Belzec extermination camp, and the rest were shot in the forest adjoining the village of Sheparivtsy, near the city. Nowadays there are several dozen Jews living in Kolomea, the descendants of the families who settled in the city after its liberation by the Soviet army'.

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