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Article about: Hi all, It's a very nice forum here, I've never been an active member, but I must admit this forum is one of the best! So I thought it was time to show a bit of my own collection. I'm 19 yea

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    Default Hinter Stacheldraht

    Hi all,
    It's a very nice forum here, I've never been an active member, but I must admit this forum is one of the best!
    So I thought it was time to show a bit of my own collection. I'm 19 years old, Dutch and my main goal is kriegsgefangenen (stalag/oflag) and concentration camp related items. The rest of my collection consists of Canadian, British and Commonwealth, German, Dutch pre 1940, Dutch collaboration and pretty much everything else I like.

    Pill box and doctors receipt from the Dutch camp "Polizeiliches Judendurchgangslager Westerbork":



    Personalkarte for Polish forced labourer:




    I hope you'll like it!
    More to come later!

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    Interesting collection. It will be good to see your other items.

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    Interesting..

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Grouping from a Bomb-aimer, JWS Blakey, in Stalag Luft III (yes.., the one from the great escape) I know he also was in Stalag 357 Fallingbostel.
    This was his bomber; ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945 BOMBER COMMAND (CH 9138) Picture made the day before it crashed.











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    A stamping card from the Austrian transit camp Durchgangslager Strasshof. This Dulag existed from mid 1944 untill april 1945, and was used for Hungarian Jews. In Octobre 1944 a lot of Jews (numbers are not clear, 20 000 -35 000) had to walk the 200 kilometers from Budapest to the camp. Many died as a result of the bad weather, no good clothing and disease (no medical supplies). A lot were forced to work in the area of Wien. People were also transported to Auschwitz and Mauthausen..


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    Looks like you have some pretty good stuff! timothy

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    Thanks!
    Letter from a Polish prisoner, KZ Auschwitz:



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    Well done and thanks for showing! I'd like to add that the paper next to the pillbox isn't a receipt, it's an unused Medical Prescription Form from the camp doctor's office...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thanks Glenn!
    Yes, medical prescription form is the right translation, in Dutch it's recept and in German Rezept, so that must have confused me! Thanks for correcting!

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    Drawing, made by a prisoner while in the SD prison in Scheveningen (nicknamed the Oranje hotel, because of all the "good people" and resistance men imprisoned)
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