Westerbork Concentration Camp
Printed Money,
1944 Issues

     

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German Chancellor:
Adolph
HITLER
30.1.1933 - 30.4.1945


Occupation Commander:
Anton Adriaan
MUSSERT
11.1942 - 5.5.1945


Dutch Camp Commander:
Jacques SCHOL
16.7.1940 - 1.1943

Westerbork Concentration Camp,
1944 Issues

KAMP WESTERBORK
Westerbork Concentration Camp

This camp operated from 1.7.1943 - 12.4.1945 in Westerbork, Holland (Netherlands)

Lager Westerbork Gutschein
Camp Westerbork Vouchers

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P.UNL, SB.1151  10 Cents 2.15.1944
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P.UNL, SB.1152  25 Cent 15.2.1944
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P.UNL, SB.1153  50 Cents 2.15.1944
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P.UNL, SB.1154  100 Cents 2.15.1944
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BACKGROUNDER

Anne Frank was the most famous victim of the Westerbork Concentration Camp. Seeing her image reminds us of the atrocities that took place in this horrific period in world history.

The concentration camp money (scrip) shown above was used by inmates and had no convertibility outside the camp. This had the effect of denying escapees from having any money to spend if they escaped.

Concentration camp money was issued by most camps and more than 100 different issues have been reported, with those of Theriesenstadt and Lodz being the most elaborate and beautiful issues.


LINKS

Children's Holocaust Memorial
 & Paper Clip Project

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