Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
This Polish postcard marks the one year anniversary of the liberation of Dachau. The postcard includes an image of a nude person holding their arms up in celebration in front of a large “P” sign with “Przetrwaliśmy!” (translation: we survived!) at the bottom of the image and “Dachau \ 29.4.1945 – 29.4.1946” at the top. The reverse side is blank.
Letter sent from a concentration camp from Stefan Jagielski on Auschwitz-issued stationary. Also, a previous owner partially cut around the preprinted camp rules block, but it remains partially connected. The letter is dated 10.8.1941, handwritten in German, and addressed to an unidentified woman and acknowledges receipt of a letter and money from her. Jagielski assures the recipient that he is healthy, and asks her to write with news about (his? her?) father and brother.