LOT 1821
SOLD €110,00

War pocket book of Jewish Amsterdammer Jacques van de Kar (1917-2008),

of the 18th infantry regiment, of draft 1937 - III - '45, the printed book with name and personal information of Van de Kar filled out by hand, with 56 p. printed text and various unused (folding) forms, such as an "Olografisch testament" and an authentic testament and 4 message cards, 15.5 x 12 cm. (stained and worn due to intensive use).

With (wound around the book) the original neckcord with the two-piece metal soldier's tag of Van de Kar. Extremely original item, due to the person of Jewish Amsterdammer Jacques van de Kar, a hero of the organised Jewish resistance against the nazis, who was eventually forced into hiding in Beekbergen with his wife and thus survived the war. His father David died at Sobibor on 16 July 1943. See very extensively on him: With another 17 items, incl. two similar pocket books of Johannes Hildersom (1918), 2 illustrated design regulations for military weapons (London, 1943), 3 unused recipe books of the Deutsche Krankenkasse für die besetzten niederländischen Gebiete (1941-1942) and 4 unused books of the registry office (total 18).

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