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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 3/19/2008
Family Surname: Moscsisker Zigmund
Country: Poland
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Document 2/5 received from USHM. Need translation and connection to the other 4 documents. Thanks

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3/20/2008 Well, his name was in the death book (Totenkarte) so I think you can assume that he died in Mauthausen but it doesn't give date of death
3/21/2008 Enter your response here and the submitter will be notified automatically. Mauthausen No. 120 103 Polish Jew.
Date of Birth Aug.8/08 B.P.? Krakow Nationality:Polish
KL=Concentration Camp- Mauthausen
Card Index
This seems to be some sort of registration in the Mauthausen files

Hope this helps more!
3/22/2008 Enter your response here and the submitter will be notified automatically.
it looks to me like MOCSIKER, Zygmunt
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oops sorry i hit send too soon..this is a record card
ma.nr. pol jude is his mauthausen number, 120103 for a polish jew.
bd=date of birth Aug 8, 1908 bp=place =Krakau/Krakow
natl/nationality Polish
Haft. pers karte means he has a personal prisoner card
Shreibstubenkarte refers to another list he is on
these indicate there are original files on line, you can look at when at USHMM for the original document; this is like a finding aid. So one list would be the mauthausen list by number 120103, another would be a personal prisoner card which might be an alphabetical list. All these cards should have a red/rot number on the back that helps you find the document.
essentially this is like an old library card file telling you where to find what. You can only access these online files in the USHMM with a special code...it is not allowed to be distributed on the internet per rules developed for acquiring the files.

Having just spent a week there working on the same type of material I can tell you there is a lot there, it might be worth a trip.
Linda Rakoff rakoff125@aol.com
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