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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Seven of German Labour Books

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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Seven of German Labour Books

(Arbeitsbücher). A group of seven Labour Books, one issued to Josef Kaczorek (b. 7 August 1902) on 12 July 1940 in Königshütte, one issued to Alois Blonsnit (b. 14 March 1906) on 5 July 1940 in Königshütte, one issued to nPeterka Franziska (b. 6 August 1897) on 2 June 1939 in Vienna, one issued to Marina Heinrich (b. 26 December 1885) on 22 July 1939 in Vienna, one issued to Raimund Walzl (b. 15 August 1905) on 29 January 1942 in Pettau (Ptuj), one issued to Emma Niemietz (b. 14 May 1921) on 19 January 1937 in Güstrow, and one issued to Stanislaw Drygalak (b. 23 January 1914) on 8 January 1941 in Sosnowitz, each measuring approximately 10.5 cm (w) x 14.8 cm (h), and range in condition from good to very fine.
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