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Labourer from Belgium working in Germany 1942


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Julia D’Hondt, Belgian (forced?) labourer in Germany.
Insurance card and another small insurance document provided by the German mayor of Mindelheim, 18.3.42. Card was used till Jun.42, other document till Sep.42.

She was of Belgian nationality, living in Wevelgem (East-Flandern, Belgium). In 1942 she worked in Germany (Schwaben) in a flax factory (Joh. Mayer). She was during that time living with a German family in Kirchheim.

Weight 0.01 kg


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