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N033972 POLISH LABOR CARD for BOARDING SCHOOL WORKER (1943).
Interesting workers card from Bialystok, Poland of the Greater Reich, belonging to a middle-age woman employed as at a boarding school (was probably her own school until the occupation). Bialystock was a large city in Poland, north-east of Warsaw and not far from the Russia border, so this woman would have first had her school invaded by the Russian's in 1939, then the German's in 1941. Card is stamped by the Reichs office commissioner on April 9th, 1943...AND April 15, 1945- !! --which is quite amazing in itself, because the Russian's had taken Bialystok by the summer of 1944. The NKVD must of simply kept using the old German stamps (which was fairly common back then).
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