THERESIENSTADT (Concentration Camp Mail) (B.118)
by Dieter A. Bahner. History of the WWII concentration camp at Theresienstadt (Terezin), in theory the showcase transit camp where Red Cross officials were allowed to see part (but not all) of life for Czech Jews under the III Reich. The book includes postal history and arrangements for mail, official mail cards, official notices, and set of three "stamps", and the souvenir sheet produced for officials.
In German, 65 pages, published 1981.
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