Railroad dating tie spikes
This style was marketed as a military hair brush with a sterling silver decorative crest mounted on the handle.
The product was popular in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century.
The numbers may refer to date of manufacture or metal composition.
Object Pair of handmade leather ankle boots with wooden soles made at Mauthausen concentration camp.
The brush was given to the West German ambassador to the United States, Heinz L.
Krekeler, at some point after the war by Major Robert Matteson, the US counterintelligence officer who captured Kaltenbrunner on May 12, 1945.
It eventually had fifty subcamps and a large forced labor force to work the nearby granite quarry.
Object Small oval rock with a painted portrait of a short haired girl created by Miss Relis, possibly a Holocaust survivor, to remember friends who had been killed in the concentration camps established by Germany during the Holocaust.Object Blue and white striped embroidered ribbon, reminiscent of a concentration camp uniform issued in 1995 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau concentration camp by American troops on April 29, 1945.The SS used it as the training center for SS concentration camp guards and it had an active medical experiment program. Nearly 200,000 people were incarcerated at Dachau and nearly 20,000 inmates died there, although the exact number is not known.s Object Scrip, valued at 10 kronen, issued in Theresienstadt (Terezin) ghetto-labor camp in 1943.Object Souvenir ashtray printed with International Military Tribunal available during the war crimes trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1945-46.After the end of the war and the defeat of Nazi Germany on May 7, 1945, Allied occupation authorities convened an International Military Tribunal to seek justice for crimes against humanity, evidenced by the Holocaust, perpetrated by Nazi Germany.