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Buchenwald .50 RM Serial # 01008 Concentration Camp Note

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Original price $595.00
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Current price $495.00

Title: Authentic Buchenwald 0.50 RM Serial # 01008 Concentration Camp Note – A Haunting Piece of History

Description:

This is a powerful piece of World War II history. This Buchenwald 0.50 Reichsmark (RM) Concentration Camp Note, bearing the serial number 01008, is an emblem of human resilience and indomitable spirit. Measuring 3" x 4", this piece of history was part of the complex, inhumane economy that existed within the walls of one of the most notorious concentration camps.

It shows signs of age and use with slight wear and some holes, adding to its story and authenticity. The paper is original, as verified by its lack of fluorescence under UV light. It's an artifact that truly captures the grim reality of a time that should never be forgotten.

Product Details:

  • Item: Buchenwald 0.50 RM Serial # 01008 Concentration Camp Note
  • Condition: Shows signs of wear and has some holes
  • Dimensions: 3"x4"
  • Paper: Non-fluorescent under UV light
  • Authenticity: Original issue from the Buchenwald concentration camp

Brief History:

Buchenwald Concentration Camp, located near Weimar, Germany, was one of the largest concentration camps established by the Nazi regime. It was in operation from July 1937 to April 1945. These camp notes were part of the forced labor system, a cruel and unforgiving part of life in the camp, where prisoners were "paid" for their work with such notes, only to be used within the camp's canteen.

This poignant artifact is a grim reminder of the unspeakable horrors suffered by millions of innocent people. It serves as a silent witness to the inhumanity of the Holocaust, a testament to the survival and resilience of those who endured. This piece of history invites us to reflect, remember, and ensure that such atrocities are never repeated.

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