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Miss Agnes Dr. Waldstein

Title: Miss

Epithet: Rushen Camp Internee, Isle of Man (1940 - 1941)

Record type: Second World War Internees

Biography: Internee number 3496.

1 July 1940 arrived at Rushen Camp c/o Bradda Glen, Port Erin. - Date of Birth 3.5.1900 in Halle Saale. - Occupation Art Student. - Address of last residence outside U.K. Essen. - Single. - German Passport 1829 Essen 31.3.1932 deleted. German Passport 1364 London 2.7.37. - Conditoinal landing at Harwich 16.8.33, 2 months. - To Germany 3.8.35. - Returned to U.K. 28.8.35. Landed at Harwich to depart 16.10.35. - To Germany 30.7.36. - Conditional landing Harwich 29.8.36 to depart 16.10.36. - Conditions cancelled 21.10.37. - Exempt Internment until further order & from special restrictions. W. Sussex Tribunal 27.11.39. - Refugee from Nazi oppression. UK address the Rosary, The Heath, Kenninghall, Norfolk.

Police Permit to proceed out of Port Erin Internment Camp for the purpose of proceeding to Douglas to attend at the Court House, at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday 10th June, 1941.[Home Office Advisory Committee](Box IOMC Movement Permits) - 29.8.41 Leaving Isle of Man for 4a, Palatine Road, Withington, Manchester.

A Jew. - "She was the leading member of the sect, Jewish-Christian Brotherhood or something, which tried to get the best of both worlds and celebrate both Christian and Jewish holidays because they said Christianity is only an extension of Judaism." - From an interview Margot Pottlitzer gave and recorded by the Imperial War Museum. Accession No. 003816/05.

Registration number 486995 issued 22.8.33 at Manchester. ENFK 15/7.

Occupation / profession: art student

Nationality: German

Gender: Female

Date of birth: 03 May 1900

Place of birth: Halle Saale


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