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First World War internee Paul David Hartog in front of an internment chalet, Douglas Camp, Isle of Man

Date(s): ?1918

Scope & Content: The chalet plaque reads: '3650 P.D.Hartog, 3839 W.Koltzow, 4718 C.T.Wenk.' In addition the glass plate is marked 'Hartog'. This corresponds to 3650 Paul David Harlog [sic - possible transcription error] in the Douglas Camp Daybook. Red Cross number: 39560. Next of kin: Erna Hartog, Frau Hermine Ullman, Bamberg i/Bayern, Hainstrasse18. Arrived Knockaloe 31 July 15. Aged 22 in 1915. (Douglas Camp Daybook confirms transfer from Knockaloe to Douglas). From a Jewish family history website: Born Berlin 15 June 1893. Wife: Erna Hartog. Son Gert Bruno Hartog born 1924. Paul David Hartog was deported from Berlin to the east 19 Feb 1943. He was murdered in Auschwitz prior to January 1945.

Language: eng

Extent: overall: 16 cm x 12 cm

Physical description: Black & white glass half-plate negative

Item name: photograph

Collection: Photographic Archive

Level: ITEM

ID number: PG/7870/38981


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