Vypovězení Kiwe Chaima Mardera z Rakouska

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Polskému generálnímu konzulátu ve Vídni.

Věc: Kiwe Chaim Marder, nar. 24. VIII. 1910, Kaminka, Polsko, bytem byl II. Grosse Schiffgasse č. 21.

Odsun z Rakouska.

S odvoláním na dopis z 29. III. 1938, č. 5371/38/1, mám tu čest oznámit, že Kiwe Chaim Marder byl dne 24. března 1938 z ohledu veřejného pořádku a bezpečnosti odsunut z Rakouska a 29. března 1938 u obce Unter Retzbach vyhoštěn ze země.

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