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Collection RC0619 - Hilde Löw Notebook

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Hilde Löw Notebook

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RC0619

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  • 1931-1936 (Creation)

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1 notebook of stamps

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Löw, Hilde ([19--?]-)

Biographical history

The Bund der Deutschen in Böhmen (the League of Germans in Bohemia) was a daughter organization of the Deutscher Schulverien (German School Association) in the Czech region of Böhmen. The purpose of the Bund was to increase the awareness and use of German literature and language in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Founded in 1880, the organization was closely associated with the Nazi party in the 1930s, but after the incorporation of Austria into Germany in 1938, the organization ceased to exist. The organization issued stamps with no official postal value that could be added to letters.

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This notebook, the property of Hilde Löw, contains stamps of the Bund der Deutschen in Böhmen. Many pages also have postcards (pasted in) and patriotic sentiments written by her acquaintances (Emma Glatz, Camilla Wolf, Berta Hoffman, Lisette Rahn, and others).

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The notebook was acquired in the 1970s, provenance unknown.

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RC0619

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