Max Israelsohn

Born: Vorden, Germany, 19 October 1901

Occupation in country of origin: Road Workman

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Germany in 1939

Documents

Male enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee  
                          
Surname: Israelsohn
Forename: Max
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 19/10/1901 in Vorden
Nationality: German 
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 711 712 
Home Office ref: C 2103   
Address: Kitchener camp, Richborough, Sandwich, Kent 
Normal occupation: Road Workman
Present occupation: 
Name and address of employer: - 
Decision of tribunal: Exempted "C" & 9a   
Date 13.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes 
Whether desires to be repatriated: No 

Tribunal District: Richborough Camp Tribunal no. 3

Source: National Arrives, Home Office: Aliens Department: Internees Index, 1939-1947.

Editor’s note: We are not allowed to reproduce National Archives (UK) images, but we are permitted to reproduce the material from them, as shown above.

  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Führungszeugnis, Police certificate, 18 February 1939
  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Certificate of war credit, 28 April 1947

Documents submitted by Debbie Poole on behalf of her mother, Suse Anna Israelsohn, for Suse’s father Max Israelsohn.

Letters

  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Camp number 1944, Registration number 711712, Richborough tribunal no. 3, 13 October 1939
  • Max Israelsohn, Pioneer Corps Record Office, Name change, 3 August 1943
  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Defense Medal, 20 February 1947
  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Letter, Nationality Division, Home Office, 25 January 1947

Letters submitted by Debbie Poole on behalf of her mother, Suse Anna Israelsohn, for Suse’s father Max Israelsohn.

Photographs

  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn
  • Kitchener camp, Max Israelsohn, Pioneer Corps

Photographs submitted by Debbie Poole on behalf of her mother, Suse Anna Israelsohn, for Suse’s father Max Israelsohn.