Oskar Pressburger

Born: Vienna, Austria, 9 July 1911

Profession in country of origin: Butcher

Arrived in Britain as a refugee in 1939

Documents

Male enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee  
                          
Surname: Pressburger
Forename: Oskar
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 09/07/1911 in Vienna
Nationality: Stateless
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 710 358 
Home Office ref: C 1147    
Address: Kitchener Camp, Richborough, Sandwich, Kent.
Normal occupation: Butcher
Present occupation: -
Decision of tribunal: Exempted "c"
Date 05.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes [Later crossed out by hand]
Whether desires to be repatriated: No 

Richborough Camp Tribunal Nr. 2

[Added later by hand A/2/11  O/C/20]

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.

Photographs

Kitchener camp, Jack Agin, Cook, 1939. Source: Clare Ungerson's Four Thousand men, with the kind permission of the Wiener Library
Kitchener camp, Jack Agin, Cook, 1939. Oskar Pressburger is sitting on the left holding the large wooden paddle with ‘Kosher’ written on it.
Source: Clare Ungerson’s Four Thousand Men, with the kind permission of The Wiener Holocaust Library

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