Jewish HOLOCAUST bowl for food from concentration camp AUSCHWITZ
This is very rare item with a huge historical value – bowl for food from concentration camp Auschwitz. The bowl has a German maker marks and a prisoners number xxxxx. Our research gave us a name of owner of this item – xxxxxx Stanislaus, was born 1908-02-05 – please look at here. Now you can find more information about this person. On the last image you can see daily diet of the prisoners (from Mauthausen Museum). In the morning they had a cup of ersatz coffee (substitute coffee) which was made from grains and chicory. At noon, the prisoners were served a large bowl of vegetable soup made from potatoes, turnips, carrots, cabbage or beets. In the evening, the prisoners had a large chunk of heavy whole grain bread with either a tablespoon of jam or a tablespoon of margarine or a couple of slices of sausage.
Estimate price: $350 – $400.