A blue and gray striped jacket from the Flossenbürg concentration camp. The letter "P" on the left front of the jacket indicates that it was worn by a Polish, non-Jewish prisoner. "P" stands for "Pole" in German. The jacket was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by the prisoner who wore it, Julian Noga.
How might uniforms and badges dehumanize individuals?
Learn more about the Flossenbürg camp, where Julian was imprisoned.
How do everyday objects or images enhance our understanding of the events of the Holocaust?
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