Ignatz Salamon – Docs

Ignatz Salamon – born in Sucha, Poland, on 19 September 1898

Profession in country of origin: Grocer

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Austria in 1939

Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish Consulate, Vienna
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish Consulate, Vienna
16 March 1930
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish Consulate, Vienna
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish Consulate, Vienna
16 March 1930
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, Vienna, 27 April 1938
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, Vienna
27 April 1938
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Vienna police certificate, For US application, 27 December 1938
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Vienna police certificate, For US application, 27 December 1938
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, IKG, Vienna, 28 December 1938
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, IKG, Vienna
28 December 1938
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Certificate, IIsraelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG), Documents required for leaving Austria, 30 December 1938
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Certificate, Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG), Documents required for leaving Austria, 30 December 1938
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Confirmation Certificate, Vienna, 21 February 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Confirmation Certificate, Vienna,
21 February 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Certificate, Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG), Documents for leaving Austria, 12 March 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Certificate, Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG), Documents for leaving Austria, 12 March 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Vienna, 14 March 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Vienna
14 March 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon

Editor’s note: If anyone can offer a translation of the document above, it would be very welcome

Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Overseas Settlement Office, Camp no. 1370, Hut no. 2/I, American Consulate General in London, R H Engel
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Overseas Settlement Office, Camp no. 1370, Hut no. 2/I, American Consulate General in London, R H Engel
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 20 March 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 20 March 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 12 April 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 12 April 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Fremdenpass, Deutsches Reich, Allemagne, No. 5148, 29 April 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Fremdenpass, Deutsches Reich, Allemagne, No. 5148, 29 April 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Fremdenpass, Photo page, Vienna
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Fremdenpass, Photo page, Vienna
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Registered in the toll list No. 45/57, 20 April 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Registered in the toll list No. 45/57, 20 April 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, IKG, 5th May 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Certificate, IKG, 5th May 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 20 May 1938
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, American Consulate General, Vienna, 20 May 1938
Postmark, 18 June 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Sons Walter, Otto, and Sigmund, Certificate, Central Office for Refugees (Domestic Bureau), Husband in Richborough, Instructions R, Paragraph 13, Refugee to be admitted to the United Kingdom on condition that she does not enter any employment other than as a resident in service in a private household, 10 July 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Sons Walter, Otto, and Sigmund, Certificate, Central Office for Refugees (Domestic Bureau), Husband in Richborough, Instructions R, Paragraph 13, Refugee to be admitted to the United Kingdom on condition that she does not enter any employment other than as a resident in service in a private household
10 July 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Departure costs, Vienna, 7 August 1939, no. 65220
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, Departure costs, Vienna, no. 65220
7 August 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Audit certificate, 22 October 1926, Stamped in Sandwich on 24 September 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Audit certificate, 22 October 1926, Stamped in Sandwich on
24 September 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Audit certificate, 22 October 1926, "I certify this to be a true copy of original shown to me. Gilbert Martin [?] of Sandwich, 2(4?) September 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Audit certificate, 22 October 1926, “I certify this to be a true copy of original shown to me. Gilbert Martin [?] of Sandwich
2(4?) September 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Male enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee   
                                         
Surname: Salamon
Forename: Ignatz
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 19/09/1898 in Sucha 
Nationality: Stateless 
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 711 266 
Home Office ref: C 1907     
Address: Kitchener camp, Richborough, Sandwich, Kent 
Normal occupation: Grocer
Present occupation: Camp Police
Name and address of employer: - 
Decision of tribunal: Exempted "C" & 9A
Date 11.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes 
Whether desires to be repatriated: No 

Tribunal District: Richborough Camp Tribunal 6
Signature of Tribunal: Trevor Hunter
Female enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee  
                          
Surname: Salamon
Forename: Frieda
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 16/04/1902 in Sareth, Roumania
Nationality: Stateless
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 720 043 
Home Office ref:   
Address: "Little Roburst (?)", Woodchurch, Nr Ashford, Kent
Normal occupation: Proprietress of General Store
Present occupation: Housemaid
Name and address of employer: Mrs Marchant, "Little Roburst (?)", Woodchurch, Nr Ashford, Kent 
Decision of tribunal: No action recommended 
Date 12.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes [Later crossed out in red]
Whether desires to be repatriated: No

Tribunal District: Canterbury

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 in the two images above

Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Confirmation, Camp no. 1370, Hut 2/I, work as a day guard for 6 1/2 months from 12 may until 27 November 1939, joined Military Pioneer Corps, Works Department
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Confirmation, Camp number 1370, Hut 2/I, work as a day guard for 6 1/2 months from 12 may until 27 November 1939, joined Military Pioneer Corps, Works Department
27 November 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, German Jewish Aid form,  Case no. 19355, Date of arrival in Britain 21.08.1939, Living in Ashford, Kent, Bloomsbury house - luggage - 14 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, German Jewish Aid form, Case no. 1935, Date of arrival in Britain 21.08.1939, Living in Ashford, Kent, Bloomsbury house – luggage
14 December 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon; reproduced here with the kind permission of World Jewish Relief
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, German Jewish Aid form,  Case no. 19355, 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Wife, Frieda Salamon, German Jewish Aid form, Case no. 19355, 15 December 1939

Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon; reproduced here with the kind permission of World Jewish Relief
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Arny Form E 531A, Offer to join the Territorial Army, Kitchener camp, Richborough, 19 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Arny Form E 531A, Offer to join the Territorial Army, Kitchener camp, Richborough
18 December 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Army Form E 531A, Offer to join the Territorial Army, Kitchener camp, Richborough, Captain R J Thompson, 18 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Army Form E 531A, Offer to join the Territorial Army, Kitchener camp, Richborough, Captain R J Thompson
18 December 1939
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Ignatz Salamon, Permission for Leave, 28 March 1942 to 24 April 1942
Ignatz Salamon, Permission for Leave, 28 March 1942 to 24 April 1942
Stamped 2 April 1942
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Wife Frieda and three sons
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Wife Frieda and three sons
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Stamped London, Polish Consulate, 3 September 1942 to 3 September 1943
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Stamped London, Polish Consulate, 3 September 1942 to 3 September 1943
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Stamped London, Polish Consulate, 3 September 1942
Kitchener camp, Ignatz Salamon, Polish passport, Stamped London, Polish Consulate, 3 September 1942
Submitted by the Salamon family for Ignatz Salamon