Max Metzger – Docs

Max Metzger – born in Frankfurt, Germany, on 27 April 1917

Profession in country of origin: Gardener

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Germany in 1939

Max Metzger - KZ Dachau card - listing name, prisoner number, and date of release
Max Metzger – KZ Dachau card – listing name, prisoner number, and date of release
Document reproduced here with the kind permission of the Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library - Germans living outside Germany on 25 November 1941 were made stateless
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library – Germans living outside Germany on 25 November 1941 were made stateless, Dated 20 August 1948
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, "Lager (camp) in England" from 13 July 1939 to 18 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, “Lager (camp) in England” from 13 July 1939 to 18 December 1939, Dated 1 October 1952
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, 9 November 1938 to 12 April 1939, Allied High Commission for Germany, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, 9 November 1938 to 12 April 1939, Allied High Commission for Germany, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, 17 January 1955
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Finding form
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Finding form
9 February 1955
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Finding form
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Finding form
9 February 1955
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KZ Dachau - Record card, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KZ Dachau – Record card, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, Released 12 April 1939, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, Released 12 April 1939, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Dated 16 March 1955
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Munich 1958, Charlotte Metzger, deregistration took place on 3 March 1943, with an unknown destination
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library, Munich 1958, Charlotte Metzger, deregistration took place on 3 March 1943, with an unknown destination, Dated 12 May 1958
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, 10 November 1938, Allied High Commission for Germany, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, KL Dachau, 10 November 1938, Allied High Commission for Germany, ITS Documents from the Wiener Library
Dated 23 June 1955
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)

Male enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee   
                                         
Surname: Metzger
Forename: Max
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 27/04/1917 in Frankfurt 
Nationality: German 
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 712 106
Home Office ref: C 951 
Address: Kitchener camp, Richborough, Sandwich, Kent 
Normal occupation: Gardener
Present occupation: 
Name and address of employer: - 
Decision of tribunal: Exempted "C" & 9a
Date 16.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes 
Whether desires to be repatriated: No 

Tribunal District: Richborough Camp Tribunal 7
Signature of Tribunal (?) Sudgen

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, Richborough, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Part II, 18 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Part II, 18 December 1939
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Part VI, 18 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Part VI, 18 December 1939
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Military History Sheet, 18 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form E531, Military History Sheet, 18 December 1939
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, Industry Group and Occuptional Classification, Vegetable and flower gardener, 69 Coy, AMPC, 5 March 1941
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Industry Group and Occuptional Classification, Vegetable and flower gardener, 69 Coy, AMPC, 5 March 1941
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form A 2012, Enlistment form - "either of whose parents was not at birth a British subject", 3 December 1939
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps Army Form A 2012, Enlistment form – “either of whose parents was not at birth a British subject”, 3 December 1939
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, 69 Company, Not willing to be employed overseas, "In the event of my capture I might be treated by the enemy as a traitor, and/or my relatives resident in enemy or enemy occupied territory might be subject to enemy reprisals, 14 August 1941
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, 69 Company, Not willing to be employed overseas, “In the event of my capture I might be treated by the enemy as a traitor, and/or my relatives resident in enemy or enemy occupied territory might be subject to enemy reprisals, 14 August 1941
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Application upheld, 19 August 1941
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Application upheld, 19 August 1941
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B200B, NRIC, DIRE/10/190, Enlisted at Richborough, End of service 19 January 1946, Discharged 10 February 1954
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B200B, NRIC, DIRE/10/190, Enlisted at Richborough, End of service 19 January 1946, Discharged 10 February 1954
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B200B, NRIC, DIRE/10/190, Enlisted at Richborough, End of service 19 January 1946, Discharged 10 February 1954 (bottom of previous page)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B200B, NRIC, DIRE/10/190, Enlisted at Richborough, End of service 19 January 1946, Discharged 10 February 1954 (bottom of previous page)
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Military History Sheet (cont.d), 1939/45 Star, France and Germany Star
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Military History Sheet (cont.d), 1939/45 Star, France and Germany Star
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B103-I, Service and Casualty Form, AMPC, 1 February 1946
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Army Form B103-I, Service and Casualty Form, AMPC, 1 February 1946
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, AMPC forms, 69 Coy, British Expeditionary Force to France, Changed Army number and name on 28 June 1943, Standard trade test as an electrician - passed
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, AMPC forms, 69 Coy, British Expeditionary Force to France, Changed Army number and name on 28 June 1943, Standard trade test as an electrician – passed
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, Service and Casualty Form, Part II, Class A release to Royal Army Reserve
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Service and Casualty Form, Part II, Class A release to Royal Army Reserve
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Army Form B102 - Strength on transfer, Class A release
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Army Form B102 – Strength on transfer, Class A release
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Army Form B102 - Pioneer Corps, 69 Company, 137 Company, 114 Company, Class A release, reverse
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Army Form B102 – Pioneer Corps, 69 Company, 137 Company, 114 Company, Class A release, reverse
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Discharge of Aliens: ID certificate, Appendix C, Address - Austrian Centre, Association of Austrians in Great Britain, 126 Westbourne Terrace, London W2, Police registration in London, 19 January 1946
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Discharge of Aliens: ID certificate, Appendix C, Address – Austrian Centre, Association of Austrians in Great Britain, 126 Westbourne Terrace, London W2, Police registration in London, 19 January 1946
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)
Kitchener camp, Richborough, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Notification of impending release, 114 Company, "Has been employed as interpreter (German) in this Company and has proved of inestimable value. Is willing & reliable", 16 January 1946
Kitchener camp, Max Metzger, Pioneer Corps, Notification of impending release, 114 Company, “Has been employed as interpreter (German) in this Company and has proved of inestimable value. Is willing & reliable”, 16 January 1946
Submitted by Mark Proctor for his grandfather Max Metzger (Butcher)