Hermann Renkazischock – Letters

Hermann Renkazischock – born in Munich, Germany: 15th July 1907

Profession in country of origin: Furrier

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Germany in 1939

Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 28 June 1939
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 28 June 1939

[Editor’s note: All translations kindly provided by the family, following each image. They would welcome any further suggestions to these from German speakers]

28 June 1939 

From Herman in Sandwich, Kent, to Lina in Munich

My Linerel [the diminutive he often used for her]! Hold your head up. I will be in London tomorrow Do what you can [must?]
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 30 June 1939
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 30 June 1939
30 June 1939 

From Herman in London to Lina in Munich

Childcare found Send Bernhard [Herman’s brother] 4 photos, doctor certificate and birth certificate per child. - Hermann
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 12 July 1939
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, 12 July 1939
12 July 1939 

London, to Lina in Munich

Permit already filed. Decision due soon faellic domelpis 

[Editor’s note: Family are struggling for a translation of the last two words and would welcome any input. The first might be a transliteration from the spoken sound of ‘Fällig‘ / ‘due’?]

Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, Summer 1939
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Telegramm, Summer 1939
28 (?) July 1939 

Hermann in London to Lina in Munich 

Today confirmed by Bloomsbury telegraphic confirmation

Submitted by Esther Ellen Weiner for her father Hermann Renkazischock

Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, 28 February 1939, Permit to Leave Camp, 29 December 1939, For good, Home Office number 711807
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, 28 February 1939, Permit to Leave Camp, 29 December 1939, For good, Home Office number 711807
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Post Office Telegram envelope, Hut 29
Kitchener camp, Hermann Renkazischock, Post Office Telegram envelope, Hut 29

Materials kindly submitted by Esther Ellen Weiner for her father Hermann Renkazischock