Martin Gellert – Letters

Martin Gellert – born in Dresden, Germany, 1st June 1913

Profession in country of origin: Locksmith

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Germany in 1939

Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter 2 November 1943, Pioneer Corps, Change of name dated 19 October 1943
Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter 2 November 1943, Pioneer Corps, Change of name dated 19 October 1943
Submitted by the Gellert/Gibbons family for Martin Gellert
Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter, REME and RAVC Record office, Exemplary conduct, 5 June 1957
Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter, REME and RAVC Record office, Exemplary conduct, 5 June 1957
Submitted by the Gellert/Gibbons family for Martin Gellert
Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter, RMEM and RAVC Recprd Office, Gibbons, Change of name approval request, Refugee from Nazi oppression, Compensation claim, 20 January 1958
Kitchener camp, Martin Gellert, Letter, REME and RAVC Record Office, Gibbons, Change of name approval request, Refugee from Nazi oppression, Compensation claim, 20 January 1958
Submitted by the Gellert/Gibbons family for Martin Gellert