Oskar Reininger – Documents

Oskar Reininger – born in Poysdorf, Austria, 3 March 1910

Profession in country of origin: Clerk

Arrived in Britain as a refugee from Austria in 1939

Male enemy alien - Exemption from internment - Refugee   
Surname: Reininger
Forename: Oskar
Alias: - 
Date and place of birth: 03/03/1910 in Poysdorf 
Nationality: German 
Police Regn. Cert. No.: 712 741
Home Office ref: C 3401     
Address: Kitchener camp, Richborough, Sandwich, Kent 
Normal occupation: Clerk
Present occupation: Luggage room at Camp
Name and address of employer: - 
Decision of tribunal: Exempted "c" & 9A
Date 19.10.1939 
Whether exempted from Article 6(A): Yes 
Whether desires to be repatriated: No 

Tribunal District: Richborough Camp Tribunal nr. 1

Source: National Arrives, Home Office: Aliens Department: Internees Index, 1939-1947

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B. Non-transmigrants
Name of ship: Newfoundland
Steamship Line: Furness
Names and descriptions of ALIEN passengers embarked at the port of Liverpool
Date of Departure: 22nd May 1940
Where bound: Halifax, NS and St. John's, Nfl

Contract ticket number: 35857
Port at which passengers have contracted to land: Boston
Names of passengers: Reininger, Oskar
Class: 1st
Ages of passengers - Adults of 12 years and upwards - Not accompanied by husband or wife - Males 30 
Children between 1 and 12: -
Infants: -
Last address in the UK: Kitchener Camp, Richborough, Sandwich
Profession, Occupation, or Calling of passengers: Clerk
Country of last permanent residence: Foreign Countries
Country of Intended Future Residence: USA 
Country of which Citizen or Subject: Germany

Source: National Archives: Passenger Lists leaving UK 1890-1960

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Kitchener camp, Oskar Reininger, Notes
Kitchener camp, Oskar Reininger, Notes
Submitted by Steve Reininger for his father Oskar Reininger