65 registration forms of people at the French post office bank during the war 1941-1944. In each of the forms, after filling in the personal details of the card holder, the following was handwritten: "I the undersigned certify that I am not of the Jewish race".
In Nazi-occupied France, Jews were prohibited from opening an account at the local post office bank. Anyone who opened an account had to declare that they were not Jewish. The forms are dated and were signed during the war. Some were also used after the war, with some having post office stamps from postwar years.
65 printed forms with handwritten completion by a different account holder on each. Very good condition.