Three forged certificates of the Jew Michael Fischer son of Anton Fischer and Maria Unger stating that they were baptized into Christianity and are Catholic, and their son Michael Fischer is Catholic. Munich, 1938 - Nazi stamps and signatures.
The certificates state that according to the records of the community of Abensberg, Michael Fischer is the son of Anton Fischer, a well digger from Abensberg, who was baptized into Christianity on December 17, 1841, and his wife Maria Unger, they are all Catholic. Gestapo stamps from Munich dated May 3, 1938, and hand signature of a police representative . Also appears is the marriage certificate of the Fischer couple, also stating they are Catholic.
These certificates were used by Jews in Munich to evade the Nuremberg Laws which effectively stripped Jews of all civil rights, and later even saved Jews from death by enabling them to flee Nazi Germany before being exposed as Jews. Michael Fischer survived and managed to escape Germany before the outbreak of World War II and immigrated to Eretz Israel.
 forms. Good condition.