30 March 1933
Acknowledgement of Receipt for a Borrowed Car
On 1 April, the NSDAP declared a nationwide boycott of Jewish offices, law firms, and medical practices. These measures were enacted a few days earlier in Regensburg, and it is likely that the SS wanted to use the car in this period.
Edmund Jacobi Nachfolger, a liqueur company established in 1886, was owned by the Jewish Binswanger family and run by Alfred Binswanger (1860–1933). On the same day he was forced to lend his car to the SS, Alfred Binswanger was arrested together with more than 120 other Jewish businessmen.
Acknowledgement of receipt
I hereby confirm that I have received a car with the license plate II E 4134 on loan from the Regensburg company Edmund Jacobi Nachfolger. The Regensburg auxiliary police will use the car for patrol duty to protect the local Jewry.
Regensburg, 30 March 1933
S.S. Squad Leader