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The only other time there is colour in his work is in a portrait of four Sobibor prisoners that was drawn on a piece of pink paper. The notes he made in pencil on the back of his sketches are in Polish. The only information we have is about the death of Joseph Richter: he joined the partisans and he was probably killed during a skirmish.After the war his drawings were found on a farm in Chelm, near Sobibor. Uhrusk".(original 12x17 cm; Ghetto Fighters' House Museum) On the back of this drawing is written in pencil in Polish: "Jews waiting for the train from Chelm; Ukrainians and SS have brought them from the camp to collect packages".(original 12,5x30,5 cm Ghetto Fighters' House Museum) On the back of this drawing is written in pencil in Polish: "On the way to Sobibor.Below, past the track is the place where the dead bodies are burned".(original 21x29,5 cm Ghetto Fighters' House Museum) On the back of this drawing is written in pencil in Polish: "Camp Sobibor. A high fence of intertwined dry branches hides the gas chambers from view. Eighteen pencil drawings from 1943 are the silent witnesses to the outrages that were perpetrated in and around Sobibor.A man named Joseph Richter recorded transports and prisoners on snippets of paper or torn off pieces of newspaper.
As a beginning artist Max van Dam placed his talent in the service of the socialist ideals and in 1934 he designed a poster for large-scale regional demonstrations that the SDAP organized against all forms of dictatorship.Richter usually signed the sketches with his initials and the year.