The money account cards issued in Buchenwald concentration camp sometimes show who transferred the money. This is most often the case with the money account cards of the so-called Pogromhäftlinge, meaning those Jewish men who had been arrested during the November pogroms in 1938. On Albert Waller's card, a prisoner clerk noted in the column next to the date of 29 November 1939 that the money came from Waller's wife, Ida.