Most CM/1 forms were filled out for individuals or smaller families. However, some forms provide the names of entire large families. For example, the 11-member Jewish-Polish Apfelbaum family filled out a provisional CM/1 form in November 1947 to apply for emigration support. The family planned to emigrate to Palestine or Canada because it did not want to return to Poland “on account of the persecution of Jews there” (188.8.131.52/78882855/ITS Digital Archive, Arolsen Archives, translation of the German original). Oskar Apfelbaum listed 10 people in his CM/1 application: his wife and their two children, Betty and Eliaza; his three younger brothers; two sisters-in-law; and two nephews. On other CM/1 forms, even grandparents are mentioned.