Berta Blume Jente Singer-Zinn, הי״ד

Minsk, Russia

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Berta Blume Jente Singer-Zinn (Müller), הי״ד

Hebrew: Berta Blume Jente Singer-Zinn (Müller), הי"ד
Birthplace: Ivano-Frankivsk, Ivano-Frankivs'ka oblast, Ukraine
Death: Died in near Minsk, Belarus
Cause of death: Murdered by the Nazis in a concentration camp in WWII
Place of Burial: near Minsk, Belarus
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Chaim Shulim Müller and Channy Müller
Wife of Emanuel (Mendel) Zinn and Friedl Singer, הי״ד
Mother of Leon Heinrich Zinn and Willy Zinn
Sister of Samuel Miller; Rosa Rosen; Dvora Komornik; Pnina Seidman (Miller) םנינה זיידמן and Pinchas Miller

Occupation: Married to Dr. Singer circa 1922
Managed by: Private User
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About Berta Blume Jente Singer-Zinn, הי״ד

Berta married Emmanuel Zinn in Stanislawow, then part of the Austrian Empire, where their son Leon was born. They then (1918-1921?) they settled in Vienna. Their second son Willy was raised there too (birth place Vienna? Sranislav?). After the death of Mr. Zinn, Berta married Friedl Singer, an "oberbaurat engineer" in Vienna. Sometime after the Anschluss of Austria by Nazi Germany in 1938, Mr. Singer and Berta's property was confiscated, and with other Viennese Jews were imprisoned by the Austrian Nazi Regime and sent to Dachau, a Nazi German concentration camp near Munich, in Bavaria, Southern Germany.

Records show that Berta was deported to a death camp outside Minsk in 1942 by herself and not with “Friedl” who most probably perished earlier. Berta was killed and cremated in the death camp.

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Berta Blume Jente Singer-Zinn, הי״ד's Timeline

Ivano-Frankivsk, Ivano-Frankivs'ka oblast, Ukraine
April 9, 1912
Age 18
Stanislav, (then Austrian-Hungary Empire), Ukraine
Age 48
near Minsk, Belarus
Stanislav, Austro Hungarian Empire, Poland at the time
Stanislav, (then Austria-Hungary Empire), Ukraine
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
near Minsk, Belarus