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Erna Sara Landshut (Alexander)

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Birthplace: Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Nowe Miasto County, Warminsko-Mazurskie, Poland
Death: Died in Netanya, Israel
Place of Burial: Kadima, Tzoran-Kadima, Israel
Immediate Family:

Wife of Alfred Abraham, Israel Landshut
Mother of Eva Field
Sister of Hulda Landshut; Max Alexander; Paul Alexander; Georg Alexander; Frieda Blumental and 2 others

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About Erna Sara Landshut (Alexander)

Erna Sara Landshut nee Alexander, born 30 Oct 1887 in Neumark, Prussia. She was a homemaker. Erna, with her husband Alfred (Israel or Abraham Landshut) and his sister Selma fled on the "Ma'apilim" ship called Pentcho in 18.05.1940 from Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. The ship contained 509 people and designated to Netanya, Palestine. The ship got into some rocks near an isolated volcano island named Kamila Nisi (Chamili Nisida), Greece. After 10 days on the island, in 18-19.10.1940 Nisi they taken by the Italian Navy to arrest at Rhodes, Greece. Alfred died in Rhodes because of hunger in 1941, while the two sisters in law interned to Ferramonti Di Trezia Internment Camp in Italy, in January or March 1941. In June 1944 the "Pentcho group" released and left from Trento, Italy, on the ship Stefan Batory to Alexandria, Egypt, and from there to Palestina. Sources: ushmm.org; Neumark - Westpreussen und die Familie Landshut, Landshut, Siegfried, lbi.org, maapilim.cdtechweb.com.

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Erna Sara Landshut's Timeline

1887
October 30, 1887
Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Nowe Miasto County, Warminsko-Mazurskie, Poland
1922
1922
Age 34
Chernyakhovsk, Chernyakhovsky District, Kaliningradskaya oblast, Russian Federation
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Netanya, Israel
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Tzoran-Kadima, Israel