Olga Brandmann (Thorsch)
|Birthplace:||Uherský Brod, Zlin Region, Czech Republic|
|Death:||Died in Poland|
|Cause of death:||Shoah|
|Managed by:||Daniela Antoinette Torsh|
About Olga Brandmann (Thorsch)
Olga together with her husband Max son Egon and daughter in law Hanna was commanded to be at a local Krakow railway station with a small suitcase on 31 January 1941. The family were never seen or heard of again.
Olga THORSCH and her older brother Friedrich Martin THORSCH were both born in Uhersky Brod because their father Jakub THORSCH worked there. He was a qualified chemical engineer who most likely worked on the Estate. He later managed the sugar beet factory in Tovacov. Olga's younger brother was Pavel THORSCH born Brno 1902 and registered in Boskovice.
Olga Brandmann's Timeline
December 13, 1892
Uherský Brod, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
August 25, 1918
Olomouc, Olomouc, Czech Republic