Regina (Rosa) Deborah Graf (Freud) (1860 - 1942)

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Nicknames: "Rosa"
Birthplace: Klagsdorf, Freistadt, Maeren
Death: Died in KZ Treblinka, Poland
Cause of death: deported
Managed by: Johannes Rye Røste
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About Regina (Rosa) Deborah Graf (Freud)

Rosa was deported in Theresienstadt on August 28, 1942, at the same time as her three sisters, with whom she was living in a increasingly cramped apartment. According to a witness, during the Nuremberg trial, in October 1942 in the Treblinka concentration camp, the commandant of the camp to whom she introduced herself as Sigmund Freud's sister, examined her identification and "said that there was probably some mistake and showed her the railroad signs, telling her that there would be a train to take her back to Vienna in two hours. She could leave her belongings, go into the showers and, after bathing, her documents and her ticket to Vienna would be ready. Rose naturally went into the showers and never returned" (LeupoldLöwenthal, 1989)


Vorname Rosa

Nachname Graf

Geburtstag 21.03.1860

Geburtsort Wien

Wohnort Wien 9, Seegasse 9

Deportation Wien/Theresienstadt

Deportationsdatum 27.08.1942

Überstellung Theresienstadt/Treblinka

Datum der Überstellung 29.09.1942

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Regina (Rosa) Deborah Graf's Timeline

March 21, 1860
Freistadt, Maeren
May 17, 1896
Age 36
July 13, 1897
Age 37
October 18, 1898
Age 38
September 29, 1942
Age 82
KZ Treblinka, Poland
Perished in the Holocaust