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Lodz Ghetto גטו לודז

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  • Michal Urbach, Dr (b. - 1942)
    Dr Michal Urbach was head of the hospital, a neurologist, and among the Jews who reached Lodz from Brzeziny a few months earlier. He was the camp pharmacist. His only child, a boy of five had been ta...
  • Laura Freund (1878 - c.1941)
    marriage: Death:
  • Rosa Kahn (1903 - c.1942)
    The life story of Rosa and Fritz Kahn, written by Johannes Grossmann: Rosa Kahn (geborene Buxbaum) * 1903 Loogestieg 17 (Hamburg-Nord, Eppendorf) 1941 Lodz ermordet Weitere Stolpersteine in Loo...
  • Fritz Kahn (1893 - 1942)
    The life story of Fritz and Rosa Kahn, written by Johannes Grossmann: Fritz Kahn * 1893 Loogestieg 17 (Hamburg-Nord, Eppendorf) 1941 Lodz ermordet am 16.11.1942 Weitere Stolpersteine in Loogest...

The Łódź Ghetto (German: Ghetto Litzmannstadt) was the second-largest ghetto (after the Warsaw Ghetto) established for Jews and Roma in German-occupied Poland.

Situated in the town of Łódź and originally intended as a temporary gathering point for Jews, the ghetto was transformed into a major industrial centre, providing much needed supplies for Nazi Germany and especially for the German Army.

Because of its remarkable productivity, the ghetto managed to survive until August 1944, when the remaining population was transported to Auschwitz and Chełmno extermination camp. It was the last ghetto in Poland to be liquidated.



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