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Franz Bass, Dr. (1900 - 1962)

Main information courtesy of a pdf document: Claims Resolution Tribunal, case No. CV96-4849 of 24th. October 2002. Franz (Frantisek) BASS, born 1900 in Prague. Studied medicine and became a gynaecolo...

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Agate Augusta Klempert (Willner) (1904 - 1989)

Yad Vashem Archives (Sächsisches Staatsarchiv Leipzig, Meldekartei SF 6378/0452f.) Agate, born on 07.12.1904 in Kolomea, Galicia, married Gerschon Willner in Leipzig on 4.03.1932 . Shortly aft...

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Boris Barbara Wolf (Klein) (1908 - 1989)

Boriska was like a mother to Vera (Andor's daughter) after she lost her mother in the Holocaust at the age of 6. She saved her during the war when we they were hiding together in Budapest. When Vera ...

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Hugo Bissinger (1891 - 1969)

Imprisoned in Dachau 11/11/1938 to 12/6/1939

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Max Bissinger (1891 - d.)

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Rezso Koltai (c.1910 - c.1981)

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Victor Georg Mahler (1920 - 1996)

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Norman B. Infeld (1926 - 2008)

Norman (Nachman Ber) was the sole survivor of his immediate family, who perished in the Holocaust. Children: Susan, Married Michael Tell. One son, one daughter. Robin, Married Tom Weitz. One so...

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Edward Bonyhady (deceased)

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Fritz ? (deceased)

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Mira ? (deceased)

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Aby Isy Pam (1926 - 2003)

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Mimi Lions (1934 - 2009)

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Wim Meyer (Meijer) (1904 - 1977)

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<private> Heinemann (Simon)

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<private> Gernsheimer (Simon)

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Leo Freund (1894 - 1957)

he saved from Auschwitz gas-chambers because he with 529 comrades being sent to working-camp of Blechhammer,Upper Silesia in July 1944 until February 1945 Russians found them and sent to hospital until...

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Martha Sax (deceased)

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<private> Gilbert (Sax) (deceased)

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Paul Klemens (1925 - 2012)

Emeritus physics professor to be honored with colloquium by Cindy Weiss - October 17, 2005 From Paul Klemens, emeritus professor of physics, celebrated his 80th birthday in May. The celebration will ...

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Franziska von Weber (Neumann) (1910 - 2008)

During the war Franziska lived with her (second) husband Paul in one of the safe houses on Pozsony Street in Budapest. She was fluent in Hungarian. After the war she returned to Vienna. In 1948 Franzis...

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Margarethe Adler (1898 - 1945)

She survived, but tragically died on liberation day, so is actually a victim of the Holocaust. JewishGen Holocaust record Margarethe was sent to Ghetto Lodz (via Prague) with her husband Emil and d...

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Doris Brunn (1929 - 1982)

JewishGen records. Hans, Margerethe and Doris (13 yrs old) were sent to the Lodz Ghetto (via Prague) and shared a flat on Insel Strasse 37 Flat 34 and later on Riemer Gasse 9. She was sent out of t...

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Benjamin Glicenstein (1899 - 1978)

Holocaust survivor. Liberated from: Lazaret Sankt Ottilien / Landsberg (D) Source: List of Jews found at Lazarette at S. Ottilien near Landsberg, Munich, July 11, 1945. Documentation is still req...

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Simcha Bunem שמחה Sheratzky שרצקי (1922 - 2004)

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Shmuel Gogol שמואל גוגול (1924 - 1993)

מתוך ויקיפדיה שמואל גוגול ז"ל ...

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Batya Sheratzky (Makovski) / בתיה שרצקי (1920 - 1965)

Batya and her mother Cypa Makovski were imprisoned in Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWI. Cypa was murdered in the camp, and Batya survived, emigrated to Israel, married Simcha Sheratzky and raise...

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Else Silbermann (1910 - 2001)

Else Kleemann was born in Wuerzburg, German, on 22 Apr, 1910, daughter of Hermann and Therese Englander Kleemann. She married Curt C. (Kurt Leo) Silbermann in 1935, in Wuerzberg and they came together ...

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Curt Charles Silbermann (1908 - 2002)

Curt C. Silberman was a jurist, community leader, and organizer of numerous Jewish organizations and social agencies in Germany and the United States. He devoted his life to fighting for the rights and...

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Ilse Frankenthal (1904 - 1987)

Ilse Hinrichsen was born in Leipzig on 29 Jan, 1904, daughter of CF Peters Music publisher Henri Hinrichsen and Martha Bendix Hinrichsen. She attended the Henriette Goldschmidt school in Leipzig and wa...

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William Philippsborn (1910 - 1992)

Willi Philippsborn was born in Bentschen, Kreis Meseritz (Zbąszyń, Poland) on 18 Jun, 1910, to Max Philippsborn and Recha Deutschkron Philippsborn. He first-married Gerda (Ella/Berta) Loe...

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<private> Snabel (Maas) (1920 - 1976)

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Rosa Regina Glaser (1914 - 2000)

NEDERLANDS: (Source: ) Een talentvolle jonge vrouw uit Brabant, een danseres met dansscholen in ’s Hertogenbosch, Eindhoven, Tilburg, Helmond en Culemborg. Ze danst internationale danswedstr...

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<private> Oestereicher

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Nina Dorothea Friedman (1923 - 2009)

Nina Dorothea Kleinová was born in Prague on 23 Jan, 1923, the only child of Dr. Rudolf Klein and Zděnka Abelesová Klein. She received a thorough education in Prague up to her thir...

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<private> Jäger (Ardel)

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Anna Mann (b. - 1972)

Ulm Gedenkbuch: Dr. Ludwig Mann und seine Frau Anna wurden am 22. Oktober 1940 aus Mannheim in das südfranzösische Lager Gurs deportiert, wo Dr. Mann als Lagerarzt fungierte. Beide Eheleu...

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Joseph Max Eskeles (1879 - d.)

Imprisoned one and a half months in Buchenwald in 1938. Released and came to Palestine in 1940. Emigrated in U.S.A. Died: in New York, USA *not married

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<private> Klaber (1914 - 1994)

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Erna Maas (1902 - 1983)

Erna wurde am 20.7.1902 als erstes Kind von Regina Rosenbaum geboren. Ihre erste Ehe begann sie am 23.04.1934 mit Sally Elkan. Er wurde am 17.09.1900 geboren und ist in einem KZ umgekommen. Sie wohnten...

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William Klaber (1903 - 1993)

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Louise Freund (1870 - c.1948)

same as ?? - transport AAe Praha to Terezin 20.6.1942. born 8.1.1870. liberated Terezin ??

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<private> Hošková (Weissová)

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Alice Herz-Sommer MP (1903 - 2014)

wikipedia - twin sister of Marianne .. Herz-Sommer swam daily until the age of 97. At 104, Herz-Sommer published a bestselling book "A Garden of Eden in Hell" (on Amazon ) recalling the events of the...

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Lili Bochenek (b. - 2003)

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Maria de Diamant (c.1905 - c.1985)

Deported in 1944 to Auschwitz with her husband, Laszlo Diamant, her sister Klari and her parents. Assigned with Klari to a labor camp, Duderstadt; transported in early 1945 to Theresienstadt, weeks bef...

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<private> Spier (Gruber)

Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil

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Victor Saxl (c.1909 - 1968)

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Eva Ruth Saxl (1920 - 2003)

See Eva & Victor's pioneering development of insulin on

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Frank Kussi (1910 - 2010)

Frank was born to a Czech Jewish family in Dresden, studied engineering at the University of Munich (1932) and earned an Ph.D. in electrcial engineering from University of Vienna in 1936. Nov 9, 1938 h...

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Hanna Bloch Kohner (1919 - 1990)

Holocaust survivor Hanna Bloch was a subject of the American television series This Is Your Life on May 27, 1953. Bloch grew up as a child of Jewish parents in Teplitz-Schönau in the Sudentenl...

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Imre Kertész, Nobel Prize in Literature 2002 MP

Berlin, Germany

"Imre Kertész - Biography" . Nobelprize.org. 30 Nov 2011 Imre Kertész . Born: 9 November 1929, Budapest, Hungary. Nobel Prize in Literature 2002, "for writing that upholds the fragile e...

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Hanna Ullmann (1929 - d.)

Source Heinz Keil, Dokumentation über die Verfolgungen der jüdischen Bürger von Ulm

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Gertrude Ullmann (1903 - d.)

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Frieda Feile Silberstein (1873 - c.1944)

Gedenkbuch für die Ulmer Opfer des Holocaust, Seiten 23 und 141. Frieda Silberstein und Ludwig Mann überstanden über vier Jahre des Lager Gurs. Wenige Monate nach der Befreiung...

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Ludwig Mann, Dr.med. (1874 - 1949)

Ulm Gedenkbuch: Dr. Ludwig Mann und seine Frau Anna wurden am 22. Oktober 1940 aus Mannheim in das südfranzösische Lager Gurs deportiert, wo Dr. Mann als Lager- arzt fungierte. Beide Ehel...

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Hermann Thalmessinger (1869 - 1946)

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Sophie von Eiff (1892 - 1958)

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Helene (Cudkowicz) (c.1904 - d.)

Mentioned at Ancestry Com as "Gela Cudkowicz, born 1904. Helene married a Polish gentile (he was a physiotherapist) and was therefore banned by her father. Throughout the Holocaust she lived in Polan...

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Ernst Stein (Mischkowsky) (1900 - 1952)

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Octave Bryk (1894 - 1961)

US Army 1915-1918

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Avraham Kliger (1905 - 1982)

Avraham's first wife Brana and two daughters, Khaia and Zysl, perished in Auschwitz. He remarried, but had no more children. Avraham survived Buchenwald.

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Walter Donat (1917 - 2000)

Holocaust survivor.

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Fritz Georg Hans Ružička (1908 - 1980)

Fritz earned his living as journalist in Vienna and studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar (1928-1930). Even before the war he participated in a couple of Austrian and German films. Escaped to Norway (...

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Andor Klein (1906 - 1982)

Andor was liberated from the Mauthausen concentration camp in May 1945. He came to Israel in 1957, after the Hungarian revolution, with his second wife Teri.

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Giza Gitla Rubinstein (1927 - 1993)

Giza Patt lived with her parents and older siblings in Lodz and later in the Lodz Ghetto. Permanent residence: LODZ, RZGOWSKA 14. Place during the war LODZ,GHETTO,POLAND Street in Ghetto SULZFELD...

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Leon Weissmann (1901 - 1997)

Leon Weissmann survived Auschwitz. He was one of circa 6000 barely living victims found in the camp when it was liberated by the Red Army on January 27th, 1945. He returned to Prague, to his wife Jar...

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Leopold Sax (1923 - 2000)

"Min papa er født i Wienna og kom til Danmark i 1939. Skulle være rejst ud af Danmark og videre til Israel 6 måneder senere. Da Danmark blev besat af tyskerne måtte ingen j&...

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Ruth Mendzigurski (1930 - 1941)

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Martha Michal Mendzigurski (1922 - 2002)

The photo was taken in 1943 in Manchester, England, on the occasion of Trevor Glass' Bar Mitzvah. On Michal's left is Max Glass, father of Trevor. On her right is Cissie Segal. In front of her is Blima...

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Reuven Mendzigurski (1928 - 2002)

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Yankel Mendzigurski (1926 - 2003)

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<private> Lee (Mendzigurski)

Manchester, Greater Manchester, UK

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Eliezer Chil Mendzigurski (1899 - 1966)

The photo was taken in 1943 in Manchester, England, on the occasion of Trevor Glass' Bar Mitzvah

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Margot Gerda C. Baswitz (1906 - 1975)

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<private> Ward (Baswick)

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Betty Czarlinski (1912 - 2005)

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<private> Baswitz (1911 - c.1973)

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Hans Carl Baswitz (1864 - 1944)

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Germaine (Mimi) Baswitz (1903 - 1968)

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Fanny Stern (1881 - 1959)

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Hilde Weiss (1921 - 2009)

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Lotte Buss (1900 - 1952)

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Bernhard Weiss (1880 - 1951)

Bernhard Weiss ) ) Bernhard Weiß (police executive) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bernhard Weiß Born into a prominent, liberal Jewish family, Bernhard Weiss earned a d...

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Conrad Weiss (1888 - 1971)

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Ernestine (Tina) Anne Nathan (1896 - 1985)

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Peter Percy Nathan (1891 - 1986)

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Margarete Hahn (1894 - 1956)

Holocaust survivor of Theresienstadt concentration camp. Gravestone inscription reads: In memory of my beloved husband and father Werner Nathan born 21 March 1886, Berlin died 21 November 1953,...

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(Wolfgang) Werner Nathan (1886 - 1953)

Holocaust survivor of Theresienstadt concentration camp. Gravestone inscription reads: In memory of my beloved husband and father Werner Nathan born 21 Narch 1886, Berlin died 21 November 1953,...

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Max Heinz Nathan (1920 - 1963)

Name: MAX HEINZ NATHAN Home address: BERLIN Date of birth: 5.5.20 Arrival date in Britain: 9th March, 1939 English address: Richborough Camp Profession: Pipe Layer 26th March, 1941 165 Company, Pioneer...

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Peisech Mendzigursky (1898 - 1962)

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Margo Freedman (1925 - 1960)

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<private> Shaw (Mendzigursky)

England

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Johanna Swalef (1912 - 1985)

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Betsy de Hes (1910 - 2001)

arrived 29 April 1946

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Edith Stein (1911 - 1993)

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Lotte Reinhaus (1912 - 1984)

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Felix Klaber (1908 - 1981)

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