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Aurelia HABERFELD (1896 - 1941)

She lived in Straznice Moravia and married Siegfried there. They ran a shop in Zistersdorf in Austria which she bought in 1930 and he also had farmland. They had no children. Aurelia also had the surna...

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Siegfried Winter (1879 - 1941)

Siegfried had a twin sister known as Irma when she was born. She changed her name to Irene and she is buried in the Vienna Jewish cemetery as Irene SCHINDEL. She married Salomon SCHINDEL in Straznice i...

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Jozefa MUTL (1915 - d.)

She studied to become a doctor at the university in Brno but joined up to the Czech Army before she completed her studies. She enlisted in the army in the medical/nursing side of things and that's how ...

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Rachel Jaiteles (1845 - d.)

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Cäcilie Cilly Kohn (1849 - 1896)

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Isidor Winter (1839 - 1923)

He lived in Straznice from 1874. He died in house number 495 whcih is the house he owned and lived in. His wife Rosa also died in same house. His death record in HBMA 1961 says he died of "marasmus sen...

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Netti / Jindřiška Slánský (1883 - 1942)

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Richard Slánský (1904 - d.)

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Anna Slánský (deceased)

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Eliška Körperová (1915 - c.1975)

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Gisela Friedová (1888 - 1942)

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Mořic Fried (1882 - 1944)

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Paula Rebenwurzel (1873 - 1943)

married Sigmund REBENWURZEL in Holic on 12 March 1895. He was son of Samuel and Henny? SIEBENSCHEIN from Straznice. She had 7 children. Transported to Auschwitz with two of her younger children Grete a...

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Vilém Kraus (1886 - 1943)

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Edita Antošová (1927 - 1965)

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Oswald Kraus (1887 - c.1943)

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Margita Kárná (1923 - 1998)

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Miroslav Kárný (1919 - 2001)

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Zdeněk Kárný (1924 - 1944)

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Viktor Kárný (1886 - 1944)

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Hanus Rebenwurzel (1902 - 1948)

Post war he was the Acting Chief Rabbi of the Prague Jewish community. His daughter Daniela was born in Prague 1947. On a plane trip to Palestine to hold discussions about the Maccabiah Games he and tw...

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Meijer Salomon Cantor (c.1742 - 1826)

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Hans Walter Pollak (1896 - 1916)

Official card notifying his death from Lieutenant Friederich Rush on 12 October 1916 said he died at midday the day before and it was instant. He was with the Heavy Artillery Battery number 1. No locat...

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Vítězslav / Siegfried Slánský (1873 - 1942)

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Josef Slánský (1899 - 1942)

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Rudolf Slánský (1901 - 1952)

Communist. Politician. Jew.

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Šimon Slánský (1870 - 1943)

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Matilde Epsteinová (1864 - 1942)

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Gompertz Gomprich Levij Levison Segal Teplitz (deceased)

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Frieda Ledererova (b. - 1946)

Born Bedriska KOHN. According to Adriana SKALOVA Frieda spoke better German than Czech. Frieda was hit by a car and killed after the war. Krc in Praha 6 is where she went to live in an old age home and...

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Růžena Roubíčková (1871 - c.1944)

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Mořic Roubíček (1871 - 1942)

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Ruzena Rosa Winter (b. - 1943)

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Greta Rebenwurzel (1905 - c.1943)

Transported from Uh Brod in January 1943 first to Terezin and two days later to Oswiecim where she was murdered aged 37 years old.

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Franziska Löbl (1823 - 1913)

Franziska lived in Udlice in Bohemia with her husband Juda whom she married in 1845. Her mother Eva LOEWY came from Horenc and her father Samuel from Udlice. Juda came from Tuermaul which is near the G...

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Joseph Cohen Coenraad Khonraad (c.1778 - 1829)

Bruidegom: Joseph Cohen Khonraad Geboorteplaats: Trebitsch (Moravie) Leeftijd: 35 Beroep: Negociant(handelaar) Vader bruidegom: Cohen Khonraad Herchman Moeder bruidegom: Sara Joseph Bruid: Esther Calma...

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Josef Schulhof (1855 - 1936)

Wedding record 11.11.1884 (Prague)

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Enoch Pollak (b. - 1800)

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Elias Pollak (c.1787 - 1833)

Elias was a kosher butcher in Morina. He died 1833 and had sons Hermann b 1815, Jakob b 1819, Abraham 1821. He married Sara NEUMAN from Morina

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Amalia Pollak (deceased)

See "Media" for image sources.

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Irma Pollak (1888 - c.1960)

Tomi says that Irma was short and zart. She had red blonde hair. My mother Mimi told me Irma painted and was artistic. Anita says that Hubl was deported after the war. He protected Irma and Ulli during...

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Victor Pollak (1889 - 1944)

His neice my mothers cousin Hanka wiener adored her uncle Victor. He used to take her and Mum skiing. The water was so cold in the basin it froze but he was such a sportsman he just cracked the ice and...

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Juda Löbl (deceased)

ViewMate assistance: Juda Löbl Sohn des Jakob Löbl familiant und Hausirer in Türmaul No 38; Hft/Gft: Rothenhaus, [saazer?] Kreis" Juda lived at Türmaul/Drmaly near Cho...

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Arnošt Kolman (1892 - 1979)

Famous Czech-Soviet Marxist.

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Emma Tschiassni (1862 - 1942)

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MUDr Otto Šťastný (1891 - 1968)

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Josefa Arnsteinová (deceased)

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Josef Arnstein (1862 - 1919)

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Wilhelmine Pollak (1865 - 1935)

Married Jakub in Usti nad Labem 1887 and lived at Celetna 553 / 2 until 1899. Their three children Irma, Viktor and Hans Walter were all born there. Jakub and Wilhelmine established their first busines...

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Regina Weil (1869 - 1942)

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Dr Lilly Pokorná (1894 - d.)

Lilly Pokorna war seit März 1942 die Leitende Röntgenologin in Theresienstadt, sie begann allein, später arbeiteten neben ihr weitere neun Radiologen.

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Hedvika "Heda" Margolius Kovaly MP (1919 - 2010)

She was born Heda Bloch[1] to Jewish parents in Prague, Czechoslovakia, where she lived until 1941 when her family was rounded up along with first 5,000 of the city's Jewish population and taken to t...

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Pavlina Munk (1859 - 1921)

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Eduard Munk (1856 - 1913)

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Žofie Pejšová (1913 - d.)

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Anna Langerová (1898 - 1943)

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Karel Langer (1886 - 1943)

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Josef Eckstein (1886 - 1944)

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Richard Feder (1875 - c.1970)

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Kurt Epstein (1904 - 1975)

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Juda Sachsel (1841 - d.)

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Josefa Rabinková (1882 - 1942)

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Franci Epstein (1920 - 1989)

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Julie Kolmanová (1865 - d.)

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Markus Meir Kulka (1829 - 1889)

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Kamila Radoková (1877 - 1944)

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Viktor Radok (1886 - c.1945)

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Eliška Kleinová (1912 - 1999)

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Gideon Klein (1919 - 1945)

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Irma Zedníková (1916 - d.)

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Hugo Radok (1877 - 1942)

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Valerie Valy Eisenschimmel / Eisenschiml (1888 - 1944)

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Rudolf Eisenschimmel / Eisenschiml (1883 - 1944)

PLZEŇ 1553 O 1911-1949 (i v letech 1911-1924 pro každý rok) 13/277

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František Frank Eisenschimmel / Eisenschiml (1916 - 1944)

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Jenny Fürnberg (1875 - 1945)

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Ota Kraus (1909 - c.2001)

Political prisoner, after the war co-author (with Erich Kulka) of The Death Factory, publicist.

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Jakob Michalovský (1865 - 1944)

Kantor of Holešov.

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Lia Naschová (1942 - 1944)

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Esther Hoffe (1906 - 2007)

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Otto Hoffe (deceased)

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Josephine Schönová (1912 - 1943)

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Otto Mandler (1925 - 1943)

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Theodor Bohdan Mandler (1888 - 1943)

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Isack Pollak (1816 - c.1883)

Isak POLLAK was a travelling Hebrew teacher who had many children- Marie b 1845 , Wolf Adolf b 1848 , Sofie, Emilie, Anna, Theresia, Eleanore, Lotti and in 1861 my great grandfather the youngest of all...

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Jakub POLLAK (1861 - 1942)

According to Hanna WIENER his granddaughter Jakub loved Schweinbraten so it seems he was not very religious even though his father was a Rabbi and Hebrew teacher!. He founded Firma Vigo the family busi...

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JUDr. Eduard Lederer (1859 - 1944)

Well known Czech-Jewish writer, known by his pen name Leda. He was transported to concentration camp Terezin from Prague on transport AAn on 6 June 1942, 955 people were on the transport and only 45 su...

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Milena Deimlová (1932 - 1944)

Milena was born on Dec. 9, 1932, in Strakonice, Czech Republic to Rodolf and Margareta Korbel Deiml. On Nov. 26, 1942, she was transported on Transport Cd from Klatovy to Terezin, as prisoner no. 580. ...

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Karla Preiss (1862 - 1942)

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Berta Baecková (1887 - 1944)

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Kurt Immerglück (1923 - 1945)

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Anna Immerglücková (1888 - 1944)

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Arnošt Immerglück (1883 - c.1944)

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Pauline Zeisel (1865 - 1942)

Mentioned as Dr. Wachtel's sister (staying in Theresienstadt) in his death certificate.

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Berta Fischer (1878 - d.)

Berta and Jakub were married in Bystřice on Aug. 30, 1908, by Rabbi Dr. Otakar Kraus . Witnesses were the couple's fathers. Marriage record in badatelna.cz, Benešov Bk 47, Image 229. ~jb ...

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Jan Fischer MP

Jan Fischer (* 2. ledna 1951 Praha) je český statistik a politik, od 8. května 2009 do července 2010 předseda tzv. úřednické vlády a nes...

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Otto Fischer (1909 - 1975)

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Irma Taussig (1894 - c.1942)

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Erich Taussig (1921 - 1984)

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Hella Troller (1925 - d.)

Survived deportation to Izbica

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Alexandr Munk (1914 - 1942)

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