Dr. Marguerite "Grete" Kernegg, Ph.D.

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Dr. Marguerite "Grete" Kernegg (Wolfram), Ph.D.

Birthplace: Vienna, Austria
Death: Died in Sydney, Australia
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Wife of Dr. Hans Kernegg

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About Dr. Marguerite "Grete" Kernegg, Ph.D.

Marguerite Wolfram Kernegg survived the war and was living in Sydney, Australia in 1981 at the time when she filed a yadvashem.org Affidavit of her husband's death at Auschwitz (see the document on Hans Kernegg page under MEDIA.

In the early 1930s, Dr. Grete Kernegg was involved with "The Word of the Woman" (Das Wort der Frau), an "independent Sunday newspaper for the cultural, social and economic interests of women [offering] practical advice for house, home and kitchen, health, socializing, sports and fashion" (see at: http://www.onb.ac.at/ariadne/vfb/03guiwdf.htm)

She and her husband Dr. Hans Kernegg were living in Nice, France at the time of their deportation to Drancy and then to Auschwitz. See The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names at yadvashem.org:

Source Le Memorial de la deportation des juifs de france, Beate et Serge Klarsfeld, Paris 1978

  • Date of Birth 22/12/1890 (Dec. 22, 1890)
  • Place of Birth WIEN,VIENNA,AUSTRIA
  • Place during the war FRANCE [Nice, per her Affidavit re husband Hans]
  • Destination of Deportation AUSCHWITZ,Camp
  • Details of transport Transport from DRANCY Camp to AUSCHWITZ BIRKENAU Camp on 13/04/1944
  • Type of material List of deportation from France
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Dr. Marguerite "Grete" Kernegg, Ph.D.'s Timeline

December 22, 1890
Vienna, Austria
Sydney, Australia