Inge Rosa Offen

Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, HE, Germany

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Inge Rosa Offen

Birthplace: Wiesbaden, Germany
Death: September 1942 (7)
Auschwitz, Poland (Holocaust)
Place of Burial: Osvětim, Okres Osvětim, Malopolské, Poland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jacob Offen and Annie Offen

Managed by: Ron Volk
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Immediate Family

About Inge Rosa Offen

Inge Rosa OFFEN: b. 1 Feb 1935, Wiesbaden - d. after 7 Sept 1942, Auschwitz, HOLOCAUST

Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs:

Offen, Inge

geboren am 01. Februar 1935 in Wiesbaden / - / Hessen-Nassau

Emigration: Frankreich Monaco

Deportation: ab Drancy 07. September 1942, Auschwitz, Konzentrations- und Vernichtungslager


cf. also:

Other information indicates a 1937 birth year.

Further information ...

It appears that Jacob OFFEN may well have separated for a while from his wife and daughter, perhaps hoping to arrange future plans for the three of them, but he was actually arrested before them somewhere in the north of France (unfortunately not specified on Drancy Shoah Memorial website).

Details of wife's & daughter's deportation and subsequent death courtesy of:

Annie & Inge were in the region of Nice, Côte d'Azur, where they were rounded up in the notorious "Rafles d'août" in August 1942. The arrested Jewish citizens were incarcerated in the Caserne Auvare for a while before being put on a goods train, in locked-up wagons, and transferred to Drancy.

cf. Archives Départémentales des Alpes Maritimes:

OFFEN Anny & Inge: Chambre # 65, Voiture # 4

Also cf. listing thanks to:

Details of further deportation and subsequent death courtesy of:

Mémorial de la Shoah

Features actual list of deportation (shown here under "Media")

Convoi # 29

(pip - June 2021)

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Inge Rosa Offen's Timeline

February 1, 1935
Wiesbaden, Germany
September 1942
Age 7
Auschwitz, Poland
Osvětim, Okres Osvětim, Malopolské, Poland