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  • MUDr. Walter Auffärber (1914 - 1944)
    Studied in Brno, graduating from the Medical Faculty on April 14, 1938. Lived in Podivín and during the German occupation in Brno. On May 27, 1942 deported to Theresienstadt, where he became the chief ...
  • Miroslav Elsner (1921 - 1945)
  • Karel Thieben (1918 - c.1944)
    Born 21. 01. 1918* Last residence before deportation: Dolce * Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Přeštice* Transport Cd, no. 41 (26. 11. 1942, Klatovy -> Terezín)* Transport El, no. 173...
  • Hanuš Bišický (1921 - d.)
    Evidence that he was living in Duchov in 1974 where he was placed on the State Police List StB as a person of interest. That listing also had his birth year as 1921.

This (small) project connects the known players in the Aeskulap soccer/football team in the Theresienstadt ghetto. The team represented the staff of Health Services/Gesundheitswesen. Picture on the right is from the archive of the Terezín Memorial.

Players included: Jakob Kelman, born 13.09.1897 in Satoraljaujhely, transport I/94 - number 12672 (19.05.1943 Berlin -> Terezín), transport Ek - number 687 (28.09.1944 Terezín -> Auschwitz), died

MUDr. Valtr (Walter) Auffärber, born 19.08.1914 [not in Brno], transport AAa - number 7 (27.05.1942 Brno -> Terezín), transport Et - number 1202 (23.10.1944 Terezín -> Auschwitz) died, last place before deportation: Brno, registration of Jews in the Protectorate: Brno: 84172, studied medicine in Brno

Singer Bernat, born 14.03.1892 in Hort, transport IV/13-1099 (09.10.1942 Vienna -> Terezín), transport Ek-1044 (28.09.1944 Terezín -> Auschwitz), died