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Jewish Families from Bruntál (Freudenthal), Moravia, Czech Republic

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  • Petr Beck (1927 - 2019)
    ===*Příjmení Beck*Jméno Petr*Datum narození 22. 7. 1927*Místo narození Bruntál*Osud Přežil / Survived*Transport AAo, no. 723 (08. 07. 1942, Olomouc -> Terezín)*Transport Ev, no. 672 (28. 10. 1944, Tere...
  • Dr. Paul Hamburger (1879 - 1946)
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  • Otto Hamburger (1871 - 1941)
    Birth record Birth record think this Otto Hamburger is Austrian, not the one that was born in Breslau on 30 Nov 1871 (who went on to death on 4 Dec 1942 in the holocaust). That Otto Zacharias Hamburger...
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    Hermine Gallia (1870 - 1936)
    Birth record family is the subject of Good Living Street: Portrait of a Patron Family, Vienna 1900 by descendant Tim Bonyhady; see at [ ] Leavings of the Jewish Community of Vienna * Last Name Gallia* ...
  • Guido Theodor Hamburger (1874 - 1942)
    Birth record Vienna 1907 Born 17. 03. 1874* Last residence before deportation: Prague I* Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague I, Štupartská 16* Transport E, no. 654 ...

Bruntál is one of the earliest cities founded in Czech lands. The first records documenting the existence of the city date from 1233. It is said that it is a city between the mountains and water.

The cultural importance of Bruntál lies in its possession of a Baroque castle and many historical buildings. Earliest known Jewish community was second half of the 19th century. There were 73 Jews. Unlandmarked cemetery originated end of the 19th century with last known Conservative Jewish burial before 1938.

Bruntál IAJGS Jewish Cemetery Project (Alternate German name: Freudenthal) The town is located in the province of Silesia at 49º59' 17º28', 50 km N of Olomouc. The cemetery is 2 km NE, Polni-Str. Present town population is 5,000-25,000 with than 10 Jews.