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Jewish Families from Praha-Vinohrady (Königliche Weinberge), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Pavel Freund (1899 - c.1942)
  • Otto Pick (1902 - aft.1944)
    Born 23. 08. 1902 Last residence before deportation: Prague XII Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague XII, Korunní 12 Transport Dh, no. 404 (08. 07. 1943, Prague -> Terezín)...
  • Gertrude Trude Reich (1901 - 1945)
  • Otto Fröhlich (1876 - 1944)
    Residence: Prague-Vinohrady, Bohemia, Czech death:
  • JUDr. Mariana Freudová (1906 - d.)
    Mariana Freudová worked in the Welfare Dep. in the Terezín ghetto. She was deported to Auschwitz, Oederen, and survived. I'd love to know what happened to her after the war! (Anna Hajkova)

This page seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the Vinohrady (Königliche Weinberge) district of Prague in the Czech Republic. Vinohrady (Königliche Weinberge) is nowadays a cadastral district in Prague, but it used to be an independent city. Its name derives from the fact that the area was once covered in vineyards dating from the 14th century. Today, what used to be the city of Vinohrady lies in the municipal and administrative districts of Prague 2 (west part), Prague 3 (north-east part) and Prague 10 (south-east part), little parts also of Prague 1 (Prague State Opera and Federal Assembly of Czechoslovakia) and Prague 4 (near Nusle).