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Jewish families from Hluboš (Hlubosch), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Adele Löwy (c.1880 - d.)
  • Valeria Lowey (1912 - c.1942)
    Valeria Pik or Pick was born in Most in 1912. She was married to Walter Loewy and was the mother of Hans Loewy. She is found on Yad Vashem as #1742676. Deported from Hlubos. Page of Testimony by he...
  • Walter Lowey (1908 - c.1942)
    Found on Yad Vashem as #1742720. Deported from Hlubos. Died in Auschwitz. Murdered by the Nazis. Born in Bruex-Most. Father Julius. Mother not reported. Page of Testimony submitted by his friend ...
  • Hans Lowey (1934 - c.1942)
    Hans Lowey was born in Bruex=Most in 1934. He was a student. Deported from Hlubos to Auschwitz. Found on Yad Vashem as #1742670. No death date given. Page of Testimony by his friend Erich Pick in 1...
  • Julius Löwy (1876 - c.1944)
    Found on Yad Vashem as #1196453. Married to Adele Kratochvil. Born in Bruex in 1876. Deported from Hluboš. He was a merchant. Page of Testimony by his friend Erich Pick. No death date given.

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Hluboš (Hlubosch), Příbram District, Czech Republic and some surrounding villages.

Hluboš is a village and municipality in Příbram District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

Pribram (before 1880); Druhlice, Novy Knin (German: Neu-Knin), Hlubos, Trhove Dusniky (form. Nemecke Dusniky, German: Deutsch-Duschnik), Hrimezdice (German: Wermeritz), 14 km and 5-12 km away, used the DOBRIS cemetery. Source: The International Jewish Cemetery Project.

Yad Vashem records five individuals residing in Hluboš who perished in the Holocaust. They were members of the Lowey family.