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Jews in Frýdek-Místek Region

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  • Oskar Neumann (1870 - 1951)
    Oskar NEUMANN: b. 12 Oct 1870, Friedek-Mistek - d. 23 Oct 1951, Wien Architect. Information from various sources including the following: Architekturzentrum Wien Persönliche Daten 12.10...
  • Lali (Maria-Theresia) Praxmarer - von Smolenski (1898 - 1948)
    Became shareholder of her father's firm: ANNO, Neue Freie Presse, 1921-05-03, Seite 11
  • Franz Richard Lonna (Löwy) (1874 - d.)
    cf. mainly family sources plus various Internet sources: FRANZ LÖWY LONNA was born on 9 July 1874, in Wien, to Moritz LÖWY and Bertha LÖWY LONNA [née GERSTL]. Basic birth data from IKG-Wien archive...
  • Ignatz Huppert (1878 - 1942)
    Testimony: Ignats Yitzkhak Huppert was born in Raskovce, Czechoslovakia in 1878 to Hermann and Fanny. He was a soda factory owner and married to Henrieta nee Hupert. Prior to WWII he lived in Lisko...
  • Wolf Holzer (1883 - 1944)

This project is dedicated to the Jewish families who lived in Frýdek (Friedek) in Silesia and Místek (Mistek) in Moravia, Czech Republic.

These two towns were merged in 1943, however, the Jewish Religious Association (Israelitischer Kultusverein) founded in 1863 with the seat in Friedek included Jews both from Friedek and Mistek, just as Jewish Religious Community (Israelitische Kultusgemeinde) Friedek-Mistek founded in 1893.

Territory of the Jewish Congregation Frýdek-Místek


Archival sources


  • BARÁNEK, Daniel. Židé na Frýdecku a Místecku. Praha, 2015. link