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Lodz Ghetto גטו לודז

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  • Otto Segall (1866 - 1941)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Segall, Otto geboren am 27. Juni 1866 in Taurage (dt. Tauroggen) / Kowno / Russland wohnhaft in Berlin (Friedrichshain) Deportation: ab Berl...
  • Abraham Jonas (1900 - 1942)
  • Ignatz Bienenfeld (1891 - c.1942)
    Birth record: NEUSTUPOV 1359 N 1885-1895 page 11 Born 11. 08. 1891 Last residence before deportation: Prague VIII Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague XIII, Malšs...
  • JUDr. Pavel Feygl (1898 - 1944)
  • JUDr. Kurt Deutsch (1909 - 1981)

The Łódź Ghetto (German: Ghetto Litzmannstadt) was the second-largest ghetto (after the Warsaw Ghetto) established for Jews and Roma in German-occupied Poland.

Situated in the town of Łódź and originally intended as a temporary gathering point for Jews, the ghetto was transformed into a major industrial centre, providing much needed supplies for Nazi Germany and especially for the German Army.

Because of its remarkable productivity, the ghetto managed to survive until August 1944, when the remaining population was transported to Auschwitz and Chełmno extermination camp. It was the last ghetto in Poland to be liquidated.



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