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(1/10) Because of the tweet of @ferstl_roman about Ingeborg Wolfová I wanted to know the fate of all the other children. Sadly enough it's unbelievably tragic.😢 This picture shows the class of 1940/1941 on Federal Jewish Reform Grammar School in Brno.
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(1/n) Joseph and Eva, 2 young and innocent children. Eva, was born 28-01-1932 (10yr). They were the children of Lena nee Klisser, born 18-04-1912 and Mozes, born 05-05-1910. They lived together with Lena's mother, grandmother of Joseph and Eva, Sophia Klisser, born 12-09-1891 ⬇️
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22 November 1866, #Czech Jew Emanuel Kahn was born in #Skalsko. He lived in #Prague. He was deported to #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 20 July 1942 and to #Treblinka on 22 October 1942 together with his wife Pavla Kahnová (*1875). They were murdered by #Nazis. #WeRemember
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21 November 1929, #Czech Jewish girl Věra Tanzerová was born in #Prague to Anna (*1905) and Josef (*1897). She was deported to #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 2 July 1942 and to #Maly_Trostenets on 14 July 1942 together with her parents. They were murdered by #Nazis. 💔🕯️ #WeRemember
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(1/n) Kurt was the son of Berthold (Barukh), born 14-05-1884 and Kathe nee Berlin, born 09-10-1894. Berthold died on 25-07-1938 in a prison in Berlin.😢 Kurt was deported to Auschwitz on 12-01-1942, his mother on 29-11-1942. ⬇️
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(1/n) David Jacob, or Dete as his friends called him, was the son of Sim (Simon), born 21-03-1897 and Rebecca nee Winnik, born 05-09-1895. David had a little sister. Rachel Simona, born 16-05-1937. Just 5 years.💔 The picture of David was a section of this Class photo... ⬇️
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(1/n) Lovely little fellow. 2 years.💔 Just look at him! His blond hair would make him the perfect Aryan according to Nazi 'standards'. But, because he was Jewish, he was murdered...😢 His father was Levie, born 26-09-1912 and his mother Fela nee Bildner, born 30-12-1906. ⬇️
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Francis Isidore Lucien is the son of Diane nee Biquard, born 08-08-1902 and Georges, born 26-05-1890. They lived in Nice, France. The 3 of them were deported on 20-11-1943. Francis, we will remember you and your mum and dad.😢💔🕯️✡️ His sister Claude survived.🕯️♥️🕯️
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20 November 1861, #German Jewish woman Eugenie Sternová (nèe Broch) was born in #Vienna. She lived in #Prague from 1903. A widow. She was imprisoned in #Theresienstadt Ghetto on 22 December 1942 and murdered there by #Nazis on 31 December 1942. She was 81! 💔🕯 #WeRemember
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19 November 1920, #Czech Jewish young lady Hana Lichtensternová from #Prague was born. She was deported to #Litzmannstadt Ghetto on 31 October 1941. With Hana were deported propably her parents Elsa (*1884) and Artur (*1879). They were murdered by #Nazis. 💔🕯 #WeRemember
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(1/n) Thomas or Tommy and Jan Peter, 2 lovely boys, just 7 and 10 years 'old'.💔 They were the sons of Karl Heinz, born 27-01-1906 in Düsseldorf and Henriette nee de Leeuw, born 01-10-1909 in Amsterdam. Karl Pfeffer was a lawyer and solicitor. They lived in Düsseldorf Germany. ⬇️
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(1/n) On this transport was Mathilda Nelly de Vries, called Tilly, born 01-10-1913. She was the daughter of Michael, born 06-07-1879 and Helena nee Lansberg, born 12-05-1886. Her parents lived in the Hague. Michael had a clothing store in the Hague called "Au Bon Marché" ⬇️
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(1/n) Markéta was a well known writer, editor and translator. She has been married twice. From her first marriage, with Oskar Straschnow (📷2), born 12-06-1875, she had a son Kurt who survived. Her second marriage was with Karl Reiner (📷3), born 23-01-1897. ⬇️
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Hana and her sister Eva. 2 lovely innocent children.💔 Eva was born 18-03-1933. They were the daughters of Ludvik, born 21-12-1900 & Emilie, born 15-10-1907. Deported to Theresienstadt on 13-07-1943 and on 28-10-1944, to their death in Auschwitz.😢 Poor beautiful family😢💔🕯️✡️
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(1/n) Sara, just 17, was the daughter of Berka, born 15-06-1886 and Golda nee Galperaite, born 20-04-1896. Sara had 2 younger siblings: > Monique, born 26-09-1927 (14) > Zerman, born 23-03-1926 (16) They were all, parents and children, born in Žasliai. ⬇️
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18 November 1906, #Czech Jewish woman Alice Bergsteinová (nèe Tochová) was born in #Prague. She was deported to #Litzmannstadt Ghetto on 26 October 1941 together with her husband Felix Bergstein (*1904). They were murdered by #Nazis. 💔🕯 #WeRemember
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17 November 1900, #Czech Jewish woman Bedřiška Herrmannová (nèe Grünhutová) from #Prostějov was born. She was deported from #Olomouc to #Theresienstadt on 30 June 1942 and to #Auschwitz on 26 October 1942 together with her husband Otto (*1889). They were murdered by #Nazis. 💔🕯
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(1/n) Poor Sara and Bennie, as he was called. A proud mother with her little baby boy.💔 Sara Vischschoonmaker nee Nebig, a seamstress, was born 05-12-1921 and was married to Samuel, a tailor, born 08-01-1921. The family lived in Amsterdam. ⬇️
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Charles was the son of Bajla nee Olszycka, born 17-11-1905. He had 2 sisters: > Rywka 📷2, 28-08-1927 (Poland) > Elisa 📷3, 09-06-1931 (France) They were arrested during the Vel d'Hiv roundup and deported to Drancy. From there deported to Auschwitz on 14-08-1942.😢💔🕯️✡️
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