Szmuel Szlezinger and Ester nee Szperling

 

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Ludwig Layzer Szczekacz

A Telephone call from Australia to Californiaswept Jane and me into a research in the Czech Republic. Several families appeared for a moment and then disappeared during the Holocaust. Very few suvivors, many Yad Vashem testimony pages and research in the Czech Republic declared Jane, Dov Kuflik, his sister, Idit, and the five grandchildren of Josef Arieli, my self included, are 3rd cousins. Jane, Dov and his sister, Idit, are 2nd cousins.

Dawid Borejdo Sznajderman

The following story is about Dawid Sznajderman, the son of Abram Moshe Sznajderman and Ajdla Koenigsberg, who survived the tumultuous time of WWII.

Dawid Borejdo Sznajderman

 

 

Marek Kaluzynski

Marek Kaluzynski was son of my great grandfather, Abram Kaluzynski, and his second wife, Chaja Dzialoszynska.

Marek Kaluzynski

Marek’s mother, Chaja, died around 1912 in Czestochowa, leaving his father with five young children;

the youngest, Sara, was two years old. Marek was fourteen years old.

Fela Kaluzynski

Minutes from Fela Kluzynski's Life in Photos

Fela Kaluzynski

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Avraham Szlezinger and Ester nee Szperling

 

 

 

Estera Szperling

Estera Szperling was born in Klobucko, Poland in 1899. During the war she was in Malines, Belgium. Deported with Transport IV from Malines,Caserne Dossin,Camp,Belgium to Auschwitz Birkenau,Camp on 18/08/1942. Estera was murdered in the Shoah. This information is based on a Deportation list found in List of the Jews deported from Belgium - Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistence at Mechelen / Malines.

 

 

Source:

List of the Jews deported from Belgium - Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistence at Mechelen / Malines (Yad Vashem)

Last Name:

Szperling

First Name:

Estera

Gender (according to given name):

Female

Date of Birth:

12/09/1899

Place of Birth:

Klobucko, Poland     

Citizenship:

Stateless

Place during the war:

Belgium    

Place during the war:

Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium  

Deportation:

Deportation from Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium to Auschwitz, Camp on 18/08/194

Origin of Deportation:

Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium

Destination of Deportation:

Auschwitz, Camp  

Date of deportation:

18/08/1942

Details of transport:

Transport IV from Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium to Auschwitz Birkenau, Camp on 18/08/1942

Prisoner Nr. in Transport:

109

Type of material:

Deportation list

Item ID:

7861754 


 

Leontine Sophie Szlezyngier (1927-1942)

Leontine Szlezyngier was born in Bruxelles, Belgium in 1927. During the war was in Malines, Belgium. Deported with Transport IV from Malines,Caserne Dossin,Camp,Belgium to Auschwitz Birkenau,Camp on 18/08/1942. Leontine was murdered in the Shoah. This information is based on a Deportation list found in List of the Jews deported from Belgium - Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistence at Mechelen / Malines.

 

Sophie Szlezynger

 

 

 

Source:

List of the Jews deported from Belgium - Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistence at Mechelen / Malines

Last Name:

Szlezyngier

First Name:

Leontine

First Name:

Sophie

Date of Birth:

10/07/1927

Place of Birth:

Bruxelles, Brabant, Belgium   

Citizenship:

Stateless

Place during the war:

Belgium  

Place during the war:

Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium  

Deportation:

Deportation from Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium to Auschwitz, Camp on ב 18/08/194

Destination of Deportation:

Auschwitz, Camp  

Date of deportation:

18/08/1942

Details of transport:

Transport IV from Malines, Caserne Dossin, Camp, Belgium to Auschwitz Birkenau, Camp on 18/08/1942

Prisoner Nr. in Transport:

108

Type of material:

Deportation list

Item ID:

7861658 

Avraham Szlezynger

Avraham Szlezynger

 

 

 

 

 



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