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Hanna Feitsma was born in on 3 August 1907. She was a nurse. During the war she was deported from to ghetto. From there on 12 October 1944 she was deported to . She did not survive the war.
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3 August 1918 | Czech Jewish woman Eva-Marie Japkeová was born in Prague. She was deported to from Ghetto on 16 October 1944. She did not survive.
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3 August 1895 | Polish woman Józefa Słówko was born in Topola. In from 1 July 1942. No. 8153 She perished in the camp on 3 November 1942.
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Robert Freedland 18h
This is why I and you should too. The Holocaust resulted in the murder of millions of innocent men, women and children whose only crimes were their ethnicity, who they loved, and what they believed. These were real people who had families. They had names.
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3 August 1884 | Czech Jew Norbert Fein was born in Lhota. A teacher. In from 6 March 1942. No. 26428 He perished in the camp on 15 March 1942.
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3 August 1940 | French Jewish girl Raymonde Levy was born in Finistère. In October 1943 she was deported to and murdered in a gas chamber.
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3 August 1910 | Pole Tadeusz Zdanowicz was born. A forest ranger. In from 24 May 1941. No. 16163 He perished in the camp on 19 September 1941.
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3 August 1906 | Polish Jew Moses Cwerman was born in Zwoleń. A shoemaker. In from 6 June 1942. No. 37459 He perished in the camp on 2 August 1942.
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2 August 1897 | Czech Jewish woman Evženie Spitzová was born in Prague. She was deported to from Ghetto on 26 October 1942. She did not survive.
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2 August 1917 | Polish woman Stanisława Czubak was born in Kłaj. A teacher. In from 14 August 1942. No. 17135 She perished in the camp on 17 December 1942.
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2 August 1937 | Hungarian Jewish boy Miklos Groszberger was born in Budapest. In 1944 he was deported to and murdered in a gas chamber.
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2 August 1938 | Dutch Jewish girl Jeannette Groenteman (in the middle) was born in Amsterdam. In 1942 she was deported to with her mother Lena and siblings Anne & John. All were probably murdered together in a gas chamber.
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Our recent research updated the number of Sinti and Roma murdered during the liquidation of . Some 4,200-4,300 men, women & children were murdered on 2/3 August 1944.
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2/3 August 1944 | The Germans liquidated the so-called Gypsy camp (Zigeunerlager - sector BIIe) of Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Around 4,200-4,300 children, women and men - the last Roma prisoners of the sector - were murdered in gas chambers.
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