Yad Vashem requests help in finding women named in concentration camp diary

April 6, 2015 11:26
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Yad Vashem research team is requesting help from the public in tracking down the individuals or descendants of those named in a Holocaust diary and Haggada written from inside Gabersdorf concentration camp.

The diary was written by survivor Regina Honigman while at the Czechoslavakian concentration camp in the 1940s, where she worked in a factory making linen thread.

Anyone with information about the individuals or general information about Gabersdorf Camp should conact Yad Vashem's artifact collection by phone at 972-2-644-3598 or by email at [email protected]

The names (with locations in Poland) are listed below:

Hanka Apelbaum (Sosnowitz)
Rusia Ajnveder (Bendsburg)
Rozia Berliner (Sosnowitz)
Adela Birenstok
Helga Blumenfeld
Marie Blusztajn
Jacka Butnik (Jaworzno)
Hela Cymbler
Gusta Feiler (Oswiecim)
Lotti Finger (Jaworzno)
Ruth Frichler (Skoczow)
Cyla Friedman
Karola Garnicowna
Hanny Goldfaden
Mania Goldszmidt
Hela Golenzer (Sosnowiec)
Pola Golenzer (Sosnowiec)
Sala Grossman
Henia Haliciewicz
Behirah Hocherman (Sosnowiec)
Estera Holand
Zosia Joachimowicz (Jaworzna)
R. Kleinfeldowna (Warthenau)
Bela Kuchman
Genia Lewkowicz (Bendsburg)
Maryla Lollman
Regina Manesbaum (Sosnowicz)
Ruzia Merik (Sosnowitz)
Fela Niciarz (Zawiercie)
Regina Perlgricht
Mania Pariser
Rozia Reich (Jaworzno)
Lola Schon
Guta S 'Mici Spilman (Bendsburg)
Pola Szapiro
Jadzia Sztainfeld
Rozia Sztirlberg
Hania Tombak(owna)
Gienia Wajnglik
Edzia Wislicka
Jochke Wasserberger (Auschwitz)
Irka Wolnerm
Bronislawa Zagorska (Jaworzno)

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