Anysz family. Item

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Picture of the Anysz family in Warsaw, Poland. Left to right : Joseph Anysz, unidentified grandparent, Isy (Isaac) Anysz, Jacob Anysz and his wife Sophia Lindner.
Content Date
ca. 1902
Content Location
Anysz family
Physical characteristics and technical requirements
Digitally stored at Kazerne Dossin
Luc Anysz, Private collection, Belgium
Level of description
Extent and medium
1 digitised image
Administrative and biographical
Jakob Anysz and his wife Sophia Lindner, both born in Poland, moved from France to Belgium in 1928. The couple had at least eight children whom migrated to Belgium as well or at least lived in the country for some time. Son Isy (Isaac) Anysz was able to emigrate to Argentina before the war. Sophia Lindner was deported from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via transport XXI in 1943 and perished. Two of the Anysz children suffered the same fate : Sabina Anysz and Mojzesz Anysz, together with their respective children, were both deported via transport XI. Jakob Anysz and his son Joseph Anysz survived the war in Belgium. The first wife of Joseph Anysz, Rosa Kalter, and their daughter Sylvia Astrid Anysz were deported via transport XXII B and perished. Joseph Anysz remarried and had more children with his second wife Elvira Braem after the war. His father Jakob Anysz passed away in Brussels in 1964.
The donor received a copy of the original photo from his brother who passed away several years before 2011. The original has since been.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Luc Anysz, son of Joseph Anysz, 2011

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