Lewkowicz family. Collection

Lewkowicz family. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Lewkowicz family. Collection
Prewar Jewish life, Anti-Jewish measures
Daily life, Deportees, Family life, Identification measures, Migration
This collection contains: the IDs of siblings Jakob Lewkowicz and Perla Lewkowicz; six photos of the Lewkowicz family including photos of the Lewkowicz family at the time of their migration to Belgium, photos of youngest daughter Rosine Regine Lewkowicz and photos of the Lewkowicz children with friends.
Leonid Edelstein. Collection

Leonid Edelstein. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Leonid Edelstein. Collection
Prewar Jewish life
Art, Daily life, Deportees
This collection contains : seven photos of Leonid Edelstein, including two on the beach and two while performing as a musician ; a thank you note by Leonid Edelstein to Pierre André.
Lehrer-Geldzahler family. Collection

Lehrer-Geldzahler family. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Lehrer-Geldzahler family. Collection
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees
This collection contains : a photo of Jenny Geldzahler with her parents Kalman Lehrer and Tauba Geldzahler, and her paternal grandmother Etty Kalech ; a photo of Jenny Geldzahler at the beach.
Klein-Silberstein family. Collection

Klein-Silberstein family. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Klein-Silberstein family. Collection
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees, France, Hidden children, Holocaust survivors, Migration, Reconstruction, Refugees
This collection contains twelve photos, among which a wedding photo of Josef Klein and Lotte Silberstein, photos of Silberstein and Kantorowicz family members including one under the Eiffel tower, photos of the Klein sisters including one taken at the monastery in Sugny where they were hidden and a post-war photo of the Klein sisters taken upon arrival in Canada.
Kesselman-Stern family. Collection

Kesselman-Stern family. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Kesselman-Stern family. Collection
German Occupation, Prewar Jewish life, Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees, Family life, Holocaust survivors
This collection contains photos and documents including pre-war pictures of Abraham Kesselman’s first wife Liba Teitelbaum, pre-war photos of Liba’s (unidentified) relatives and friends, pre-war photos of the Stern sisters, pre-war photos of Cipa Laja (Lea) Sztern’s children Henri and Diane Rozen, post-war photos of Eva Stern and Abraham Kesselman, Rachel Stern’s pre-war subscriptions and post-war British registration card, post-war cards from Harry Ekstein to his cousins Rachel and Sara Stern, the judicial document denying Abraham Kesselman the title of political prisoner, an RSVP to Sara Stern’s marriage, a leaflet regarding dual nationality, a handwritten card from Henri Rozen from 1940, a telegram from Cipa Laja (Lea) Sztern to her sisters in London from 1941, a post-war declaration regarding the position of Abraham Kesselman with the Antwerpsch Comité ter Verdediging van de Joodsche Belangen [Antwerp Committee for the Defence of Jewish Assets].
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000329.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life
A page from the Rozenblum-Suknik family album. The photos are glued to the page and depict Charles Rozenblum as a young boy, while playing in the gras, in a park and on a boat. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000326.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Family life
A page from the Rozenblum-Suknik family album. The photo on the bottom left is catalogued and described individually as KD_00601_000245.

The other photos are glued to the page. The two photos on the right depict Charles Rozenblum and his father Naftali alias Natan Rozenblum walking down a street. The photo on the top in the middle depicts Naftali alias Natan Rozenblum. The persons in the photo on the top left are unidentified.

Charles Rozenblum survived the war in hiding in Belgium. Natan Rozenblum was a member of multiple resistance networks during the war, including the Milices Patriotiques and the Comité de Défense des Juifs (Jewish Defence Committee) or CDJ. He was deported from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XXIV on 4 April 1944 and perished in Buchenwald on 13 March 1945.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000325.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Family life
A page from the Rozenblum-Suknik family album containing photos from a family vacation to the coast and from Charles Rozenblum and his mother Curtla Suknik during their daily lives. Charles Rozenblum and Curtla Suknik survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000324.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Family life
A page from the Rozenblum-Suknik family album containing photos from a family vacation to the coast and a photo of Charles Rozenblum and his father Naftali alias Natan Rozenblum walking down a street. The beach pictures depict Charles Rozenblum, his father Naftali alias Natan Rozenblum and his mother Curtla Suknik.

Charles Rozenblum and Curtla Suknik survived the war in hiding in Belgium. Natan Rozenblum was a member of multiple resistance networks during the war, including the Milices Patriotiques and the Comité de Défense des Juifs (Jewish Defence Committee) or CDJ. He was deported from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XXIV on 4 April 1944 and perished in Buchenwald on 13 March 1945.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000312.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life
A photo of Charles Rozenblum as a youth leader in the Pioniers - Pionniers (Pioneers), surrounded by younger members of the youth movement. The photo was taken during a national gathering. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000310.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum (back row, third from the right) and a group of unidentified friends, taken during a vacation at the Belgian coast in August 1947. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000307.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A post-war photo of Charles Rozenblum (second from the right) and three unidentified friends posing in the uniform of the Pioniers - Pionniers (Pioneers) youth movement on the rooftop of a small barn. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000305.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A post-war photo of Charles Rozenblum (front) and two unidentified friends posing in the uniform of the Pioniers - Pionniers (Pioneers) youth movement on the rooftop of a small barn. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000303.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life
A group photo of young children in uniform taken during an activity of the Pioniers - Pionniers (Pioneers) youth movement at Pentecost 1948
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000301.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum (front) and four unidentified friends taken during a vacation at the Belgian coast in August 1947. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000299.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life
A photo of members of the Pioniers - Pionniers (Pioneers) youth movement posing in uniform during a hike at Easter 1946. Standing in the back on the left is Charles Rozenblum who survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000297.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum (right) and two unidentified children playing at the beach during a vacation at the coast after the war. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000296.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum and an unidentified girl playing at the beach during a vacation at the coast after the war. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000245.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees
A studio portrait of Naftali alias Natan Rozenblum which he offered to his future wife Curtla Suknik.

Curtla Suknik survived the war in hiding in Belgium. Natan Rozenblum was a member of multiple resistance networks during the war, including the Milices Patriotiques and the Comité de Défense des Juifs (Jewish Defence Committee) or CDJ. He was deported from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XXIV on 4 April 1944 and perished in Buchenwald on 13 March 1945.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000229.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum in a park as a young man. He survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000228.tif
Postwar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum sitting on some stairs as a young man. He survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000227.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life
A photo of Michal Suknik (nephew of Curtla and Szyja Suknik) reading a book on a couch.

Upon the German invasion of Poland in 1939 Michal Suknik fled to Russia where he married Paulina Rosen. The couple settled in Poland after the war and would have two daughters, Eda and Anna, who later on emigrated to Denkmark and Sweden.
Rozenblum-Suknik family

Rozenblum-Suknik family

David Rozenblum, Private collection, Belgium
KD_00601_000225.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Hidden children
A photo of Charles Rozenblum walking down a street in Brussels, near Place de Brouckère. Charles survived the war in hiding in Belgium.
Rajter family

Rajter family

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
KD_00510_000002.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees
A passport photo of Estera Rajter, married Ciechanow. She did not survive deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.
Kaufman-Rottenberg family. Collection

Kaufman-Rottenberg family. Collection

Contact Kazerne Dossin Documentation Centre: archives@kazernedossin.eu
Kaufman-Rottenberg family. Collection
Prewar Jewish life
Daily life, Deportees, Hidden adults
This collection contains a photo of the deported siblings of the donor, Marcel and Charlotte Kaufman ; a portrait of the donor’s deported maternal grandmother Rywka Hass ; a photo of the unidentified Belgian family (Nieuwland?) that hid the donor’s mother, Metel Leia (Mathilde) Rottenberg.