Rajter family

Rajter family

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KD_00510_000012.tif
German Occupation
Jewish organisations
A group photo of toddlers and their caretakers playing in a garden, taken at the home run by the Association of Jews in Belgium at Rue Baron de Castro in Etterbeek, Brussels. Most of the children were placed there after their parents had been arrested. All of the children housed at the home survived the war.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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KD_00510_000011.tif
German Occupation
Jewish organisations
A group photo of toddlers and their caretakers playing in a garden, taken at the home run by the Association of Jews in Belgium at Rue Baron de Castro in Etterbeek, Brussels. Most of the children were placed there after their parents had been arrested. All of the children housed at the home survived the war.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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German Occupation
Jewish organisations
A group photo of toddlers, taken at the home run by the Association of Jews in Belgium at Rue Baron de Castro in Etterbeek, Brussels. Most of the children were placed there after their parents had been arrested. All of the children housed at the home survived the war.

Identified (left to right): Paulette Buchholc, Sylvain Borisewitz, Jeannette Schindelheim, Arthur Langerman, unidentified child, Salomon Wassner, Edith Richter and Willy Rajter (Marks).
Rajter family

Rajter family

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German Occupation
Jewish organisations
A photo of Willy Rajter (Marks) as a toddler, taken at the home run by the Association of Jews in Belgium at Rue Baron de Castro in Etterbeek, Brussels. Willy was placed at the home after the arrest of his siblings and their mother Gitla Rajter. Willy survived the war living at the home.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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German Occupation
Deportees, Family life
Family photo of Gitla Rajter, posing with her son Willy Rajter (Marks).

Gitla Rajter survived deportation from the Dossin barracks via Transport XXV and was repatriated to Belgium in June 1945. Willy Rajter survived the war living in a home run by the Association of Jews in Belgium located at Rue Baron de Castro in Etterbeek, Brussels.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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German Occupation
Deportees, Family life
Family photo of Estera Rajter, posing with her son Willy Ciechanow. Both were killed after deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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Prewar Jewish life
Deportees, Family life
Family photo of Estera Rajter and Abram Ciechanow, posing with their baby Willy Ciechanow. None of the family members survived deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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Prewar Jewish life
Deportees, Family life
Family group photo taken during the wedding reception of Estera Rajter and Abram Ciechanow (centre).
Also identified:
The boy in the middle of the front row is Arthur Wajsman, son of Hersz Wajsman and Ruchla Rajter.
The woman sitting left of the bride is Rachel Ciechanow, sister of the groom.
Between Rachel Ciechanow and Estera Rajter stands Gitla Rajter, sister of the bride.
Behind the bride and groom stands Ruchla Rajter with directly right to her her husband Hersz Wajsman.

Estera Rajter, Abram Ciechanow and Rachel Ciechanow did not survive deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX. Arthur Wajsman did not survive deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XXI. Gitla Rajter survived deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XXV. Hersz Wajsman did not survive deportation from France to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XVI. Ruchla Rajter survived the war, probably in hiding.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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Prewar Jewish life
Deportees, Family life
Wedding photo of Estera Rajter and Abram Ciechanow. Neither survived deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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Deportees
A passport photo of Abram Ciechanow. He did not survive deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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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.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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KD_00510_000001.tif
Prewar Jewish life
Deportees, Family life
Wedding photo of Estera Rajter and Abram Ciechanow. Neither survived deportation from the Dossin barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau via Transport XIX.