Liliane Steinfeld. Collection

Liliane Steinfeld. Collection

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Liliane Steinfeld. Collection
German Occupation
Allied forces, Art, Deportees
This collection contains : several documents regarding members of the Steinfeld/Stainfeld family during the war, two photos of deported Steinfeld family members, a Gestapo pin and a scrapbook containing a collection of wartime cartoons published in British and American newspapers, gathered by Liliane Steinfeld.
Lili Nahmias. Collection

Lili Nahmias. Collection

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Lili Nahmias. Collection
Deportations, SS-Sammellager Mecheln (Dossin barracks)
Deportees, Holocaust survivors, Transit camps, Transports
This collection contains one letter written by Lili Nahmias while detained at the Dossin barracks in May 1944 and sent to her parents at the Jewish elderly home Scheut in Anderlecht ; one note written by Lili Nahmias and thrown out of deportation transport XXV en route to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Lewkowicz family. Collection

Lewkowicz family. Collection

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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

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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

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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.
Landau-Blitzer family. Collection

Landau-Blitzer family. Collection

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Landau-Blitzer family. Collection
Hiding, SS-Sammellager Mecheln (Dossin barracks), Prewar Jewish life
Arrests, Concentration camps, Deportees, Economic measures, Family life, Forced labour, Hidden adults, Hidden children, Holocaust survivors, Rescuers – Institute
This collection contains an audio testimony of Anna Grunfeld-Landau ; a postcard sent by Anna's brother David Landau from the Monowitz camp to their parents in Belgium in 1944 ; two pre-war work permits of Jacob Landau ; two documents certifying the internment of Jacob Landau and Lea Blitzer at the Dossin barracks ; two magazine articles on hidden children and hiding in Lasne, Belgium ; seven pre-war photos of the Landau siblings, including a class photo taken at the Jesode Hatora school ; a war-time photo of Anna Landau at the Lasne children's home ; a post-war photo of Anna Landau.
Klein-Silberstein family. Collection

Klein-Silberstein family. Collection

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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

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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].
Keck family. Collection

Keck family. Collection

Carmen Spitta, Germany
Keck family. Collection
Sinti and Roma
Art, Deportees, Religious life
This collection contains five photos of members of the Sinti family Keck, including portraits of Rudolf Keck and Reseda Keck, a photo of three musicians from the Keck and Elster families, and the communion of Antoinette (?) and Reseda Keck.
Rajter family

Rajter family

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KD_00510_000008.tif
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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KD_00510_000007.tif
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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KD_00510_000006.tif
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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KD_00510_000003.tif
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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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.
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.
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_MARCOVICI Rachel.jpg
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_79_NAMIAS Mayer.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • NAMIAS, Mayer
    Birthdate: 23/09/1899
  • Namias, Mayer
    Birthdate: 1889-00-00, 1899, 1899-09-23
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Donated by family member - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_MARCUS Amalie.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • MARCUS, Amalie
    Birthdate: 02/05/1875
  • MARCUS, Amalie
    Birthdate: 1875-05-02
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_LAST Leib.jpg
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • LAST, Leib
    Birthdate: 06/04/1899
  • LAST, Leib
    Birthdate: 1899-04-06
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_LAST Joachim.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • LAST, Joachim
    Birthdate: 27/11/1927
  • LAST, Joachim
    Birthdate: 1927-11-27
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_LAST Cécile.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • LAST, Cécile
    Birthdate: 13/12/1934
  • LAST, Cécile
    Birthdate: 1934-12-13
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_DREYFUSS Paul.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • DREYFUSS, Paul
    Birthdate: 4/12/1906
  • DREYFUSS, Paul
    Birthdate: 1906-12-04
Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

Give Them a Face (France) portrait collection

State Archives, Brussels - digitised by Kazerne Dossin
KD_00350_78_BAU Charlotte.tif
Deportations, Extermination
Deportees, France, Transit camps
This collection contains over 4,200 portraits of Jewish men, women and children from Belgium, whom have been deported from the French camps Drancy, Angers, Beaune-la-Rolande, Compiègne, Pithiviers and Lyon, to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Maidanek and Kaunas between March 1942 and August 1944. Among the deportees, four groups can be distinguished : persons that had lived in Belgium and whom had emigrated to France legally before the beginning of the war, persons that fled from Belgium to France in May 1940 or afterwards, children born out of these refugees in France and persons arrested by the Belgian state as "suspects" in May 1940 and deported to the camps in the South of France.

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  • BAU, Charlotte
    Birthdate: 23/09/1902
  • BAU, Charlotte
    Birthdate: 1902-09-23