Transport I

  • Transport date: 04/08/1942
  • Departure from Dossin: 999
  • Survivors: 9

Stories
Martin Kaufmann

Martin Kaufmann

Martin Kaufmann arrived in Belgium on a Kindertransport from Germany in 1939. He was placed in various orphanages by the Assistance Council for Jewish Refugees. Martin accepted the Arbeitseinsatzbefehl and was deported with transport I to Auschwitz-Birkenau. He was murdered.

Family Pander - Lublinski

Family Pander – Lublinski

The Pander – Lublinski family consisted of mother, father, and daughter. No one of the family survived Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Hanna Karpowitz

Hanna Karpowitz

Hanna Karpowitz, 16 years old, was the first person to escape from a transport bound for Auschwitz and was the only person to escape from transport 1.

Alfred Israel Rosendahl

Alfred Israel Rosendahl

Alfred Israel Rosendahl was a German Jewish refugee. Expelled from Germany in 1939, he settled in Antwerp.

Erika Pichler, ca. 1938, her older sister Minna, her mother Adela Unger and her father Israel Pichler

The Pichler-Unger family

This family of Austrian German Jews had settled in Schaerbeek, near Brussels, in July 1938.

The Nissim-Algava family

The Nissim-Algava family

The Nissims, a family of Jews, emigrated from Salonika in 1930 and settled in Mons.