This entire family of Polish Jews was deported, the majority of them on Transport 10.
Malka Zimetbaum, a 22-year-old Polish Jew, was a pattern cutter by profession. She lived on Marinistraat, in the Jewish quarter of Borgerhout in Antwerp. The street was at the heart of the third great raid in Antwerp, on 11 and 12 September 1942.
Benjamin Reichman, 34, shopkeeper, was a Jewish immigrant from Romania. His wife, Itta Grunspan, 35, and housewife, came from Poland. The couple lived at 86 Plantin Moretuslei in the Borgerhout borough of Antwerp.
Avram Wiezel, 37, was a furrier, while Sari Dreiman, 37, kept house. The couple had three children, two of whom were born in Romania, Michael, 16, and Herman, 14. The youngest, Etta, was born in Antwerp in 1929.
Deported on Transport 10 on 15 September, this family of seven disappeared without trace.