Transport XII

  • Transport date: 10/10/1942
  • Departure from Dossin: 1000
  • Survivors: 28

Stories
Family Eijsman-Kaganowitsch

Family Eijsman-Kaganowitsch

Anna Kaganowitsch and Wolf Eijsman married in Maastricht on July 25, 1934. A year later, on May 6, 1935, they had their first and only child: Catherine. Anna and Catherine were deported from the Dossin Barracks to Auschwitz-Birkenau with transport XI and Wolf with transport XII. They did not survive the war.

Family Wahl-Keller

Family Wahl-Keller

The whole Wahl-Keller family, except from father Seinwel Hersz Wahl and daughter Lea, was deported from the Dossin Barracks in Mechelen to Auschwitz-Birkenau. No one survived the deportation. Seinwel survived the war but died already in 1946.

The Grycman-Berkowicz family

The Grycman-Berkowicz family

The Grycman-Berkowicz family had five members. They arrived in the Dossin Barracks on 5 October, but only stayed there for five days, as they were put on board Transport 12, which left Mechelen on 10 October.

Mordka Stainfeld

Mordka Stainfeld

Mordka Stainfeld, a Jew from Warsaw, arrived in Belgium in 1890.

The Schönberg-Ubersfeld family

The Schönberg-Ubersfeld family

Abraham Hirchel Schönberg was born in Oswiecim, a town in Upper Silesia which will forever be known by its German name: Auschwitz. Victoria Ubersfeld was born some sixty kilometres away in Krakow.

The Inowlocki-Mandel family

The Inowlocki-Mandel family

Abram Inowlocki and his wife, Elisabeth Mandel, emigrated from Poland to Belgium in 1937. As relatively late arrivals they were affected by the regulations in effect in 1940-1941, which forced them to live in the Province of Limburg.