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Stories
The Hollander-Herbst family

The Hollander-Herbst family

Having emigrated from Poland in 1929, the whole family settled in Antwerp. On 9 october 1942 the whole family was taken to the Dossin Barracks.  

The Langenauer - Badner family

The Langenauer – Badner family

Malka Badner, a Polish Jew, arrived in Belgium before the First World War, in 1912. Jozef Markus Langenauer arrived later. They had three children.

The Domb-Neugebohr family

The Domb-Neugebohr family

This family of Polish Jews fled from Germany to Belgium in 1939. The father, aged 47 when he was deported, worked as a commercial traveller. The mother, Ester Neugebohr, a 38-year-old housewife, looked after her three younger children with the help of her oldest daughter, Hilda Charlotte, 21.

Salomon Seewald en Fradel Schenkel

Salomon Seewald en Fradel Schenkel

Polish-born Salomon Seewald came to Belgium in 1924. Fradel Schenkel, whom he married in Belgium, also came from Poland. Salomon Seewald earned his living as a trader. He and his wife signed the Jewish register in Antwerp in December 1940, but moved to Profondeville in de Province of Namur in January 1941 before restrictions were…