Transport II

  • Transport date: 11/08/1942
  • Departure from Dossin: 1000
  • Survivors: 4

Stories
Family Luxemberg-Grozwursel

Family Luxemberg-Grozwursel

Baruch Luxemberg and Laja Cwatla Grozwursel had four children: Dora, Regina, Celina and Suzanne. It is possible that Dora died before the war or lived abroad during the occupation. Baruch, Laja Cwatla, Regina, Celina and Suzanne were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau on different transports (II, XIV and XV).

Family Kurier

Family Kurier

The Kurier family fled Austria for fear of persecution by the Gestapo. Mother Fryme Eisgrau died early in 1924. Father Hersch Kurier and his children Frederika, Jeannette and Regine were all deported from the Dossin Barracks in Mechelen to Auschwitz-Birkenau. None of the Kurier family survived the war.

Family Zeelander-Barmhartigheid

Family Zeelander-Barmhartigheid

The Zeelander-Barmhartigheid family stayed alternately in Amsterdam and Antwerp. The family members were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau via various transports. None of the Zeelander-Barmhartigheid family survived the war.

Gertrude and Lipman Pakula

Gertrude and Lipman Pakula

Father Lipman and daughter Gertrude were expelled from Germany. They were both deported from the Dossin Barracks in Mechelen to Auschwitz-Birkenau. They did not survive.

Dora Lustig

Dora Lustig

Dora Lustig, a Polish Jewish tailor, emigrated from Sweden in 1918 and settled in Antwerp.

Couple Reiss-Levin

Couple Reiss-Levin

These German refugees are thought to have escaped from Holland, where a programme of mass deportation had been started earlier.

The Fligelman-Zentkowski family

The Fligelman-Zentkowski family

Gerszen Fligelman was the first to emigrate from Poland in 1930. His wife, Szejra Zentkowski, and their sons, Abraham and Samuel, joined him a year later.