Transport XXV

  • Transport date: 19/05/1944
  • Departure from Dossin: 508
  • Survivors: 133

Stories
Family Aszmian-Szulanska

Family Aszmian-Szulanska

Lejb Aszmian and Doba Szulanska had three children: Abraham, Hersz and Lazare. Lejb died already in 1932. Abraham was not deported and Hersz went into hiding in France. Doba and Lazare were deported with a different transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau. They did not survive the war.

Family Rosen-Hochglober

Family Rosen-Hochglober

This family was strongly affected by the horrors of the Second World War.

The Lachman family

The Lachman family

David Lachman, a Polish Jew, came to Belgium in 1929 at the age of 6 with his father, Berck, his mother, Garna Kozak, and younger brother, Michal Icchok, who was 3 at the time.

The Chapochnik-Zimmerman family

The Chapochnik-Zimmerman family

The Chapochnik-Zimmerman family emigrated from Romania between 1920 and 1922. Their names were entered in the register of Jews at the end of 1940.

Collections
family Borisewitz

Collection family Borisewitz

The Borisewitz family had four sons. Jacques was deported from France in 1942 and never returned. Simon joined the resistance, but was taken from the Dossin barracks with his family and mother and then murdered. Oscar, a pilot in the Belgian air force, flew to Morocco in 1940 where he died in 1942. Youngest son Robert managed to flee to Brazil and was the only member of the family to survive the war. In 2019 his children, grandchildren, nephews and other family members deposited more than 300 documents and photographs about their family history with Kazerne Dossin.