Transport III

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Stories
The Pioro-Fajwelewicz family

The Pioro-Fajwelewicz family

This entire family of Polish Jews was deported, the majority of them on Transport 10.

Etela Lovi and her children

Etela Lovi and her children

Etela Lovi’s two sons were born in Antwerp, the oldest, Frans in 1931, the youngest, Jackie, in 1933. All three were arrested in Antwerp the day before the first raid on 15 August 1942.

The Ginger family

The Ginger family

Aged 15 the day Transport 3 left on 15 August 1942, Mojsesz Icehek was summoned to the Dossin Barracks for work service, as was his 20-year-old sister, Estera Frymeta.

Collections
Collection Gabriel Bauden

Collection Gabriel Bauden

Jenny Imberechts was the young sweetheart of Gabriel Bauden who was deported and never returned. Until her dying day, she kept four photographs of him, a postcard and the letter he threw out of the deportation train. In 2018 family friends gifted the original items to Kazerne Dossin.