Transport XVII

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Stories
The Minz-Zucker family

The Minz-Zucker family

This family of Palestinian Jews lived in the Antwerp suburb of Borgerhout. Transport 7 of 1 September brought them to Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The Glassner family

The Glassner family

Salomon Glassner emigrated from Poland in 1920 and his future wife, Chana Buksbaum, followed in 1931. Their son, David, was born in Antwerp at the end of 1931.

The Guttmann-Rozenberg family

The Guttmann-Rozenberg family

Samuel and Juda Guttmann were born in Antwerp, Samuel in 1934, and Juda in 1932. Their mother, Gizela Rozenberg, emigrated from Romania in 1923, and their father, Ernö Guttmann, from Hungary in 1927.

Szymon Sukiennik

Szymon Sukiennik

Szymon Sukiennik was 6 years old when he arrived in Belgium in 1929 with his parents, Chana Szumilinski and Rafal Sukiennik, and his older sister, Liba.

The Wekselman family

The Wekselman family

Moise Wekselman was a Polish Jew and arrived in Belgium in 1919, just after the First World War. Malka Altman left Poland in 1922 and settled in Antwerp, where their children were born: Juliette in 1927 and Alice in 1930.