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					Names of Saloniklis Jews researched by Dr. Hans Joachim Lang for his book,
“Die Namen der Nummern,” (The Names of the Numbers). There were a total
of 86 victims (all Jews) 46 of whom were from Salonika. We publish these
names in the hope that it will enable surviving family members to have a
more accurate date on which to say kaddish.

Bella Alalouf
Bella Alalouf was born in Thessaloniki in 1923. After being brought by the
Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was transported in
March 1943 with the first transport [March 15, 1943] to Auschwitz. On March
20th she arrived with the transport that contained about 2,800 Jewish men,
women and children. After a “selection”, 417 men and 192 women were sent
to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2191 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, she
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, she, along
with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th or the
13th of August, 1943.

David Akouni
David Akouni was born in Thessaloniki; exact year unknown. According to the
postmortem examination report written on the day he died, his age was
estimated at 40. David Akouni, after being brought by the Gestapo to the
Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was
transported to Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of
2930 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, along with others, he was murdered in the gas on either the 17th or
the 19th of August, 1943.

Albert Israel
Albert Israel was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz at the end of April 1943. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August,
1943.


Elvira Amar
Elvira Amar was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1915. After being brought by
the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3000 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”, 467 men and 262 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2271 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th
or the 13th of August, 1943.


Emma Amar
Emma Amar was born June 5, 1925 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she
was transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3070 Jewish men, women
and children arrived April 28, 1943. After a “selection”, 180 men and 361
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2529
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.

Palomba Arnades
Palomba Arnades was born in 1923 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she
was transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3000 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”, 467 men and 262 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2271 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th
or the 13th of August, 1943.


Aron Aron
Aron Aron was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exact year of birth is
unknown. According to autopsy results listed on his death certificate, he was
between 50-55 years old. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto
of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported
to Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish
men, women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were
sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with
others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th
of August, 1943.


Nety Aruch
Nety Aruch was born in 1919 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being brought by
the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3000 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”, 467 men and 262 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2271 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th
or the 13th of August, 1943.


Esra Asser [Ezra Asser]
Esra Asser was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August,
1943.


Allegra Attas
Allegra Attas was born in 1923 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being brought by
the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
transported to Auschwitz. On March 24, 1943, she arrived with a transport of
2800 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 584 men and 230
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1986
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.

Ernestine Baruch
Ernestine Baruch was born in 1918 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she
was transported to Auschwitz. On April 13, 1943, she arrived with a transport
of 2800 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 500 men and
364 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1936
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.


Allegre Beracha
Allegre Beracha was born in 1922 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being brought
by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3000 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”, 467 men and 262 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2271 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th
or the 13th of August, 1943.


Samuel Bluosilio
Samuel Bluosilio was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz. His transport of 2800
Jewish men, women and children arrived April 22, 1943. After a “selection”,
255 men and 413 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the
remaining 2132 individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas
chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof
Concentration Camp. There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas
chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August, 1943.


Nissim Buchar [Bahar or Behar]
Nissim Buchar [Bahar or Behar] was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact
year of birth is unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of
Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz. His transport
of 2800 Jewish men, women and children arrived April 13, 1943. After a
“selection”, 500 men and 364 women were sent to the camp as prisoners,
while the remaining 1936 individuals were immediately exterminated in the
gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-
Struthof Concentration Camp. There, he, along with others, was murdered in
the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August, 1943.


Rebeca Cambeli [Kabeli]
Rebeca Cambeli [Kabeli] was born in 1912 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After
being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki,
she was transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 2800 Jewish men, women
and children arrived April 22, 1943. After a “selection”, 255 men and 413
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2132
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.


Sarica Cambeli [Kabeli]
Sarica Cambeli [Kabeli] was born November 2, 1923 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in
Thessaloniki, she was transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 2501 Jewish
men, women and children arrived April 18, 1943. After a “selection”, 360 men
and 245 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining
1896 individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the
30th of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration
Camp. There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on
either the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.


Elei Cohen [Elias Koen]
Elei Cohen [Elias Koen] was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His mother was
Dona Cohen. The exact year of birth has not been established. After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, he was
transported to Auschwitz. His transport of 2501 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 18, 1943. After a “selection”, 360 men and 245 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1896 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, he,
along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or
the 19th of August, 1943.


Juli Cohen
Juli Cohen was born in 1927 in Thessaloniki, Greece. She was taken by the
Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki and left on the first
transport [March 15] to Auschwitz. On March 20th she arrived with the
transport that contained about 2,800 Jewish men, women and children. After
a “selection”, 417 men and 192 women were sent to the camp as prisoners,
while the remaining 2191 individuals were immediately exterminated in the
gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-
Struthof Concentration Camp. There, she, along with others, was murdered in
the gas chambers on either the 11th or the 13th of August, 1943.


Sabi Dekalo
Sabi Dekalo was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exact year of birth is not
known. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in
Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz. His transport of 3000 Jewish
men, women and children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”, 467 men
and 262 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining
2271 individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. His
name appears on the registers of those in the clinic at Buna on June 8, 1943,
his ailment listed as an irregular heart beat. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was
sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, he, along with
others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of
August, 1943.
Aron Esformes
Aron Esformes was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exact year of birth is
unknown. According to autopsy results listed on his death certificate, he was
estimated to be about 30 years old. After being taken by the Gestapo to the
Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was
transported to Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of
2930 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, along with others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the
17th or the 19th of August, 1943.


Aron Eskaloni
Aron Eskaloni was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being taken by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in
Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August,
1943.


Esther Eskenazi
Esther Eskenazi was born in 1924 in Thessaloniki, Greece. She was the
daughter of Moshe Eskenazi and Doudone Ventura, both deceased at the time
of the deportations. Esther lived with her grandmother in the neighborhood of
Baron Hirsch near the railroad station because her mother had died when she
was very young. Her late father had been an employee of the railroad. She
had two brothers, Samuel and Gabriel. Samuel was shot to death by the Nazis
during the deportations for not following orders. Gabriel survived the camps,
immigrated to the United States, and passed away in 2004. Esther was
already living in the neighborhood of Baron Hirsch and did not have to be
moved there when the neighborhood was made into a ghetto. She was on the
first transport to Auschwitz, leaving Thessaloniki on March 15, 1943. On
March 20th she arrived with the transport that contained about 2,800 Jewish
men, women and children. After a “selection”, 417 men and 192 women were
sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2191 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, she
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, she, along
with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th or the
13th of August, 1943. The additional biographical information has been
supplied by Esther Eskenazi’s niece, Rachel Eskenazi, daughter of the late
Gabriel Eskenazi.
Maurice Francese
Maurice Francese was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, the son of Esther and
David Francese. The exact year of his birth is unknown. After being taken by
the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April
1943, he was transported to Auschwitz with his twin sister Rachel and his
parents. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men,
women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent
to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with
others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th
of August, 1943.


Abraham Franco
Abraham Franco was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being moved by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in
Thessaloniki, he was transported in March 1943 with the first transport
[March 15, 1943] to Auschwitz. On March 20th he arrived with the transport
that contained about 2,800 Jewish men, women and children. After a
“selection”, 417 men and 192 women were sent to the camp as prisoners,
while the remaining 2191 individuals were immediately exterminated in the
gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-
Struthof Concentration Camp. There, he, along with others, was murdered in
the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August 1943.


Charles Hassan
Charles Hassan was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Albert Isaak
Albert Isaak was born in Thessaloniki [Greece]. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August,
1943.


Israel Isaak
Israel Isaak was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz. His transport of 2800
Jewish men, women and children arrived April 22, 1943. After a “selection”,
255 men and 413 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the
remaining 2132 individuals were immediately exterminated. On the 30th of
July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, he, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 17th or the 19th of August 1943.


Sabetai Kapon
Sabetai Kapon was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Ischay Litchi [Ischai Litsi]
Ischay Litchi [Ischai Litsi] was born July 13, 1911 in Thessaloniki (Greece).
According to the French marriage registry of the beginning of 1930, he
married Esther Scialom on September 12, 1929 in Thessaloniki. There were
four children: Albert [born 1931], Charles [born 1932], Arlette [born 1934],
and Henri [born August 10, 1936]. He worked in Paris as a shoemaker. His
wife entered a Paris hospital on January 30, 1941 and died there on February
24, 1941. In time, the children were placed in hiding in the Pyrenees. Ischay
Litchi [Ischai Litsi] was deported on February 9, 1943, from Drancy to
Auschwitz. On February 11, 1943, he arrived with transport #46, containing
1000 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 77 men and 91
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 832
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. He was listed
on March 17, 1943 as a patient in Block 21 [one of the clinics], having been
operated on. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof
Concentration Camp. There, he, along with others, was murdered in the gas
chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August 1943.
Michael Marcus
Michael Marcus was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki, he was transported to Auschwitz. His transport of 3000
Jewish men, women and children arrived April 17, 1943. After a “selection”,
467 men and 262 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the
remaining 2271 individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas
chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof
Concentration Camp. There, he, along with others, was murdered in the gas
chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August 1943.


Maria Matalon
Maria Matalon was born in 1923 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being brought
by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
deported to Auschwitz. On March 25, 1943, her transport of 1901 Jewish
men, women and children arrived. After a “selection”, 459 men and 236
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1206
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.


Abraham Matarasso
Abraham Matarasso was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth
is unknown. He was taken by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in
Thessaloniki and left on the first transport [March 15] to Auschwitz. On March
20th he arrived with the transport that contained about 2,800 Jewish men,
women and children. After a “selection”, 417 men and 192 women were sent
to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2191 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, he, along
with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the
19th of August 1943.


Lasas [Lazaras] Menache
Lasas [Lazaras] Menache was born in 1903 in Thessaloniki, Greece, to
Recaula [?] and Chaim Menache. After being brought by the Gestapo to the
Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was
transported to Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of
2930 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, along with others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the
17th or the 19th of August 1943.


Katerina Mosche [Mosé]
Katerina Mosche [Mosé] was born in 1928 in Thessaloniki (Greece). After
being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki,
she was deported to Auschwitz. On March 25, 1943, her transport of 1901
Jewish men, women and children arrived. After a “selection”, 459 men and
236 women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1206
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.


Regina Nachman
Regina Nachman was born in 1923 in Thessaloniki (Greece). After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she
was deported to Auschwitz. On March 25, 1943, her transport of 1901 Jewish
men, women and children arrived. After a “selection”, 459 men and 236
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 1206
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.


Siniora Nachmias
Siniora Nachmias was born March 25, 1926 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After
being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki,
she was transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 2800 Jewish men, women
and children arrived April 22, 1943. After a “selection”, 255 men and 413
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2132
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.


Dario Nathan
Dario Nathan was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). His exact year of birth is
unknown. According to autopsy results listed on his death certificate, he was
about 45 years old. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of
Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to
Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men,
women and children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent
to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were
immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he
was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with
others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th
of August 1943.


Sarina Nissim
Sarina Nissim was born in 1906 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being brought
by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she was
transported to Auschwitz. Her transport of 3070 Jewish men, women and
children arrived April 28, 1943. After a “selection”, 180 men and 361 women
were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2529 individuals
were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July,
1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
she, along with others, was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 11th
or the 13th of August 1943.


Israel Rafael
Israel Rafael was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). The exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Samuel Rafael
Samuel Rafael was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Albert Saltiel
Albert Saltiel was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On May 13, he was listed as being a
prisoner of Block 21 [clinic] operated on for an ulcer. On the 30th of July,
1943, he was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There,
along with others, he was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th
or the 19th of August 1943.


Maurice Saltiel
Maurice Saltiel was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Maurice Saporta
Maurice Saporta was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.


Mordochai Saul
Mordochai Saul was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). His exact year of birth is
unknown. After being brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch
in Thessaloniki at the end of April 1943, he was transported to Auschwitz. On
May 4, 1943, he arrived with his transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and
children. After a “selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp
as prisoners, while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately
exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, he was sent to
the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, he
was murdered in the gas chambers on either the 17th or the 19th of August
1943.
Nina Sustiel
Nina Sustiel was born July 14, 1920 in Thessaloniki (Greece). After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki at the
end of April 1943, she was transported to Auschwitz. On May 4, 1943, she
arrived with her transport of 2930 Jewish men, women and children. After a
“selection”, 220 men and 318 women were sent to the camp as prisoners,
while the remaining 2392 individuals were immediately exterminated in the
gas chambers. On the 30th of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-
Struthof Concentration Camp. There, along with others, she was murdered in
the gas chambers on either the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.


Martha Testa
Martha Testa was born in June of 1923 in Thessaloniki, Greece. After being
brought by the Gestapo to the Ghetto of Baron Hirsch in Thessaloniki, she
was deported to Auschwitz. Her transport arrived April 9, 1943, containing
2500 Jewish men, women and children. After a “selection”, 318 men and 161
women were sent to the camp as prisoners, while the remaining 2021
individuals were immediately exterminated in the gas chambers. On the 30th
of July, 1943, she was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp.
There, along with others, she was murdered in the gas chambers on either
the 11th or the 13th of August 1943.

				
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Description: Auschwitz Marriage Certificate document sample