FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld  

 
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   Monique   Rachel                     Jacques  
   Isaac (Jacki) DYKIERMAN is shown below between his father, Charles, and his uncle, Salomon. All three were deported; Isaac, born on September 3, 1931, in Paris, was taken on convoy 34 of September 18, 1942. In the other picture are his sisters, deported on same convoy: Monique, born July 29, 1936, in Paris, and Rachel, born May 4, 1935, in Paris. Next to them is the baby, Georges GROSS, who was saved because he was ill on the day his family was arrested; he was in the hospital. But his brother Jacques, on the right, born April 23, 1933, in Paris, was deported on September 11, 1942, on convoy 31. The Gross and Dykierman families had fled toward the west to Luynes (Indre-et-Loire). Charles and Hinda Dykierman were also deported, along with their childrens grandmother, who was in her eighties. The mother of the Gross family, Sura, née Dykierman, was deported on convoy 8; her husband, Maurice, returned from prisoner-of-war camp in Germany, only to be arrested and deported on convoy 55.

Isaac                       
   
   

FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld

 
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