|Herbert KLINGER was born on November 8,
1931, in Vienna. A volunteer in the French army, his father Rudolf, a Czech,
was later interned in the Noé camp and then liberated. He was again
arrested with his wife, Marguerite, and their son Herbert in Puygaillard
(Tarn-et-Garonne), in southern France. All three were deported from Toulouse on
July 30, 1944, on convoy 81, the father to
Buchenwald, the others to Ravensbrück. Only Herbert survived.
||Blima KRAUZE was born on November 22,
1927, in Paris. She was arrested in the UGIF home at 9 rue Vauquelin (5th
arr.). Deported on convoy 77 of July
31, 1944, she survived.