FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld  

 
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These are some Jewish children who lived in the apartment house at 96 rue de la Fraternité in Bagnolet, outside of Paris.
At the top left, half hidden, is Dora Szatkownik, who was deported along with her husband, Bernard Szatkownik (center, rear), on convoy 5. Next to Bernard is Moshe Konstantyner, also deported.
Second row (from the top left): Malka (Madeleine) HOFMAN (white beret) was born on September 10, 1927, in Warsaw; she was deported with her mother on convoy 15 of August 5, 1942. The smiling boy with the gray sweater next to her is Marcel MESS, born February 20, 1928, in Paris, and deported with his mother on convoy 33 of September 16, 1942. The children next to him are Joseph HOFMAN and Marcel Konstantyner, who escaped arrest.
Third row: Nathan SZATKOWNIK, born November 11, 1933, in Paris, was deported on convoy 20 of August 17, 1942. Frederic ROSENWALD, born January 8, 1932, was deported on convoy 22 of August 21, 1942. Henry HOFMAN, born June 10, 1930, in Paris, was deported on convoy 22.
Fourth row (on their knees): Ida STAROWIEJCKI, born June 18, 1931, in Paris, was deported on convoy 20 of August 17, 1942. Suzanne Grimblat escaped arrest.
Front row (seated): Madeleine STAROWIEJCKI, born June 20, 1934, in Paris, was deported with her sister on convoy 20. (Photo cr: Mj-Pp).
   
   

FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld

 
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