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  • Searching For Maurice My father, Sergeant Norman Fisher of the 134th Mobile Gun Battalion of the U.S. Army, wrote hundreds of letters to his sweetheart back home when he served overseas during World War II. That sweetheart became my mother and recently I read for the first time the collection of letters my father wrote to her. In April ...
  • Jewish Records Indexing — Poland For information on Jewish genealogical and records research in Poland, how to access documents, find family members, etc.. please see Jewish Records Indexing – Poland. Holocaust survivors may be unaware that a remarkable number of Jewish records of Poland have survived the upheavals of history and the ravages of war. Jewish Records Indexing – Poland (JRI-Poland) has created ...
  • Searching for Betti Herzberg Friends, We have just seen that it’s not too late to find loved ones; please help. Looking for: Betti Herzberg, born 1933 in Duisberg, Germany , but parents were Polish Citizens.  Father: Schimon Herzberg.  Mother: Mala Herzberg. Sister: Miriam. The mother and two children were deported through Zbaszyn to Warsaw in 1939;the father was sent to Ravensbrueck. ...
  • Searching for any family members of Convoy #73 On 15 May 1944, the convoy #73 left Drancy (France) with 878 Jews (only men in the prime of life, able to work, no women, no children, no elderly, no ill persons). They were supposed to go and work for the Todt organization. In reality, the train arrived in Kovno (Lithuania, today Kaunas) where it ...
  • Searching for Rachel Goldberg My father’s family sheltered a Jewish girl during the war. My father would like to locate his “sister” after these many years. I have attached a photo of her and following is all the information I have at this time. We believe the girl’s name is Rachala (Rachel) Goldberg. She was born around 1940 in the ...
  • Seeking Other Children from Sachsenhausen I am looking for children-survivors, boys and girls, who were in Sachsenhausen near Oranienburg, between December 1944 and April 1945, when the camp was liberated by the Russians. We, a group of around 20 children, were living in what was called “the Revier” barracks where sick inmates where taken (possibly only women in the barrack ...