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יד ושם And These are Their Names... Identifying the Death March Victims Buried in a Mass Grave in Poland

Joel Tintpulwer

Auschwitz no. 3376 B

Jews gathered prior being deported, Kielce, Poland Deportation of Jews to the area in which the ghetto was later to be established, October 1939.

This number appears twice on the list prepared by the undertaker.

Joel Tintpulwer, a Polish Jew, was born on the 18th of March 1896.

On the 2nd of August 1944 Tintpulwer was deported to Auschwitz from Kielce forced labor camp . On arrival he passed the selection and received the number 3376B.

The final record of him in the camp documents is from the 24th of August 1944 in Trzebionka, a sub-camp of Buna-Monowitz – Auschwitz III.

The Transport
On the 2nd of August 1944 an RSHA transport from Kielce - a forced labor camp for Jews - arrived at Auschwitz. On arrival, following the selection, 547 of the arrivals received the numbers 2903 – 3449B. The weak and those who were unfit for work were sent to the gas chambers and murdered.


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