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

Auschwitz no. 6974 A

Unidentified

German soldiers supervising the deportation of Jews, Hungary, 1944 Deportation of Jews from the town Koszeg, Hungary, 1944 Jews accompanied by Hungarian gendarmes before boarding the transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Soltvadkert, Hungary, June 1944 Jews accompanied by Hungarian gendarmes before boarding the transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Soltvadkert, Hungary, June 1944 Jews boarding a transport, Dunaszerdahely, Hungary, 1944

A Jew who arrived at Auschwitz from Hungary on the 24th of May 1944.

On arrival at Auschwitz he passed the selection and received the number 6964A.

The final reference to him in the camp records is from December 1944 from the coal mine Janinagrube, a sub-camp of Auschwitz III in Libiąż.

The Transport
On the 24th of May 1944 an RSHA transport of Jews from Hungary arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau. On arrival, following the selection, 2,000 Jews received the numbers 5729A –7728A, the rest were sent immediately to the gas chambers and murdered.


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