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Group portrait of German Jewish refugees living in Belgium who were forcibly resettled to Bilzen after the German invasion in anticipation of their being deported back to Germany.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 38255

Group portrait of German Jewish refugees living in Belgium who were forcibly resettled to Bilzen after the German invasion in anticipation of their being deported back to Germany.

Among those pictured are Gisele Soldinger (second from the right), Ida Soldinger (standing on the left), Hinda Rose Soldinger (fourth row from the front, third from the right) and Edgar David Soldinger (top row, center).

Also pictured is Mendel Szydlow standing in the last row, 8th person from the right holding his infant son Werner. His wife Berta Szydlow- Sieradzki is the 2nd person to the right of him. Mendel was deported on transport X and murdered in Auschwitz. His wife and son survived the war in hiding.

Also pictured are Menasche Steinhardt, his wife Eidla Edith Steinhardt-Safier and their son Harry Henri Steinhardt. Menasche is standing on the second row standing, second from the left, only his head visible behand the person with the darker cap. His wife with their son on her lap is sitting two persons to his right.

Date
1940 - 1941
Variant Locale
Bilsen
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Gisele Soldinger Warshawsky
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Record last modified: 2016-02-25 00:00:00
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