Liste von Wiener Nisko-Deportierten, die in Kamensk-Uralski verstarben

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LIST OF PERSONS DIED IN KAMENSK-URAL, U.S.S.R.,

ORIGINALLY DEPORTED TO NISKO FROM VIENNA.

FEDRIDT Rudolf, born in Trebitsch, died in summer 1942.

FREUDMANN Josef, born 18.5.1897 in Vienna, died 6.9.1942.

HOLZER David, born in February 1886 in Rechnitz, Burgenland, died 12.2.1942.

KATZER Berthold, born 25.12.1885 in Vienna, died 7.6.1943.

KLAUSNER Berthold, born 1883 in Vienna, died 20.2.1944.

LICHTBLAU Adolf, born in Vienna, died 1942.

LOEWY Jakob, born 1889 in Vienna, died 1943.

WURMFELD Adalbert, born 8.12.1866 in Gross Hirm, Burgenland, died summer 1942.

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