Re: Jager / Jaeger / Becher / Becherova #general


Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

I would like to remind everyone that the Yad Vashem website,
http://www.yadvashem.org, is an excellent place to look for one's
family - especially if one does not know what happened to them.

You can also search for submitters by name, using the Advanced Search
page.

Do not be fooled by the place information, as many submitters merely
reported what they were told or guessed regarding the place of their
relatives' deaths.

I have been fortunate to find unknown cousins who submitted Pages of
Testimony for their distant relatives.

Zev Griner

Intelligence File wrote:

Hello Fellow Researchers!

I can't believe that there isn't at least one person out there that
has the information I need to put this issue to rest:

Jaeger, Bedrich (Friedrich)
(This is my biological father)
DOB July 26, 1894
Arrived in Theresienstad September 4, 1942
Died in Maly Trostinec September 8, 1942

Jaeger, Oskar DOB November 30, 1896
Arrived in Theresienstadt July 2, 1942
Died in Osvetim September 28, 1944 (Shot)
There were two small children 7 & 9 -Same Name -
they died on the same day.

I am looking for any and all information, (I have nothing, except what
the Czech Republic was kind enough to send me,) i.e. Place of Birth,
Occupation, (we think he was a Rabbi), when and where he married my
mother Adele Becher (Becherova= Czech), perhaps in Bruck/Leita,
Austria...we don't know!

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