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Dear friends,

I am searching for any information on the following people:
My great aunt and uncle, Valerie Roth Schwarz and Hugo Schwarz.
They were >from Vienna and ended up in Prague where I've yet to
find any further information on them. I believe Hugo was an engineer.

Valerie's mother, Berta Steinmann Roth, I recently discovered died in Prague.
Her death or burial date is Feb. 1942. She was buried in the New Jewish Cemetery.
While some of the family got out of Wien before the Anschluss, and some
were able to obtain visas elsewhere, these three somehow ended up in Prague.
Given the horrible conditions as of early 1942, how could Berta have been
buried in the new cemetery with an accurate record?
Any insights to these mysteries are very welcome.
Many thanks,
Tanya Roland

Researching ROTH, ROSENBERG, STEINMANN, SPERLING, REICH, ROTHENBERG, ROSENSWEIG,
ROLAND, SCHWARZ, LEER, ZEIMER, ROSEWICZ, LATEK, CZERNY








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