Re: Judenrat, Vienna - Erich and Grete Breuer #austria-czech
robert fraser <robertandginafraser@...>
Personally. I find it inconceivable that anyone should want to selltoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
such a document as a card posted >from Theresienstadt on the open
market. Even if it's of no personal value, it is of value to a keeper
of records, such as the Yad Vashem or a Jewish communal organisation.
I have seen a vast collection in the Jewish museum in Vienna of
unclaimed family judaica - menorahs, tzetaka boxes, wine cups etc;
the remnants of families that are no more.
Happy (goyishe) New Year.
Dianella, Western Australia
NOWAK - Moravia,Austria
EISINGER - Moravia - >
FINKELSTEIN - Galicia, Poland
NAGEL - Austria
KRAUTERBLUTH - ? Galicia
From: Celia Male [mailto:celiamale@...]
Sent: Monday, 27 December 2004 7:15 PM
To: Austria-Czech SIG
Subject: [austriaczech] Judenrat, Vienna - Erich and Grete Breuer
On Sept 10th 2004, I wrote <Links to our family
history turn up in surprising places, so it is a good
idea to check regularly on a well-known internet
auction site [this cannot be named because of its
commercial nature] just in case any vital family
mementos appear serendipitously and are auctioned to
strangers. You can register keyword on this site and
you will be notified every time they appear. I
regularly check Vienna and collectables and omit some
word to narrow down the number of articles. Today for
instance, I found a postcard which might be of
interest to one our members:
The card was sent >from Theresienstadt by detainee Anna
ERMES to Erich & Gret[h]e BREUER in Vienna, on 1 Feb
1944. Their address is given as that of the IKG:
2-4 Seitenstettengasse, Vienna 1.>
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