At 18:36 03/04/2020, Carol Jean Weightman via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
I am looking for information on the children of Josef and Felicia HAASE.
Are you able to extract any more information from what you have ?
I have looked through a large Israel database and cannot identify the names / facts you give
Aming much else https://www.myheritage.com/name-directory/@_0044_0041_0021 has a lot of people wirthe the HAASE surname - it is in Hebrew. Peter is not, of course a Hebrew name not is
As for immigrant ships which were lost there were:
Nov 1940 3 large immigrant ships caught : Milos, Pacific and Atlantic with 3500 immigrants from Germany Austria and Czechoslovakia. 1800 transferred to the Patria in Haifa Harbour to be sent to Mauritius. Hagana decided to prevent sailing but ignorance caused a disaster: 216 drowned
Dec 1940 "Salvador" sunk in the Dardanels with 352 Bulgarians. 239 drowned of them 66 children
1943 "Lili" was sunk by a British submarine close to Acre ( Akko) The PalYam crew downed
1944 A ship named Mafkura sailed from Romania and was torpedoed by a submarine in the Black Sea. 390 drowned, only 5 rescued
3 further ships Gyppo, Rim and Panc'o sunk - the people were rescued and imprisoned in British camps in the British Colonies
26 Nov 1946 the ship Ra'fi'ach ( formerly the Athina, built in 1893) was sunk, 8 immigrants drowned in the Island of Sirina, 785 passengers from Yugoslavia, Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria were saved and imprisoned in Cyprus
Search & Unite attempt to help locate people who, despite the passage
of so many years since World War II, may still exist "out