I am trying to find out what has happened to a friend of my mother.
called Erika Lustig >from Vienna. born in 1921 or 1922. Used to live in
Stiegergasse (15 bezirk), had a sister called Ilse (unfortunately found her
in the victims list) same with her mother Lustig Selma and grandparents
Gottlieb. Erika's parents separated and the father took Erika to Brno and
later to Prague. my mother has no idea if there was anyone left >from this
family. I found a microfilm of a newspaper where the name Erika Lustig
appeared as a surviver >from Theresienstadt (which is logical if she was in
Prague), but I could not find anything else.
Maybe one of the experts in this group can assist ? your help will be very
much appreciated. thanks.
Ruth Coman <ruth.coman@...>
Yael Goetzler asked about a friend of her mother's called Erika Lustig "from
Vienna, born in 1921 or 1922..... had a sister called Ilse (unfortunately
found her in the victims list) same with her mother Lustig Selma and
grandparents Gottlieb. Erika's parents separated and the father took Erika
to Brno and later to Prague. My mother has no idea if there was anyone left
from this family. I found a microfilm of a newspaper where the name ErikaLustig appeared as a surviver >from Theresienstadt..........."
The Terezin Memorial Book of Jewish victims >from Bohemia and Moravia,
Terezinska Pametni Kniha, shows Erika Lustig as a survivor of Transport DG
from Brno to Theresienstadt on 1 July 1943. Of the 60 people transported,24 survived to liberation in 1945. Unfortunately there was no other Lustig
on this transport so no evidence of what happened to her father.
SALUS, Bohemia; SCHUESSLER, Kolodeje nad Luznici, Wien, Trieste; LOEWY,
Kolodeje nad Luznici, Kolin; MELZER, Zatec; MOC,MOTZ, Bohemia
Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
Yael Goetzler search Erika Lustig which lived in Brno/Praha:
Erika Lustigova born Dec 28, 1923 was deported Jul 1, 1943 with transport Dg
from Brno to Terezin/Theresienstadt. She survived and was liberated inTerezin.
Source: Terezinska pametni kniha (Theresienstadt memorial book) page 1208.