Logan J. Kleinwaks
Yad Vashem's new Shoah Related Lists Database
has information about four lists that mention Danzig, including
scanned images of two (indicated by * below):
List of survivors >from Bydgoszc, Gdansk, and Wloclawek, 1945, 1939 names
List of Jews in Gdansk, 1950, 205 names
* List of Jewish survivors >from Gdansk, who after WWII lived in the Dolny
Slask region, Poland, 27/12/1946, 7 names (database indicates there are 4
names, but 7 are visible in the scan)
* List of Jewish survivors >from Gdynia, who after WWII lived in the Dolny
Slask region, Poland, 04/10/1946, 23 names (databases indicates 24) -- there
seems to have been a problem with the scanning, which I wrote to Yad Vashem
about, so that the part of the list showing the surnames is missing
Are any SIG members familiar with the two lists not scanned?
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
near Washington, D.C.