Looking for data on 12thEast transport April 1942 Berlin to Warsaw Ghetto: looking for family #germany #holocaust
The SS personal files are at the U.S. National Archives on microfilm and the Berlin Document Center. The microfilm is available to anyone who goes there but I don't know about access to the Berlin Document Center originals.
Here are some books that might be of interest:
Die Deportation der Juden aus Berlin : die nationalsozialistische Vernichtungspolitik und das Sammellager Grosse Hamburger Strasse / Akim Jah (2013)
Mahnort Güterbahnhof Moabit : die Deportation von Juden aus Berlin / Alfred Gottwaldt. (2015)
Jews in Nazi Berlin : from Kristallnacht to liberation / edited by Beate Meyer, Hermann Simon, and Chana Schütz. (2009) (translation of German original)
Das Sammellager in der Berliner Synagoge Levetzowstrasse 1941/42 / Philipp Dinkelaker. (2017)
Final sale in Berlin : the destruction of Jewish commercial activity, 1930-1945 / Christoph Kreutzmüller (2015) (translation of the German original)
Reichssicherheitshauptamt und Nachkriegsjustiz : das Bovensiepen-Verfahren und die Deportationen der Juden aus Berlin / Andreas Nachama (Hg.). (2015)
"Schon damals fingen viele an zu schweigen" : Quellensammlung zur Geschichte Charlottenburgs von 1933-1945 / [Beschaffung und Sichtung des Quellenmaterials, Hans Wienicke ; Erläuterung und Textgestaltung, Uwe Otto, Anne Jörg]. (1986)
Juden in Charlottenburg : ein Gedenkbuch / Verein zur Förderung des Gedenkbuches für die Charlottenburger Juden (Hrsg.). (2009)
Jüdisches Leben am Kurfürstendamm / Sonja Miltenberger (2011)
You can check www.worldcat.org to see what libraries in the Netherlands have these titles. NIOD should have at least some of them.
US Holocaust Memorial Museum
List of deportees on the 12th Transport is available at the following link:
Meanwhile have learned from USHMM (US Holocaust Museum) that following people were
involved in this transport which took place in Berlin April 2, 1942:
Nahme: Gerhard Stübs
SS-Hauptsturmführer and Kriminalkommissar Gestapo Berlin
geboren 17.10.1908 Sastelsitz Krs Regenwalde
The department for Jewish Affairs at the Berlin Gestapo, headed by SS-Untersturmführer Gerhard Stübs :
and his deputy Kriminaloberinspektor Franz Prüfer was put in charge of organizing the transports together with the Department of Jewish Affairs in the RSHA (IVD1). The task of compiling lists of deportees was given to the representatives of the Jewish community of Berlin
As far as known Stübs committed suicide. "
Who has more data/details on this transport and those names of mentioned Nazi officiers responsible for this transport? Who knows more about their fate after arrival April 5, 1942 in the Warsaw Ghetto? Thanks very much for all replies to help me find out more about what happened to my family after they were deported from Berlin Aprtil 2, 1942: Kaethe Lindenstaedt nee Lesser born Berlin 1887 and her brother Arthur Lesser born Berlin 1888.They lived in Berlin Charlottenburg at Mommsenstrasse 57.
Delft, the Netherlands