Totenbuch - List of the Dead

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Home Community Last Name First Name Religion Address Profession Born Died Buried Notes
Alt-Letz Achzehner, Frau Heidesch├╝tz In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Awender 1944 Yugoslavia
Alt-Letz Ramlfanger 1944 Part of the Internment of 1941, Werschetz.
Apatin Theer Kruschiwl In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Kilbertus, Lehrer 1944 Part of the Internment of 1941, Werschetz.
Banater Hof Marschal (Kind) 1935 Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Leber, Frau In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Schwarz, Mann Setschanfeld In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Schwarz, Frau Setschanfeld In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Ramlfanger, Frau In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Hergat 1942 Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Zopf, Frau Setschanfeld In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Filip (Frau) Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Bastian (Frau) 1874 Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Piller 1944 Part of the Internment of 1941, Werschetz.
Banater Hof Becker (Frau) Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Hornung (Mann) Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Hornung (Frau) Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Alt-Letz Zopf, Mann Setschanfeld In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.
Banater Hof Rehling (Frau) Rudolfsgnad In the Extermination and Internment camps, starved or otherwise died.

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