Gabor Hirsch: Az Auschwitz- Stutthofi transport 1944 szept. 27.-en,
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Gabor Hirsch is interested in locating or finding further information about a boy he was with at Birkenau.
Dear Mr. Schmideg
My questions concerning the Holocaust data: are they from the census April 1944, as in the census from Bekescsaba, neolog as well as orthodox birth date and place are not included but just the address. In the Death register of the county archive (Gyula) many of the victims are declared dead by family members, with place and date of Auschwitz and the arrival date 29 June given (sometimes incorrectly).
I am attaching a list of women who were transported from Auschwitz to Stutthof with the names of women who were born or their last address was Gyor. As 2/3 of the entry book is missing it is only a part of this transport. My cousin told us, that on the 25 September in the BIII camp or Mexiko a selection was held and my and her mother and several other women from Bekescsaba were victims of this. In 1993/94 I was informed by the ITS (International Tracing Service) that my mother was registered in Stutthof on the 27. September and died there on 18. December. As I was curious what happened to the other women and found out by getting the transport list that it was a group of 4501 women, out of them 1849 Hungarians. The entry book is, only partly preserved 30%. The transport list contained 1) consecutive numbers, 2) family names, 3) first names, 4) Birth date, 5) camp registry number. During my visit in Stutthof I found additional data in the entry book, maiden name, birth place, last address, date of death and number in death book. I found several women from Bekescsaba. I don't know if any of the women from Gyor are alive, I am interested to hear about the camp.There is also a book from Yad Vashem dealing with the Hungarian women in KZ Stutthof, I sent a copy of the book to the "Auschwitz Foundation" in Budapest.
coNr Page Name Vorname
Maiden. Geb.dat.Reg.Nr.Born Last Adr. died rem
If I remember correctly, in the last month of the existence of Birkenau I was together with a boy from Gyor, my recollections are very sketchy. It might have been after the two selections in the Gypsy camp 27 Sept. Yom Kippur / 10 October Simchat Torah, BIIa, BIId camps may have been up to the final evacuation in 18 January. He was about my age born 1929 - 1930, he survived as we saw each other by accident in 1946 or 47 in the "Angolpark" in Budapest and both of us continued our study in the Gymnasium. I know that this is a very insufficient description but I don't expect that there were too many surviving boys from Auschwitz. If he was tattooed in the last month of our stay, his number could be around B-147xx.
In May I am visiting Hungary, I would like to contact Mr. Lonyai to get more information of his sources.