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This transport was announced in the Daily Orders issued by the Jewish leadership on October 2, 1942. That morning, each inmate scheduled for transport was informed of his upcoming deportation. Those who were considered to fill vital positions in the ghetto were given a very short period to file an appeal. On the next day, the final summonses were sent out, and the inmates on this transport were ordered to pack their belongings, and report to the quarantine site (“Schleuse”) at the courtyard of the Aussig Barracks. During quarantine, the Jewish leadership was able to intermittently arrange for provisions and supplies.
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  • 05/10/1942
  • Aussig Barracks
  • Marched by foot
  • Bohusovice train station
  • Cattle Cars
Beginning of Event (reconstructed) : 05/10/1942
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1000
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1000
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at end of event : 1000
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at end of event : 1000
Origin of Deportation : Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia
Stopover : Bohusovice, Litomerice, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia
Destination of Deportation : Treblinka, Extermination Camp, Poland
End of Event (reconstructed) : 07/10/1942
Operational Framework : Aktion Reinhard
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Link to historical background : Historical background: from Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia to Treblinka, Extermination Camp, Poland between dates 05/10/1942 - 10/10/1942
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