Despite the fact that Cologne was being bombed by Allied low-flying aircraft in 1944, three small transports were still sent to Theresienstadt. There were two special transports for single persons in February and April, and in mid September the Swiss consul Franz Rudolf von Weiss reported that the arrest of "Half Aryans" had begun in earnest. In October 1944, a group was sent to Theresiensadt and, immediately upon their arrival, the men were reportedly beaten to death.
This transport which left Cologne on an unknown date arrived in Theresienstadt on February 23 1944. The only deportee was Felix Schwoim, born 1892 in Leshtshovsky, Zolotonosha (Russia). His last residence was in Betzdorf near Siegen. In September 1944 Schwoim was sent to Auschwitz and murdered there.
This transport was registered in the Theresienstadt ghetto listings by the number III/10Ez1 where the Roman numeral III refers to Cologne and the letters ‘Ez’ mark this as a one-person transport (“Einzeltransport”).