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The majority of the Jewish population of East Prussia was deported in the summer of 1942 in large transports to Minsk, Riga and Theresienstadt. Later, smaller transports left for Theresienstadt via Berlin. By 1944, the only Jews remaining in the city of Königsberg were either enrolled in forced labour, or were protected by deportation by virtue of having a non-Jewish parent or by being married to a non-Jewish spouse. Upon the death of the non-Jewish spouse or of the non-Jewish parent, these Jewish relatives were added to the deportation lists.
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Route of Transport: from Departing Station Koenigsberg, Koenigsberg, East Prussia, Germany to Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia on 17/01/1944
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Origin of Deportation: Koenigsberg, Königsberg (Pr.) (Königsberg (Pr.)), East Prussia, Germany
Transport No: XIV/2
Beginning of Event: 17/01/1944
Segment of Route: Departing Station
Means of Transportation: קרונות מחלקה שלישית
No. of People (Maximum Estimate): 10
Destination of Deportation: Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia
End of Event: 19/01/1944
Transport No. upon Arrival: XIV/2
Agencies of Deportation:
Officials in Charge of Transport: Horst Freytag
Rail Company: Deutsche Reichsbahn
Nationality of the Officials: German
Link to Library: Die "Judendeportationen" aus dem Deutschen Reich, 1941-1945
Bibliography: Alfred Gottwaldt, Diana Schulle, Die "Judendeportationen" aus dem Deutschen Reich 1941-1945 (Wiesbaden: Marix Verlag, 2005), p.462
Link to Archives: Testimony of Michael Wieck, regarding his experiences in Koenigsberg during Kristallnacht, the deportation of Jews and the attitude of the Soviet authorities toward the Jewish survivors

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