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Despite the German withdrawal on the Eastern front and the heavy aerial bombardment of German cities, the deportation of Jews from German cities did not stop. On December 18, 1943, a circular signed by Gestapo chief Heinrich Müller was sent out to all Sipo (Security Police) local headquarters. It permitted the deportation of Jews, whose marriage to non-Jews had terminated due to divorce or death of the non-Jewish spouse.
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Places: Traunkirchen, Upper Austria, Austria
Route of Transport: from Departing Station Traunkirchen, Upper Austria, Austria to Wien, Vienna, Austria on 02/06/1944
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Origin of Deportation: Traunkirchen, Upper Austria, Austria
Beginning of Event: 02/06/1944
Segment of Route: Departing Station
No. of People (Minimum Estimate): 1
No. of People (Maximum Estimate): 1
Destination of Deportation: Wien, Vienna, Austria
Arrival Station: Vienna, Nordbahnhof
Route of Transport: from Departing Station Wien, Vienna, Austria to Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia
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Origin of Deportation: Wien, Vienna, Austria
Segment of Route: Departing Station
Departure Station: Vienna, Nordbahnhof
No. of People (Minimum Estimate): 1
No. of People (Maximum Estimate): 1
Destination of Deportation: Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia
End of Event: 03/06/1944
Transport No. upon Arrival: IV/15b Ez
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Bibliography:
  • Jonny Moser, "Die Judenverfolgung in Oesterreich 1938-1945" (Wien: Europa Verlag, 1966), p. 49
  • Alfred Gottwaldt and Diana Schulle, "Die "Judendeportationen" aus dem Deutschen Reich 1938-1945" (Wiesbaden: Marix Verlag, 2005), p. 464
  • Miroslav Karny, et al. (eds.), "Terezinsca pametni kniha: Zidovske obeti nacisticky deportaci z Cech a Moravy 1941-1945" (Prague: Terezinsca Iniziativa, 1995), p. 73
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