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Abram Haitov

Abram Haitov was born in Parnu, Estonia in 1894. He was married Zvija. Prior to WWII he lived in Parnu, Estonia. During the war he was in Parnu, Estonia.

Abram was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by his researcher.

During the Shoah, Jews were murdered in a variety of ways, among them gassing, shooting, burning, drowning or burial alive, exhaustion through forced labor, starvation, epidemic diseases, deprivation of medical care and minimal hygienic conditions, and more

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Source: Pages of Testimony
Last Name: Haitov
First Name: Abram
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 1894
Place of Birth: Parnu,Parnumaa,Estonia    Search for all victims registered as born in this place    Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Citizenship: Estonia
Marital Status: MARRIED
Spouse's First Name: Zvija
Spouse's First Name: Zille
Permanent Place of Residence: Parnu,Parnumaa,Estonia  Search for all victims registered as residing in this place  Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Place during the war: Parnu,Parnumaa,Estonia  Search for all victims registered as present in this place during the war  Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Wartime Address: RÄÄMA T 3
Place of Death: Parnu,Parnumaa,Estonia  Search for all victims registered as having died in this place  Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Date of Death: 26/07/1941
Age: 47
Cause of Death: KILLING
Submitter's Last Name: Frank
Submitter's Last Name: Nassalevitsh
Submitter's First Name: Sore
Relationship to victim: RESEARCHER
Is the Submitter a Survivor?: NO
Status in the source: murdered
Type of material: Page of Testimony
Item ID: 10105231   
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