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Boris Schweid

Boris Schweid was born in Presov, Czechoslovakia in 1905 to Leopold and Hany. He was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Presov, Czechoslovakia. During the war he was in Presov, Czechoslovakia.

Boris was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by his brother-in-law.

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: Schweid
First Name: Boris
Father's First Name: Leopold
Mother's First Name: Hany
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 1905
Place of Birth: Presov,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia    Search for all victims registered as born in this place    Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Marital Status: MARRIED
Spouse's Maiden Name: Lefkovits
Permanent Place of Residence: Presov,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia  Search for all victims registered as residing in this place  Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Profession: HOUSEWIFE
Place during the war: Presov,Saris,Slovakia,Czechoslovakia  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)
Place of Death: Deblin,Pulawy,Lublin,Poland  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: 1942
Submitter's Last Name: Schnitzer
Submitter's First Name: Joseph
Relationship to victim: BROTHER-IN-LAW
Status in the source: murdered
Type of material: Page of Testimony
Item ID: 1013474   
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