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Slavko Hirsch

Slavko Hirsch was born in Glina, Poland in 1893 to Bertold and Josipa. He was a physician and married Josefina nee Robicek. Prior to WWII he lived in Osijek, Yugoslavia. During the war he was in Derventa, Yugoslavia.

Slavko was murdered in the Shoah.

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

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: Hirsch
Last Name: Hirsh
First Name: Slavko
Father's First Name: Bertold
Mother's First Name: Josipa
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 18/03/1893
Place of Birth: Glina,Poland    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 First Name: Josefina
Spouse's Maiden Name: Robicek
Permanent Place of Residence: Osijek,Croatia,Yugoslavia  Search for all victims registered as residing in this place  Shows location on the map and info about the place (when available)
Profession: PHYSICIAN
Place during the war: Derventa,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Yugoslavia  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: Jasenovac,Croatia,Yugoslavia  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: Marberger
Submitter's First Name: Lea
Relationship to victim: BROTHER
Status in the source: murdered
Type of material: Page of Testimony
Item ID: 897990   
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