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The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names

The Database includes data regarding Jews who were victims of persecution during the Holocaust period: those who were murdered as well as many others

"I should like someone to remember that there once lived a person named David Berger."

David in his last letter, Vilna 1941

Renee Albersheim Maryla Albin Bertha, daugher of Lucie and Ovadia Bourla Aron Goldman Bodner Mara Coblic Edith Frank The Goldenberg Siblings (first names unknown) Gregory Shehtman The Gritz Family Samuel David Grosman Eta Halberstam Tamara Halpern and her Daughter Olga Krausz and her son Imre Jette, Herbert and Marlene Lachotski Toibe Lang Laura and Viliam Schwartz Sara Livshitz Boris and Maria Tzeitin Yehiel Mintzberg Riva Hakner Artur and Truda Rubin Margherita Rubinfeld and her daughter Helga Sarah (Sala) Rivka Steger The Schwartz Family Shraga Feiwel and Zipporah Picker Izabel and Solly Marton Ursula Loewenstein Elly Weisz Yosef Laska Valentina Zbar Kurt Peckel Florika Liebmann Bela Rodnianski Tema Lea née Furst Elisabeth Gersch and her daughter, Eva Zvi Segal Heinrich and Margarete Jacoby in Berlin, 1940 The two sisters, Chaya and Masha Kuszer, with an elderly man Marina Smargonski Gabor Neumann Lina Wagner and her son Robert Hannah Joskowitz and her daughter Zhunia

Yad Vashem, together with its partners, has collected and recorded here the names and biographical details of millions of victims of systematic anti-Jewish persecution during the Shoah. Over four of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis and their accomplices are commemorated here. Alongside them there is information regarding other Shoah victims, including some whose fate has yet to be determined. The names of many of thosemurdered remain unknown, and it is our collective duty to persist until all their names are recovered.

Do you know of Shoah Victims who were murdered? Submit a Page of Testimony for each of them, and attach a photograph when available, so they will always be remembered.

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