Student Profile: L. Bakalarski

Gender: boy
School: School #20B


Start your research
Stage 1: Identity
Student's Given Name:
Luzer Bakalarska
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
Luzer Bakalarski
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
Birth Date:
1929-01-20
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
1929-01-29
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
Ghetto Street Address:
Franzstrasse, 88, 1, Lodz Ghetto, Poland
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
Franzstrasse, 96, Lodz Ghetto, Poland
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 12/22/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
User Comment:
I searched the database under the exact setting for the first initial "L" and the last name Bakalarski, and it returned one match. Luzer Bakalarski was born January 20, 1929, which falls into the age range for having attended School #20B. He lived at Franzstrasse 88 and Franzstrasse 96. He has a date of April 17, 1943 listed in his notes, but no indicating abbreviation for what occurred on that day. There are no further notes listed.
Approver Comment:
I agree this is the student who most likely signed this name in the album. Thank you for adding the additional spelling and date of birth to this stage.

Discussions

No discussions
Stage 2: The Ghetto
Father's Name:
Jakob Bakalarski
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 6/12/2013; Possible | Researcher: astidham
Sibling's Names:
Chaim Szymon Bakalarski
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 6/12/2013; Possible | Researcher: astidham
Deported / Transferred:
1943-04-17
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 6/12/2013; Possible | Researcher: astidham
Camp Deported/Transferred to:
Auschwitz, Poland
Source: Secondary Sources
Status: Submitted 6/12/2013; Possible | Researcher: astidham
User Comment:
By searching under the exact last name of Bakalarski and matching shared addresses, I was able to find 2 individuals listed as living with Luzer. Jakob (born October 14, 1904) was the oldest male listed as living at the residence, and I believe that he was Luzer's father. Chaim (born May 20, 1938) was the only other child listed at the residence, and I believe that he was Luzer's brother. All of the family members share a deportation date of April 17, 1943. According to secondary sources, this date indicates a deportation to Auschwitz. I was unable to find any further information on Luzer or Chaim after this date, but according to secondary sources, 97 people were admitted into Auschwitz that date. By double checking jewishgen.org Holocaust database, I was able to find that Jakob was admitted into Auschwitz that day. He was transferred to Dachau on September 16, 1944 and he perished there on November 24, 1944. I believe that Luzer and Chaim perished on April 17, 1943 upon arrival at Auschwitz.
Approver Comment:
I am going to cautiously mark this as possible until we know more about what happened to Luzer specifically. It is still possible the April 17, 1943 date simply represents a move within the ghetto. Have you checked additional records under Bakalarska?

Discussions

No discussions
Stage 3: Labor Camps
 
No research performed on this stage

Discussions

No discussions
Stage 4: Auschwitz & Beyond
 
No research performed on this stage

Discussions

No discussions
Stage 5: Liberation & After
 
No research performed on this stage

Discussions

No discussions
Research contributed by the following user