List of 34 Jews and other prisoners from the Netherlands who died in April and May 1943 at the Vught (Herzogenbusch) concentration (ID: 30592)
- 1 leaf ; tabs
- Number of Names or Other Entries-- 34 Names
- Survivors Registry Collection [photocopy]: Document File AA0031.
- A scan of this document in PDF format is available to authorized USHMM Computer Network users at T:\DArchives\ReferenceCollection\AA0031\AA0031.pdf.
- Source Institution: Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam
- Institutional Call Number-- 00001373
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Registers of dead --Netherlands --Vught.
- World War, 1939-1945 --Prisoners and prisons, German --Netherlands --Vught --Registers of dead.
- Vught (Concentration camp) --Registers of dead.
- Herzogenbusch (Concentration camp) --Registers of dead.
- [Additional Geographic Keywords: 's-Hertogenbosch]
- Formerly mistakenly assumed to be a partial register of deaths at the Westerbork concentration camp, this is in fact a non-alphabetical handwritten columnar register in landscape orientation showing facing pages cumulatively listing deaths between April 25, 1943 and May 10, 1943 at the Vught (Herzogenbusch) concentration camp.
- Columnar entries include cumulative entry number [= "Lf.NR."], prisoner type [= "Art.", e.g. "Jude", "Aso", "Sch.", etc.], prisoner number [= "H.Nr."], surname [= "Name"], forename [="Vorname"], birth date [= "Geb."], death date [= "Gest."], and cause of death [= "Todesursache"].
- Text in German.
- Cataloger-assigned title.
- Formerly cataloged under the mistaken cataloger-assigned title: List of 34 Jews and other prisoners from the Netherlands who died in April and May 1943 (probably in Westerbork).
- "1373"--Handwrittten notations at head and edge of document.
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A substantial percentage of these registrants were born outside the Netherlands, primarily Germany, and there are significant numbers of persons born in Hamburg, Cologne, Berlin and other places, as well as smaller numbers from Austria, Poland and elsewhere.
A useful history of the Dutch Jewish community prior to, during and after the German occupation is provided in Dienke Hondius' Return: Holocaust Survivors and Dutch Anti-Semitism, (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2003).
This collection includes a number of lists obtained from the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam. The lists include survivors documented after the war in various locations. Survivors include those identified as Dutch along with others, mostly German Jews, who may have immigrated to the Netherlands after the war.