Untitled [Postwar testimony of survivor J. J. Pinto from the transport of October 2, 1942, from Westerbork to Auschwitz]. (ID: 6343)
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Dutch Mission for the Tracing of Missing Persons
9 Feb 1951
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In addition to the name, date and place of birth, occupation, and address of the survivor whose testimony this is, this document also include the names of about 130 other prisoners he encountered. There are mentioned 2 men (and a third unnamed man) who were in Goglin (last names, one first name, approximate ages, places of origin), 3 who arrived in Schoppinitz in May 1943 (last and first names, approximate ages, and fates), 2 who came there in April 1943 (last and first names, approximate ages and fates), and another 48 who were in Schoppinitz (last names, sometimes their first names, approximate ages, fates). He also names 3 who were in Birkenau (last, sometimes first, approximate ages, and fates) and about 70 who were on his transport from Auschwitz (last and first names, dates of birth, and fates).