Student Profile: Lilka Grawe

Gender: girl
School: Gymnasium and high school for girls


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Stage 1: Identity
Student's Given Name:
Lili Grawe
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/10/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
Lilka [Lili] Grawe
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/14/2015; Confirmed | Researcher: ghostwriter81
Birth Date:
1925-09-11
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/10/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
1925-11-09
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/14/2015; Confirmed | Researcher: ghostwriter81
Ghetto Street Address:
Bleicherweg, 33, Lodz Ghetto, Poland
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/10/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
 
Brunnenstrasse, 18, 36, Lodz Ghetto, Poland
Source: Lodz Ghetto Inhabitants
Status: Submitted 4/10/2013; Confirmed | Researcher: astidham
Approver Comment:
I appreciate your thorough research. However, Lili Grawe is so similar, and very likely a match, that I would consider Marjem Krawe as a distant possibility in comparison. If you remove the data referencing Marjem Krawe (and instead mention her in the comments field), then I will go ahead and confirm your submission. Excellent research!
User Comment:
Lilkas mother was Gustawa Grawe, they both were deported from Lodz to Auschwitz and from Auschwitz to concentration camp Flossenbürg - subcamp Freiberg. The camp was evacuated in April 1945 to Mauthausen in Austria, were her mother or both were liberated. Gustawa Grawa gave an report for the Zidovski Instytut Historyczny (Warsaw) ZIH 301/2501
Compare to the book "KZ Freiberg"
Approver Comment:
Please add this information to the appropriate fields on the next stages. Thank you for sharing what you know!

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Stage 2: The Ghetto
 
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Stage 3: Labor Camps
 
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Stage 4: Auschwitz & Beyond
 
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Stage 5: Liberation & After
 
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