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About the Mengele Twins

                                                                             

As part of the 70th anniversary of the liberation, CANDLES will commemorate the 3,000 twins who were victims of Dr. Josef Mengele's deadly genetic experiments at Auschwitz. Each week, beginning January 24th and continuing weekly through the year, CANDLES will highlight the lives of a set of Mengele Twins. For some, there is a wealth of information available about them before and after the Holocaust; for others there are only their names. We seek to remember their courage and honor their lives. 

If you have knowledge about a Mengele twin that you'd like to contribute to our project, we encourage you to contact the museum at dorothy@candlesholocaustmuseum.org.

Thomas and Peter, March 1945, a few days after they returned to Pecs from Auschwitz. The bags were made by the twins to carry bread or other food during their travels back to Hungary.

Thomas (Somogyi) Simon and Peter Somogyi were born on April 14, 1933, in the university town of Pecs, Hungary. Their father, Josef,  owned a prosperous automotive parts industry and was the first in the town to sell cars – he was a Ford representative. Their mother, Erzsebet, kept a strictly Kosher household at home, but when he went to other towns, they were not very strict. A German nanny took care of the twins and their older sister, Alice. She taught them German and they became quite fluent. When the twins turned five, they began piano lessons at home. The next year they joined a boy scout troop.

The first day of elementary school for the Somogyi children was also was the first day of World War II (Sept. 1, 1939). Later, they attended a private high school run by a cistercian order of priests. It was considered the best high school of Pecs.

Even though antisemitic laws were enacted in Hungary as early as 1933, Josef felt they were better off than the Jews in Poland or the Baltics. After all, Josef had been an officer in the Austro-Hungarian army, so he felt protected from the rising sentiments against Jews.The Somogyi family had long been assimilated into the Hungarian culture and community. Josef had many Christian customers. Thomas and Peter don’t recall experiencing overt antisemitism until after the German invasion.

On March 19, 1944, German troops invaded Hungary and life changed rapidly. Within weeks, Jews had to wear the yellow star. At the end of the first term in high school, Thomas and Peter had to take their exams with the Jewish star on their Hungarian national uniform. The priests were embarrassed about this; some of them were sympathetic and kind. However, the students harassed them and picked fights. The Somogyi children were considered “external” students because they were Jewish. Some of the other “external” students (Protestants) were treated as badly as the Somogyi children.

By May the Jewish families were herded into a ghetto formed in a working-class neighborhood of Pecs. The residents of that neighborhood vacated and moved into the Jewish families’ flats. The Somogyis were assigned only one room. Josef had already been sent to a “labor brigade” to assist the Hungarian army in the war effort, thus eliminating any possibility of resistance in the ghetto. The ghetto was policed by the regular Hungarian police, who were much more humane than the gendarmerie. Families were still able to use money to buy food and other necessities, so they had enough food to eat. Children no longer went to school, but families organized activities like private tutoring.

The Somogyis remained in the ghetto for about six weeks, at which time all residents were taken away to a gendarmerie camp—formerly horse stables—in Pecs.Conditions there were more severe. People slept in stalls and had only latrines available to them. Families stayed there for a week before deportation.

On July 6, 1944, the families were forced to walk from the camp to the train station, where they  were loaded into cattle cars; they had no idea where the transports were taking them. For three days they traveled without food or water. The trains arrived in Auschwitz-Birkenau on July 9th.

Thomas and Peter remember lining up on the platform at Birkenau and seeing prisoners in striped uniforms, but they didn’t understand where they were or what was happening. A guard called out “twins”  in German, and Erzsebet raised her hand in response, thinking she was helping her sons. A German officer who turned out to be Josef Mengele told the boys to step out of line. On the train, Erzsebet had told her sons that if they were ever separated and anyone asked, they should say they were nine years old, rather than eleven. So throughout their imprisonment at Auschwitz, Thomas and Peter posed as nine-year-olds.

On the selection platform, the twins were separated from their family, and they never saw their mother and sister again. Thomas and Peter were driven by ambulance to a barracks for twin boys, where they were tattooed and met the other twins. Although Thomas was only eleven years old, he knew the separation from his family was permanent.

Thomas recalls about 50 pairs of boy twins living in his barrack, most of them from Hungary. Dwarfs lived there, as well. There were only a few adults. The twin girls were in another area. Thomas and Peter were among the last to arrive at the barracks; Thomas recalls only one other set arriving after him: Karoly and Robert Brichta, from the suburbs of Budapest.

The twin barracks contained three levels of wooden bunks and was very crowded. They did not receive sufficient food, nor in the winter, sufficient heat. Children under the age of 10 received a little milk every night.

The Somogyi twins felt fortunate because they did not endure as many experiments as others, perhaps because they arrived so late at Auschwitz. Most of the time, the doctors took blood from the boys;  they were not injected with any substances. Beyond that, they were measured. One of the most unpleasant things Thomas recalls is having impressions made of his teeth, because his mouth was filled with gypsum or a similar substance. It wasn’t until the Somogyi brothers had a meeting in Jerusalem with other Mengele twins (1985) that Thomas learned of the experiments performed on other twins.

One night, “Dr. Tilo,” who was a rival of Mengele, arrived at the twins’ barrack and selected Thomas and Peter for extermination, because they were too young to work. Mengele didn’t know about it. When Mengele was notified, he nullified the extermination request.

Thomas remembers prisoners getting caught in the electric fence and burning to death. He remembers prisoners’ beatings and punishments. The Roma “Gypsy” camp was located next to the twins’ barracks; Thomas remembers the screaming as they were rounded up one night and sent to the gas chambers.

As the Soviet troops approached Auschwitz, the Nazi officers panicked and set the “Kanada” warehouse on fire to destroy the evidence inside. Thomas and Peter had to push cartloads of possessions s that the Nazis had taken from the prisoners to add to the fire.

As the Soviet troops approached, the Nazis forced the prisoners on a death march toward Germany. Thomas and Peter were too weak to join them. When the Soviet army arrived at Auschwitz, they did not expect to find such death and starvation. 

Peter, Josef, and Thomas, 1947 (courtesy of the USC Shoah Fdn)

There were many young twins remaining at the camp, as well as the boys’ leader, Zvi Spiegel. Zvi took responsibility for the boys and did as much as he could to protect them. After liberation, when the twins decided they wanted to return home, Zvi helped them. They set off on foot to Krakow, occasionally getting lifts from Soviet soldiers in trucks. They stayed in Krakow for a few weeks and went door to door begging for food.

Thomas and Peter arrived in Pecs on March 1, 1945; they were the first deportees to return to Pecs and  the only children to survive.  Some months later, their father returned—he had been imprisoned in Dachau. They eventually got their house returned to them.  Of the 4,500 Jews in Pecs, only several hundred survived.

Thomas was quite sick after liberation, with scarlet fever and pleurosy. He and Peter eventually returned to school. They were the first in Pecs to have a bar mitzvah after the war. Josef rebuilt his business, and in 1947 he married. This was first time Thomas realized that his mother was never coming back.

In April 1949, Josef decided he wanted to leave Hungary and move to Israel. He sent Peter and Thomas  first. The twins escaped Hungary (because there was no legal way to exit Hungary) with the help of a Zionist organization and traveled through Czechoslovakia, Austria, and Italy before arriving in Israel. The boys settled in a Youth Alliyah program in western Gallilee, where they stayed for two years. By then, his father and new mother obtained exit visas, and they all settled in Jerusalem. Peter was called to the army; Thomas stayed behind (he served later). Thomas then served in the ministry of education. In 1956 the family moved to England for a couple years and then onto Canada in 1958. It was Josef’s wish to end up in Canada or Australia.

Thomas married in 1960 and has three children. Peter lives in the United States; he has two children and four grandchildren.

Thomas Simon, 1995 (courtesy of the USC Shoah Fdn)

Thomas urges young people to try to judge each individual on his or her own merits, and not to generalize. Even in the worst situation, at Auschwitz, there were some perpetrators who showed acts of kindness. He remembers toward the end, in an instance of humanity, some SS officers passed sugar cubes to the twin boys when other officers were not looking. In each group, there are decent people and wicked people. You cannot group them all together.  Try to be as understanding as you can.

Peter Somogyi, 2015

Peter wants to tell the next generations that the Holocaust really happened—he was an eyewitness—it was not just a story.

Thomas Simon’s tattoo number: A 17455
Peter Somogyi’s tattoo number:  A17454.

Archived Mengele Twin Stories

The following twins have been found by CANDLES.

Number

Name

Age

Born

Liberated

Notes

A-6029

A-7739

 

A-1433

Adler, Fanny

Adler (Berkowitz), Marc

 

Bach (Back), Isidor

12

12

 

17

Feb 15, 1932

Feb 15, 1932

 

Jun 25, 1927

Jan 27, 1945

Jan 27, 1945

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-1434

Bach (Back), Uscher

17

Jun 25, 1927

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Baum, Miriam Shteinhoff

 

 

 

 

 

Baum, Yizchak

 

 

 

 

B-14732

Basch, Morton

15

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

B-14731

Basch, Samio

15

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Blau (Eitan), Rachel

 

 

 

 

 

Blau, Eva

 

 

 

 

A-5104

Bleier, Moshe (Mickey) Offer

31

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5103

Bleier, Tibi

31

Sep 31, 193?

 

Died in Auschwitz

A-7199

Blyer, Edith Balderman

9

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Blyer, Yiczhak Efrat

 

 

 

 

 

Braver (see Lustig-Braver)

 

 

 

 

 

Bryer, (Brother)

 

 

 

 

 

Bryer, Yehudith Mayer

 

 

 

 

A-17456

Brichta, Andreas (Mordechai)

10

Jan 5, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-17457

Brichta, Karl (Yoel Alon)

10

Jan 5, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-14096

Brown, Kalman Baron

14

May 31, 1930

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-1409?

Brown, Yehudit Karen

14

May 31, 1930

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7057

Csengeri, Lea

7

Jun 6, 1937

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7058

Csengeri, Judit Barnes

7

Jun 6, 1937

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Czuker, Irena Shtronwasser

 

 

 

 

 

Czuker, Lea Berkman

 

 

 

 

A-5136

Demst(Dunst), Lilly

19

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5135

Demst(Dunst), Therese

19

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-9745

Deutsch, Katalin

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-9746

Deutsch, Martha

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Deitch, Hana Faiger

 

 

 

 

 

Deitch, Rache (Rose) Markowitz

 

 

 

 

A-8737

Eckstein, Rona

7

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-8738

Eckstein, Vera

8

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Feig, Esther

 

 

 

Sought by sister, Ita

 

Feig, Ita

 

 

 

 

A-15675

Frankfurt, Georg

14

Oct 13, 1930

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-15676

Frankfurt, Laslo

14

Oct 13, 1930

Jan 27, 1945

Sought by Uncle

A-3103

Frankovitz, Jacob

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-3102

Frankovitz, Morris

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7202

Fridman, Olga Smadar

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7203

Fridman, Zahava

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Fuggel, Ezra

 

 

 

 

 

Fuggel, Menashe

 

 

 

Died in Israel

 

Fux, Miriam

 

 

 

 

 

Fux, Yona Laks

 

 

 

 

A-13202

Goldenthal, Aleksandor

9

Feb 16, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-13203

Goldenthal, Ernest

9

Feb 16, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Goldenthal, Amy

 

 

 

 

A-7200

Grenbaum, Varda

19

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7201

Grenbaum, Yolanda Yosef

19

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-21945

Grossman, Olga Solomon

6

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-21946

Grossman, Vera Krieghel

6

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Gutman, Menahem (Menesel)

 

 

 

 

 

Gutman, (sister)

 

 

 

 

 

Gutman, Yoel

 

 

 

Missing since liberation

 

Gutman, (Triplet sister)

 

 

 

Presumed dead

70917

Guttman, Renata (Hizme)

7

Dec 21, 1937

Jan 27, 1945

 

169061

Guttman, Rene Slotkin

7

Dec 21, 1937

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-17546

Hadl (Hade) Paul Heimler

6

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-17545

Hadl (Hade), George Heimler

6

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

72890

Heilbrunn, Annetta

20

Feb 4, 1924

 

 

72919

Heilbrunn, Stephanie

20

Feb 4, 1924

 

 

A-7223

Hermann, Ibora

12

 

 

 

A-7222

Hermann, Peroska

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Herman, (Brother)

 

 

 

 

 

Herman, Czvi Weisel

 

 

 

 

A-5080

Herskovic, Helen Rapaport

23

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5079

Herskovic, Pearle Pufeles

23

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Herskowitz, Ruth

 

 

 

 

A-7062

Hoffman, Ida

20

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7061

Hoffman, Olga Adler

20

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Hornung, Henryk

 

Jan 31, 1940

 

 

 

Hornung, Wigdor

 

Jan 31, 1940

 

 

A-7047

Kafr (Kaff), Mira

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7048

Kafr (Kaff), Vera

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5331

Klein, Frank (Ferenc)

12

Jun 7, 1932

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5332

Klein, Otto

12

Jun 7, 1932

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Klein, Bela

 

 

 

 

 

Klein, (Brother)

 

 

 

Died in Auschwitz

A-2459

Kleinman, Peter Josef Greenfield

4

Apr 14, 1940

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-4931

Kleinmann, Martha

4

Apr 14, 1940

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7052

Labowicz, Ewa

15

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7051

Labowicz, Lili

15

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-6033

Lazarovitz, Ethel Yoskovich

15

Jan 7, 1929

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5722

Lazarovitz, Yiczhak

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7052

Lebowitz, Have Eva Kreener

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7051

Lebowitz, Lulu Pasternak

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5141

Levinger, Piroska

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Levinger, Rachel Zehira

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Levinstein, Herman

 

 

 

 

 

Levinstein, Lili Birkenfeld

 

 

 

 

 

Lieberman, Gota

 

 

 

 

 

Lieberman, (sister)

 

 

 

 

 

Lipshitz, Elimeleck

 

 

 

 

 

Lipshitz, Zeipora Milstein

 

 

 

 

A-7059

Lorenczy, Leora Gluck

10

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-12090

Lorenczy, Menashe (Shandor)

10

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-1295

Lowy (Lovy), Leopold

14

Apr 6, 1928

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Lowy (Lovy), Miriam

14

Apr 6, 1928

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Lustig-Brauer(Braver), Agnes

2

Dec 22, 1942

Jan 27, 1945

Died of Pneumonia

 

Lustig-Brauer(Braver), Eva

2

Dec 22, 1942

 

Died in Auschwitz

 

Lustig-Brauer(Braver), Judith

2

Dec 22, 1942

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7737

Malek, Elias

3

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7738

Malek, Jacob

3

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7736

Malek, Slomo (Solomon)

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5131

Malek, Yehudith Feig

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-1383

Mayer (Meier), Moses

13

1931

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-3841

Mayer (Meier), Ahuva (Luba)

13

1931

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-3637

Mermelstein, Marta

11

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-3638

Mermelstein, Waleria

11

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Mintz, Rivka Vered

 

 

 

 

 

Mintz, (Sister)

 

 

 

Died in Auschwitz

 

Moskowitz, Elizabeth

 

 

 

 

A-7063

Mozes, Eva

10

Jan 31, 1934

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7064

Mozes, Miriam

10

Jan 31, 1934

Jan 27, 1945

Died in Israel,1993

B-10508

Reichenberg, Efraim

16

Feb 11, 1928

Jan 27, 1945

 

B-10507

Reichenberg, Laslo

16

Feb 11, 1928

 

Died in Auschwitz

 

Rosen, Eva

 

 

 

Sought by relative

 

Rosen, Helen

 

 

 

Sought by relative

A-7055

Rosenbaum, Judith

10

Mar 25, 1934

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7054

Rosenbaum, Ruth

10

Mar 25, 1934

 

Died in Auschwitz

 

Sainer (Novomkova) Hana

 

 

 

 

 

Sainer, Ilan

 

 

 

 

A-5723

Salomon,Lipot

21

Apr 12, 1944

 

Deceased, 1965

A-5724

Salomon, Dezso

 

 

 

Deceased, 1996

A-7208

Sander, Rozsi (Renee)

13

Oct 6, 1931

Apr 30, 1945

 

A-14094

Sander(Szander), Josef

13

Oct 6, 1931

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Sattler, Gardony(Magda)Tiborne

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5128

Sattler, Rolme (Vera) Lengyel

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-9272

Sauer, Margit

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-9271

Sauer, Sara

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Schlesinger, Harry

15

Sep 3, 1929

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5773

Schlesinger, Sidonia

15

Sep 3, 1929

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7254

Schlesinger, Martha

12

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Schlesinger, (Sister)

 

 

 

Died in Auschwitz

60721

Schlesinger, Paula

 

 

 

 

A-7710

Schwartz, Elizabeth

 

 

 

 

 

Schwartz, Yakov

 

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Schwartz, Yehuda

 

 

 

 

 

Schwartz, Eva

 

 

 

Died in Auschwitz

A-10

Solomon, Charlotte Malte

9

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-11

Solomon, Rosalia

9

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Solomon, Shaul Almog

 

 

 

 

 

Solomon, Slomo Almog

 

 

 

 

A-17454

Somogyi, Peter

9

Apr 14, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-17455

Somogyi, Tomas

9

Apr 14, 1935

Jan 27, 1945

 

(The Somogyi twins were 11 but their mother gave 1935 as their birth year because she thought it would help them.)

A-7729

Spiegel, Ernst Czvi

29

Jan 5, 1915

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Spiegel, Magda Zalikovich

29

Jan 5, 1915

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-8273

Stern, Hojnol

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-8272

Stern, Lea

14

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-2507

Taub, George

11

Feb 13, 1933

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-2508

Taub, Imre

11

Feb 13, 1933

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Taub, Yizchak

 

 

 

 

 

Taub, Zerah

 

 

 

 

 

Vigozcka, Rachel Vachtel

 

 

 

 

 

Vigozcka, Sarah Lushek

 

 

 

 

 

Vissan, (Brother)

 

 

 

Died in Auschwitz

 

Vissan, Yuppy Yan Oobelman

 

 

 

 

A-7045

Wasserman, Frieda

16

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-7046

Wasserman, Gisella

16

 

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-6026

Weiss, Ewa

12

Aug 10, 1932

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-6027

Weiss, Vera

12

Aug 10, 1932

Jan 27, 1945

 

 

Weiss, Jonathan Bandy

 

 

 

 

 

Weiss, Mayer (Bela)

 

 

 

 

 

Zawer, Miri Sheinberger

 

 

 

 

 

Zawer, Sarah Tigherman

 

 

 

 

A-3102

Zelmanovitz, Mor

11

Jun 7, 1933

Jan 27, 1945

 

A-5419

Zelmanowitz, Eva

11

Jun 7, 1933

Jan 27, 1945

 


The following twins are identified as having been liberated from Auschwitz or a subcamp, but have not been located by CANDLES.

Number

Name

Age

Born

A-9747

Havas, Agnes

17

Aug 21, 1927

A-9748

Havas, Judith

17

Aug 21, 1927

A-2??00

Laks, Jon

16

Apr 25, 1928

A-2514

Pollack, Abraham

20

Nov 21, 1924

A-2515

Pollack, Jacob

20

Nov 21, 1924

A-5417

Pollak, Rozsi

17

Mar 11, 1927

A-5416

Roth, Hermine

17

Mar 11, 1927

A-5415

Roth, Piroska

17

Mar 11, 1927

B-5405

Appelbaum, Edek (Adolf)

6

 

B-5406

Appelbaum, Milek (Hilek)

6

 

A-7212

Baum, Judith

14

May 31, 1930

B-14005

Binet, Gaszpar

6

 

B-14006

Binet, Uszn (Robert)

6

 

A-12080

Bleir, Erno

8

Feb 6, 1936

A-17452

Brodt, Antol

14

Mar 12, 1930

A-17453

Brodt, Jozef

14

Mar 12, 1930

76483

Bucci, Andra

5

 

76484

Bucci, Liliana (Tatiana)

7

 

A-5132

David, Margit

58

 

A-7060

Fekete, Izabella

7

 

A-12089

Fekete, Vilmoe

7

 

A-7740

Feld, Ludwig

40

Mar 29, 1904

A-782

Fischer, Georg

8

Jul 1, 1936

A-781

Fischer, Josef

8

Jul 1, 1936

A-12081

Friedmann, Jakob

19

Oct 12, 1925

A-12082

Friedmann, Mozes

19

Oct 12, 1925

A-2513

Goldberger, Josef

15

Feb 27, 1929

A-7733

Gottesmann, Elias

4

 

A-7734

Gottesmann, Jeno

4

 

B-10503

Hauptmann, Jeno

14

Oct 23, 1930

B-10502

Hauptmann, Zoltan

14

Oct 23, 1930

148580

Heller, Peter

17

Apr 1, 1927

A-1436

Herbach, Ladislaus

19

Mar 3, 1925

A-5107

Holpert(Szechter)Alfred

11

May 22, 1933

A-5720

Katz, Abraham

12

1932

A-9749

Kemenski, Klara

24

 

A-9750

Kemenski, Magda

24

 

A-7049

Keppes (Kopes), Ewa

19

 

A-7050

Keppes (Kopes), Teresa

19

 

A-8736

Kerpel, Ida

17

 

A-8735

Kerpel, Marta

17

 

A-8740

Kirz (Kurz), Edith

44

Feb 22, 1900

A-8739

Kirz, (Kurz), Lilly

44

Feb 22, 1900

A-7213

Klein, Anna

9

 

A-7214

Klein, Judith

9

 

A-5138

Kohn, Ewa

4

Mar 15, 1940

A-5139

Kohn, Klara

4

Mar 15, 1940

80912

Kohnstein, Emilie

17

Sep 12, 1927

80913

Kohnstein, Gizela

17

Sep 12, 1927

73492

Kraub (Traub) Hanka

5

Jun 5, 1939

93493

Kraub (Traub), Ewa

5

Jun 5, 1939

A-14321

Kuhn, Gyorgy

13

Jan 23, 1932

A-14322

Kuhn, Istwar

12

Dec 17, 1932

A-14326

Laufer, Istwar (Stefan)

14

Aug 12, 1930

A-14325

Laufer, Josef

14

Aug 12, 1930

A-3632

Lichtenstein, Lilly

21

 

A-3633

Lichtenstein, Malvine

21

 

A-5142

Lovinger, Helena

2

 

A-5141

Lovinger, Rosa

2

 

A-14323

Lustig, Gyorgy (Georg)

18

Dec 13, 1926

A-14324

Lustig, Martin

18

Dec 13, 1926

A-3622

Michobowicz, Irene

21

 

A-3623

Michobowicz, Lenta

21

 

A-5771

Molnar, Marie

20

 

A-5770

Molnar, Suza

20

 

A-6035

Moszkowitz, Helena

18

 

A-6034

Moszkowitz, Rosa

18

 

A-1442

Ovics (Ories), Abraham

41

Jun 26, 1903

A-1444

Ovics (Ories), Sandor

 

 

 

Ovicz (Edenburg), Erika/Frieda

 

 

 

Ovicz (Owicz), Franciska

 

 

 

Ovicz (Owicz), Piroska

 

 

 

Ovicz (Owicz), Rozs

 

 

 

Ovicz (Owicz), Seren (Sara)

 

 

 

Ovicz-Miskovitz, Elisabeth

 

 

A-7206

Paneth (Pacuta), Ewa

15

 

A-7207

Paneth (Pacuta), Sara

15

 

A-3630

Peterfriend, Agnes

12

Dec 11, 1932

A-1437

Peterfriend, Istvas

12

Dec 11, 1932

A-5725

Salomon, Sandor

13

May 11, 1931

A-5726

Salomon, Tibor

13

May 11, 1931

A-7255

Schlesinger, Judith

12

 

A-3624

Schlesinger, Klara

19

 

A-3625

Schlesinger, Lio

19

 

A-7041

Schroter, Judith

12

 

A-7042

Schroter, Veronika

12

 

A-14095

Schwarz, Kalman

12

Apr 8, 1932

71789

Seiner, Hanna

 

 

71787

Seiner, Milada

 

 

A-5133

Senderowicz, Gizella

18

 

A-5134

Senderowicz, Rosa

18

 

A-6025

Silberger, Andrea

20

 

A-6024

Silberger, Judith

20

 

A-2517

Slomowecz(Slomowicz)Laz

20

Aug 5, 1924

A-2516

Slomowecz(Slomowicz)Sal

20

Aug 5, 1924

147743

Steiner, Georg

15

May 20, 1929

147742

Steiner, Zoenek

15

May 20, 1929

A-9752

Storch (Weiss), Olga

30

 

A-9751

Storch, Lenke

30

 

168786

Susser, Friz

40

Jun 21, 1904

170896

Susser, Haus

40

Jun 21, 1904

A-3100

Tesler, Fermann

13

1931

A-3101

Tesler, Lazer

13

1931

A-3635

Weis, Edith

18

1926

A-3634

Weis, Piroska

18

1926

A-2520

Weisel, Hermann

24

Feb 24, 1920

A-8270

Weiss, Anna

19

 

A-8271

Weiss, Katalin

19

 

A-5554

Weiss, Lili

14

Nov 14, 1930

A-12086

Weisz, Andor (Andre)

14

Nov 14, 1930

A-12085

Weisz, Ben

14

Nov 14, 1930

B-14827

Zelewski, Leib

12

 

B-14828

Zelewski, Samuel

12

 


These twins are on lists, but there is no record they were liberated nor have they been located by CANDLES.

Number

Name

Age

Born

A-348

Abeles, Elisabeth

12

Jul 19, 1932

A-77

Abeles, Peer

12

Jul 19, 1932

Z-5619

Adler, Andreas

8

Jan 8, 1936

Z-5618

Adler, Konrad

8

Jan 8, 1936

A-5772

Alter(Acter), Sari

 

 

168109

Basch, Albert

 

 

168108

Basch, Paul

 

 

A-5105

Baum, Ernst (Erno)

15

Jan 18, 1929

A-5343

Baum, Magda

15

Jan 18, 1929

Z-2381

Behrends(Berentz), Frinke

23

Apr 9, 1921

Z-2380

Behrends(Berentz), Johann

23

Apr 9, 1921

A-1766

Copenheimer, Jarcslaus

14

Mar 26, 1930

A-1767

Copenheimer, Siden

14

Mar 26, 1930

A-3629

Deutzel(Deutsch)Ethel

22

 

A-3628

Deutzel(Deutsch)Malvine

22

 

Z-4637

Dewus, Elfriede

37

Feb 25, 1907

Z-4636

Dewus, Margot

37

Feb 25, 1907

Z-2924

Einacker, Christian

13

Nov 21, 1931

Z-2925

Einacker, Paul

13

Nov 21, 1931

A-7218

Eisenberger, Elisabeth

28

 

A-7256

Erenthal, Elizabeth

34

 

A-7257

Erenthal, Marie

34

 

11336

Ernst, Hermann

34

Mar 12, 1910

A-2042

Feingold, Jakob

17

Nov 3, 1927

A-4891

Feingold, Rosa

17

May 11, 1927

A-5717

Foge, Isidor

15

May 13, 1929

A-5718

Foge, Mago

15

May 13, 1929

A-7216

Freiberger, Jolan

43

 

A-7217

Freiberger, Margit

43

 

 

Fried, Charlotte

21

 

 

Fried, Jolan

21

 

A-13

Friedmann, Esther

15

 

A-14

Friedmann, Helena

15

 

 

Goldberger, Laura

15

Feb 27, 1929

 

Goldberger, Margit

15

Feb 27, 1929

A-7735

Gottesmann, Joseph

 

 

Z-1774

Graus, Anna

21

Sep 17, 2023

Z-1773

Graus, Elisabeth

21

Sep 17, 2023

A-2518

Gross, Lajosz

 

Nov 25, 19??

A-2519

Gross, Tibor

 

Nov 25, 19??

A-9269

Grossman, Katalin

47

 

A-9270

Grossmann, Susanne

47

 

A-5719

Grunberger, Oscar

19

Sep 6, 1925

A-6030

Grunberger, Sara

19

Sep 6, 1925

A-6036

Grunhut, Janka

49

 

Z-5278

Halonek, Anna

8

May 14, 1936

Z-5277

Halonek, Drachomie

8

May 14, 1936

Z-4975

Hanstein, Paul

6

Jun 27, 1938

148578

Heller, Pas

17

May 1, 1927

A-1435

Herbacs, Andreas

19

Mar 3, 1925

A-5118

Hollander, Laura

22

 

A-5117

Hollander, Rosa

22

 

A-5106

Holpert(Holfert), Eugene(Jeno)

11

May 22, 1933

170377

Kafka, Otto

43

May 1, 1901

A-7221

Kastner (Sinje)Klara

28

 

A-7220

Kastner, Iboris

28

 

A-5721

Katz, Chaim

12

1932

170450

Kestr, Friedrich

23

Oct 26, 1921

170451

Kestr, Hans

23

Oct 26, 1921

A-14319

Kiss, Endre

16

Oct 5, 1928

A-14320

Kiss, LAszlo

16

Oct 5, 1928

A-2512

Klein, Gyula

23

Jan 31, 1921

A-2511

Klein, Laslo

23

Jan 31, 1921

Z-2660

Kreutz (Krentz), Elise

18

Oct 19, 1926

Z-2661

Kreutz (Krentz),Johanna

18

Oct 19, 1926

A-5544

Lachkar, Lucy

21

 

A-5722

Lazarowicz, Isidor

15

Jul 24, 1929

170574

Lebenhart, Eugene

20

Feb 21, 1924

A-342

Leipen, Ervin

7

May 23, 1937

A-343

Leipen, Paul

7

May 23, 1937

A-12083

Lipschitz, Erno

17

Jul 16, 1927

A-12084

Lipschitz, Zoltan

17

Jul 16, 1927

A-14097

Lovy (Levy) Andor

 

 

A-14093

Lowenstein, Herman

14

Jun 25, 1930

A-7259

Neuschloss, Judith

17

Dec 17, 1927

A-14327

Neuschluss, Gabor

17

Dec 17, 1927

A-1719

Nochmann, Albert

9

Apr 22, 1935

A-1720

Nochmann, Fritz

9

Apr 22, 1935

A-1443

Ovicz (Owicz), Markus

35

Jul 16, 1909

Z-5751

Pohl, Alfred

13

Nov 6, 1931

Z-5752

Pohl, Fritz

13

Nov 6, 1931

A-7219

Reich, Olga

28

 

147689

Salus, Geog

20

Mar 10, 1924

147690

Salus, Ladislaus

20

Mar 10, 1924

A-7044

Schick, Hedi

1

 

A-12087

Schick, Josef

1

 

A-12088

Schick, Otto

1

 

A-7732

Schlesinger, Herman

12

 

170799

Schon, Richard

38

May 22, 1906

170800

Schon, Robert

38

May 22, 1906

A-7731

Schwarz, Adolf

19

Apr 13, 1925

A-5727

Schwarz, Aladar

23

Oct., 1921

A-5728

Schwarz, Ignatz

23

Oct., 1921

A-6037

Schwarz, Elisabeth

49

 

A-7730

Schwarz, Josef

19

Apr 13, 1925

169094

Seiner, Mila

11

Nov 16, 1933

169064

Seiner (Seiner), Milan

11

Nov 16, 1933

A-1199

Seligsohn, Arthur

 

 

A-1439

Slomowicz (Slomcvtz), Markus

19

Aug 4, 1925

A-1438

Slomowicz (Slomcvtz), Simon

19

Aug 4, 1925

A-1441

Slomowicz, Idel (Jaca)

11

Jun 26, 1933

A-1440

Slomowicz, Josef

11

Jun 26, 1933

A-14328

Stadler, Ander

15

Jun 10, 1929

A-7258

Stadler, Vera

15

Jun 10, 1929

B-10504

Steiner, Endre

15

Jun 9, 1929

B-10505

Steiner, Zoltan

15

Jun 9, 1929

147673

Stolz, Zdeneck

23

Feb 18, 1921

A-60

Storch (Stroch)

 

 

A-2521

Weisel, Siegmund

24

Feb 24, 1920

A-6031

Weiser, Fanny

20

 

A-6032

Weiser, Jolan

20

 

A-5108

Weiss (Weisz), Sandor

14

Feb 1, 1930

A-3627

Weiss, Malvine

 

 

A-3626

Weiss, Oga

 

 

A-2509

Weisz, Hermann

18

May 3, 1926

A-2510

Weisz, Lajosz

18

May 3, 1926

A-7060

Wekerle, Bella

 

 

18614?

Witternberg, Inge

19

Feb 6, 1925

A-5418

Zelikowic, Magda

 

 

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