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5th July 1944

Numbers A-16939 - A-16951 were given to 13 Jewish people who made it to the end of selection from the Hungarian transport that came to Auschwitz on this day. It is possible that some of the young healthy people were kept alive as so-called ‘deposit Jews’. The rest of the transport was killed in the gas chambers.

Auschwitz Album
Newcomers from Carpatho-Ruthenia-Jews from Berehovo, Bilke, and the region-disembark from the train. None of the doors was opened without an order from the SS. The ghetto in Berehovo (Beregovo) was formed in the winter of 1944 and in mid-May 1944 about 11,000 Jews were deported to Auschwitz, among them 3,600 from Beregovo itself with the others from the surrounding area

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