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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:06

This is a compilation of data about transports to particular Nazi camps and also from certain destinations, posted previously at http://p102.ezboard.com/frodohforumfrm1 ... 1014.topic


KL Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The compilation for KL Auschwitz-Birkenau is naturally taken from Czech's Kalendarium. I originally went through this looking for political prisoners (from BdSes, KdSes and Stapostellen), and am going back through for the Sondertransporte. I have done quite a bit from 1942 to 1943 but need to make the presentation consistent.

The Kalendarium is available online in Italian at http://www.deportati.it/librionline/Kalendarium.html


Temporarily included here are transfers to and from other KZs, as well as the ubiquitous 'Sammeltransporte'. Not included are more explicitly identifiable transports of political prisoners (Poles, Czechs, prisoners sent by Stapostellen)

This compilation begins with circa July 1942, when the first selections are supposed to have taken place.


Sondertransporte > Auschwitz, 1942

NOTE: in the following, 'selected' means selected for labour and given a camp registration number.

28.3.42 RSHA Slovakia/Brno? 798 Jews
30.3.42 Compiegne, France 1112 Jews
2.4.42 Slovakia 965 Jews
3.4.42 Slovakia 997 Jews
13.4.42 Slovakia 634 + 443 m/f Jews
17.4.42 Slovakia 973 Jews + 27 Jewesses
19.4.42 Slovakia 464 +536 Jews
23.4.42 Slovakia 543 + 457 Jews
24.4.42 Slovakia 442 + 558 Jews
29.4.42 Slovakia 423 + 300 Jews
22.5.42 Lublin 1000 Jews
5-11.5.42 Dombrowa 5200 Jews gassed
Bendsburg (Bedzin)
Warthenau (Zawiercie)
Gleiwitz
7.6.42 Compiegne 1000 Jews
17.6.42 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews gassed
20.6.42 Slovakia 404 + 255 Jews
24.6.42 Drancy 933 + 66 Jews
27.6.42 Pithiviers 1000 (937) Jews
30.6.42 Beaune-la-Ronde 1004 + 34 Jews (752)
30.6.42 Lublin-Majdanek 400 Jews


July 1942

1.7.42 Auschwitz-Birkenau inmate population: 15,925 inmates + 154 Soviet POWs

Sondertransporte
4.7.42 Slovakia 1st ‘selection’: 372 selected, rest gas
11.7.42 Slovakia (330 Jews selected for work)
8.7.42 Sipo Paris 1170 Jews and non-Jews, all numbered
17.7.42 Westerbork 2000 Jews (449 gassed, 1551 select)
18.7.42 Slovakia Jews (178 selected)
18.7.42 ViennaRSHA-transport (212 women selected)
19.7.42 Pithiviers 928 Jews (all selected for labour)
21.7.42 Drancy (6. tpt) 1000 Jews (375 gas, 625 select)
22.7.42 Westerbork 931 Jews (155 gassed, 776 selected)
23.7.42 Angers St. Laud 827 Jews (26 gas, 811 select)
24.7.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (all selected)
25.7.42 Slovakia Jews (285 selected)
25.7.42 Westerbork 1000 Jews (191 gassed, 809 selected)
26.7.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (all selected)
28.7.42 Westerbork 1010 Jews (222 gassed, 788 selected)
29.7.42 Drancy (11. tpt) 990 Jews (all selected)
31.7.42 Drancy (12. tpt)1000 Jews (216 gas, 784 select)

14,233+ Jews arrived; 1,634+ gassed, 12,609 selected

Transfers from Auschwitz
7.7.42 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 700 prisoners

Transfers to Auschwitz
8.7.42 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 3 women prisoners
14.7.42 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 1 woman prisoner

Sammeltransporte
3.7.42 Sammeltransport 56 prisoners
5.7.42 Sammeltransport 39 prisoners
17.7.42 Sammeltransport 55 prisoners
17.7.42 Sammeltransport 155 prisoners
18.7.42 Sammeltransport 55 prisoners
19.7.42 Sammeltransport 23 prisoners
24.7.42 Sammeltransport 24 prisoners
25.7.42 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
29.7.42 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners
31.7.42 Sammeltransport 129 prisoners


August 1942

1.8.42 Auschwitz-Birkenau inmate population: 21,421 plus 153 Soviet POWs

Sondertransporte
1.8.42 Slovakia Jews (240 selected)
1.8.42 Westerbork1007 Jews (200 gassed, 807 selected)
2.8.42 Pithiviers 1084 Jews (all selected)
1-3.8.42 Bendsburg 5000 Jews gassed, none selected
4.8.42 Westerbork 1013 Jews (316 gassed, 697 selected)
5.8.42 Pithiviers (14. tpt)1034 Jews (470 gas, 564 select)
5.8.42 Malignes 998 Jews (254 gassed, 744 selected)
7.8.42 Beaune-la-Rolande 1014 Jews (704 gas, 310 select)
8.8.42 Westerbork 987 Jews (523 gassed, 464 selected)
9.8.42 Pithiviers/Beaune 1069 Jews (795 gas, 274 select)
11.8.42 Westerbork 559 Jews (234 gas, 295 selected)
12.8.42 Drancy (17.tpt) 1006 Jews (766 gas, 240 select)
13.8.42 Malignes (2. tpt) 999 Jews (481 gas, 518 select)
14.8.42 Drancy (18. tpt) 1007 Jews (712 gas, 295 select)
15.8.42 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (1898 gas, 102 selected)
15.8.42 Westerbork 505 Jews (328 gas, 177 selected)
16.8.42 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (all gassed)
16.8.42 Drancy (19.tpt) 991 Jews (876 gas, 115 select)
17.8.42 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (all gassed)
17.8.42 Malignes (3. tpt) 1000 Jews (638 gas, 362 select)
18.8.42 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (all gassed)
18.8.42 Yugoslavia Jews (156 selected)
18.8.42 Westerbork 506 Jews (147 gassed, 359 selected)
19.8.42 Drancy (20. tpt) 997 Jews (897 gas, 100 select)
20.8.42 Malignes (4. tpt) 998 Jews (823 gas, 175 select)
21.8.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (817 gassed, 183 selected)
22.8.42 Yugoslavia 196 Jews selected
22.8.42 Westerbork 1008 Jews (380 gassed, 628 selected)
23.8.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (892 gassed, 119 selected)
25.8.42 Westerbork 519 Jews (250 gassed, 269 selected)
26.8.42 Yugoslavia 159 Jews selected
26.8.42 Drancy (23. tpt) 1000 Jews (908 gas, 92 selected)
27.8.42 Luxemburg 723 Jews (641 gassed, 82 selected)
27.8.42 Malignes (5. tpt)995 Jews (780 gas, 215 select)
28.8.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (737 gas, 63 sel, 200 Cosel AL)
30.8.42 Westerbork 608 Jews (all gassed)
30.8.42 Yugoslavia 77 Jews selected
31.8.42Drancy 1000 Jews (676 gas, 71 sele, 253 Cosel)
31.8.42 Malignes (6. tpt)1000 Jews (800 gas, no s, 200 Cosel)

August 1942
40,059+ Jews arrived; 29,551 gassed, 9,885 selected; 653 Cosel AL

Transfers to Auschwitz
4.8.42 KL Flossenbürg > Auschwitz 43 prisoners
20.8.42 KL Dachau > Auschwitz 17 prisoners
23.8.42 KL Neuengamme > Auschwitz 1 prisoner
24.8.42 KL Gross Rosen > Auschwitz 1 prisoner
26.8.42 KL Sachsenhausen > Auschwitz 32 prisoners
27.8.42 KL Mauthausen > Auschwitz 2 prisoners

Sammeltransporte
2.8.42 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
7.8.42 Sammeltransport 252 prisoners
8.8.42 Sammeltransport 38 prisoners
14.8.42 Sammeltransport 156 prisoners
16.8.42 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
18.8.42 Sammeltransport 3 prisoners
21.8.42 Sammeltransport 60 prisoners
21.8.42 Sammeltransport 64 prisoners
23.8.42 Sammeltransport 12 prisoners
28.8.42 Sammeltransport 53 prisoners

September 1942

Sondertransporte
1.9.42 Westerbork 560 Jews (all gassed)
2.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (761 gas, 39 sel, 200 Cosel)
3.9.42 Malignes 1000 Jews (709 gas, 96 sel, 195 Cosel)
4.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (677 gas, 123 sel, 200 Cosel)
5.9.42 Westerbork 714 Jews (661 gas, 51 select)
6.9.42 Drancy 1013 Jews (759 gas, 54 sel, 200 Cosel)
8.9.42 Westerbork 930 Jews (698 gas, 32 sel, 200 Cosel)
9.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (689 gas, 111 sele, 200 Cosel)
10.9.42 Malignes 1000 Jews (715 gas, 85 sel, 200 Cosel)
11.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (709 gas, 91 select, 200 Cosel)
12.9.42 Westerbork 874 Jews (614 gas, 60 sel, 200 Cosel)
12.9.42 France 1000 Jews (720 gas, 80 select, 200 Cosel)
14.9.42 Malignes 1000 Jews (600 gas, 150 sel, 250 Cosel)
16.9.42 Westerbork 902 Jews (626 gas, 76 sel, 200 Cosel)
16.9.42 France 1000 Jews (745 gas, 105 select, 250 Cosel)
17.9.42 Malignes 1048 Jews (717 gas, 331 selected)
18.9.42 France 1003 Jews (556 gas, 147 selec, 300 Cosel)
19.9.42 Slovakia Jews (277 selected)
20.9.42 Westerbork 1002 Jews (690 gas, 112 selt, 200 Cosel)
20.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (659 gas, 141 select, 200 Cosel)
22.9.42 Westerbork 713 Jews (530 gas, 183 select)
23.9.42 Slovakia Jews (361 selected)
23.9.42 Pithiviers 1000 Jews (641 gas, 209 select, 150 Cosel)
25.9.42 Drancy 1000 Jews (475 gas, 525 select)
26.9.42 Westerbork 928 Jews (749 gas, 179 select)
27.9.42 Drancy 1004 Jews (698 gas, 131 select, 175 Cosel)
28.9.42 Malignes 1742 Jews (1398 gas, 344 select)
29.9.42 Drancy 904 Jews (633 gas, 171 select, 100 Cosel AL)
30.9.42 Westerbork 610 Jews (454 gas, 156 select)

September 1942
26,000+ Jews arrived; 18,000+ gassed; 4,330 selected; ca. 3,820 to Cosel AL

Transfers to Auschwitz
2.9.42 KL Flossenbürg> KLA 50 prisoners
10.9.42 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 1 prisoner

Sammeltransporte
4.9.42 Sammeltransport 137 prisoners
11.9.42 Sammeltransport 202 prisoners
12.9.42 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
12.9.42 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
18.9.42 Sammeltransport 28 prisoners
18.9.42 Sammeltransport 116 prisoners
25.9.42 Sammeltransport 49 prisoners
26.9.42 Sammeltransport 56 prisoners
27.9.42 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners


October 1942

Sondertransporte
2.10.42 Drancy 210 Jews (154 gas, 54 select)
3.10.42 Westerbork 1014 Jews (652 gas, 62 sele, 300 Cosel)
6.10.42 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 622 prisoners (522 Jews)
7.10.42 Westerbork 2012 Jews (1414 gas, 98 se, 500 Cosel)
11.10.42 Westerbork 1703 Jews (1251 gas, 452 sel, no Cos)
12.10.42 Malignes (12., 13.t) 1674 Jews (1558 gas, 116 sel)
14.10.42 Westerbork 1711 Jews (1291 gas, 420 select)
18.10.42 Westerbork 1710 Jews (1594 gas, 116 select)
21.10.42 KL Dachau > KLA 70 Jews select
21.10.42 Slovakia Jews (199 select)
21.10.42 Westerbork 1327 Jews (830 gas, 497 select)
24.10.42 KL Natzweiler > KLA 30 Jews select
24.10.42 KL Mauthausen > KLA 32 Jews select
24.10.42 KL Flossenbürg > KLA 12 Jews select
25.10.42 KL Sachsenhausen> KLA 454 Jews select
25.10.42 Westerbork 988 Jews (935 gas, 53 select)
26.10.42 Malignes (15., 16.)1471 Jews (895 gas, 576 selt)
27.10.42 Westerbork 841 Jews (412 gas, 429 select)
28.10.42 Theresienstadt 1866 Jews (1619 gas, 247 select)

17,647+ Jews arrived; 12,605 gassed; 4,439 selected, 800 Cosel

Transfers to Auschwitz
29.10.42 KL Dachau > KLA 499 prisoners mixed
30.10.42 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 186 prisoners

Sammeltransporte
2.10.42 Sammeltransport 219 prisoners
9.10.42 Sammeltransport 65 prisoners
12.10.42 Sammeltransport 27 prisoners
16.10.42 Sammeltransport 193 prisoners
19.10.42 Sammeltransport 41 prisoners
23.10.42 Sammeltransport 88 prisoners
24.10.42 Sammeltransport 26 prisoners
25.10.42 Sammeltransport 11 prisoners
26.10.42 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
30.10.42 Sammeltransport 103 prisoners
31.10.42 Sammeltransport 33 prisoners

1.11.42 Westerbork 459 Jews (all gassed)
1.11.42 Berlin (22.tpt) 1014 Jews (977 gas, 37 select)
2.11.42 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners

= + 1473 Jews arrived; 1436 gassed, 37 select


November 1942

did these earlier, left out those selected for labour and registered; numbers recalculated from Czech, where there were imprecisions. Since esp. the Polish tpts from Bialystok are rounded estimates, numbers to be taken as maximums.

3.11.42 Malignes (16. tpt) 1696 Jews (919 gassed)
4.11.42 Westerbork 954 Jews (904 gassed)
6.11.42 France (40. tpt) 1000 Jews (639 gassed)
7.11.42 Zichenau 2000 Jews ( 1306 gassed)
8.11.42 Zichenau 1000 Jews (all gassed)
8.11.42 Drancy (42. tpt) 1000 Jews (773 gassed)
8.11.42 Bialystok dist 1000 Jews (all gassed, 14. Kramer selection)
9.11.42 Bialystok district 1000 Jews (706 gassed)
11.11.42 Drancy (44. tpt) 1000 Jews (750 gassed)
12.11.42 Westerbork 758 Jews (707 gassed)
13.11.42 Drancy (45. tpt) 745 Jews (599 gassed)
14.11.42 Zichenau 2500 Jews (1732 gassed)
14.11.42 Bialystok 1500 Jews (839 gassed)
18.11.42 Grodno 1000 Jews (770 gassed)
19.11.42 Zichenau 1500 Jews ( 607 gassed)
21.11.42 Westerbork 726 Jews (644 gassed)
22.11.42 Zichenau 1500 Jews (1068 gassed)
25.11.42 Grodno 2000 Jews (1567 gassed)
26.11.42 Westerbork 709 Jews (667 gassed)
28.11.42 Zichenau 1000 Jews (506 gassed)
30.11.42 Zichenau 1000 Jews (833 gassed)

November 1942:
25,558 Jews arrived; 18,536 gassed, 7,022 selected for labour and registered

December 1942

1.12.42 Bergen-Norwegen (2.tpt) 532 Jews (346 gassed)
2.12.42 Westerbork 826 Jews (749 gassed)
2.12.42 Grodno 1000 Jews (762 gassed)
3.12.42 Plonsk 1000 Jews (653 gassed)
4.12.42 KL Buchenwald > Auschwitz 1163 prisoners
6.12.42 Westerbork 811 Jews (795 gassed)
6.12.42 Mlawa 2500 Jews (2094 gassed)
8.12.42 Grodno 1000 Jews (769 gassed)
10.12.42 Westerbork 927 Jews (885 gassed)
10.12.42 Reich (24. tpt) 1060 Jews (898 gassed)
10.12.42 Malkinia 2500 Jews (1976 gassed)
12.12.42 Malkinia 2000 Jews (1578 gassed)
13.12.42 Zamosc UWZ 644 resettled Poles (12 escaped)
14.12.42 Westerbork 757 Jews (636 gassed)
14.12.42 Nowy Dwor Mazow. 1500 Jews (920 gassed)
16.12.42 Zamosc UWZ 86 Poles
17.12.42 Plonsk 2000 Jews (1220 gassed)
(Transportsperre – no Sondertransporte)

December 1942:
18,413 Jews arrived; 14,281 gassed, 4,132 registered

N.B. no info on selections inside the camp or camp deaths included so far.
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Transports to Auschwitz, 1943

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:09

Transports to Auschwitz, 1943

N.B. I didn't include some of the earlier Sammeltransporte and transports of gypsies. Poles and Gestapo-Haeftlinge not included, as before.

difference between number arriving and number gassed = number selected. why not full details? because it's something I did a while back.


January 1943

7.1.43 Augustow 2000 Jews (1489 gassed)
13.1.43 RSHA Berlin 1000 Jews (873 gassed)
13.1.43 Westerbork 750 Jews (561 gassed)
13.1.43 Zambrow 2000 Jews (1802 gassed)
15.1.43 Zambrow 2000 Jews (1762 gassed)
16.1.43 midnt.Zambrow 2000 Jews (1789 gassed)
16.1.43 Lomza 2000 Jews (1830 gassed)
17.1.43 Lomza 2000 Jews (1745 gas, 255 s)
18.1.43 Malignes (18. tpt) 945 Jews
18.1.43 Malignes (19. tpt) 610 Jews (frboth 1087 gas)
18.1.43 Zambrow 2000 Jews (1870 gassed)
19.1.43 Zambrow 2000 Jews (1702 gassed)
19.1.43 RSHA Krakau 400 Jews (350 gassed)
972 Sipo prisoners
20.1.43 Westerbork 748 Jews (713 gassed)
20.1.43 Grodno 2000 Jews (1744 gassed)
21.1.43 Grodno 2000 Jews (1713 gassed)
21.1.43 Theresienstadt 2000 Jews (1582 gassed)
22.1.43 Grodno 3650 Jews (3056 gassed)
23.1.43 Grodno 2000 Jews (1574 gassed)
24.1.43 Westerbork/Apeldoorn921 Jews (869 gassed)
24.1.43 Grodno 2000 Jews (1774 gassed)
24.1.43 Theresienstadt 2029 Jews (1802 gassed)
24.1.43 Westerbork 516 Jews (496 gassed)
26.1.43 Sokolka/Jasionowka 2300 Jews (2107 gassed)
27.1.43 Romainville,. Sipo 230 politicals
27.1.43 Theresienstadt 993 Jews (709 gassed)
28.1.43 Wolkowysk 2000 Jews (1641 gassed)
30.1.43 RSHA Berlin 1000 Jews (720 gassed)
30.1.43 Theresienstadt 1000 Jews (783 gassed)
31.1.43 Westerbork 659 Jews (590 gassed)
31.1.43 Oranczyce (Pj.101) 2450 Jews (2169 gassed)
31.1.43 Oranczyce (Pj.103) 2834 Jews (2341 gassed)

January 1943
50,805 Jews arrived; 43,240 gassed; 7565 selected and registered
= average of 1,400 per day


February 1943

2.2.43 Oranczyce (Pj 105) 1265 Jews (866 gassed)
2.2.43 Theresienstadt 1001 Jews (783 gassed)
4.2.43 Westerbork 890 Jews (790 gassed)
4.2.43 Berlin (Da 15) 1000 Jews (713 gassed)
5.2.43 Zamosc (Po 65) 1000 Jews (417 gassed)
7.2.43 Bialystok 2000 Jews (1827 gassed)
8.2.43 Bialystok 2000 Jews (1830 gassed)
11.2.43 Westerbork 1184 Jews (1005 gassed)
11.2.43 Drancy (46. Tpt) 1000 Jews (832 gassed)
13.2.43 Drancy (47. Tpt) 998 Jews (802 gassed)
15.2.43 Drancy (48. Tpt) 1000 Jews (689 gassed)
18.2.43 Westerbork 1108 Jews (847 gassed)
20.2.43 Berlin 1000 Jews (775 gassed)
23.2.43 Breslau 1000 Jews (994 gassed)
25.2.43 Westerbork 1101 Jews (1014 gassed)
27.2.43 Berlin 913 Jews (651 gassed)

February 1943
17,460 Jews arrived; 13,835 gassed, 3,625 selected and registered


March 1943

2.3.43 Berlin 1500 Jews (973 gassed)
2.3.43 Berlin 1500 Jews (1350 gassed)
3.3.43 Berlin 1500 Jews (820 gassed)
3.3.43 Berlin 1500 Jews (1286 gassed)
4.3.43 Berlin 1750 Jews (1033 gassed)
4.3.43 Drancy (49. Tpt) 1000 Jews (881 gassed)
6.3.43 Berlin 1128 Jews (643 gassed)
6.3.43 Breslau, Berlin etc 1405 Jews (809 gassed)
7.3.43 Berlin 665 Jews (447 gassed)
13.3.43 Berlin 964 Jews (599 gassed)
13.3.43 Krakau ghetto B 2000 Jews (1492 gassed)
16.3.43 RSHA-Transport 1000 Jews (959 gassed)
20.3.43 Greece 2800 Jews (2191 gassed)
24.3.43 Greece 2800 Jews (1986 gassed)
25.3.43 Greece 1901 Jews (1206 gassed)
30.3.43 Greece 2501 Jews (2048 gassed)
31.3.43 RSHA Sieradz 1000 Jews (736 gassed)
31.3.43 Ostrowiec-Œwiêtokrzyski 3000 Jews (all gassed)

March 1943
29,914 Jews arrived;19,459 gassed; 10,455 selected and registered

10.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 1000 Poles
10.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Neuengamme 1001 Poles
12.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Flossenbürg 1000 Poles
12.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Gross-Rosen 1000 Poles
13.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Sachsenhausen 1000 Poles
19.3.43 Protektorat 1074 Czech gypsies
19.3.43 Germany 100 German gypsies
21.3.43 Germany 74 German gypsies
22.3.43 Germany 60 German gypsies
24.3.43 Germany 261 German gypsies
25.3.43 Germany 54 German gypsies
26.3.43 Germany 54 German gypsies
27.3.43 Germany 514 German gypsies
28.3.43 Germany 352 German gypsies
29.3.43 Poland 37 Polish gypsies
30.3.43 Germany 67 German gypsies
31.3.43 Vienna-Lakkenbach 438 Austrian gypsies


April 1943

3.4.43 Greece 2800 Jews (2208 gassed)
9.4.43 Greece 2500 Jews (2021 gassed)
10.4.43 Greece 2750 Jews (1967 gassed)
13.4.43 Greece 2800 Jews (1936 gassed)
17.4.43 Greece 3000 Jews (2271 gassed)
18.4.43 Greece 2501 Jews (1896 gassed)
20.4.43 RSHA Neudorf 1000 Jews (543 gassed)
22.4.43 Greece 2800 Jews (2132 gassed)
22.4.43 Malignes (20. tpt) 1400 Jews (879 gassed)
26.4.43 Greece 2700 Jews (2062 gassed)
28.4.43 Greece 3070 Jews (2529 gassed)

27,321 Jews arrived; 20,444 gassed; 6,877 selected

1.4.43 Poland 67 Polish gypsies
2.4.43 Germany 56 German gypsies
3.4.43 Sammeltransport 27
3.4.43 Germany/Austria 226 gypsies
5.4.43 Austria 78 Austrian gypsies
5.4.43 Sammeltransport 71 ( from Ravensbrück)
6.4.43 Sammeltransport 20
7.4.43 Sammeltransport 29
9.4.43 Austria 113 Austrian gypsies
9.4.43 Sammeltransporte x 2126
10.4.43 Sammeltransport 67
10.4.43 KL Mauthausen > Auschwitz 658
12.4.43 Myslowitz 200 prisoners
12.4.43 Sammeltransport 37
12.4.43 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 1212 Poles
13.4.43 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 1024 Poles
13.4.43 Sammeltransport 3
14.4.43 Germany 35 German gypsies
16.4.43 Austria 1847 Austrian gypsies
16.4.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 184
17.4.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 99
19.4.43 Sammeltransport 58
20.4.43 Kripo 54 gypsies
23.4.43 Sammeltransport 69
23.4.43 Sammeltransport 104
23.4.43 Austria 106 Austrian gypsies
30.4.43 Austria 95 Austrian gypsies
30.4.43 Sammeltransport 68
30.4.43 Sammeltransport 102
– of whom 13 had escaped 26.3.43 tpt from Drancy


May 1943

4.5.43 Salonika 2930 Jews (2392 gassed)
7.5.43 Salonika 1000 Jews (932 gassed)
7.5.43 Agram-RSHA 1000 Jews (960 gassed)
8.5.43 Salonika 2500 Jews (1685 gassed)
13.5.43 Agram 1000 Jews (945 gassed)
16.5.43 Salonika 4500 Jews (3800 gassed)
19.5.43 Berlin 1000 Jews (805 gassed)
21.5.43 Sosnowitz 1000 Jews (935 gassed)


14,930 Jews arrived; 12,454 gassed; 2,476 registered

2.5.43 Sammeltransport 36
3.5.43 Sammeltransport 27
4.5.43 Austria 28 Austrian gypsies
4.5.43 Sammeltransport 3
5.5.43 Sammeltransport 6
7.5.43 Protektorat 863 Czech gypsies
7.5.43 Sammeltransport 198
8.5.43 Germany 18 German gypsies
8.5.43 Sammeltransport 84
10.5.43 Sammeltransport 24
10.5.43 Germany 32 German gypsies
11.5.43 Sammeltransport 9
12.5.43 Bialystok district 971 Polish gypsies
12.5.43 Austria 76 Austrian gypsies
13.5.43 Sammeltransport 17
14.5.43 Sammeltransport 99
15.5.43 Sammeltransport 78
15.5.43 Sammeltransport 50
17.5.43 Sammeltransport 39
18.5.43 Sammeltransport 6
21.5.43 Sammeltransport 33
21.5.43 Sammeltransport 126
21.5.43 Z-Sammeltransport 9 gypsies
24.5.43 Sammeltransport 31
27.5.43 Z-Sammeltransport 11 gypsies
28.5.43 Sammeltransport 69
28.5.43 Sammeltransport 29
29.5.43 Sammeltransport 97
31.5.43 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 25 prisoners
31.5.43 Stapo Augsburg 46
31.5.43 Sammeltransport 48 + 2 gypsies


June 1943

6.6.43 Reichsgau Wartheland 1000 Jews (762 gassed)
8.6.43 Salonika 880 Jews (572 gassed)
20.6.43 RSHA Sosnowitz 45 Jews
24.6.43 Sosnowitz 1600 Jews (1575 gassed)
25.6.43 Drancy 1018 Jews (418 gassed)
25.6.43 Bendsburg 2500 Jews (all gassed)
29.6.43 Berlin (39. tpt) 346 Jews (136 gassed)

7344 Jews arrived; 5963 gassed; 1381 selected and registered

3.6.43 Sammeltransport 44
4.6.43 Sammeltransport 74
4.6.43 Sammeltransport 154
7.6.43 Sammeltransport 56
11.6.43 Sammeltransport 64 incl 5 from KL Neueng
11.6.43 KL Auschwitz > Sachsenhausen 17
greens for voluntary military service
12.6.43 Sammeltransport 126
12.6.43 Sammeltransport 43
15.6.43 Sammeltransport 10
16.6.43 Sammeltransport 31
16.6.43 RSHA-Sammeltransport 24 Jews
16.6.43 Sammeltransport 11
18.6.43 Sammeltransport 186
19.6.43 Sammeltransport 115 + 2 gypsies
19.6.43 RSHA-Sammeltransport 18 Jews
21.6.43 Sammeltransport 37
25.6.43 Sammeltransport 189 + 3 gypsies
25.6.43 Sammeltransport 152
26.6.43 Sammeltransport 24
26.6.43 KL Majdanek > Auschwitz 1052 Jews (all select)
26.6.43 Sammeltransport 60
28.6.43 Sammeltransport 81
28.6.43 Sammeltransport 18
29.6.43 Sammeltransport 12



July 1943

1.7.43 KL Majdanek > Auschwitz 805 Jews (all selected)
1.7.43 Sammeltransport 20 + 2 gypsies
2.7.43 Sammeltransport 104
3.7.43 Sammeltransport 119
5.7.43 Sammeltransport 50
6.7.43 Sammeltransport 24 + 1 gypsy
8.7.43 KL Majdanek > Auschwitz 1500 Jews (all select)
8.7.43 Sammeltransport 40
9.7.43 Sammeltransport 173
9.7.43 RSHA-Sammeltransport 5 Jews
10.7.43 Sammeltransport 84
11.7.43 KL Majdanek > Auschwitz 1331 Jews
12.7.43 Sammeltransport 44
13.7.43 Sammeltransport 32 + 2 gypsies
16.7.43 Sammeltransport 168
16.7.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 34
17.7.43 Sammeltransport 58
19.7.43 Germany 39 German gypsies
19.7.43 Sammeltransport 26
20.7.43 Sammeltransport 68
20.7.43 Drancy (57. tpt) 1000 Jews (440 gassed)
23.7.43 Sammeltransport 102 + 11 gypsies
24.7.43 Sammeltransport 96
26.7.43 Sammeltransport 37
27.7.43 Sammeltransport 4
30.7.43 Sammeltransport 181
31.7.43 Sammeltransport 77

= 1541 arriving on min. 22 Sammeltransporte; 1 spec tpt and other dupl tpts with 55 gypsies; 1 RSHA-Sammeltpt of 5 Jews, 3 tpts from Majdanek with 3636 Jews, and 1 Sondertransport
plus Sipo and Stapo offices.

August 1943

1.8.43 Bendsburg 2000 Jews (1611 gas)
1.8.43 Bendsburg 2000 Jews (1530 gas)
1.8.43 Bendsburg 2000 Jews (1548 gas)
1.8.43 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (1582 gas)
1.8.43 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (1552 gas)
2.8.43 Malignes (21. tpt) 1553 Jews (1087 gas)
2.8.43 Drancy (58. tpt) 1000 Jews (727 gas)
2.8.43 Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (1615 gass)
3.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews (2148 gas)
3.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews (2346 gas)
3.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews (2234 gas)
3.8.43 Berlin 200 Jews (all gassed)
5.8.43 Berlin 100 Jews (see Sosnowitz)
5.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews ( 2686 gas)
5.8.43 Sosnowitz 1000 Jews (974 gas)
5.8.43 Dresden 125 Jews (all gassed)
6.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews (2514 gas)
10.8.43 Sosnowitz 3000 Jews (2695 gas)
12.8.43 Sosnowitz 1000 Jews ( 954 gas)
18.8.43 Salonika 1800 Jews (1529 gas)
21.8.43 RAB-Lager Pommern 500 Jews ( 434 gas)
23.8.43 Kolo labour camp 2000 Jews (968 gas)
24.8.43 Markstädt AL 100 Jews (all gassed)
25.8.43 Berlin (41. tpt) 50 Jews (23 gas)
26.8.43 Westerbork 1001 Jews (721 gas)
26.8.43 Zawierc 1500 Jews (562 gas)
27.8.43 Zawierc 1500 Jews (695 gas)
27.8.43 Eberswald AL 205 Jews (all gassed)
27.8.43 Wolsztyn (Posen dist)1026 Jews (10 gas)
28.8.43 Küstrin ZAL 800 Jews (133 gas)
29.8.43 Rawicz ZAL 2000 Jews (608 gas)
31.8.43 Bochnia ZAL/ghetto 3000 Jews (1925 gas)

August 1943
50,960 Jews arrived; 37,423 gassed, 13,537 selected and registered


2.8.43 Z-Sammeltransport 2 gypsies
2.8.43 Sammeltransport 64 + 9 gypsies
6.8.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 85 + 4 gypsies
7.8.43 KL Ravensbrück > Auschwitz 50 men
7.8.43 Sammeltransport 83
9.8.43 Sammeltransport 15 + 10 gypsies
13.8.43 Sammeltransporte x 3 36 + 7 gypsies
13.8.43 Myslowitz (Aktion Oderberg) 224 Poles
14.8.43 Katowice/Mysl (AO) 146 Poles
16.8.43 Katowice/Mysl (AO) 39 Poles
16.8.43 Sammeltransport 26
18.8.43 KL Auschwitz > Sachsenhausen 532 prisoners
19.8.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 1094 prisoners
20.8.43 Sammeltransport 121
21.8.43 Sammeltransport 89 + 3 gypsies
22.8.43 Protektorat 768 Czech gypsies
23.8.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 35
25.8.43 Sammeltransport 60
25.8.43 KL Auschwitz > Neuengamme 500 Poles
27.8.43 KL Auschwitz > Neuengamme 500 Poles
27.8.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 104
28.8.43 KL Auschwitz > Majdanek 66
28.8.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 96
30.8.43 Sammeltransport 10 + 5 gypsies
31.8.43 KL Auschwitz > KL Warschau 500 Jews
31.8.43 Sammeltransporte 17 + 4 Jews + 2 gypsies

September 1943

2.9.43 Bochnia ZAL 3000 Jews (2170 gas, 830 select)
2.9.43 Westerbork 1004 Jews (498 gas, 506 select)
4.9.43 Drancy 1000 Jews (662 gas, 338 select)
8.9.43 Theresienstadt 5006 Jews (family camp)
9.9.43 Westerbork 987 Jews (695 gas, 292 select)
11.9.43 Berlin (42. tpt) 54 Jews (45 gas, 9 select)
16.9.43 Westerbork 1005 Jews (578 gas, 427 select)
19.9.43 Dabrowa Tarnowska 1300 Jews (all gassed)
22.9.43 Malignes (22a +b)1425 Jews (875 gas, 550s)
23.9.43 Westerbork979 Jews (388 gas, 591 select)

September 1943
15,760 Jews arrived; 5,911 gassed, 9,849 registered

3.9.43 Sammeltransport 118 prisoners
3.9.43 Sammeltransport 41 prisoners
4.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 8 gypsies
6.9.43 Sammeltransport 58 prisoners
7.9.43 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
8.9.43 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
9.9.43 Sammeltransport 3 prisoners
9.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 8 gypsies
10.9.43 Sammeltransport 169 prisoners
10.9.43 Sammeltransport 64 prisoners
11.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 1 gypsy
13.9.43 Sammeltransport 36 prisoners
14.9.43 Sammeltransport 1 prisoner
14.9.43 KL Ravensbrück > Auschwitz 5 prisoners
16.9.43 Sammeltransport 57 prisoners
17.9.43 Sammeltransport 55 prisoners
17.9.43 Sammeltransport 67 prisoners
17.9.43 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
17.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 17 German gypsies
18.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 3 gypsies
18.9.43 Sammeltransport 95 prisoners
20.9.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 53 Poles
20.9.43 Sammeltransport 67 prisoners
21.9.43 Sammeltransport 100 prisoners
24.9.43 Sammeltransport 112 prisoners
24.9.43 KL Buchenwald > Auschwitz 15 prisoners
24.9.43 Sammeltransport 205 prisoners
25.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 4 gypsies
25.9.43 Sammeltransport 6 prisoners
27.9.43 Sammeltransport 149 prisoners
27.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 5 gypsies
28.9.43 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 600 prisoners
29.9.43 Sammeltransport 12 prisoners
29.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 4 gypsies
30.9.43 Sammeltransport 53 prisoners
30.9.43 Z-Sammeltransport 7 gypsies



October 1943

1.10.43 Frauenlager population: 32,066 prisoners

1.10.43 Berlin 81 Jews (68 gas, 13 select)
7.10.43 Theresienstadt 1313 Jews (all gassed, kids)
10.10.43 Drancy 1000 Jews (491 gas, 509 select)
15.10.43 Posen RSHA ? Jews (38 selected)
18.10.43 Zawiercze 1000 Jews (599 gas, 401 select)
21.10.43 Westerbork 1007 Jews (490 gas, 517 select)
23.10.43 Rome 1035 Jews (839 gas, 196 select)
23.10.43 Bergen-Belsen 1800 Jews (all gassed)
28.10.43 Pabianice 348 Jews (276 gas, 72 select)
30.10.43 Drancy (61.tpt) 1000 Jews (613 gas, 387 select)

October 1943
8,584+ Jews arrived; 6489 gassed; 2,133 selected

1.10.43 Sammeltransport 73 prisoners
1.10.43 Sammeltransport 162 prisoners
2.10.43 Z-Sammeltransport 1 gypsy
4.10.43 Sammeltransporte 68 prisoners
5.10.43 Sammeltransport 18 prisoners
7.10.43 KL Auschwitz> Warschau 1151 Jews
7.10.43 Sammeltransport 2 prisoners
7.10.43 Z-Sammeltransport 6 gypsies
8.10.43 KL Auschwitz> Warschau 1032 Jews
8.10.43 Sammeltransport 16 prisoners (1 Jew)
8.10.43 Sammeltransport 268 prisoners
9.10.43 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
11.10.43 Sammeltransport 46 prisoners
12.10.43 Reich 1 gypsy
13.10.43 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
13.10.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
14.10.43 Z-Sammeltransport 4 gypsies
14.10.43 Sammeltransport 36 prisoners
15.10.43 Sammeltransport 294 prisoners
15.10.43 Z-Transporte 3 gypsies
15.10.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 300 prisoners
16.10.43 Sammeltransport 23 prisoners
16.10.43 Z-Transport 3 gypsies
17.10.43 KL Mauthausen > Auschwitz 189 Ukrainians
18.10.43 Sammeltransport 1 prisoner
18.10.43 Sammeltransport 57 prisoners
18.10.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 1500 prisoners
19.10.43 Protektorat 92 Czech gypsies
20.10.43 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 20 prisoners
22.10.43 Madgeburg 7 gypsies
22.10.43 Sammeltransport 191 prisoners
22.10.43 Sammeltransport 44 prisoners
23.10.43 Z-Transport 2 gypsies
23.10.43 Sammeltransport 90 prisoners
25.10.43 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
26.10.43 Stettin 22 gypsies
26.10.43 Sammeltransport 46 prisoners
27.10.43 Z-Sammeltransport 2 gypsies
27.10.43 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
28.10.43 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
29.10.43 Sammeltransport 245 prisoners
29.10.43 Z-Transport 1 prisoner
30.10.43 Reich 23 gypsies


November 1943

1.11.43
Frauenlager: 32, 943 inmates
Männerlager: 54, 630 inmates
Total: 87,573 inmates

2.11.43 Szopienice 1870 Jews (1379 gas, 491 select)
3.11.43 Szopienice 1203 Jews (896 gas, 307 select)
5.11.43 KL Riga> Ausch 1000 Jews (850 gas, 150 select)
5.11.43 Szebnie 4237 Jews (2889 gas, 1348 select)
10.11.43 RSHA-Reich Jews (3 selected)
12.11.43 Ostoberschlesien Jews (191 selected)
13.11.43 RSHA Jews (100 selected)
14.11.43 Rome 400 Jews (243 gas, 107 select)
17.11.43 KL Herzogenbosch 561 Jews (all selected)
17.11.43 Westerbork 995 Jews (531 gas, 464 selected)
23.11.43 Drancy 1200 Jews (914 gas, 286 select)

11,466+ Jews arrived; 7702+ gassed; 4,008 selected

1.11.43 Sammeltransport 40 prisoners
2.11.42 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
5.11.43 Sammeltransporte x 3 194 prisoners
6.11.43 Sammeltransport 10 prisoners
6.11.43 Z-Sammeltransport 10 gypsies
7.11.43 KL Auschwitz > Mauthausen 1500 Poles
7.11.43 Z-Transport 4 gypsies
8.11.43 Sammeltransport 36 prisoners
9.11.43 Sammeltransporte 102 prisoners
9.11.43 Z-Transport 2 gypsies
10.11.43 Z-Sammeltransport 11 gypsies
12.11.43 Sammeltransport 170 prisoners
12.11.43 Sammeltransport 60 prisoners
13.11.43 Sammeltransport 35 prisoners
13.11.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
14.11.43 Stalag Lamsdorf 75 Soviet POW
15.11.43 Sammeltransport 124 prisoners
17.11.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
17.11.43 Sammeltransport 38 prisoners
17.11.43 Z-Sammeltransport 6 gypsies
19.11.43 KL Ausch > Neuengamme 1000 Poles, Russians
19.11.43 Sammeltransport 368 prisoners
20.11.43 Sammeltransport 51 prisoners
22.11.43 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
23.11.43 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
23.11.43 Belgium 11 Belgian gypsies
26.11.43 Sammeltransporte x 3 236 prisoners
26.11.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
27.11.43 Z-Transport 2 gypsies
27.11.43 Reich 18 gypsies
27.11.43 KL Auschwitz > Warschau 1000 Jews
28.11.43 Stalag Viljandi, Estonia 334 Soviet POWs
28.11.43 Grodno/Orel 20 Polish/Russian gypsies
29.11.43 Sammeltransport 78 prisoners
30.11.43 Sammeltransport 91 prisoners

30.11.43
Männerlager: 54,446
Frauenlager: 33,846
Total: 88,292


December 1943

2.12.43 Vienna 100 Jews (76 gas, 24 select)
8.12.43 Vienna Jews (14 selected)
10.12.43 Drancy 1000 Jews (661 gas, 339 select)
11.12.43 Milan/Verona 600 Jews (504 gas, 96 select)
16.12.43 Theresienstadt 2491 Jews (family camp)
17.12.43 Bendsburg 800 Jews (539 gas, 261 select)
20.12.43 Drancy (63. tpt) 850 Jews (505 gas, 345 select)
20.12.43 Theresienstadt 2473 Jews (family camp)
20.12.43 KL Stutthof > Ausch 626 Jews (600 gas, 26 select)


8,940+ Jews arrived; 2885+ gassed; 6,069 registered and selected

2.12.43 Yugoslavia 77 gypsies
3.12.43 Sammeltransport 284 prisoners
4.12.43 Reich 8 German gypsies
4.12.43 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
5.12.43 Kl Flossenbürg > Auschwitz 1200 (258 died in tpt)
6.12.43 KL Auschwitz > Sachsenhausen 32 prisoners
8.12.43 Sammeltransport 47 prisoners
9.12.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
9.12.43 KL Ravensbrück > Auschwitz 1 prisoner
10.12.43 Reich 50 German gypsies
10.12.43 Sammeltransporte x 2 236 prisoners
11.12.42 Monaco Gestapo 50 prisoners
11.12.43 Z-Transport 2 gypsies
11.12.43 Sammeltransport 35 prisoners
11.12.42 KL Auschwitz > Buchenwald 200 Poles, Russians
12.12.43 Stalag Lamsdorf 55 Soviet POWs
13.12.43 Sammeltransport 31 prisoners
14.12.43 Reich 4 German gypsies
15.12.43 Reich 2 German gypsies
15.12.43 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
16.12.43 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
16.12.43 Reich 18 German gypsies
16.12.43 Sammeltransport 28 prisoners
16.12.43 KL Auschwitz > Majdanek 41 prisoners
16.12.43 Z-Sammeltransport 7 gypsies
17.12.43 Stapo Wien 4 prisoners
17.12.43 Sammeltransport 191 prisoners
17.12.43 KL Auschwitz > Majdanek 60 prisoners
17.12.43 Reich 5 German gypsies
18.12.43 Sammeltransport 33 prisoners
20.12.43 Sammeltransport 77 prisoners
21.12.43 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
21.12.43 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
22.12.43 Sammeltransport 139 prisoners
23.12.43 Sammeltransport 93 prisoners
23.12.43 Reich 4 German gypsies
24.12.43 Sammeltransport 35 + 1 prisoners
27.12.43 Sammeltransport 27 prisoners
28.12.43 Z-Transport 2 gypsies
29.12.43 Reich 8 German gypsies
29.12.43 KL Neuengamme > Auschwitz 10 prisoners


31.12.43
Männerlager: 55,785 prisoners
Frauenlager: 29,513 prisoners
Total: 85,298

1-31.12.43
8,931 died in Frauenlager, of whom 4,247 selected and gassed
5,748 died in Männerlager
total 14,679 deaths

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Transports to Auschwitz, early 1944

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:11

1944

The most contentious year of all. When the time comes, the unregistered Hungarian and Lodz ghetto transports will be separated out.

Once again, transports from Stapostellen and Sipo are excluded since I did them before. One thing worth noting: there are hardly any transports of Polish political prisoners from the Generalgouvernement during the whole of the first half of 1944, these only resume with the evacuation of Warsaw after the Uprising. By contrast, Auschwitz is receiving tens of thousands prisoners from the BdS Generalgouvernenment in each of its previous three years of existence.

January 1944

Sondertransporte
12.1.44 KL Stutthof > KLA 1000 Jews (746 gas, 254 select)
13.1.44 Bedzin/Sosnowitz 2000 Jews (896 gas, 357 select)
17.1.44 Malignes (17.tpt) 657 Jews (419 gas, 238 select)
17.1.44 S-Tpt Breslau 45 Jews (35 gas, 10 select)
20.1.44 RSHA Breslau 35 Jews (all select)
22.1.44 Drancy (66.tpt) 1155 Jews (864 gas, 291 select)
23.1.44 Berlin RSHA* 48 Jews (42 gas, 6 select)
27.1.44 Westerbork 948 Jews (689 gas, 259 select)

January 1944
5,888 Jews arrived; 3,691 gas, 1,450 select

Sammeltransporte
1.1.44 Sammeltransport 135 prisoners
1.1.44 Poland 26 Polish gypsies
3.1.44 Sammeltransport 34 prisoners
4.1.44 KL Ravensbrück > Ausch 1 prisoner
6.1.44 KL Flossenbürg > Ausch 20 prisoners
7.1.44 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
8.1.44 Sammeltransport 259 prisoners
10.1.44 Sammeltransport 32 prisoners
11.1.44 Reich 15 German gypsies
14.1.44 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
14.1.44 Reich 15 German gypsies
15.1.44 Sammeltransport 184 prisoners
17.1.44 Belgium etc 351 gypsies
17.1.44 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
19.1.44 Reich 11 German gypsies
20.1.44 Sammeltransport 41 prisoners
21.1.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
22.1.44 Sammeltransport 87 prisoners
22.1.44 Austria 5 Austrian gypsies
24.1.44 Sammeltransport 6 prisoners
25.1.44 Sammeltransport 6 prisoners
26.1.44 Sammeltransport 13 prisoners
27.1.44 Reich 14 German gypsies
28.1.44 Protektorat 63 Czech gypsies
28.1.44 Sammeltransport 98 prisoners
29.1.44 Sammeltransport 33 prisoners
31.1.44 Sammeltransporte 25 prisoners

Transfers
10.1.44 KLA > Sachsenhausen 21 Poles, Russians
18.1.44 KLA > Buchenwald 104 Poles, Russians
20.1.44 KLA > Flossenbürg 300 prisoners
22.1.44 KLA > Mauthausen 335 prisoners
22.1.44 KLA > Buchenwald 91 prisoners
26.1.44 KLA > Sachsenhausen 61 prisoners
= 912


February 1944

Sondertransporte
2.2.44 Trieste 49 Jews (44 gas, 5 selected), 12 polits
6.2.44 Drancy (67.tpt) 1214 Jews (999 gas, 215 select)
6.2.44 Milan/Verona* 606 Jews (478 gas, 128 select)
7.2.44 Sosnowitz AL 40 Jews (37 gas, 3 select)
10.2.44 Westerbork 1015 Jews (800 gas, 215 select)
10.2.44 RSHA-Tpt 2 Jews registered
12.2.44 Drancy (68.tpt) 1500 Jews (1229 gas, 271 select)
16.2.44 RSHA-Tpt 5 Jews registered
18.2.44 RSHA-Tpt 7 Jews registered
21.2.44 KL Plaszow > KLA 260 Jews (all select)
23.2.44 KL Narva > KLA 132 Jews (86 gas, 46 select)
24.2.44 Berlin-RSHA* 32 Jews (29 gas, 3 select)
25.2.44 Vienna-RSHA 41 Jews (37 gas, 4 select)
26.2.44 Sosnowitz 64 Jews (54 gas, 10 select)
26.2.44 Fossoli* 489 Jews (368 gas, 121 select)

5,456 Jews arrived; 4,161 gassed; 1,295 selected

Sammeltransporte
2.2.44 Sammeltransport 24 prisoners
4.2.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
5.2.44 Sammeltransport 94 prisoners
10.2.44 Sammeltransport 22 prisoners
11.2.44 Sammeltransport 59 prisoners
11.2.44 Reich 22 German gypsies
12.2.44 Sammeltransport 22 prisoners
14.2.44 Sammeltransport 35 prisoners
15.2.44 Sammeltransport 33 prisoners
18.2.44 Sammeltransport 35 prisoners
19.2.44 Sammeltransport 37 prisoners
19.2.44 Reich 8 German gypsies
21.2.44 Sammeltransport 28 prisoners
22.2.44 Sammeltransport 106 prisoners
23.2.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
23.2.44 Z-Transport 2 Reich gypsies
24.2.44 Sammeltransport 40 prisoners
24.2.44 Stalag Lamsdorf 119 Soviet POWs
24.2.44 Reich 30 German gypsies
25.2.44 Sammeltransport 94 prisoners
26.2.44 Sammeltransport 27 prisoners
26.2.44 Stalag Lamsdorf 84 Soviet POWs (16 shot)
26.2.44 Protektorat 3 Czech gypsies
27.2.44 Reich 8 German gypsies
28.2.44 Sammeltransport 13 prisoners
29.2.44 Sammeltransport 17 prisoners

yes, it was a leap year.

Transfers
2.2.44 KLA > Flossenbürg 303 prisoners
9.2.44 KLA > Flossenbürg 112 prisoners
15.2.44 KLA > Mauthausen 1500 prisoners
22.2.44 KLA > Buchenwald 145 prisoners
24.2.44 KLA > Majdanek 200 Jews (Sdkdo)
= 2260


March 1944

Sondertransporte
1.3.44 Sipo Trieste 4 Jews registered
4.3.44 Sosnowitz 27 Jews (21 gas, 6 select)
5.3.44 Westerbork 732 Jews (477 gas, 255 select)
7.3.44 Merano* 34 Jews (all gassed)
9.3.44 RSHA-Bielitz 7 Jews registered
10.3.44 Drancy (69.tpt) 1501 Jews (1301 gas, 190 select)*
11.3.44 Berlin/Sosnowitz 32+ Jews (26+ gas, 6 select)
14.3.44 Sosnowitz 39 Jews (31 gas, 8 select)
16.3.44 RSHA-Bielitz 2 Jews registered (4 more?)
22.3.44 Theresienstadt 45 Jews (32 gas, 13 select)
25.3.44 Den Haag 184 Jews (all gassed 3.4.44)
30.3.44 Drancy (70. tpt) 1000 Jews (472 gas, 528 select)

March 1944
3,607+ Jews arrived; 3106+ gassed; 1,019 registered


Sammeltransporte
3.3.44 Sammeltransporte 40 prisoners
3.3.44 Reich 2 German gypsies
4.3.44 Sammeltransport 17 prisoners
4.3.44 Poland 14 Polish gypsies
6.3.44 Sammeltransport 12 prisoners
7.3.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
9.3.44 Reich 16 German gypsies
10.3.44 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
10.3.44 Reich 7 German gypsies
11.3.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
13.3.44 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
14.3.44 Sammeltransport 34 prisoners
15.3.44 Austria 5 Austrian gypsies
17.3.44 Sammeltransporte x 2 47 prisoners
17.3.44 Protektorat-Mirau 22 prisoners
18.3.44 Reich 3 German gypsies
20.3.44 Poland 5 gypsies (1 family)
21.3.44 Kripo Graz 1 prisoner
22.3.44 Sammeltransport 31 prisoners
22.3.44 Reich 7 German gypsies (family)
23.3.44 Reich 20 German gypsies
24.3.44 Sammeltransport 23 prisoners
24.3.44 Z-Sammeltransport 13 gypsies
25.3.44 Sammeltransport 12 prisoners
25.3.44 BdS Den Haag 30 + 7
25.3.44 Reich 11 German gypsies
26.3.44 Einzeltransport 1 Jew
27.3.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
27.3.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 1 prisoner
28.3.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 2 prisoners
28.3.44 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
30.3.44 Stalag VIIA Moosburg 13 POWs
31.3.44 Sammeltransport 22 prisoners

Transfers In
26.3.44 KL Gross-Rosen > KLA 443 prisoners

Transfers Out
1.3.44 KLA > Sachsenhausen 13 prisoners
2.3.44 KLA > Buchenwald 421 prisoners
8.3.44 KLA > Buchenwald 85 Poles, Russians
21.3.44 KLA > Natzweiler 30 prisoners
30.3.44 KLA > Buchenewald 202 prisoners


April 1944

5.4.44 KLA I, II, III: 67,000 inmates

Sondertransporte
4.4.44 Trieste* 106 Jews (22 gas, 84 select)
7.4.44 Westerbork 240 Jews (111 gas, 129 select)
7.4.44 Malignes (24.tpt) 625 Jews (273 gas, 352 select)
10.4.44 Fossoli* 610 Jews (376 gas, 234 select)
10.4.44 RSHA-Tpt Jews (151 selected)
11.4.44 RSHA-Tpt Jews (308 selected)
11.4.44 Athens 2500 Jews (1852 gas, 648 select)
16.4.44 KL Majdanek > KLA 299 Jews, 2 ot (gas 18.4.)
16.4.44 Drancy (71. tpt) 1500 Jews (1102 gas, 398 select)
19.4.44 Berlin 31 Jews (19 gas,12 select)
22.4.44 Sosnowitz 21 Jews (18 gas, 3 select)
27.4.44 Vienna 19 Jews (14 gas, 5 select)
29.4.44 RSHA-Tpt 2 Jews registered
29.4.44 Ostoberschlesien AL 295 Jews registered
29.4.44 Ostoberschlesien AL 248 Jews registered
29.4.44 RSHA-Tpt 6 Jews registered
30.4.44 Trieste 30 Jews (17 gas, 13 select)

6,993+ Jews arrived; 4105+ gassed; 2,888 selected and regsistered

*Czech: 10.4.44 Fossoli, Mantova, Verona – 935 Jews. Tibaldi: 610 Jews

Sammeltransporte
1.4.44 Sammeltransport 12 prisoners
4.4.44 Sammeltransport 32 prisoners
4.4.44 Stapo Madgeburg 3 prisoners
7.4.44 Stapo Frankfurt/O 1 prisoner
7.4.44 BdS Den Haag 9 prisoners
7.4.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
8.4.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
8.4.44 Reich 10 German gypsies
10.3.44 Sammeltransport 3 prisoners
11.4.44 Stapo Katowice 22 prisoners
11.4.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 2 prisoners
12.4.44 Stapo Katowice 2 prisoners
12.4.44 Reich 10 German gypsies
13.4.44 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
13.4.44 Berlin 1 German gypsy
14.4.44 Sammeltransport 60 prisoners
14.4.44 Reich 2 gypsies
15.4.44 Sammeltransport 7 prisoners
16.4.44 Bialystok/Brest 852 Polish gypsies
17.4.44 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners
18.4.44 Sammeltransport 20 prisoners
19.4.44 Stapo Katowice 14 prisoners
20.4.44 Stapo Katowice 6 prisoners
21.4.44 Sammeltransport 37 prisoners
21.4.44 Reich 74 German gypsies
22.4.44 Stapo Lodz 7 prisoners
22.4.44 Stapo Katowice 9 prisoners
22.4.44 Sipo Krakau 4 prisoners
24.4.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
24.4.44 Reich 6 German gypsies
24.4.44 Stapo Madgeburg 1 prisoner
24.4.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
25.4.44 Stapo Katowice 2 prisoners
25.4.44 Sammeltransport 45 prisoners
27.4.44 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
28.4.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
29.4.44 Sammeltransport 24 prisoners
30.4.44 BdS Trieste 21 prisoners
30.4.44 BdS Paris 1655 politicals

Transfers In
9.4.44 KL Majdanek > KLA 2066 (1881reg., rest+)
14.4.44 KL Majdanek > KLA 1239 prisoners (52 prev.)
15.4.44 KL Majdanek > KLA 1026 prisoners

Transfers Out
3.4.44 KLA > Plaszow 24 Jews
15.4.44 KLA II > Buchenwald 884 prisoners
15.4.44 KLA II > Ravensbrück 473 gypsies
20.4.44 KLA > Gross-Rosen 20 Poles
22.4.44 KLA > Gross-Rosen 500 Jews
26.4.44 KLA > Buchenwald 599 Poles, 1 Russian




* = other sources used
Germany/Austria: mainly cross-referencing with Gottwaldt/Schulle
Italy: Czech gives:700 for Milan/Verona tpt on 6.2.44; 650 for 26.2.44 tpt from Fossoli; above figures from Italo Tibaldi.

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Transports to Auschwitz, spring-summer 1944

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:15

As the history of Auschwitz becomes so convoluted from here on, it's worth a separate section.


The Hungary Action

Hungarian transports that left their departure points on the given days. Generally speaking they arrived 3 days later at Auschwitz.

29.4.44 Kistarcsa 1900
30.4.44 Topolya 1900 - noted in Kalendarium

From Hungarian Gendarmerie sources: the following trains passed Kosice (Kassa) on the Slovak-Hungarian border

The Gendarmerie list at Kosice (Kassa)


1 14.5.1944 Nyiregyháza HU 3200
2 14.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3169
3 16.5.1944 Košice (Kassa) SK 3055
4 16.5.1944 (Beregszász) UA 3818
5 16.5.1944 (Máramarossziget) RO 3007
6 16.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3629
7 16.5.1944 Košice (Kassa) SK 3629
8 17.5.1944 Košice (Kassa) SK 3352
9 17.5.1944 Užhorod (Ungvár) UA 3455
10 17.5.1944 Ökörmezö UA 3052
11 17.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3306
12 18.5.1944 (Máramarossziget) RO 3248
13 18.5.1944 (Beregszász) UA 3569
14 18.5.1944 Sátoraljaújhely HU 3439
15 18.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3025
16 19.5.1944 (Felsövisó) RO 3032
17 19.5.1944 Mátészalka HU 3299
18 19.5.1944 (Szatmárnémeti) RO 3000
19 19.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3222
20 20.5.1944 (Máramarossziget) RO 3104
21 20.5.1944 Nagyszöllös) UA 3458
22 20.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3028
23 21.5.1944 (Felsövisó) RO 3013
24 21.5.1944 Nyiregyháza HU 3274
25 21.5.1944 Sátoraljaújhely HU 3290
26 21.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 2861
27 22.5.1944 (Máramarossziget) RO 3490
28 22.5.1944 Užhorod (Ungvár) UA 3335
29 22.5.1944 (Szatmárnémeti) RO 3300
30 22.5.1944 Mátészalka HU 3299
31 23.5.1944 (Felsõvisó) RO 3023
32 23.5.1944 Nyiregyháza HU 3272
33 23.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3269
34 23.5.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad ) RO 3110
35 24.5.1944 (Beregszász) UA 2602
36 24.5.1944 Košice (Kassa) SK 3172
37 24.5.1944 Hust (Huszt) UA 3328
38 24.5.1944 Mukaèevo (Munkács) UA 3080
39 25.5.1944 Užhorod (Ungvár) UA 3334
40 25.5.1944 (Nagyvárad) RO 3148
41 25.5.1944 (Kolozsvár) RO 3130
42 25.5.1944 Akna-Szlatina RO 3317
43 25.5.1944 (Felsövisó) RO 3006
44 26.5.1944 Hust (Huszt) UA 3249
45 26.5.1944 (Szatmárnémeti) RO 3336
46 27.5.1944 Sátoraljaújhely HU 3325
47 27.5.1944 (Nagyszölös) UA 3415
48 27.5.1944 Nyiregyháza HU 2708
49 27.5.1944 Užhorod (Ungvár) UA 2988
50 27.5.1944(Marosvásárhely) RO 3183
51 28.5.1944 Taèev (Técsö) UA 2208
52 28.5.1944 Dej (Dés) RO 3150
53 25.5.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 3227
54 29.5.1944 (Beregszász) UA 860
55 29.5.1944 Mátészalka HU 3299
56 29.5.1944 (Kolozsvár) RO 3417
57 29.5.1944 (Szatmárnémeti) RO 3306
58 29.5.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 3166
59 30.5.1944 Kisvárda HU 3475
60 30.5.1944 (Marosvásárhely) RO 3203
61 30.5.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 3187
62 30.5.1944 Satu-Mare (Szatmárnémeti) RO 3300
63 31.5.1944 Užhorod (Ungvár) UA 3056
64 31.5.1944 (Kolozsvár) RO 3270
65 31.5.1944 (Nagybánya) RO 3073
66 31.5.1944 (Szilágysomló) RO 3106
67 1.6.1944 Mátészalka HU 3299
68 1.6.1944 Kisvárda HU 3421
69 1.6.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 3059
70 1.6.1944 (Szatmárnémeti) RO 2615
71 2.6.1944 Hust (Huszt) UA 2396
72 2.6.1944 Bistriþa (Beszterce) RO 3106
73 2.6.1944 (Kolozsvár) RO 3100
74 3.6.1944 (Nagyszölös) UA 2937
75 3.6.1944 Košice (Kassa) SK 2499
76 3.6.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 2972
77 3.6.1944 (Szilágysomló) RO 3161
78 4.6.1944 Szászrégen RO 3149
79 4.6.1944 Sátoraljaújhely HU 2567
80 5.6.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 2527
81 5.6.1944 Mátészalka HU 3100
82 5.6.1944 Nyiregyháza HU 2253
83 5.6.1944 (Nagybánya) RO 2844
84 6.6.1944 Hust (Huszt) UA 1852
85 6.6.1944 Dej (Dés) RO 3160
86 6.6.1944 Bistriþa (Beszterce) RO 2875
87 8.6.1944 (Szilágysomló) RO 1584
88 8.6.1944 Dej (Dés) RO 1364
89 8.6.1944 (Kolozsvár) RO 1784
90 8.6.1944 (Marosvásárhely) RO 1163
91 9.6.1944 Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár)RO 1447
92 11.6.1944 Maklár HU 2794
93 12.6.1944 Diosgyör HU 2675
94 12.6.1944 Balassagyarmat HU 2810
95 12.6.1944 Diosgyör HU 2941
96 12.6.1944 (Érsekujvár) SK 2899
97 12.6.1944 Diosgyör HU 3051
98 13.6.1944 Hatvan HU 2961
99 13.6.1944 Komárno (Komárom) SK;HU 2790
100 13.6.1944 Salgotarján HU 2310
101 14.6.1944 Miskolc-Diosgyör HU 3965
102 14.6.1944 Balasagyarmat HU 1867
103 15.6.1944 Levice (Léva) SK 2678
104 15.6.1944 Miskolc HU 2829
105 15.6.1944 Nové Zámky (Érsekujvár)SK 1980
106 16.6.1944 Györ HU 2985
107 16.6.1944 Komárno (Komárom) SK;HU 2673
108 16.6.1944 (Dunaszerdahely)SK 2969
109 25.6.1944 Debrecen HU 3006
110 26.6.1944 Szeged HU 3199
111 27.6.1944 Debrecen HU 3842
112 27.6.1944 Kecskemét HU 2642
113 27.6.1944 Oradea (Nagyvárad) RO 2819
114 27.6.1944 Békescsaba HU 3118
115 28.6.1944 Bácsalmás HU 3737
116 29.6.1944 Kecskemét HU 2790
117 29.6.1944 Szolnok HU 2038
118 29.6.1944 Debrecen HU 3026
119 5.7.1944 Sárvár HU 3105
120 5.7.1944 SzombathelyHU 3103
121 6.7.1944 Kaposvár HU 3050
122 6.7.1944 Pécs HU 3100
123 6.7.1944 Kaposvár HU 2066
124 7.7.1944 Sopron HU 3077
125 7.7.1944 Pápa HU 2793
126 7.7.1944 Paks HU 1072
127 7.7.1944 Monor HU 3549
128 7.7.1944 Óbuda HU 3151
129 7.7.1944 Sárvár HU 2204
130 8.7.1944 Pécs HU 2523
131 8.7.1944 Óbuda HU 2997
132 9.7.1944 Monor HU 3065
133 9.7.1944 Óbuda HU 3072
134 9.7.1944 BudakalászHU 3072
135 9.7.1944 Monor HU 3079
136 9.7.1944 Békesmegyer 1924
137 20.7.1944 RákoscsabaHU 1230
137 401439

also available at:
http://147.232.145.11/history/zidovsky/vlaksmrti.htm

N.B.is missing around 10 transports that took a different route or did not go to Auschwitz (4 trains to Strasshof)

N.B. we also have the Glaser list showing 142 trains arriving including the first two transports.

http://www.deathcamps.org/occupation/glaser.htm

I have separated out regular Sondertransporte from the Hungarian transports which began to arrive in May 1944. This is because of the existence of the 'Depot' and so-called Depot-Haeftlinge', that is to say unregistered Hungarian inmates who often were transported onwards to other camps without ever being registered at Auschwitz.

For more on this, see Gerlach/Aly, and previous threads on the various reports indicating the actual numbers and dates of the Hungarian transports.

Pressac, and of course revisionists like Butz, have followed the entries in Czech to conclude only 60 transports arrived, when in fact there were 140+. Of these transports, only a fraction were registered in KL Auschwitz; at least a quarter transited elsewhere without being registered, the remainder were gassed.

One further comment: most of the seemingly smaller selections were of twins, picked out by Mengele. That they are identified as twins indicates that these were not normal selections.

A similar problem applies to the deportation of the Lodz ghetto.

One immediate comment on the regular Sondertransporte: the three large Theresienstadt transports were sent to the Theresienstadt family camp in Birkenau; while transports from Western Europe and the slowly dissolving forced labour camp network in Upper East Silesia continued on their previously relatively low level. It is striking that the two transports from Malignes and Westerbork were mostly selected for work, this at a time when Hungarian transports were arriving in full flood.


N.B. I have indicated A-series registration numberings by using the abbreviation 'selectA'


May 1944

Sondertransporte
1.5.44 Drancy (72. tpt) 1005 Jews (865 gas, 139 select)
2.5.44 RSHA-Tpt 1 Jew registered
4.5.44 > Gleiwitz AL 506 Jews registered
4.5.44 Berlin 26 Jews (16 gas, 10 select)
13.5.44 RSHA-Blechhammer Jews (72 select – A)
16.5.44 Sosnowitz 31 Jews (14 gas, 17 selectA)
16.5.44 Theresienstadt 2503 Jews (all selectA)
17.5.44 Theresienstadt 2447 Jews (all selectA)
19.5.44 Theresienstadt 2499 (all selectA)
21.5.44 Malignes (25.tp 507 Jews (109 gas, 398 selectA)
21.5.44 Westerbork 453 Jews (103 gas, 350 selectA)
23.5.44 Drancy (74.tpt 1200 Jews (732 gas, 448 selectA)
23.5.44 RSHA-Italy Jews (256 selectA)
24.5.44 Ottmuch ZAL 188 Jews selectA
29.5.44 Sosnowitz 10 Jews selectA
31.5.44 Annaberg 2 Jews select

May 1944
11,706+ Jews arrived, 1839+ gassed, 9796 selected

Hungarian Selections and Registrations into Auschwitz
2.5.44 Hungary x 2 tpts 3600 Jews (2698 gas, 1102 select)
17.5.44 Hungary Jews (19 selectA)
18.5.44 Hungary Jews (20 selectA)
19.5.44 Hungary Jews (7 selectA)
20.5.44 Hungary Jews (92 selectA)
21.5.44 Hungary Jews (11 selectA)
21.5.44 Hungary Jews (4 selectA)
21.5.44 Hungary Jews (3 selectA)
22.5.44 Hungary Jews (2000 selectA)
22.5.44 Hungary Jews (9 selectA)
23.5.44 Hungary Jews (5 selectA)
24.5.44 Hungary Jews (2000 selectA)
25.5.44 Hungary Jews (100 selectA)
25.5.44 Hungar (21.5 arr.) Jews (3 selectA)
25.5.44 Hungary Jews (1 selectA)
26.5.44 Hungary Jews (4 selectA)
27.5.44 Hungary Jews (8 selectA)
28.5.44 Hungary Jews (14 selectA)
28.5.44 Hungary Jews (12 selectA)
29.5.44 Hungary Jews (2000 selectA)
30.5.44 Hungary Jews (1003 selectA)
31.5.44 Hungary Jews (100 selectA)
31.5.44 Hungary Jews (2000 selectA)

Hungarian Transports Out
23.5.44 KLA > Buchenwald 1000 Hung. Jews (DepH?)
28.5.44 KLA > Mauthausen 963 Hung. Jews (DepH?)

another source:
17/5 1.500 KL Groß-Rosen - not listed in Czech
23/5 1.000 KL Buchenwald
24/5 3.000 KL Groß-Rosen - not listed in Czech
24/5 189 KL Groß-Rosen - not listed in Czech
28/5 2.000 KL Mauthausen
28/5 963 KL Mauthausen
29/5 1.000 KL Mauthausen



Sammeltransporte
1.5.44 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
2.5.44 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners + 2
3.5.44 Reich 1 German gypsy
4.5.44 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
4.5.44 Reich 8 German gypsies
5.5.44 Sammeltransport 26 prisoners
5.5.44 Stapo Karlsruhe 1 prisoner
6.5.44 Sammeltransport 36 prisoners
6.5.44 Reich 73 German gypsies
7.5.44 EK 9, Vitebsk 392 prisoners
8.5.44 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
9.5.44 Sammeltransport 16 prisoners
10.5.44 Z-Transport 1 gypsy
10.5.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
11.5.44 Stapo Katowice 17 prisoners
12.5.44 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners
12.5.44 Sipo Lublin 2 prisoners
12.5.44 Stapo Katowice 11 prisoners
12.5.44 Theresienstadt-LF 1 prisoner
12.5.44 Sammeltransport 11 prisoners
12.5.44 Mulfingen 58 German gypsies
13.5.44 Sammeltransport 34 prisoners
13.5.44 Reich 24 German gypsies
13.5.44 Stapo Katowice 14 prisoners
14.5.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
14.5.44 Polizeihäftling 1 prisoner
15.5.44 Stapo Katowice 10 prisoners
15.5.44 Budapest 31 prisoners
16.5.44 Stapo Katowice 20 prisoners
16.5.44 Reich 2 German gypsies
16.5.44 Stapo Wien 2 prisoners
16.5.44 Monaco Gestapo 6 prisoners
16.5.44 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners
17.5.44 Stapo Katowice 46 prisoners
18.5.44 Stapo Katowice 8 prisoners
19.5.44 Reich 1 German gypsy
19.5.44 Sammeltransport 38 prisoners
19.5.44 Stapo Metz 2 prisoners
20.5.44 Stapo Oppeln 31 prisoners
20.5.44 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
20.5.44 Reich 3 Gerrman gypsies
21.5.44 Polizeihäftling 1 prisoner
21.5.44 Stapo Wien 12 prisoners
22.5.44 Sammeltransport 29 prisoners
23.5.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 4 prisoners
24.5.44 KdS Minsk 288 prisoners
24.5.44 Sammeltransport 13 prisoners
24.5.44 Stapo Katowice 34 prisoners
24.5.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
25.5.44 Sammeltransport 24 prisoners
25.5.44 Reich 2 German gypsies
26.5.44 Sammeltransport 26 prisoners
26.5.44 Stapo Katowice 46 prisoners
26.5.44 Sosnowitz, Bielitz, Myslowitz 25 prisoners
27.5.44 Sammeltransport 31 prisoners
27.5.44 Stapo Dessau 1 prisoner
27.5.44 Reich 4 German gypsies
29.5.44 Polizeihäftling 1 prisoner
29.5.44 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
30.5.44 Sammeltranspot 14 prisoners
30.5.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 1 prisoner
30.5.44 Protektorat 1 Czech gypsy
30.5.44 Sammeltransport 20 prisoners
31.5.44 Stapo Breslau 1 prisoner
31.5.44 Reich 2 German gypsies

Transfers In
20.5.44 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 6 prisoners
21.5.44 KL Vught > KLA 246 Dutch gypsies

Transfers Out
1.5.44 KLA > Gross-Rosen 23 Jews
3.5.44 KLA > Natzweiler 1400 Poles, Russians
12.5.44 KLA > Lodz-Konstantynow 33 Russians
12.5.44 KLA > Flossenbürg 26 prisoners
12.5.44 KLA II > Buchenwald 1638 frz, 39 p,r
15.5.44 KLA > Plaszow 10 Jews
16.5.44 KLA > Buchenwald 1578 Poles, Russians
18.5.44 KLA > Sachsenhausen 10 Jews
24.5.44 KLA > Flossenbürg 82 gypsies
24.5.44 KLA > Ravensbrück 144 gypsies


June 1944


Sondertransporte
2.6.44 Drancy (75.tpt) 1000 Jews (627 gas, 373 selectA)
3.6.44 Trieste 10 Jews (7 gas, 3 select)
6.6.44 KL Vught > KLA 496 Dutch Jews sel.
12.6.44 KL Bergen-Belsen > KLA 23 Jews regist.
16.6.44 Trieste 30 Jews ( 2 d., 28 selectA)
16.6.44 Berlin* 29 Jews (17 gas, 12 selectA)
25.6.44 Trieste 24 Jews selected
28.6.44 Vienna-RSHA 22 Jews (14 gas, 8 selectA)
29.6.44 Sosnowitz 61 Jews (49 gas, 12 selectA)
29.6.44 Vienna-RSHA 38 Jews (32 gas, 6 selectA)
30.6.44 Corfu-Athens 2044 Jews (1423 gas, 621 selectA)
30.6.44 Fossoli* 523 Jews (292 gas, 231 selectA)

June 1944
4,300+ Jews arrived, 2463+ gassed, 1837 selected

Hungarian Selections
1.6.44 Hungary 26 Jews selectA
2.6.44 Hungary 11 Jews selectA
4.6.44 Hungary 3 Jews selectA
6.6.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA
7.6.44 Hungary 2002 Jews selectA
7.6.44 Hungary 5 Jews selectA
12.6.44 Hungary 1 Jew selectA
13.6.44 Hungary 5 Jews selectA
14.6.44 Hungary 6 Jews selectA
14.6.44 Hungary 3 Jews selectA
15.6.44 Hungary 203 Jews selectA
17.6.44 Hungary 12 Jews selectA
17.6.44 Hungary 320 selectA
17.6.44 Hungary 300 selectA
17.6.44 Hungary 120 selectA
18.6.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA
28.6.44 Hungary 1000 Jews selectA
29.6.44 Hungary 150 Jews selectA
29.6.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA – M
29.6.44 Hungary 2 Jews selectA – M

Transports of Depot Prisoners
1.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 1000 Hung Jews, 13 Poles
5.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 2000 Hung. Jews
6.6.44 KLA > Mauthausen 2000 Hung Jews (DepH)
11.6.44 KLA > Mauthausen 2000 Hung Jews (DepH)
17.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 1000 Hung Jews (DepH)
17.6.44 KLA > Mauthausen 1500 Hung Jews (DepH)
23.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 434 Hung Jews (DepH)

another source:

1/6 1.000 KL Buchenwald
5/6 2.400 KL Sachsenhausen
5/6 2.000 KL Buchenwald
6/6 2.000 KL Mauthausen
8/6 4.000 KL Groß-Rosen
11/6 2.000 KL Mauthausen
14/6 500 KL Mauthausen
15/6 ? KL Dachau
17/6 1.000 KL Buchenwald
17/6 1.500 KL Mauthausen
23/6 434 KL Buchenwald
29/6 2.502 KL Stutthof

Sammeltransporte
1.6.44 Stapo Katowice 17 prisoners
1.6.44 EK 9/KdS Minsk 481 prisoners
1.6.44 Sammeltransport 15 prisoners
2.6.44 Protektorat 5 Czech gypsies
3.6.44 Sammeltransporte x 2 14 prisoners
3.6.44 BdS Trieste 112 prisoners
5.6.44 Sammeltransport 6 prisoners
6.6.44 Hungary 9 prisoners
6.6.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 2 prisoners
6.6.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
7.6.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
8.6.44 Stapo Katowice 2 prisoners
8.6.44 Theresienstadt-LF 19 prisoners
9.6.44 Stapo Katowice 15 prisoners
9.6.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
10.6.44 Reich 2 German gypsies
12.6.44 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
13.6.44 Sammeltransport 10 prisoners
14.6.44 Sammeltransport 3 prisoners
15.6.44 Sammeltransport 2 prisoners
16.6.44 Stapo Katowice 21 prisoners
16.6.44 BdS Trieste 66/86 prisoners
16.6.44 Sammeltransport 43 prisoners
16.6.44 Bielszowice 3 Polish gypsies
17.6.44 Monaco Gestapo 1 prisoner
17.6.44 Sammeltransport 21 prisoners
17.6.44 Stapo Katowice 2 prisoners
17.6.44 Vitebsk 3 prisoners
19.6.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
19.6.44 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
19.6.44 Stapo Lodz 9 prisoners
20.6.44 Sammeltransport 20 prisoners
21.6.44 Stapo Katowice 13 prisoners
21.6.44 Reich 3 German gypsies
23.6.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
24.6.44 Stapo Stettin 1 prisoner
24.6.44 Sammeltransport 6 prisoners
24.6.44 Stapo Prag 2 prisoners
24.6.44 Sammeltransport 49 prisoners
25.6.44 BdS Trieste 79 prisoners
26.6.44 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
27.6.44 Sammeltransport 9 prisoners
28.6.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
28.6.44 Sipo Belgrad 112 prisoners
28.6.44 Stapo Katowice 8 prisoners
30.6.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
30.6.44 Westerbork 1 prisoner
30.6.44 Stapo Magdeburg/Dessau 13 prisoners

Transfers In
24.6.44 KL Ravensbrück > KLA 2 prisoners

Transfers Out
12.6.44 KLA > Ravensbrück 503 Poles, Russians
23.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 1216 Poles, 784 Russians
26.6.44 KLA > Buchenwald 778 prisoners

July 1944

12.7.44 Inmate population: 92,208

Sondertransporte
2.7.44 Protektorat 6 Jews selectA
4.7.44 Drancy (76. tpt) 1100 Jews (479 gas, 621 selectA)
12.7.44 Sosnowitz 23 Jews selectA
13.7.44 Berlin (55. Tpt) 99 Jews (72 gas, 17 selectA)
14.7.44 Trieste Jews (9 selectA)
18.7.44 Sosnowitz 47 Jews (38 gas, 9 selectA)
19.7.44 Sosnowitz-Bedzin 310 Jews (276 gas, 34 selectA)
22.7.44 Budapest 127 Jews and Poles (94 gas, 33 select)
23.7.44 Ludwigsdorf 455 Jews (370 gas, 85 selectA)
23.7.44 Sosnowitz 12 Jews selectA
25.7.44 Budapest 78 Jews and Poles (51 gas, 27 select)
27.7.44 ZAL Pustkow 1700 Jews (1237 gas, 463 selectA))
28.7.44 KL Majdanek, Pustkow 385 JewsA, 452 prisoners
30.7.44 Radom-RSHA Jews (1607 selectA)
30.7.44 Radom 5 Jews selectA
31.7.44 Tarnow-RSHA 3000 Jews selectA
31.7.44 Pionki ZAL 3000 Jews (1036 gas, 1964 selecAB)
31.7.44 Blizyn-RSHA Jews (2629 selecAB)

July 1944
14,592+ Jews arrived, 3,653+ gassed, 10,929 selected

Hungarian Registrations into Auschwitz
2.7.44 Hungary Depot > KLA III 174 Jews selectA
3.7.44 Hungary 174 Jews selectA
3.7.44 Hungary Depot > KLA III 500 Jews selectA
5.7.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA
5.7.44 Hungary 13 Jews selectA
7.7.44 Hungary 283 Jews selectA
7.7.44 Hungary 217 Jews selectA
7.7.44 Hungary 3 Jews selectA
8.7.44 Hungary 3 Jews selectA
8.7.44 Hungary 999 Jews selectA
9.7.44 Hungary 10 Jews selectA
10.7.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA – M
10.7.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA – M
10.7.44 Hungary 4 Jews selectA - M
11.7.44 Hungary x 2 4 Jews selectA - M
12.7.44 HungaryDep > Blechhammer AL 69 Jews selectA
15.7.44 Hungary 2 Jews selectA
25.7.44 Hungary 2000 Jews selectA
25.7.44 Hungary 11 Jews selectA
26.7.44 Hungary 2008 Jews selectA
27.7.44 Hungary 261 Jews selectA
27.7.44 Hungary 5 Jews selectA
30.7.44 Hungary 2 Jews selectA
31.7.44 Hungary 427 Jews selectA


Transfers out of Auschwitz
1.7.44 KLA > Buchenwald 200 Hung Jews (DepH)
6.7.44 KLA > Ravensbrück 1000 women
9.7.44 KLA > Mauthausen 1000 Poles
10.7.44 KLA > Dachau, Allach AL 800 Jews
13.7.44 KLA > Buchenwald 2500 Hung Jews (DepH)
14.7.44 KLA > Stutthof ca. 2000 Jews
15.7.44 KLA > Buchenwald 2500 Hung Jews Depot
22.7.44 KLA > Ravensbrück 998 prisoners
26.7.44 KLA > Dachau, Kaufering AL1300 Hung Jews
30.7.44 KLA > Buchenwald AL 530 Hung Jews (DepH)

another source for Hungarian Jews transported out of KLA:
1/7 2.000 KL Buchenwald
6/7 2.500 KL Buchenwald
10/7 800 KL Dachau
13/7 2.500 KL Buchenwald
15/7 2.500 KL Buchenwald
20/7 2.500 KL Stutthof
30/7 530 KL Buchenwald



Sammeltransporte
1.7.44 Stapo Krakau 3 prisoners
1.7.44 Stapo Lodz 11 prisoners
1.7.44 SD Trieste 102 prisoners
1.7.44 Sammeltransport 5 prisoners
1.7.44 Reich 12 German gypsies
1.7.44 Theresienstadt – LF 4 prisoners
2.7.44 SD Trieste 4 prisoners
2.7.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
2.7.44 Budapest 1 prisoner
3.7.44 Sammeltransport 3 prisoners
4.7.44 Sammeltransport 28 prisoners
5.7.44 Stapo Katowice 7 prisoners
5.7.44 Stapo Wien 4 prisoners
5.7.44 Budapest 7 prisoners
5.7.44 Sammeltransport 30 prisoners
6.7.44 Sammeltransport 13 prisoners
7.7.44 Stapo Katowice 3 prisoners
8.7.44 Sammeltransporte x 2 62 prisoners
8.7.44 Z-Sammeltransport 5 gypsies
10.7.44 Sammeltransport 4 prisoners
11.7.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
11.7.44 Stapo Oppeln 3 prisoners
11.7.44 Stapo Breslau 1 prisoner
12.7.44 Sammeltransport 7 prisoners
13.7.44 Sammeltransport 16 prisoners
13.7.44 Stapo Graz 19 Yugoslavs
14.7.44 SD Trieste 39 prisoners
14.7.44 SD Görz 32 prisoners
14.7.44 Sammeltransport 8 prisoners
15.7.44 Stapo Stettin 1 prisoner
15.7.44 Sammeltransporte x 2 37 prisoners
16.7.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
17.7.44 Sammeltransport 19 prisoners
18.7.44 Sammeltransport 77 prisoners
19.7.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
20.7.44 Stapo Prag 11 prisoners
21.7.44 Sammeltransport 10 prisoners
21.7.44 Stapo Katowice 7 prisoners
21.7.44 Stapo Reichenau 1 prisoners
21.7.44 Sipo Kaunas 22 Lith. gypsies
22.7.44 Sipo Kaunas 5 prisoners
22.7.44 Sammeltransport 25 prisoners
23.7.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 1 prisoner
23.7.44 Stalag Tschentstochau 34 Sov POWs
24.7.44 Theresienstadt - LF 2 prisoners
24.7.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
25.7.44 Stapo Katowice 1 prisoner
25.7.44 Sammeltransport 40 prisoners
25.7.44 Stapo Klagenfurt 1 prisoner
26.7.44 Sammeltransport 10 prisoners
26.7.44 Stapo Breslau 1 prisoner
28.7.44 Sipo Radom 430 prisoners
28.7.44 Sipo Radom 20 Soviet POWs
27.7.44 Stapo Katowice 3 prisoners
28.7.44 Sammeltransport 28 prisoners
29.7.44 Sammeltransport 14 prisoners
31.7.44 Stapo Katowice 5 prisoners
31.7.44 Sipo Radom 51 prisoners
31.7.44 KL Majdanek > KLA 1 prisoner (escapee?)



August 1944

Hungarian Transports out of Auschwitz
13/8 1.000 KL Buchenwald
14/8 2.800 KL Stutthof
16/8 2.800 KL Stutthof
20/8 270 KL Buchenwald [/i]
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Transports from Berlin

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:16

Berlin
No. Date Destination Number of Deportees
18 October 1941 Lodz 1,013,
2. 24 October 1941 Lodz 1,024,
3. 27 October 1941 Lodz 1,009,
4. 1 November 1941 Lodz 1,033,
5. 14 November 1941 Minsk,
6. 17 November 1941 Kovno 3,715,
7. 27 November 1941 Riga,
8. 13 January 1942 Riga 907,
9. 19 January 1942 Riga 579,
10. 25 January 1942 Riga 905,
11. 28 March 1942 Travniki (Lublin area) 972,
12. 2 April 1942 Travniki (Lublin area) 728,
13. 2 April 1942 Travniki (Lublin area) 642,
14. 14 April 1942 Travniki (Lublin area) 72,
15. 13 June 1942 East 748,
16. 26 June 1942 East 201,
17. 11 July 1942 Auschwitz 210,
18.15 August 1942 Riga 1,004,
19. 5 September 1942 Unknown 790,
20. 3 October 1942 Unknown 816,
21. 19 October 1942 Unknown 944,
22. 26 October 1942 Unknown 800,
23. 29 November 1942 Auschwitz 980,
24. 9 December 1942 Auschwitz 1,000,
25. 14 December 1942 Auschwitz 811,
26. 12 January 1943 Auschwitz 1,190,
27. 29 January 1943 Auschwitz 1,000,
28. 3 February 1943 Auschwitz 952,
29. 19 February 1943 Auschwitz 1,000,
30. 26 February 1943 Auschwitz 913,
31. 1 March 1943 Auschwitz 1,682,
32. 2 March 1943 Auschwitz 1,592,
33. 3 March 1943 Auschwitz 1,732,
34. 4 March 1943 Auschwitz 1,143,
35. 6 March 1943 Auschwitz 657,
36. 12 March 1943 Auschwitz 946,
37. 19 April 1943 Auschwitz 338,
38. 17 May 1943 Auschwitz 395,
39. 28 May 1943 Auschwitz 319,
40. 4 August 1943 Auschwitz 99,
41. 24 August 1943 Auschwitz 50,
42. 10 September 1943 Auschwitz 53,
43. 28 September 1943 Auschwitz 74,
44. 14 October 1943 Auschwitz 74,
45. 29 October 1943 Auschwitz 49,
46. 8 November 1943 Auschwitz 50,
47. 7 December 1943 Auschwitz 55,
48. 20 January 1944 Auschwitz 48,
49. 22 February 1944 Auschwitz 32,
50. 9 March 1944 Auschwitz 32,
51. 18 April 1944 Auschwitz 30,
52. 3 May 1944 Auschwitz 27,
53. 19 May 1944 Auschwitz 24,
54. 15 June 1944 Auschwitz 29,
55. 12 July 1944 Auschwitz 30,
56. 10 August 1944 Auschwitz 38,
57. 6 September 1944 Auschwitz 39,
58. 12 October 1944 Auschwitz 31,
59. 24 November 1944 Auschwitz 28,
60. 8 December 1944 Auschwitz 15,
61. 5 January 1945 Auschwitz 14,
62. 5 January 1945 Bergen-Belsen 6, 2 February 1945 Males ¯ Sachsenhausen 14, 2 February 1945 Females ¯ Ravensbruck 11,
63 Men ¯ planned for Sachsenhausen 11 Women ¯ planned for Ravensbruck 13

Total: Deportation from Berlin to the east 35,738

Deportation from Berlin to Theresienstadt 14,797
Total 50,535

source: Gottwaldt/Schulle.

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Transports from Austria

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Austria

Tpt No. Departure Destination Number of Persons

20. 10. 1939 Nisko 912
26. 10. 1939 Nisko 672
1 15. 2. 1941 Opole v/Pulawy 996
2 19. 2. 1941Kielce 1.010
3 26. 2. 1941Opole v/Pulawy 1.049
4 5. 3. 1941 Modliborzyce 981
5 12. 3. 1941Lagow, Opatow 995
6 15. 10. 1941Litzmannstadt 1.005
7 19. 10. 1941Litzmannstadt 1.003
8 23. 10. 1941Litzmannstadt 991
9 28. 10. 1941Litzmannstadt 998
10 2. 11. 1941Litzmannstadt 998
11 23. 11. 1941Kaunas 995
12 28. 11. 1941Minsk 999
13 3. 12. 1941Riga 995
14 11. 1. 1942Riga 1.000
15 26. 1. 1942Riga 1.196
16 6. 2. 1942 Riga 997
17 9. 4. 1942 Izbica 998
18 27. 4. 1942Wlodawa 998
19 6. 5. 1942 Minsk 994
20 12. 5. 1942Izbica 1.001
21 15. 5. 1942Izbica 1.006
22 20. 5. 1942Minsk 986
23 27. 5. 1942Minsk 981
24 2. 6. 1942 Minsk 999
25 5. 6. 1942 Izbica 1.001
26 9. 6. 1942 Minsk 1.006
27 14. 6. 1942Sobibor 996
28 20. 6. 1942Theresienstadt 996
29 28. 6. 1942Theresienstadt 983
30 10. 7. 1942Theresienstadt 993
31 14. 7. 1942Theresienstadt 988
32 17. 7. 1942Auschwitz 995
33 22. 7. 1942Theresienstadt 1.005
34 28. 7. 1942Theresienstadt 988
35 13. 8. 1942Theresienstadt 997
36 17. 8. 1942Minsk 1.003
37 20. 8. 1942Theresienstadt 997
38 27. 8. 1942Theresienstadt 956
39 31. 8. 1942Minsk 967
40 10. 9. 1942Theresienstadt 990
41 14. 9. 1942Minsk 992
42 24. 9. 1942Theresienstadt 1.287
43 1. 10. 1942Theresienstadt 1.290
44 5. 10. 1942Minsk 544
45 9. 10. 1942Theresienstadt 1.306
– breakpoint, no more 1000-person tpts.
8. 12. 1942Auschwitz 9
46a 5. 1. 1943 Theresienstadt 100
46b 8. 1. 1943 Theresienstadt 101
46c 11. 1. 1943Theresienstadt 100
46d 28. 1. 1943Theresienstadt 9
46e 25. 2. 1943Theresienstadt 70
47a 3. 3. 1943 Auschwitz 75
46f 30. 3. 1943Theresienstadt 101
47b 31. 3. 1943Auschwitz 85
46g 1. 4. 1943 Theresienstadt 72
27. 4. 1943Theresienstadt 2
46h 25. 5. 1943Theresienstadt 203
16. 6. 1943Theresienstadt 2
46i 24. 6. 1943Theresienstadt 151
46j 15. 7. 1943Theresienstadt 17
46k 2. 9. 1943 Theresienstadt 20
9. 9. 1943 Theresienstadt 10
15. 9. 1943Theresienstadt 1
47c 7. 10. 1943Auschwitz 21
46l 11. 11. 1943Theresienstadt 91
46m 30. 11. 1943Theresienstadt 46
47d 1. 12. 1943Auschwitz 25
14. 12. 1943Theresienstadt 1
10. 1. 1944Theresienstadt 6
19. 1. 1944 Theresienstadt 1
47e 24. 2. 1944Auschwitz 41
48a 10. 3. 1944Theresienstadt 84
47f 26. 4. 1944Auschwitz 19
48b 28. 4. 1944Theresienstadt 79
17. 5. 1944Theresienstadt 1
18. 5. 1944Theresienstadt 4
2. 6. 1944 Theresienstadt 1
21. 6. 1944Theresienstadt 4
47g 27. 6. 1944Auschwitz 22
28. 6. 1944Auschwitz 38
48c 28. 6. 1944Theresienstadt 18
9. 7. 1944 Theresienstadt 5
23. 7. 1944Theresienstadt 1
48d 16. 8. 1944Theresienstadt 16
21. 8. 1944Auschwitz 2
47h 1. 9. 1944 Auschwitz 29
21. 9. 1944Theresienstadt 2
5. 10. 1944 Auschwitz 100
20. 11. 1944Theresienstadt 4
22. 12. 1944Theresienstadt 1
1. 2. 1945 Theresienstadt 4
48e 15. 2. 1945Theresienstadt 7
19. 3. 1945 Theresienstadt 11
Single Transport 1940 Auschwitz 3
Single Transport 1941 Auschwitz 13
Single Transport 1942 Auschwitz 39
Single Transport 1943 Auschwitz 80
Single Transport 1944 Auschwitz 61
Single Transport o. A. Auschwitz 10

Source: DÖW website
cf. also Gottwaldt/Schulle

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Transports from Theresienstadt

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:17

ransport Datum Bestimmungsort Anzahl der Personen
By 26.10.1942 Auschwitz 1866
Cq 20.1.1943 Auschwitz 2000
Cr 23.1.1943 Auschwitz 2000
Cs 26.1.1943 Auschwitz 1000
Ct 29.1.1943 Auschwitz 1000
Cu 1.2.1943 Auschwitz 1001
Dl 6.9.1943 Auschwitz 2479
Dm 6.9.1943 Auschwitz 2528
Dn – Kindertransport 5.10.1943 Auschwitz 1196
Dn/a 5.10.1943 Auschwitz 53
Dr 15.12.1943 Auschwitz 2504
Ds 18.12.1943 Auschwitz 2503
Dx 20.3.1944 Auschwitz 45
Dz 15.5.1944 Auschwitz 2503
Ea 16.5.1944 Auschwitz 2500
Eb 18.5.1944 Auschwitz 2500
Eh 1.7.1944 Auschwitz 10
Ek 28.9.1944 Auschwitz 2499
El 29.9.1944 Auschwitz 1500
Em 1.10.1944 Auschwitz 1500
En 4.10.1944 Auschwitz 1500
Eo 6.10.1944 Auschwitz 1550
Ep 9.10.1944 Auschwitz 1600
Eq 12.10.1944 Auschwitz 1500
Er 16.10.1944 Auschwitz 1500
Es 19.10.1944 Auschwitz 1500
Et 23.10.1944 Auschwitz 1715
Ev 28.10.1944 Auschwitz 2038
AAy 28.7.1942 Baranovici 1000
Rum 17.5.1944 Bergen-Belsen 5
Eg 4.7.1944 Bergen-Belsen 15
Ej 27.9.1944 Bergen-Belsen 20
Aa 11.3.1942 Izbica 1001
Ab 17.3.1942 Izbica 1000
Aq 27.4.1942 Izbica 1000
AAx 14.7.1942 Klein Trostinetz 1000
AAz 4.8.1942 Klein Trostinetz 1000
Bc 25.8.1942 Klein Trostinetz 1000
Bk 8.9.1942 Klein Trostinetz 1000
Bn 22.9.1942 Klein Trostinetz 1000
Al 23.4.1942 Lublin 1000
Ay 17.5.1942 Lublin 1000
Az 25.5.1942 Lublin 1000
Ax 9.5.1942 Ossowa 1000
Ag 1.4.1942 Piaski 1000
Be 1.9.1942 Raasika 1000
Ap 18.4.1942 Rejowiec 1000
O 9.1.1942 Riga 1000
P 15.1.1942 Riga 1000
Bb 20.8.1942 Riga 1000
AAk 12.6.1942 Trawniki 1000
Bo 19.9.1942 Treblinka 2000
Bp 21.9.1942 Treblinka 2020
Bq 23.9.1942 Treblinka 1980
Br 26.9.1942 Treblinka 2004
Bs 29.9.1942 Treblinka 2000
Bt 5.10.1942 Treblinka 1000
Bu 8.10.1942 Treblinka 1000
Bv 15.10.1942 Treblinka 1998
Bw 19.10.1942 Treblinka 1984
Bx 22.10.1942 Treblinka 2018
AAi 13.6.1942 unbekannt 1000
An 25.4.1942 Warschau 1000
Ar 28.4.1942 Zamosc 1000
As 30.4.1942 Zamosc 1000

Total 88,135 deported.

source: ITI website

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Transports to Sobibor

Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:18

Transports of Jews to Sobibor
Data abstracted from court documentation and other sources.

Jews from occupied Polish territories:
Year Date City Number
1942
Mid-April Krychow (labor camp) 250
May 3 Komarow 2000
May 5 Opole Lubelskie 2000
May 6 Demblin-Irena 2500
May 7 Ryki 2500
May 7 Jozefow 1270
May 8 Baranow 1500
May 8 Konskowola 1580
May 9 Markuszow 1500
May 9 Leczna 200
May 10 Michow 2500
May 12 Opole 2000
May 12 Turobin 2000
May ? Pulawy 2500
May 12,15 Zolkiewka 1000
May 13-14 Gorzkow 2000
May 14-15 Krasnystaw 3400
May 15 Izbica 400
May 15-16 Zamosc 5000
May 18 Siedliszcze 630
May 21-23 Chelm 2300
May 23 Wlodawa 1200
May 25-30 Chelm 1500
May ? Lysobyki 500
May ? Wawolnica 500
May ? Krasniczyn ?
May ? Rudnik ?
May ? Wysokie 1000
May ? Cycow ?
May ? Krasnystaw ?
June 1-2 Hrubieszow 3049
June 2 Belzec 1000
June 2 Dubienka 2670
June 6 Krasniczyn 800
June 7-9 Hrubieszow 500
June 8 Grabowiec 1200
June 10 Uchanie 1650
June 10-13 Biala Podlaska 3000
June ? Cycow 500
June ? Slawatycze 1000
June ? Dubeczno ?
June ? Olchowiec ?
June ? Pawlow ?
June ? Sawin ?
June ? Krzywowierzba ?
June ? Krasniczyn ?
June 29 Majdanek 5000
July 24 Wlodawa hundreds of children
July (end) Chelm 300
Aug. 10 Rejowiec 2000
Aug. 10 Zolkiewka 1000
Sept. 6 Ustrzyki ?
Sept. 8 Ryczywol 69
Oct. 1-5 Duchaczow 150
Oct. 8 Izbica 1500
Oct. 10 Rejowiec 2400
Oct. 11 Lubartow 3000
Oct. ? Wojslowice 1200
Oct. 22 Siedliszcze 500
Oct. 22-30 Piaski and Izbica 5000
Oct. 23 Leczna 3000
Oct. 24 Wlodawa 5000
Oct. 27-28 Chelm 3000
Oct. 28 Hrubieszow 2000
Oct. 30 Wlodawa 500
Oct. ? Belzyce and Bychawa 7000
Nov. 2 Izbica 1750
Nov. 6 Chelm 10000
Dec. 22 Staw 800
Dec. ? Dubeczno 650
Year Date City Number

1943
Jan. ? Izbica 750
Jan. ? Chelm ?
Feb. ? Chelm 300
April 28 Izbica 200
April 29 Leczna 200
April 30 Wlodawa 2000
May 1-7 Wlodawa 150
May 22 Lwow ?
June 26 Belzec (death camp liquidation) 306
July 4 Lwow ?
Aug. 8 Debica 2000
Aug. 15-29 Bialystok 200
Sept. 10 Dorohucza ?
Sept. 29 Bialystok ?
Oct. 20 Treblinka (to dismantle Sobibor) aprox100

Jews from other European countries:
Year Date City Number
1942
April-June 13 Czechoslovakia 6000
April-June 30 Germany - Austria 10000
April-Oct. 20 Slovakia 24378

1943
March 5-6 Holland 1105
March 6 France 71
March 11 France ?
March 13 Holland 964
March 26 Holland 1250
March 26 France 994
March 31 Germany ?
April 2 Holland 1255
April 9 Holland 2020
April 16 Holland 1204
April 21 Germany (Berlin) 938
April 23 Holland 1166
April 25 France 2000
April 30 Holland 1204
May 7 Holland 1187
May 14 Holland 1466
May 21 Holland 2511
May 28 Holland 2862
June 4 Holland 3006
June 8 Holland (children) 1266
June 11 Holland 3017
July 2 Holland 3397
July 9 Holland 2417
July 16 Holland 1988
July 23 Holland 2209
Sept. 18-19 Sov Union (Lida) 2700
Sept. 18-23 Sov Union (Minsk) 6000
Sept. 23-24 Sov Union (Vilno) 5000

There are alternative lists, this is only provisional.

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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:23

Data on ordinary Concentration Camps, primarily from Karin Orth, Das System nationalsozialistischer Konzentrationslager, Hamburg, 1999

Camps Listed in Chronological Order of Establishment

Konzentrationslager Existenz von bis Außenlager
Dachau 22.3.33-29.4.45 169
Sachsenhausen 8.36-22.4.45 61
Buchenwald 15.7.37-114.45 134
Flossenbürg 3.5.38- 23.4.45 92
Mauthausen 6.38- 5.5.45 56
Neuengamme aut1938- 9./30.4.45 73
Ravensbrück 15.5.39- 30.4.45 42
Stutthof (Danzig) 1.9.39-27.1.45 107
Auschwitz (I) 20.5.40-27.1.45 38
Groß-Rosen 2.8.40- 2.45 99
Natzweiler-Struthof 1.5.41- 9.44 49
Lublin-Majdanek 10.41-22./24.7.44 10
Auschwitz (II)
Birkenau 26.11.41-27.1.45 –
Auschwitz (III)
Monowitz 31.5.42-27.1.45 –
Herzogenbusch-Vugh 5.1.43- 5./6.9.44 13
Riga (Lettland) 15.3.43- 6.8.44 17
Bergen-Belsen 4.43-15.4.45 –
Dora-Mittelbau 27.8.43-9.4.45 29
Warschau 15.8.43-24.7.44 –
Kauen (Litauen) 15.9.43-14.7.44 8
Vaivara (Estland) 15.9.43-3.10.44 10
Klooga (Estland) 9.43- 19.9.44 3
Krakau-Plaszow 11.1.44-15.1.45 –

source: some place off the internet.

Inmate Population in KZ system

July 1942 98,000
August 115,000
September 1942 110,000 prisoners
October 85,800
November 83,500
December 88,000
January 1943 123,000
February 143,000
March 154,000
April 171,000
May 1943 203,000 prisoners
June 199,500
15. August 1944 524,286 prisoners
15.1.45 714,221 prisoners
(source: 1469-PS and Orth, cited below)

Deaths in KZs

according to Karin Orth, Das System der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager. Eine politische Organisationsgeschichte, Hamburg, 1999, pp.345-6. Orth uses the existing literature on individual camps available up to 1998 which is too extensive to list here (e.g. Marsalek, Mauthausen, Springer, Gross-Rosen).

She includes some very small camps that had briefly full KZ status not listed above (Hinzert, Niederhagen, Arbeitsdorf)

Her figures are divided into four:
a) deaths among registered prisoners
b) executions of Soviet political commissars under Einsatzbefehl Nr.8 from 1941 onwards = action 14 f 14
c) Aktion 14 f 13, murder of unfit/ill/mentally ill prisoners
d) deaths during the evacuations of 1945.

I have already adjusted her Majdanek figures (she claimed 80-160,000, thus Thomas Kranz' minimum of 78,000 is not much different to hers.)

I will then dig up some revisionist figures on the camps, mainly from Milk and Cookies themselves (Mattogno and Graf).

Dachau
31,951 registered deaths
1,100 'political commissars'
3225 14f 13
? deaths during evacuations

Sachsenhausen
61,085 among registered inmates
6,500-18,000 political commissars
269 14 f 13
24,962 during evacuation

Buchenwald
35,475 registered
8,483 commissars
834-234 14 f 13
12-15,000 evacuations

another source on Buchenwald (PS-2171)
strength at year end deaths in year
1937 2561 48
1938 11208 771, of whom 408 Jews
1939 11807 1325 deaths
1940 7440 1772 deaths
1941* 7911 1522 deaths, plus 14 f 13 and 14 f 14
1942 9517 2898 deaths
1943 37319 3516 deaths
1944 87258 8644 deaths
1945 to 11.4.45: 13969 deaths
34,468 total registered (different to ^)
death marches/liberation12-15 000
1941 year end plus 1903 Soviet POWs

Flossenbuerg
30,000 estimated inmate deaths (lack of records)
1,158 commissars
n/known 14 f 13
7,000 evacuations

Mauthausen
> 95,000 inmates deaths
unknown commissars
5,000 14 f 13
no evacuations as such - received many evacuees

year by year according to Orth and others:
1938 36
1939 445
1940 3846
1941 8114
1942 14,293
1943 8,481
1944 14,766
to 1944 49,981

c.f. Graf's figures below.

Ravensbrueck
20-30,000 inmate deaths
no commissars
1900 14 f 13
received evacuations

Neuengamme
40-55,000 inmate deaths
1143 commissars
400-600 14 f 13
13,500 evacuations

Auschwitz I, II, III (registered inmates)
116-126,000 inmate deaths
15,000 Soviet POWs
5757 14 f 13
15,000 during evacuations

Gross-Rosen
40,000 inmate deaths
898 commissars
127 14 f 13
unknown evacuations (was definitely evacuated!)

Natzweiler (only Stammlager)
3,000 inmate deaths

Niederhagen (1942 only)
1,285 inmate deaths
14 commissars

Hinzert (near Wewelsburg)
302 inmates deaths
30-70 commissars

Majdanek
78,000 inmate deaths - 19,000 non-Jews, 59,000 Jews

Stutthof
47-67,000 inmate deaths
18-26,000 during evacuations

Arbeitsdorf
unknown

Herzogenbosch-Vught
833 inmate deaths

KZs in Baltic, Warsaw, Plaszow
unknown, 1000s.

Mittelbau-Dora
20,000 inmate deaths
unknown in evacuations/final phase

Bergen-Belsen
36,400-37,600 inmate deaths

Totals
656,771 to 712,971 inmate deaths

34,326-45,852 political commissars

12,330-12,930 14 f 13

90,000-101,000 during 1945 evacuations

Grand Total: 793 889 to 873,215

Deaths from July 1942-June 1943

source: 1469-PS

Inmates Deaths %
July 42 98,000 8,329 8.50
Aug. 115,000 12,217 10.62
Sept. 110,000 11,206 10.19
Oct. 85,800 8,856 10.32
Nov. 83,500 8,095 9.69
Dec. 88,000 8,800 10.00
Jan. 43 123,000 9,839 8.00
Feb. 143,100 11,650 8.14
March 154,200 12,112 7.85
April 171,000 8,358 4.71
May 203,000 5,700 2.80
June 199,500 5,650 2.83

= 110,812 deaths, July 1942-June 1943 (1 year)

Juergen Graf's Figures

source: something I found on the internet.

oh, okay, it's from Dissecting the Holocaust, I believe.

Auschwitz
1940 and 1941 19,500
1942 48,500
1943 37,000
1944 30,000
1945 500
total 135,000
comparison: Orth 116-126,000 among registered inmates

Buchenwald
1937: 48
1938: 771
1939: 1,235
1940: 1,772
1941: 1,522
1942: 2,898
1943: 3,516
1944: 8,644
1945: 13,056
Total: 33,462 of 238,979 inmates.
comparison: Orth 35,000

Dachau
1940: 1,515
1941: 2,576
1942: 2,470
1943: 1,100
1944: 4,794
1945: 15,384
Total: 27,839 of ca. 168,000 inmates.
comparison: Orth 31,951

Mauthausen
1938: 36
1939: 445
1940: 3,846
1941: 8,114
1942: 14,293
1943: 8,481
1944: 14,766
1945: 36,214
Total: 86,195 of ca. 230,000 inmates.
comparison: Orth 95,000

Sachsenhausen
1940: 3,788
1941: 1,187
1942: 4,175
1943: 3,563
1944: 2,366
1945: 4,821
Total:20,575 of 132,196 inmates.
comparison: Orth 61,085

Graf bases this on Carlo Mattogno, “KL Sachsenhausen: Stärkemeldungen und ‘Vernichtungsaktionen’ 1940 bis 1945”, (online: vho.org/VffG/2003/2).

Stutthof
1939: 47
1940: ca. 860
1941: 268
1942: 2,276
1943: 3,980
1944: ca. 7,500
1945: ca.11,200
Total: ca.26,100 of 105,302 inmates
Comparison: Orth 47-67,000

Graf's figures obviously based on M&G's Stutthof book.

Majdanek
1941: ca. 700
1942: ca.17,244
1943: ca.22,339
1944: ca. 1,900
Total: ca.42,200 of an unknown amount of registered inmates
comparison: Kranz 78,000 (19,000 non-Jews, 59,000 Jews)

Graf's figures obviously based on M&G's Majdanek book.

Graf's total for the above 7 camps: 372,000
Orth's comparison total: 465,000-495,000, excluding commissars, 14 f 13 and evacuations.

Graf then cites the German vital statistics registry at Arolsen for registered (named) deaths, which he accepts are incomplete for the other camps, since records are lacking:

Flossenbürg: 18,334 deaths
Neuengamme: 5,780 deaths
Groß-Rosen: 10,950 deaths
Natzweiler: 4,431 deaths
Dora-Mittelbau: 7,467 deaths
Ravensbrück: 3,640 deaths
Bergen-Belsen: 6,853 deaths
Total: 53,445 deaths

Since Arolsen only has the following names of the other camps:
Mauthausen: 78,851 deaths
Dachau: 18,455 deaths
Auschwitz: 57,353 deaths
Stutthof: 12,628 deaths
Majdanek: 8,826 deaths
Sachsenhausen: 5,013 deaths
Buchenwald: 20,686 deaths
Total: 201,812 deaths = 55% of Graf's figures for these 7 better documented camps...

He applies the modifier to conclude that the registered deaths in the other camps should be doubled. Thus, Graf concludes that there were 479,000 deaths in the main German KZs.

There is some statistical hooey going on here, viz. Majdanek figure of 8,826 deaths registered vs 42,000 (Graf's estimate) or 78,000 (Kranz's estimate). One would rather want to know whether Arolsen, the vital statistics office of Germany, actually gives a monkey's about registering the deaths of foreigners, for starters.

But, there you have it.

Prominent revisionist calculates 479,000 deaths in WVHA KZ system.

Freiburg historienne calculates up to 873,000 deaths, including 14 f 14, 14 f 13 and evacuations/death marches.

I personally think Graf's figure definitely too low, Orth's slightly too high.

Empirical difficulties come with the final phase in 1945, also with the non-inclusion of 14 f 14 victims in many camp records.

Curiosities

- Further statistical information on numbers of inmates within camps and the whole system; harder figures on mortality in other camps, e.g. estimates from specialist works

- The extent to which the total of 700,000 inmates in January 1945 consisted of Hungarian, Polish etc Jews.

- Some of the Hungarian Jews were deported via Austria, not always it seems 'into' the KZ system.

Caveats

The above figures from Orth do NOT include 900,000 prisoners* who were gassed at Auschwitz

(* adjusted to take account of the recent revisions re: Hungarian transports.)

They also do NOT include: Aktion Reinhard camps, SD camps, ordinary prisons, Arbeitserziehungslager, Zwangsarbeitslager, Stalags, Dulags, Internierungslager, Haftlager and all the other thousands of camps created by various German authorities between 1933-45.

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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:24

Some concentration camp populations and transfers

August 1943:
Auschwitz 73,000 2,380 deaths
Sachsenhausen 25,500 194 deaths
Mauthausen 21,100 290 deaths
Buchenwald 17,600 118 deaths
Dachau 17,300 40 deaths
Ravensbrück 17,200 64 deaths
Majdanek 15,400 1,058 deaths
Neuengamme 9,800 150 deaths
Gross-Rosen 5,000 76
Flossenbürg 4,800 155
Stutthof 4,300 132 deaths
Bergen-Belsen 3,300 4
Riga 3,000 1
Herzogenbosch-Vught2,500 -
Natzweiler 2,200 41
Summary 224,000 4,699
(Source: PS-2171)


Auschwitz population
June 1942 16,000


Dachau arrivals
1940 22,675
1941 6,255
1942 12,572
1943 19,358
1944 76,000

some stuff on Neuengamme:


Zwischen 1938 und 1945 wurden insgesamt etwa 106.000 Menschen nach Neuengamme und in dessen Außenlager deportiert. Es wird davon ausgegangen, daß dort etwa 40.000 bis 55.000 Menschen ums Leben kamen.

Am 13.12.1938: 100;
März 1939: etwa 325;
Gesamtkomplex KZ Neuengamme:
Ende 1940: ca. 2.900,
Ende 1941: ca. 4.500 - 4.800,
Mitte 1943: ca. 9.500 (davon in Außenlagern 3.700),
Ende 1944: ca. 49.000 (davon in AL ca. 37 - 39.000),
25.03.1945: ca: 54.000 (davon in AL ca. 39.880)

15 August 1943: 9,800 inmates

Transports:

13.12.1938 bis 21.08.1940: 3138 Häftlinge aus KZ Sachsenhausen, 500 Häftlinge im November aus KZ Dachau,
am 10.12.1940: 501 Häftlinge aus KZ Buchenwald,
im Dezember 1940: 500 Einweisungen durch die Gestapo,

am 23.01.1941: 484 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
im April 1941 1.002 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,
im Mai 1941 400 Einweisungen durch die Gestapo,
im August 1941: 43 sowjetische Offiziere aus Stalag XD (wurden sofort exekutiert),
am 22.09.1941: 250 Männer aus Fort Breendonck u. Fort Huy/Belgien (belgische Kommunisten),
am 16.10.1941: 1.000 sowjetische Kriegsgefangene aus dem Kriegsgefangenenlager Fallingbostel,
im Oktober 1941: 50 Männer aus Jugoslawien (Luxemburger Polizisten),
am 19.11.1941: 150 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande,
am 13.12.1941: 110 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande,
am 13.12.1941: 200 Männer aus Fort Huy/Belgien,

am 05.08.1942: 350 Männer aus KZ Flossenbürg,
am 07.08.1941: 500 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
am 08.08.1942: 158 Männer aus KZ Sachsenhausen,
im August 1942 13 Frauen (evtl. polnische und sowjetische Krankenschwestern, sofort exekutiert),
im September 1942: 197 sowjetische Kriegsgefangene, sofort vergast,
am 07.10.1942: 400 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,
am 02.11.1942: 600 Männer aus KZ Dachau;
am 04.11.1942: 70 Männer aus KZ Flossenbürg,
im November 1942: 251 sowjetische Kriegsgefangene (sofort vergast),
am 14.12.1942: 300 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
am 31.12.1942: 250 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,

im Januar 1943: 1.500 Häftlinge aus einem Emslandlager, 100 Männer aus Amersfoort, 450 Männer aus dem Zuchthaus Celle und Zuchthaus Bremen Oslebshausen,
am 22.02.1943: 425 Männer aus KZ Sachsenhausen,
im Februar 1943: 710 Männer aus KZ Sachsenhausen,
am 10.03.1943: 1.001 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,
im Mai: Französische Häftlinge,
am 25.08.1943: 500 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,
im Oktober 1943: 400 Männer (Italiener, Jugoslawen, Tschechen, eingewiesen über Gestapo Wien),
am 19.11.1943: 1.000 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,

am 18.02.1944: 200 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,
im Februar 1944: 120 Männer aus KZ Bergen-Belsen,
vom 14.03.1944 bis 28.03.1944: fünf Transporte mit insges. 850 Männern aus KZ Buchenwald,
am 30.03.1944: 106 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,
am 11.05.1944: unbekannte Zahl von Häftlingen aus Compiegne, Frankreich,
am 24.05.1944: 1.880 Männer aus Compiegne, Frankreich,
im Mai 1944 zwei Transporte mit insges. 1.570 männlichen Häftlingen aus Athen,
am 06.06.1944 und 16.06.1944: zwei Transporte mit 1.920 Männern bzw. 1.460 Männern aus Compiegne/Frankreich,
im Juni 1944: 1.030 Männer aus KZ Riga-Salaspils/Sowjetunion,
am 08.07.1944: 117 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald;
am 15.07.1944: 820 Männer aus KZ Riga-Salaspils/Sowjetunion,
am 23.07.1944: 200 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,
am 25.08.1944: 750 Männer aus KZ Auschwitz,
am 25.08.1944: 800 Männer im Rahmen der "Aktion Gewitter" aus Norddeutschland,
am 01.09.1944: 900 Männer aus Fort Hatry (Belfort), Frankreich,
am 04.09.1944: 1.200 Männer aus Fort Huy,
am 08.09.1944: 1.165 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande,
im September 1944: 260 Belgier oder Franzosen,
am 15.09.1944: 196 Häftlinge unbekannter Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),
am 19.09.1944: 1.981 Männer (evtl. dänische Grenzpolizisten),
am 27.09.1944: 166 Häftlinge unbekannter Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),
am 06.10.1944: 141 Häftlinge unbekannter Herkunft (evtl. Dänen) und 790 Männer aus dem KZ Riga-Salaspils/Sowjetunion,
am 11.10.1944: 1.440 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande,
am 16.10.1944: 1.720 Männer aus KZ Sachsenhausen,
am 18.10.1944: 1.200 Männer aus KZ Riga-Salaspils,
am 20.10.1944: 195 Häftlinge unbekannte Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),
am 22.10.1944: 2.000 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
am 26.10.1944: 190 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,
am 26.11.1944 880 ungarische Juden aus Budapest,
am 29.11.1944 118 Männer unbekannter Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),
im Dezember 1944: 210 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
am 22.12.1944: 121 Häftlinge unbekannte Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),


am 13. und 14.01.1945: drei Transporte mit 287 Häftlingen unbekannter Herkunft (evtl. Dänen),
am 16.01.1945: 110 Männer aus Groningen/Niederlande,
am 02.02.1945: 226 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande,
am 27.02.1945: 546 Männer aus KZ Buchenwald,
am 26.02.1945: 390 Männer aus Lager Bergen-Belsen,
am 02.03.1945: 480 Männer aus Lager Bergen-Belsen,
am 15.03.1945: 251 Männer aus Amersfoort/Niederlande.
Bis Mitte April 1945 wurden dänische und norwegische Häftlinge aus allen Konzentrationslagern nach Neuengamme gebracht. Am 24.03.1945: 456 Männer aus KZ Dachau,
im März 1945: 620 Männer aus KZ Sachsenhausen,
am 20.04.1945: 13 Frauen aus dem Polizeigefängnis Fuhlsbüttel (Widerstandskämpfer, auf Befehl der Gestapo exekutiert). [10]

Total inmate population:

Gevangenen in concentratiekamp Neuengamme van 1938 tot 1945
Nationaliteit Man Vrouw Totaal
Belgen 4.500 300 4.800
Denen 4.800 - 4.800
Duitsers 8.800 400 9.200
Fransen 11.000 500 11.500
Grieken 1.250 - 1.250
Hongaren 1.400 1.200 2.600
Italianen 850 - 850
Joegoslaven 1.400 100 1.500
Luxemburgers 50 - 50
Nederlanders 6.650 300 6.950
Noren 2.200 - 2.200
Oostenrijkers 300 20 320
Polen 13.000 3.900 16.900
Sovjet volkeren 28.450 5.900 34.350
Spanjaarden 750 - 750
Tjescho-Slowaken 800 580 1.380
Andere nationaliteiten 1.300 300 1.600
87.500 13.500 101.000
Niet geregistreerd in kampboeken 5.000
Totaal 106.000
Doden ca. 55.000


KZ Gross-Rosen


Information summarised from Alfred Koniecny, article in Herbert/Dieckmann/Orth (hrsg). Nationalsozialistische Konzentrationslager.

See also Isabell Sprenger, Gross-Rosen, for more details.

1941

established as KL from Aussenlager of KL Sachsenhausen
initial 700 inmates

in remainder of 1941:
771 inmates transferred in from other camps, no direct Einweisungen

17.6.41 KL Dachau > Gross Rosen 149
13.8.41 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 100
8.9.41 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 125
9.9.41 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 125
17.9.41 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 125
18.9.41 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 125
25.10.41 KL Buchenwald > Gross Rosen 20
24.12.41 KL Auschwitz > Gross Rosen 2

departing
- 104 to Dachau

to end 1941:
326 deaths

1942

almost 60 transports with ca. 5,370 prisoners

24+ transports Stapoleitstelle Breslau, Niederschlesien
17 transports Stapoleitstele Reichenberg, Sudetengau

20.3.42 Sipo Radom > Gross Rosen ca.270 prisoners
+ 2 transports from Distrikt Krakau

10 transports with 2,125 prisoners from other camps:

30.3.42 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 400
27.4.42 KL Buchenwald > Gross Rosen 200
6.6.42 KL Auschwitz > Gross Rosen 500
8.8.42 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 158
11.8.42 KL Dachau > Gross Rosen 50
5.9.42 KL Flossenbürg > Gross Rosen 140
10.9.42 KL Sachsenhausen > Gross Rosen 1
15.9.42 KL Buchenwald > Gross Rosen 600
24.10.42 KL Buchenwald > Gross Rosen 75
18.11.42 KL Mauthausen > Gross Rosen 1

departing
16.10.42 KL Gross-Rosen > Auschwitz 37 Jews

- 1 other prisoner to Auschwitz
- 3 to Buchenwald
- 899 to Dachau
total 940

2,757 deaths

1943

70 transports with 8,600 prisoners

half from Stapoleitstelle Breslau

11.8.43 KdS Kiew > Gross Rosen 1,000 Ukrainians

5 transports from Warthegau

only 3 tpts from other camps
13.3.43 KL Auschwitz > Gross Rosen 1000

transferred to other camps
- 16 to Auschwitz
- 312 to Buchenwald
- 6 to Dachau
- 105 to Mauthausen
- 734 to Sachsenhausen
total 1,173


ca. 3250 deaths in camp

August 1943:
Gross-Rosen 5,000 76

1944

circa 400 transports

268 transports from Poland
=
23 transports from Ostpreussen/Distrikt Bialystok
9 transports from Distrikt Galizien
1 transport from Distrikt Lublin
10 transports from Distrikt Warschau
17 transports from Distrikt Krakau
33 transports from Distrikt Radom
99 transports from Warthegau
76 transports from Oberschlesien


43 transports from other camps with 20,118 prisoners

11,366 prisoners sent to other camps
- 1646 prisoners to Auschwitz
- 960 to Buchenwald
- 601 to Dachau
- 2144 to Flossenbürg
- 1580 to Mauthausen
- 6 to Dora-Mittelbau
- 901 to Natzweiler
- 200 to Neuengamme
- 3326 to Sachsenhausen
- 2 to Stutthof

also absorbed remnant camps of Organisationm Schmelt in spring 1944 as Aussenlager.

1945

1.1.45
Gross-Rosen: 76,728 prisoners 51,204 men, 25,254 women
= 11% of all KZ-inmates in one complex.

1945 evacuation during January-February

5 transports to Bergen-Belsen with 4,000 prisoners
19 transports to Buchenwald with 9,559 prisoners
4 transports to Dachau with 2,514 prisoners
17 transports to Neuengamme with 11,583 prisoners
5 transports to Mauthausen with 4,839 prisoners
8 transports to Dora-Mittelbau with 11,367 prisoners
= 58 tpts, 43,842 prisoners
45 prisoners to Ravensbrück
60 prisoners to Sachsenhausen
= 3 more

rest vanished on death marches etc.

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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:27

France was especially hard hit by deportations into normal KZs:

65,324 French deported from occupation zone
6,609 deported from Alsace-Lorraine
6,391 French arrested inside 3rd Reich
6,737 Spanish republicans deported from Stalags to Mauthausen
1,537 French deportees unknown
779 French deported for persecution

A very large number left the camps at Compiegne and Romainville. For Compiegne we have the following data:

13.1.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 100s
23.1.43 Compiegne > KL Sachsenhausen 1000
24.1.43 Compiegne > KL Sachsenhausen ?
24.1.43 Compiegne > KL Auschwitz 230 women
2.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald groups
22.3.43 Compiegene > KL Buchenwald groups
6.4.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald groups
9.4.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald groups
16.4.43 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 1200
20.4.43 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 1500
28.4.43 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück 213 women
5.5.43 Compiegne > KL Sachsenhausen groups
8.5.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald groups
25.6.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 962 arr. 27.6.43
18.7.43 Compiegne > Germany convoi
2.9.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 898 arr 4.9, 2 de
3.9.43 Compiegne > KL Flossenbürg 293
11.9.43 Compiegne > Germany 1200
17.9.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1100arr.18.9., 926
23.9.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald groups
29.10.43 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 912arr. 30.10., 1 dd
21.11.43 Compiegne > Germany group
23.11.43 Compiegne > Vittel 30 English
9.12.43 Compiegne > Germany group
15.12.43 Compiegne > Buchenwald 921arr. 16.12.43

17.1.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1128
22.1.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1803
24.1.44 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück 121 women
27.1.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1580
31.1.44 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück 958arr. 8.2.44!!
2.3.44 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 50
23.3.44 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 1500
27.3.44 Compiegne > unknown 90
5.4.44 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 1500
17.4.44 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück convoi
27.4.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 2254
12.5.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 2055
21.5.44 Compiegne > KL Flossenbürg group
27.5.44 Compiegne > KL Mauthausen 1500
6.6.44 Compiegne > KL Neuengamme 1200
18.6.44 Compiegne > KL Dachau 2140
2.7.44 Compiegne > KL Dachau 2541 (136 deaths in tpt)
8.7.44 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück group
28.7.44 Compiegne > KL Neuengamme 1000
11.8.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1650
16.8.44 Compiegne > KL Buchenwald 1250
17.8.44 Compiegne > KL Ravensbrück 100 (by bus)
26.8.44 Compiegne > Germany 300 liberated at Peronne

Two transports of Jews left Compiegne for Auschwitz in 1942.

There were no significant mass deportations of resistance members from Compiegne until 1943.

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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:39

some comments:

Since I began posting this stuff I've been checking up on a lot of camp histories, partly to glean more limited data for an article, but being me and masochistic, I've tried to digest the whole to some extent. It strikes me that we do and don't know a lot about the regular KZ system, especially relating to the inflows and circulation of prisoners.

Thus my post on Compiegne, which evidently was the departure point for most of the 69,000 or so Frenchmen and -women to regular KZs (on top of the 75,000 French Jews). The timing of the influx from both western and eastern Europe (except Poland) starts in 1943 - i.e. when the camp system really starts to take off.

It bugged me looking at the Kalendarium that suddenly there were hardly any transports from the Generalgouvernement in 1944 - now I know they were sent to Gross Rosen.

The circulation of prisoners within the system is also quite interesting. No question, Auschwitz is the biggest camp as of summer 1943 (almost exactly 1/3 of all KZ inmates at that time), but it also funnelled thousands of prisoners into other KZs, obviously these were largely Poles before spring/summer 1944 and the Hungarian transports.

Even in the final phase, the data on transports through the system is reasonably extensive, so we can reconstruct fairly accurately who the inmate population was in the last six months of the war (also because those were the people who stood some chance of surviving). The question of the death marches is I think still a semi-open one, based on Gerlach and Aly's finding of a relatively high survival rate for Hungarian Jews. But 100,000 is what Orth gives as an estimate and the cases are now reasonably well-discussed and sourced, especially from innumerable trials.

As far as the overall death toll is concerned: one would ideally want to aggregate on the basis of year by year figures.

The following seem reasonable at this stage

1940: no more than 20,000 (probably 15,000)
1941: no more than 50,000*
1942: up to 150,000
1943: up to 150,000
1944: up to 200,000
1945: up to 200,000
= ca. 770,000, maybe slightly lower.

* 1940/41 befuddled by Auschwitz estimate merging both years.

That proceeds on the basis of Orth's lower end of the range of estimates (under 800,000), and still includes Jewish victims (Hungarians, Polish Jews in Gross-Rosen/Schmelt complex, Majdanek new figures, Jews dying 'normally' in Auschwitz).

1945 includes the evacuations/death marches (100,000) and the deaths in the quasi-Sterbelager like Mauthausen (36,000 alone) and Belsen (presumably most of the 35,000 estimated victims there). It could be lower, it could be higher. Obviously one could try proceeding backwards from the 700,000 known prisoners in the KZ system as of January 1945 and seeing how many were liberated in April-May, but this is difficult given the chaos of the final months

all figures are estimates based on the available data.

Abstracting out Jewish victims to avoid double-counting with a Holocaust estimate, and I would say 500,000 non-Jewish victims in the KZ system is the best guess for now.

This would include, for example, 51,000 known deaths among French KZ inmates out of 86,000, and the 50,000 commissars executed inside KZs (as opposed to elsewhere) under 14 f 14 and as part of the 'labour contingents'. Poles and Russians make up the majority.

Obviously excluded from the half million are deaths in Haftlager, prisons like Pawiak, the mass shootings in Serbia, Poland and Russia by the Sipo, reprisal shootings in France by the Gestapo, etc etc. Especially in eastern Europe, these start mounting up back into the hundreds of thousands, blurring into antipartisan warfare.

some links:

Database of camps incl Aussenlager

http://www.keom.de/denkmal/datenbank.html

French camp survivors' associations

http://www.fmd.asso.fr/web/index.php

http://www.fndirp.asso.fr/

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Post by nickterry » 10 Mar 2006 23:44

I'd welcome further posts dealing with

a) transports, both Sondertransporte and to 'normal' KZs
b) inmate populations inside Kzs
c) mortality inside KZs

Either links to reasonably comprehensive, or hard data, not routine Gedenkstaette links.

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Post by nickterry » 11 Mar 2006 00:01

Short extracts from a file of the Haupteisenbahndirektion Mitte for 1942-3, copied from National Archives of the Republic of Belarus, fond 378, opis 1, delo 784.

The file is well-known since it was copied to the West German Zentrale Stelle in Ludwigsburg during the 1960s, and has been extensively discussed in the literature (Hilberg, Gerlach, others).

Still, it has some remarkable Fahrplaene.

e.g.
Zusammenstellung der am 15.1.43 in Berlin vereinbarten Sonderzuege fuer Vd, Rm, Po, Pj u Da-Umsiedler, in der Zeit vom 20.1. bus 18.2.43 nach Abfahrtstagen geordnet:
includes
6.2.43 Pj 109 Bialystok> Auschwitz
7.2.43 Pj 111 Bialystok> Auschwitz and return Lp 108
9.2.43 Pj 127 Bialystok > Treblinka and return Lp 128
10.2.43 Pj 129 Bialystok > Treblinka and return Lp 130
11.2.43 Pj 131 Bialystok > Treblina and return Lp 132
12.2.43 Pj 133 Bialystok > Treblinka and return Lp 130*
13.2.43 Pj 135 Bialystok > Treblinka and return Lp 136
14.2.43 Pj 136 Grodno > Treblinka and return Lp 164**




the 'Umlaufplan' cited above includes:

20./21.1.43 Theresienstadt > Auschwitz 2000 Da 101
23./24.1.43 Theresienstadt > Auschwitz 2000 Da 103
26./27.1.43 Theresienstadt > Auschwitz 2000 Da 105
29./30.1.43 Theresienstadt > Auschwitz 2000 Da 106
1./2.2.43 Theresienstadt > Auschwitz 2000 Da 109

return trains = Lp 102, 104, 106, 108, 110 shuttling back and forth.

* returned to Grodno
** returned to Theresienstadt

second document
Umlaufplan die mehrfach zu verwendenden Wagenzuege zur Bedienung der Sdz fuer Vd, Rm, Po, Pj u Da-Umsiedler in der Zeit vom 20.1-18.2.43

Pj 107 2000
Pj 127 2000
Pj 131 2000
Pj 135 2000
Pj 109 2000
Pj 129 2000
Pj 133 2000
Pj 163 2000

Pj 111 not set


Just to remind ourselves what happened to Pj 109 and 111:

arrival date destination selections recorded in Czech
7.2.43 Bialystok 2000 Jews (173 registered)
8.2.43 Bialystok 2000 Jews (170 registered)

The Theresienstadt records give details of the departures and Czech's Kalendarium provides a separate source originally from the Polish underground indicating arrivals. These show the last three transports in the series were only half-full compared to the planned numbers.


21.1.43 Theresienstadt 2000 Jews (1582 gassed)
24.1.43 Theresienstadt 2029 Jews (1802 gassed)
27.1.43 Theresienstadt 993 Jews (709 gassed)
30.1.43 Theresienstadt 1000 Jews (783 gassed)
2.2.43 Theresienstadt 1001 Jews (783 gassed)
ie, of 7023 actually transported, only 1,364 were registered at Auschwitz; 5659 disappeared.


first document also reprinted and posted elsewhere:
http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/orgs/germ ... -0143-0243

From _Documents of Destruction: Germany and Jewry 1933-1945_, edited
with Commentary by Raul Hilberg Quadrangle Books, 1971. pp. 106-111.

16. A Railroad Timetable

About three million Jews were transported to their death in trains.
The requests for trains were made by the Reich Security Main Office,
and the schedules were decided centrally for many transports in
advance at railway conferences held in various cities such as Berlin,
Frankfurt, or Vienna. Territorially, the German railways in the Reich
operated out of three General Management Directories: East (Berlin),
West (Essen), and south (Munich). From here orders were sent out to
all the Reich Railway Directories on the routes. The telegram below
deals with "special trains" of five kinds: Vd is the desigantion for
ethnic Germans, Rm for Roumanians, Po for Poles, Pj for Polish Jews,
Da ("David"?) for Jews generally. Lp stands for empty train.

It will be noted that for Jews there are three destinations in the
timetable: Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Theresienstadt. Auschwitz was a
death camp near Katawice which received Jews from all parts of Europe.
It was also the final stop for non-Jewish transports (a Polish group
is included here), but non-Jews were employed there as slave labor in
industries and were not subject to gassing. Treblinka was a pure
killing center northeast of Warsaw. Only Jews were sent to Treblinka,
and most of the victims came from nearby ghettos such as Warsaw and
Bialystok. Theresienstadt was the "Old People's Ghetto" mentioned in
the Final Solution conference of January 20, 1942.
There are very few railway documents in the archives or institutes,
and the copy below comes from the Reich Traffic Directorate in Minsk
which noted on it in ink: "We are not involved." Soviet authorities
found the document and transmitted a copy, with several other finds
from Minsk station, to West Germany.

[Institute für Zeitgeschicte, Munich, document Fb 85/2.]

German Reich Railways Berlin, Jan 13, 1943
General Management Directorate East
PW 113 Bfsv
Telegraph Letter!

To
Reich Railway Directories
Berlin, Breslau, Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt, Halle (S), Karlsruhe,
Königsberg (Pr), Linz, Mainz, Oppeln, East in Frankfurt (O),
Posen, Vienna,
General Directorate of East Railway in Krakow,
Reichsprotektor, Group Railways in Prague
General Traffic Directorate Warsaw,
Reich Traffic Directorate in Minsk
copies to
Gerneral Management/Directorate South, Munich
General Management/Directorate West, Essen
-- Special, 3 copies each --
Subject: Special trains for resettlers during the period from January
20 to February 28, 1943

We enclose a compilation of the special trains (Vd, Rm, Po, Pj, and
Da) agreed upon in Berlin on January 15, 1943 for the period from
January 20, 1943 to February 28, 1943 and circulatory plan for cars to
be used on these trains.
Train formation is noted for each recirculation and *attention is
to be paid* to these instructions. After each full trip, cars are to
be well cleaned, if need be fumigated, and upon completion of the
program prepared for futher use. Number and kinds of cars are to be
determined upon dispatch of the last train and are to be reported to
me by telephone with confirmation on service cards.

Signed Dr. Jacobi

[in handwriting]
33 Bfp 5 Bfsv Minsk Feb 9, 1943
1) We are not involved
2) (illegible) Bfsv

General Management Directorate East -- Berlin
PW 113 Bfsv of
Jan 16, 1943

*Compilation*
of special trains agreed upon in Berlin, January 15, 1943 for Vd, Rm,
Po, Pj, Da resettlers in the period from January 20, 1943 to February
18, 1943, arranged according to departure date.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Date Train
Number From Departs To Arrives Circulation No.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
20.1 Vd 201 Kalisch 8.22 Ottersweier 106
Da 101 Theresienstadt Auschwitz 128
21.1 Lp 102 Auschwitz Theresienstadt 128
22.1 Lp 202 Ottersweier Andrzejow 106
23.1 Da 103 Theresienstadt Auschwitz 128
24.1 Lp 104 Auschwitz Theresienstadt 128
25.1 Vd 203 Andrzejow Linz 106
Rm 1 Gleiwitz Czernowitz 107
Po 61 Zamoocz 8.20 Berlin Whagan 17.30 126
26.1 Da 105 Theresienstadt Auschwitz 128
27.1 Lp 204 Linz Kalisch 106
Lp 106 Auschwitz Theresienstadt 128
28.1 Lp 2 Czernowitz Gleiwitz 107
29.1 Da 13 Berlin Mob 17.20 Auschwitz 10.48 126
Po 63 Zamocz 8.20 Berlin Whagen 17.30 127
Da 107 Theresienstadt Auschwitz 128
30.1 Vd 205 Kalisch 8.22 Ottersweier 106
Lp 108 Auschwitz Theresienstadt 128
31.1 Lp 14 Auschwitz Zamocz 126
1.2 Rm 3 Gleiwitz Czernowitz 107
Da 109 Theresienstadt Auschwitz 128
2.2 Da 15 Berlin Mob 17.20 Auschwitz 10.48 127
Lp 110 Auschwitz Myslowitz 128
3.2 Po 65 Zamocz 11.00 Auschwitz 126
4.2 Lp 4 Czernowitz Ratibor 107
Lp 16 Auschwitz Litzmannstadt[Lodz] 127
Lp 66 Auschwitz Myslowitz 126
5.2 Pj 107 Bialystok 9.00 Auschwitz 7.57 121
6.2 Pj 109 Bialystok 9.00 Auschwitz 7.57 122
7.2 Pj 111 Bialystok 9.00 Auschwitz 7.57 123
Lp 108 Auschwitz Bialystok 121
8.2 Rm 5 Ratibor Czernowitz 107
Lp 110 Auschwitz Bialystok 121
Lp 112 Auschwitz Myslowitz 123
9.2 Pj 127 Bialystok 9.00 Treblinka 12.10 121
Lp 128 Treblinka 21.18 Bialystok 1.30 121
10.2 Pj 129 Bialystok 9.00 Treblinka 12.10 122
Lp 130 Treblinka 21.18 Bialystok 1.30 122
11.2 Pj 131 Bialystok 9.00 Treblinka 12.10 121
Lp 6 Czernowitz Gleiwitz 107
Lp 132 Treblinka 21.18 Bialystok 1.30 121
12.2 Pj 133 Bialystok 9.00 Treblinka 12.10 122
Lp 134 Treblinka 21.18 Grodno 122
13.2 Pj 135 Bialystok 9.00 Treblinka 12.10 121
Lp 136 Treblinka 21.18 Bialystok 1.30 121
14.2 Pj 163 Grodno 5.40 Treblinka 12.10 122
Lp 164 Treblinka Scharfenwiese 122
15.2 Rm 7 Gleiwitz Czernowitz 16.2 17.2 107
18.2 Lp 8 Czernowitz Gleiwitz 107


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Post by David Thompson » 11 Mar 2006 03:34

Thanks, nickterry, for a very useful research source.

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