Zev Rebhun of Kibbutz Lavi in Israel has devoted considerable time and effort in an attempt to document all Polish Jews resident in Germany who were murdered in the Holocaust prior to the outbreak of World War II. One part of his collected material consists of a list of 864 Polish men, Jews and non-Jews, who died in concentration camp Buchenwald in 1939.
The fields included in this list are as follows:
|Personal (given) Name|
|Date of Birth|
|Place of Birth|
|Place from which the Person was Deported to Buchenwald|
|Date of Death|
Where a field is left blank it is because no information was provided. () indicates that a name of a person or place was illegible. The only information not included is cause of death, e.g. heart attack, lung infection, etc.
The original data was collected at the Buchenwald Museum. The lists are held by Mr. Rebhuhn and Peter Lande.
We owe our most sincere gratitude to Peter Lande without whose effort this information would not be available to you today.