Jews who Died in the Dachau "Revier" Clinic after Liberation

INTRODUCTION

This list consists of 555 who died in the Revier Clinic after liberation. It is from the collections of the Central Historical Commission of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the U.S. zone, Munich. This committee was founded in December 1945 by liberated Jews, who at the time realized that keeping historical documentation about the Holocaust was of utmost importance. The committee had 50 branches in the various Displaced Persons (DP) camps. Among the projects that the committee initiated was collecting documentation from German sources on the Holocaust, taking testimonies from survivors, and collecting material on the life of the Jews in the DP camps.

This list was given to the committee by the Jewish Information Office in Dachau. It lists the Jews who died after liberation in the camp clinic. It is well known that many Jews died in the camps in the short time after liberation from exhaustion, diseases and other causes.

The original list was written in German. The fields in the list are:

Nationality was abbreviated. The translation of these abbreviations have been reconstructed as follows:

ABBREVIATION TRANSLATION
B lg Belgium??
Belg Belgium
DR.J. German Jew
Franz French
Griech Greece
Hold probably Holland
Holl Holland
Jd unknown
Jg Yugoslav / Jugoslav
L.J. Lithuanian (or could be Latvian) Jew
Lit Lithuania
P.J. Polish Jew
Pol. Poland
RD Reichsdeutsch = German
Rum Rumania
Russ Russian
Sch Could be Schutzhäftling (protected prisoner), a term sometimes applied to prisoners
Sl Slovakia
STL Stateless
TJ Czech Jew
TJ. Kauf? TJ = Tschechoslovakia = Czechoslovakia. Kauf???
Tsch Czechoslovakia
U.J. Hungarian Jew
Ung Hungary

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The information contained in this database was indexed as part of the data sharing agreement between Yad Vashem and JewishGen. Thanks to Zvi Bernhardt and the Hall of Names staff, the data was provided from the files of Yad Vashem (file M.1P/74). This information is accessible to you today, thanks to the effort of the following JewishGen volunteer who is responsible for the transcription of this file: Ken Kravitz.


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