Sitzendorf: Mischlingen Survivors
Introduction by Peter Landé
The question of how to treat “Mischlingen”, i.e. persons with some Jewish and some non-Jewish parentage, was a difficult question for Hitler’s Germany to decide. Treatment of individuals varied in different locales and at different times. By 1944, policy hardened with many Mischlingen sent to forced labor camps. One of these was located in Sitzensdorf in Thuringia.
This compilation of 203 male survivors found at Sitzendorf was apparently prepared shortly after the end of the war. Most were Germans but there were also Dutch, Belgian and French survivors. The information consists solely of names and dates of birth. However, there is considerable further postwar information relating to most of these persons in the International Tracing Service (ITS) collection.
This database includes 202 survivors from the Sitzensdorf forced labor camp.
The fields for this database are as follows:
The information contained in this database was indexed from the files available from the International Tracing Service. Alan Seid and Barbara Elkeles compiled the list.
In addition, thanks to JewishGen Inc. for providing the website and database expertise to make this database accessible. Special thanks to Warren Blatt and Michael Tobias for their continued contributions to Jewish genealogy. Particular thanks to Nolan Altman, Vice President of Data Acquisition and Coordinator of JewishGen’s Holocaust Database files.
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Last Update: 4 May 2016 by MFK
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