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Submitted by Joseph Evan Kraus

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Hebrew
Approval Date: 8/14/2022 12:22 PM
Family Surname: Vagner & Bogen
Country: Israel
Date of Image: 1999
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I'd be grateful if someone can translate this Hebrew script for me. It's a page of testimony from someone I believe is a distant relative. I am intrigued by the note that she had three children, and I am most interested in what I can learn about some of her potential survivors. (I cannot, for instance, read the information about the person making the page of testimony, and I would be grateful for everything I can learn about that.)

I would appreciate as much of the translation as possible. I am proficient enough in Hebrew to understand some of the basic information such as names, but I have large holes in what I can understand.

Thank you in advance for anything you can offer.

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8/14/2022 1:11 PM he person making the page of testimony is:
Raye Rachel Bogen his name before was Sarevnik
she was the deceased's daughter-in-law, Her husband Shlomo Sigmund was her son.
8/15/2022 8:33 AM Sarah Sally Bogen nee Wagner was born in 1884 in
Suceava, Bokovina Province, Austrian Empire, Nationality Austrian She was killed at age 58. her father was Meshulam Wagner, mother Chanah Gittel. Sarah was married to Elias Bogen and had three children. They lived at 10 Armashuluy Street in Suceava, Bukovina Province, which was in Romania before the WWII. She was a housewife and store keeper in a privately owned store. She and her family were deported to Transnistria. She was killed in Sharogorod, Mogilev District, Podolia Province on the 23rd day of the Jewish Month of Shvat, 5702, February 10, 1942. She died from Typhus and was buried in Sharogorod. This Page of Testimony was submitted by Reiah-Rachel Bogen nee Srebernik. of 11 Hadafnah Street Kiryat Bialik, Israel 70201. Tel. 04-873-5774.
Reiah-Rachel's is the victim's daughter in law, she is the wife of Sarah's son Shlomo-Sigmund. The page was signed May 22, 1999 in Kiryat Bialik.

If you go on the Yad vashem Website, click on the digital collections tab, scroll down one to SHOAH NAMES DATABASE then type in Bogen in Last name and Suceava in PLACE you will get 14 family Bogen family members, including this sheet as well as others filed by Shlomo Bogen. By clicking on Reiah's name or Shlomo's name you can get all the other pages they submitted.

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