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Juifs roumains

  • ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE CONVOY N°37

    1004 deportees in this convoy, 729 of them were Romanian Jews, left from Drancy on September 25th, 1942 and reached Auschwitz on September 27th, 1942. My grand-father, Aron Natanson and his daughter, Miryam Natanson (she was 13) were deported in this convoy. Children andminors (under 21) in yellow. To search in the list of names…

  • Miryam Natanson (In English)

    Miryam Natanson, my Aunt, was born in Paris, on June 21, 1929. Her first names, on the birth certificate, were « Miryam, Yudith », but, in her family, she was called Mireille, the french spelling for Miryam. Her parents are Fanny Neidmann and Aron Natanson, who came from Romania in 1923. She lived  in Paris at number…

  • Aron Natanson (in English)

    Aron Natanson, my grandfather, was born in Ploiesti, a small industrial city located North of  Bucharest (Romania) on  February 1st, 1886.    He studied philosophy in Berlin and ended his studies with a doctorate. His Doctoral Thesis was about Spinoza’s philosophy. He later wrote a « Philosophical Dictionary » but these two books,  remained unpublished manuscripts, and disappeared…

  • LISTE ALPHABETIQUE DU CONVOI N°37

    Un convoi de 1004 déportés, dont 729 juifs roumains, parti le 25 septembre 1942 de Drancy, arrivé à Auschwitz le 27 septembre 1942. C’est dans ce convoi que furent déportés Aron Natanson, mon grand-père, et Miryam Natanson, sa fille, âgée de 13 ans. En jaune, lesenfants et les mineurs de moins de 21 ans Pour…

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