Ephemeride of the Holocaust: November 26

If all the victims of Nazism were not Jewish, all Jews were victims.
Over 5000 of my brothers, were murdered a day from 1942 to 1945.
Now here is the list of Jewish souls who were murdered.
This is the story of one of these souls.

David J. Selznik, Anyksciai, Lituanie vers 1912

November 26
1938 In a letter to Speer, Göring wrote under the regulations, on the expulsion of Jews from homes, shops and warehouses, it is expected that the Inspector General of the building (Speer) will have a right of first refusal on housing and released.
1942 250 Jews of Brody (KRAINE) were deported by the Nazis in the extermination camp at Belzec. 20 Jews were shot on site.
– A Sarnova (Poland), two Jews who had fled the camp were hanged by the SS.
– The Jews in the camp of grouping Berg, near Tonsberg (Norway), especially under police surveillance, are transported by sea Swinnemünde, where they were deported to the extermination camp of Auschwitz, along with the women and children deported from Hungary.
1944 Jews assigned to forced labor in Budapest, despite the protection of Portugal, deported to Sopron where they must build the « wall of the East », intended to defend Vienna. Many die of exhaustion, hunger and abuse.
– Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS, ordered the destruction of the crematoria of the extermination camp of Auschwitz.

David J. Selznik, Anyksciai, Lithuania
about 1912

The village where David grew up in Lithuania was located near the border with Latvia. His father was a peddler. A 6-year-old David was sent to Ukmerge, a city that the Jews knew by its Russian name, Vilkomir. He studied traditional Jewish texts in rabbinical academy in the city. Six years later, David was called home to become the head of the family Selznik because his father had just died.

1933-39: I lost my job in 1933 and Lithuania for leaving from the United States and Portugal. But in 1936, the Baltic states were struggling with Stalin and Hitler and I decided to return to my country to help my mother and my sisters who had settled in Kovno. The threat of war hanging over us but the Jews could not leave. Through professional contacts, I could find a job in an office supply store.

1940-44: In summer 1941, the Germans occupied Kovno and were taken to a ghetto. Conditions worsened in 1943. The murders of Jews in the ghetto experienced an escalation in March 1944. I saw Ukrainians and Lithuanians helping the Nazis. I watched them take children on top of a building and throw it out the window to a guard posted in the street. He then picked up and banged their heads against the wall until it is certain that each child was dead.

In 1944, David ran from a convoy that left the ghetto and hid in a nearby forest for three weeks until the release of larégion. He emigrated to the United States in 1949.

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