Ephemeride of the Holocaust: November 27

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.
OR PARDON – OR FORGOTTEN.
Now here is the list of Jewish souls who were murdered.
This is the story of one of these souls.

Johanna (Hanne) Hirsch, Karlsruhe, Allemagne 28 novembre 1924

November 27
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.
1941 The Hague, the Nazis ordered the creation of Jewish neighborhoods in major cities of the Netherlands, where the Jewish small towns must settle.
1942 2 500 Jewish Ghetto Buczacz (Ukraine) are deported to the Belzec extermination camp. 250 Jews were shot in the ghetto itself.
– 2000 Jewish Ghetto Tlumacz (Poland) were deported to the Belzec extermination camp.

Johanna (Hanne) Hirsch, Karlsruhe, Allemagne
28 novembre 1924
Hanne was born to a Jewish family in the German city of Karlsruhe. His father, Max, was a photographer. When he died in 1925, Hanne’s mother, Ella, continued to keep his studio. In 1930, Hanne attended public school.1933-39:In April 1933, our studio, like other Jewish businesses in Karlsruhe, was plastered with slogans during anti-Jewish boycott: « Do not buy from Jews. « At school, one of my classmates made me so angry by teasing her that I tore his shirt. After the pogroms of November 1938, the studio turned to full because we had to take pictures for the new ID cards hit the « J » that Jews had to wear them. The studio remained open until December 31, when all Jewish businesses had to be closed.1940-44: In 1940, we were interned at Gurs, the Vichy detention camp on the border between France and Spain. I learned from a social worker that a priest of the village of Le Chambon wanted to leave the children in the camp. The social worker, of the Children’s Aid Society, made me leave. Freedom was wonderful. But in 1942 the German roundups reached Le Chambon up and I had to go hide in two different farms. The farmers were happy to help. One of them said, « Although he had little, we want to help others. « In early 1943, I fled to Switzerland.

After the war, Hanne lived in several Swiss cities. In 1945, she married Max Liebmann and three years later, she emigrated with her husband and daughter in the United States.

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