Si toutes les victimes du Nazisme n’étaient pas juives, tous les JUIFS furent des victimes.
NI PARDON – NI OUBLI.
1942 700 juifs du ghetto de Zolkiev (province de Galicie, R.S.S. d’Ukraine) sont déportés au camp d’extermination de Belzec.
– 2 000 juifs sont déportés de Rzeszow (Pologne) au camp d’extermination de Belzec.
1942 2 000 juifs du ghetto de Rohatyn (district de Stanislavov, R.S.S. d’Ukraine) sont amenés hors de la ville, où ils sont tués puis enterrés à la hâte dans les fosses communes.
– 1 500 juifs du ghetto de Rava Ruska (R.S.S. d’Ukraine) sont déportés au camp d’extermination de Belzec, où ils périssent.
1943 Les SS exécutent 127 intellectuels juifs de Czestochowa (Pologne).
1944 Evacuation du camp de concentration et d’extermination de Maïdanek (Pologne). Tous les juifs malades sont déportés au camp d’extermination d’Auschwitz, où ils sont aussitôt gazés.
– Un transport de 45 juifs quitte le camp de concentration de Theresienstadt pour celui de Bergen-Belsen (Allemagne).
March 21, 1902
The second of seven children, Jermie was born to poor, religious Jewish parents at a time when Selo-Solotvina was part of Hungary. Orphaned as a young boy, he earned a living by working at odd jobs. In the 1920s he married a woman from his village. Together, they moved to Liege, Belgium, in search of better economic opportunities. There, they raised three daughters.
1933-39: In Liege the Adlers lived in an apartment above a cafe, and Jermie and his wife ran a successful tailoring business. Their children attended the French-language public schools. When war began in Poland in 1939, his wife was fearful, even though Belgium was a neutral country. It brought back troubling memories of her village being overrun during World War I.
1940-44: The Germans occupied Belgium in 1940. To bypass the rationing system, Jermie would buy butter and eggs from the local farmers, who then pretended to the authorities that they’d been robbed. When Liege’s Jews were forced to register in 1942, Catholic friends helped the Adlers obtain false papers and rented them a house in a nearby village. Jermie fell ill and on Friday, March 3, 1944, he checked into a hospital. While he was in the hospital, the Gestapo arrested his wife, two daughters, and a nephew.
Jermie returned to Liege after it was liberated by U.S. troops on September 8, 1944. All but his eldest daughter were killed during the war.