From David Rosner:
Dear Aunt and Uncle (Edy und Gaby Weissmann), dear fellow members of the
As promised I come to you with a recently found photograph, which was deeply
dug into in my beloved father Charles ROSNER’s things – and to be more
precise in one of the more or less preserved cardboard suitcases that
belonged to my grandparents, and which remained all over the years.
As you can see it is about Edy Wagner’s class, I wonder if I read right :
“Zur Erinnerung von meiner III. Volksschulklasse im Juli 1920″…
But I may be wrong.
I hope you all like this as much as I did when I found it !… Unless you
maybe had it already.
Greetings from Normandy.
Directeur Pièces, Service Après-Vente et Informatique, Groupe SAUSSEREAU.
Téléphone : +33.(0)184.108.40.206.15.
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From Shelley Mitchell
I want to share an interesting experience with you. I was looking at the headstones uncovered by the ASF camps. My grandfather’s name was Moldauer. One of the headstones uncovered was that of a Berta Moldauer. I tried to find out more about her but I couldn’t. I don’t think she was in any of the databases. So I continued my long-term search for my Moldauers and I came across this passport application for her son in Brazil. It shows that Berta was married to Wilhelm and their son was named Jakob. While this information did not help me personally, it can now be added to the information we already have about those who lived in Czernowitz. Without the work of the volunteers, Berta would still be an unknown. Hopefully, her grandchildren will look for her someday.