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Kladovo : eine Flucht nach Palästina

Author: Alisa Douer; Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Wien.
Publisher: Vienna : Mandelbaum : Jüdisches Museum Wien, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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A catalogue accompanying an exhibition held at the Jüdisches Museum Wien, July-November 2001. Pp. 10-22, "Die Geschichte des Kladovo-Transports 1939-1942 = The Story of the Kladovo Transport, 1939-1942", by Gabriele Anderl and Walter Manoschek, relate how ca. 800 Jews who left Vienna for Palestine in November 1939 by way of the Danube were stopped near Kladovo, Serbia; all efforts to continue the transport failed.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Portraits
Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alisa Douer; Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Wien.
ISBN: 3854760442 9783854760443
OCLC Number: 49821759
Language Note: German text, with parallel English translation.
Description: 124 pages : illustrations ; 23 x 28 cm
Other Titles: Flucht nach Palästina
Escape to Palestine
Responsibility: herausgegeben von Alisa Douer im Auftrag des Jüdischen Museums Wien ; englische Übersetzung, Karin Hanta-Davis = Kladovo : escape to Palestine / edited by Alisa Douer for the Jewish Museum Vienna ; English translation, Karin Hanta-Davis.

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A catalogue accompanying an exhibition held at the Jüdisches Museum Wien, July-November 2001. Pp. 10-22, "Die Geschichte des Kladovo-Transports 1939-1942 = The Story of the Kladovo Transport, 1939-1942", by Gabriele Anderl and Walter Manoschek, relate how ca. 800 Jews who left Vienna for Palestine in November 1939 by way of the Danube were stopped near Kladovo, Serbia; all efforts to continue the transport failed. In early March 1941, 200 adolescents who obtained certificates were able to immigrate to Palestine. In April 1941, the German army invaded Yugoslavia and all the remaining Jews of the Kladovo transport were murdered. Pp. 23-109 contain the photographs shown in the exhibition, brought to Israel by one of the adolescents, Ehud Nahir, in 1941 and preserved in an album. P. 113 lists the names of the survivors, and pp. 116-122 contain a list of the victims.

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