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Abraham de Vries

Usquert, – Birkenau,

Reached the age of 28 years

Occupation: Pharmacist



About Abraham de Vries

The Police Commissioner of Arnhem requested that Abraham de Vries, a pharmacist living at 16 Koningstraat in Arnhem, be located, detained and brought to trial. He was suspected of having changed his place of residence without the required authorization. This description referred to Jews who had gone into hiding.
In October 1942, another search notice appeared. The Sicherheitspolizei in The Hague r…

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Abraham de Vries, apotheker, vluchtpoging, gedep. vanuit Drancy (Fr.) op 17.12.1943

Abraham de Vries, geb. 17.02.1915 zou op 17.12.1943 met transport no. 53 vanuit het Franse doorgangskamp Drancy naar Auschwitz zijn gedep.

Op een lijst (no. 789) wordt zijn beroep van apotheker genoemd:

Het lijkt om deze Abraham de Vries te gaan.

Bron: Mémorial de la Shoah

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Abraham de Vries and his family

We have been unable to determine whether one or more members of this family survived the war. While their names do not appear on the lists of survivors, we have not been able to trace them in In Memoriam either. They are therefore labeled as 'surviving' and their names are not listed.

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Bram de Vries in Sporen van een Joods verleden

Zie p. 23 in het boekje Sporen van een Joods verleden in Noordwest Groningen door H.Hamburger en J.C. Regtien, 1995 (Profiel Bedum).  Het lukt me niet de pagina met foto's  van eerste luitenant Bram naar u over te maken.


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gehuwd met Carolina de Vries

Carolina heeft Zwitderland wel bereikt de Vries-Minco

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Abraham De Vries, an Engelandvaarder who failed to reach

Abraham De Vries, born in Usquert in 1915, married to Caroline Minco or Menco (1918), was a pharmacist, living in Arnhem. He tried to sell his pharmacy in February, 1942, but the Germans withheld the money he was given for it. Anxious to save his life, he fled to Switzerland with his wife on August 22, 1942 through the Jura mountain. As the border was officially closed, they were to be driven back…

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