Holubyne Holocaust

The day after Passover 5704 (16 April 1944), the general roundup of all Holubyne's Jews began. They were all taken to the ghetto, where they cowered for a month or so and then were transported to Auschwitz.

~ Holubyne Holocaust Data ~

The names below are from the Nevek deportation lists.
Source: The Nevek Deportation List database at the Nevek-Klarsfeld web site.

Disclaimer: The following names were found searching the Nevek-Klarsfeld web site for individuals listed as living in or born in Holubina. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown, the list is incomplete.

If your family member is not listed below, see the Yad Vashem Archives - Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names, a more complete database of names.

( * = Not transcribed; -né suffix at the end of a name = Mrs. )

NAME Year of Birth NAME Year of Birth NAME Year of Birth
KATZ, Hermann 1929 STERNBACH, Armin 1912 WALDMANN, Jozsef 1930
KATZ, Pepi 1925 STERNBACH, Chaimné 1906 WEISER, Benjamin 1915
KLEIN, Bencion 1912 STERNBACH, Erna 1924 WEISZ, Iren 1926
KLEIN, Bernat 1906 STERNBACH, Eva 1927 WEISZ, Salamon 1917
LIEBERMANN, Mor 1924 STERNBACH, Katalin 1919    
STEINER, Aranka 1912 STERNBACH, Tamas 1897    

~ Holubyne Holocaust Survivors ~

Below are items and links to personal stories by survivors of the Holocaust from Holubyne. If you have a personal story to share by a survivor of the Holocaust from Holubyne, click HERE to contact me.

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Created and Compiled by: Marshall J. KATZ, USA
with assistance from
Amos Israel ZEZMER, France
and the following

JewishGen members/descendants and contributors of Holubyne Jewish families:


Updated: 30 April 2012

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