RE: [Cz-L] Jews Deported as Aliens or Stateless Persons from Bukovina to Transnistria in 1942

From: Edgar Hauster <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2014 19:07:40 +0100
To: Hardy Breier <>
Reply-To: Edgar Hauster <>

Hardy, yes, "hundreds of thousands" or at least 150,000 Jews, as per Yad Vashem:

"When Transnistria was occupied, it was used as a concentration point for the Jews of Bessarabia, Bukovina, and northern Moldavia who were expelled on the direct order of Ion Antonescu. The deportations began on September 15, 1941, and continued until the fall of 1942. Most of the Jews who survived the mass killings carried out in Bessarabia and Bukovina were deported to Transnistria by the end of 1941. Also deported to Transnistria were political prisoners and Jews who had evaded the existing regulations on forced labor. The total number of deportees was apparently 150,000, although German sources put the figure at 185,000. On October 13, 1942, the Romanians called a halt to the deportations to Transnistria."



Edgar Hauster
Lent - The Netherlands

> To:;
> Subject: Re: [Cz-L] Jews Deported as Aliens or Stateless Persons from Bukovina to Transnistria in 1942
> Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2014 14:52:42 +0200
> Edgar,
>> Hundreds of thousands ?
> Hardy
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Edgar Hauster" <>
> To: "Czernowitz Discussion Group" <>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 12:21 PM
> Subject: [Cz-L] Jews Deported as Aliens or Stateless Persons from Bukovina
> to Transnistria in 1942
> Czernowitzers...
> Not enough, that hundreds of thousands of Jews have been deported from
> Bukovina, Bessarabia and partially from the Romanian Old Kingdom to
> Transnistria during the Romanian Holocaust, the Antonescu regime didn't even
> restrain from deporting Jews as aliens or - so-called - stateless persons
> from Bukovina to Transnistria in 1942:
> The listing, bought to you by courtesy of Dragos Olaru from the Czernowitz
> Regional Archives, contains the names, professions and IDs for in total 327
> Jewish deportees from
> Storojinet (31)
> Radauti (103)
> Suceava (158)
> Campulung (35)
> among them citizens from Germany, Austria, Poland, USA, Yugoslavia and
> holders of Nansen Passports, issued by the League of Nations. Let us
> commemorate these victims of the Holocaust!
> Edgar Hauster
> Lent - The Netherlands
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