Jewish cemeteries & Holocaust lists

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Porges victims of the holocaust


At the beginning of the German occupation 118.310 Jews lived on the territory of the so-called Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
In the deportation transports from Prague and Brno, 7.002 Jews were sent to Lodz, Minsk and Ujazdow .
The deportation transports to Terezin numbered 73.468 Jewish prisoners from the Protectorate territory.
From Terezin 60.382 Jewish prisoners from the Protectorate were deported to the East.

254 Porges were deported to the camp of Terezin (60 km North of Prague).

The Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic
keeps the individual cards of transports to the camp of Terezin and provived copies of the 254 records.

In November 2000, Beit Theresienstadt provided a list of 227 Porges deported to Theresienstadt.

The 227 Porges list, sorted by first names
Fully available
The 254 Porges list, sorted by first names
Not fully completed

Cemeteries in Prague


List of the 96 Porges graves (New Jewish Cemetery)

Photos of 16 Porges tombstones (New Jewish Cemetery)

The Jewish cemeteries of Prague

Visit of the New Jewish cemetery

Cemetery of Plzen mentioning the burial of  "Rabbi Porges"


Cemeteries in Vienna


Porges graves in Vienna's cemeteries