Content posted July 9, 2017

Registry of Jewish Rescuers (D-G)

* = killed


 

Name

Location

Description/Organization[Reference(s)]

Efraim Dafni

Northern Italy

Yishuv, partisan rescuer, Parachutist, liaison with partisans

[Friling 2005.]

Reuven Dafni

Yugoslavia

Yishuv, partisan rescuer, Parachutist, liaison with partisans

[Friling 2005.]

Moshe Damesek

Neswisz Ghetto, Ivienitz Forest

Underground partisan leader, Neswisz Ghetto and Ivienitz Forest

[Barkai, 1962, p. 367]

Viktor Dan

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s staff

[Botos-Kovacs, 2007]

Viktorne Dan

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s staff

[Botos-Kovacs, 2007]

Yeshayahu Dan

Romania

Yishuv, partisan rescuer, Parachutist, liaison with partisans

Organized immigration to Palestine

[Friling 2005.]

Leo Danenberg

Turkey

Bergson Group

[Medoff]

Dr. Polak Daniels

Switzerland

Jewish Coordination Committee (Joosesche Coordination Committee)

Worked with World Council of Churches

Theodore Dankner

Romania

New Zionist Organization (NZO)

Palestine office of the JA

Helped obtain papers for refugees

[Ofer 1990. P.79]

Samuel Daroff

Philadelphia, PA., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Milka Datner*

Bialystock Ghetto, Poland

Jewish Fighting Resistance

Killed in August, 1943, revolt

[Barkai, 1962, p. 367; Datner, 1946; Grossman, 1987]

Paul David

France

Central Consistory Legal Commission

Gusta Davidson-Drenger* (1917-1943)

Krakow, Poland; Galicia, Poland

Leader, Akiva, Krokow

Partisan, Western Galicia

She was killed by Nazis, Fall 1943

[Barkai, 1962, p. 368]

Shmuel Dayan

Palestine

Rescue advocate

Alfred Decker

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Vice president, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS)

[HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Amos S. Deinard

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Mrs. R. de Jong-von Kleef

USA

Treasurer, Netherlands Jewish Society, Inc.

Professor Pierre (Pinchas) Delougaz

USA

Advisor, member, Bergson Group

Rescue advocate, activist

[Ben-Ami, 1982, p. 248]

Pál Demény (1901-1991)

Budapest, Hungary

Communist party

Worked with Zionist underground, relief and rescue operation

[Gur 2007. P.72]

Nicolas Deri

Budapest, Hungary

Hazalah

Istvanne Denes

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s staff, Ulloi Utca 2-4

[Botos-Kovacs, 2007]

Dr. Augusto d’Esaguy

Lisbon, Portugal

Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)

Founder and leader, Relief Committee for the German and Polish Refugees, established 1933

Representative, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[Ginzberg 1942. Pp. 170-171

HIAS Archives, Yivo

JDC Archives, Yivo]

Dr. Aladar Deutsch

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Chief Rabbinate

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Aranka Deutsch

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s staff

[Botos-Kovacs, 2007]

Bernard Deutsch

USA

President, American Jewish Congress (Congress), 1929-1935

Egon Deutsch

Terezin Ghetto, Prague, Czechoslovakia

Clerk, Central Registry, Terezin Ghetto

Arrested and deported to Auschwitz for helping Jews

Emil Deutsch

Budapest, Hungary

Relief and rescue activist

[Gur 2007.]

Emmeril Deutsch

Budapest, Hungary

Hazalah

[Gur 2007.]

Miklós “Bub” Deutsch (Ya’akov), (b. 1922)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Helped Jewish refugees from Slovakia; saved young Jews; warned Jews in Hungarian provinces

[Gur 2007. P.73]

Tury Deutsch

Vienna, Austria

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

[Perl, 1978; Ben-Ami, 1982, p. 147]

Josef L. Dewenherz

Vienna, Austria

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[JDC Archives, NY]

David Diamant

France

Solidarite, Trade Union, Rescue Activist

[Lazare, 1996, pp. 26, 62-64]

Abraham Diamond* (1900-1943)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Poale Zion

Partisan, Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB), Brushmaker’s Section, Warsaw Ghetto Revolt, April 1943

Killed in action, May 1943

[Barkai, 1962]

David Diamond

Buffalo, NY., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Samuel Dickstein (1885-1934)

New York, USA

Democratic U.S. Representative; tried to liberalize immigration laws to help refugees from Europe to emigrate to USA

[Lookstein, 1985; Wyman, 1985, pp. 55-56, 121, 151, 198, 273-274, 275-276, 317]

Jenö (Ya’A Kov) Dijósi

Budapest, Hungary

He Halutz Rescue and Resistance

Arrested, escaped from Arrow Cross

[Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. P.74]

Ilja Dijour

Danzig, Poland; Portugal; Portugal; USA

HIAS-ICA-Danzig, 1938; HICEM European secretary, US executive secretary 1942

[Ginzberg 1942. Pp.170-171

HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Solomon Dingol

New York, USA

Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS), vice president, board of directors, 1933-1939, 1942-

HIAS vice president,1933-1939

HIAS executive secretary, 1942

[HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956]

Professor Benzion Dinur

Palestine

Executive, Al-Domi (No Silence); rescue activist

Jenö Diósi (Ya’akov), (d. 1970)

Romania; Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi Hatzair

Helped lead refugees in escape from Hungary to Romania

Monte Dobin

France

Bund Member, Arrested

[Adler 1987. p.203]

Eliyahu Dobkin (1898-1976)

Istanbul, Turkey; Germany; Lithuania; Palestine; Spain; Portugal

Aliyah Bet

Co-leader, Immigration Department, Joint Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv), 1933-1945; head, Histadrut Immigration Department, 1933-1945

Committee of Four

Committee for Polish Jewry

[Biss, 1975; Friling, 2005; Porat, 1990, pp. 114-115]

Boris Dolsky

Minsk Ghetto

Minsk Ghetto Council, Housing Department

[Epstein, 2008, pp. 96-99, 124, 139, 142]

J. Domb

Warsaw

Sent report on Shoa in Poland to Sternbuch’s in Switzerland

[Kranzler, 1991, p. 200]

Miska Domonkos

Budapest, Hungary

Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs)

Technical Services Division

Raoul Wallenberg’s immediate co-worker

Fed and Aided Jews in Camps and Ghettos

Posed as Hungarian Arrow Cross Member.

[Braham 1981.]

Angelo Donati

France; Italy

Major Rescue Activist-Leader, Leader, DELASEM (Aid Commission for Jewish Refugees; Delegazione Assistenza Emigranti); organized major rescue and relief operations.

HIJEFS

Banker, philanthropist

[Carpi, 1994; Latour,1996; Lazare, 1996, pp. 227-232; Leboucher, 1969; Michaelis, 1978; Poliakov, 1955; Samuel, 2002, pp. 88, 109]

Mrs. Sundel Doniger

New York, USA

The Women’s Zionist Organization of America

David Donneger

USA

Philanthropist, gave funds to rescue Jews

[Ben-Ami, 1982, pp. 263-264]

Hugo Donnenbaum

Geneva, Switzerland

Staff, HIJEFS

[Kranzler, 1987, 1991; Friedenson, 1984]

Dezso Donnenberg

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s immediate staff, assistant for Schutzpass holders, manager at Ulloi Utca 2-4

Dezsone Donnenberg

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s staff

Doubi Donner (Amiram)

Belgium

Hashomer Hazair

Zionit He Halutz

Rescue and relif activist

Worked with Nathan Schwald

[Milchman 1998. P.400]

David Donoff*

Lyons, France

Main Office for the Shelter (DCA); Service André – Sixième, shot, Helped Jews escape/leave Gurs Detention Camp

[Lazare, 1996, pp. 170, 340n108]

Dorfman, see Jukel

 

 

Zadok Dorogoyer-Doron

Yugoslavia

Yishuv Parachutist

Liaison with Yugoslav Army

[Friling 2005.]

Yaacov Dostrovsky (Dori)

Palestine

Haganah, Illegal Immigration

[Friling 2005.]

Yaakov (Jacob) Doubinski

Southern France

Founder and president, Dubouchage Committee, Refugee Aid Committee

[Latour, 1970/1981; Lazare, 1996, pp. 227, 232]

Shimshon (Marek) Draenger*, 1917-1943

Krakow and Warsaw, Poland; Czechoslovakia

Youth Movement activist, underground leader, founded and led He-Halutz (Pioneer); tried to save Jews; successfully forged documents, papers; became partisan, urging Jews to escape from ghettoes; arrested, killed

[Barkai, 1962, p. 368]

Tova Draenger* (Gusta Davidson), 1917-1943

Krakow, Poland

Underground activist, co-founded He-Halutz Ha-Lohem in Krakow; wife of Shimshon Draenger; arrested, killed

[Barkai, 1962, p. 368]

Dragoner Family

Yugoslavia

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport; rescue activist

[Perl 1978. Pp.319-321]

Jean Dreyfus

Algeria

Rescue and resistance leader

[Encyclopedia Judacia 1971. P.617]

Abraham Drier* (1916-1943)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Rescued partisans from Gestapo; fought in April 1943 ghetto revolt, killed

[Barkai, 1962, p. 369]

Madeline Dryfus*

Limoges, Southern France

Œuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society)

Relief and rescue worker

Killed

[Samuel 2002. P.95]

Marguite Dreyfus*

France

Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society (HIAS-HICEM), killed

[Samuel 2002. P.92]

Pierre Dryfus (alias “Pierre Dutertre”)

Limoges, Southern France

Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society)

Relief and rescue worker

[Samuel, 2002, pp. 92, 111, 120, 126, 155]

David Dubinsky

New York, USA

Treasurer, Jewish Labor Committee (JLC)

Executive Committee, Board of Directors, JDC

Dubski*

Lachwa Ghetto (Pinsk Area)

Lachwa Jewish Council, Housing Department; promoted resistance and escape; refused to hand over Jewish list, killed

[Trunk 1972. P.471]

Sevek Dumski* (1925-1943)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Partisan fighter, Warsaw Ghetto, with Brushmaker’s Section; fought in April 1943 revolt; killed May 10, 1943

[Barkai, 19692 p. 369]

Sewek Dunski

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Warsaw Ghetto fighter

[Gutman, 1994, p. 213]

Zvi Dunski*

Sosnowitz, Zaglebie, Poland

He Halutz Youth

Underground in Sosnowitz Ghetto, betrayed and killed

Zionist rescuer

[Trunk, 1972, p. 459; Barkai, 1962, p. 369]

Karoly Dusoczky

Budapest, Hungary

Raoul Wallenberg’s immediate staff and co-worker

Alter Dworetsky* (1906-1942)

Zdzieciól (Nowogródek District)

Chairman, Zdzieciól Idiatlovo Jewish Council; organized partisans in ghetto; helped ghetto inhabitants escape; shot by Soviet partisans on May 11, 1942

[Barkai, 1962, p. 369; Trunk, 1972, p. 472; Arad, 2010, pp. 496-497]

Mark Dworzetski

Vilna, Lithuania

Leader, Vilna Ghetto Resistance

Member, PPA

[Arad, 1980; Barkai, 1962, p. 369]

Solomon Dyck

Poland

Rescue advocate

Robert Ebstein

Valence, Southern France

Leader, Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society), Southest Section

[Klarsfeld 1985.]

Marek Edelman (b. 1921)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Bund member

Deputy Commander-Organizer, Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB)

Leader, Brushmaker’s, January-April 1943

Fought in ghetto revolt; escaped May 10, 1943

[Gutman, 1982, 1994, pp. 167, 198, 202, 213, 224]

Samuel Edelman

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Chairman, Alliance Israelite Universelle of America, central committee

Jakub (Jacob) Edelstein* (1903-1944)

Prague, Czechoslovakia

Community leader, worked with the Mossad Aliyah Bet

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), deputy chairman

Prague Transfer Committee

Chairman, Jewish Council, Theresienstadt

Killed in Auschwitz with wife, son, family

[Dagan 1984.

Rothkirchen 2005.]

Zvi Edelstein* (1922)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Member, Dror

Partisan fighter with Benjamin Wald Unit during ghetto revolt April 1943; captured, killed

[Barkai, 1962, p. 370]

Maurits Ernst Edersheim

USA

Treasurer, Netherlands Jewish Society, Inc.

George Edinger*

Northern France occupied zone

Chairman,Leader Group II General Council of French Jews (Union Général des Israélites de France; UGIF) after September 1943, killed

[Cohen, 1986, pp. 92-93, 101, 106, 133, 162, 164; Rayski, 2005, pp. 305, 307-309]

G.A. Efroymson

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Ilya Ehrenberg (1891-1976)

Soviet Union

Jewish Antifascist Committee; reported Nazi atrocities

Rabbi Marcus Ehrenpreis

Stockholm, Sweden

Former Chief Rabbi, Bulgaria

Rescue advocate, leader in Sweden

Lobbied Swedish government to rescue and support Danish Jews.

[Yahil 1969.]

Ehrlich*

Molczadz Ghetto

Chairman Molczadz Ghetto (refugee from Sicesia)

Tried to intercede with Germans to prevent deportation, tortured, killed

[Trunk 1972. P.441]

Chaim Ehrlich

Szarkowszcyzna Ghetto

Underground ghetto leader, helped 10,000 Jews to escape

Louis H. Ehrlich

Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Rudolf Ehrmann

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Economic Management

S. Eichenstein

New York, USA

Executive director, Agudas Israel of America, Inc.

Dr. Mordechai Eliash (1892 – 1950)

Turkey

Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA)

[Ofer 1990. P.272]

Eliyahu Eilath (Eliyahu Epstein) (1892-1950)

Istanbul, Turkey

Rescue Committee, Jewish Agency for Palestine, Political Department

[Friling 2005.

Ofer 1990.]

Anschel (Asher) Einhorn (1915-1986)

Hungary

Hehalutz Hatzair, 1933-1939

Dror Habonim

Underground Resistance

Deported to Auschwitz, 1944

[Gur 2007. P.76]

Menahem Einhorn (1920-2000)

Máramoros District

Dror Habonim

[Gur 2007. P.77]

Albert Einstein

USA

Major Rescue Advocate, fundraiser

Hon. chairman, United Palestine Appeal

Hon. chairman, American Committee of OSE

Miklós (Moshe) Eisenburg* (1922-1943)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Helped refugees arriving from Poland, Slovakia

Sela Organization, Helped refugees arrested (1942)

Sent to detention camp, committed suicide

[Gur 2007. Pp.77-78]

Manik Eisenstein

Krakow, Poland

Leader, Organization of Pioneer Jewish Youth in Krakow, He-Haluts Ha-Lohem, armed underground, resistance, forged and distributed documents

R. H. Eitje

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hachnosas Ourechim, relief activist, ran CJV under Dr. David Cohen

Willi (Zeev) Eisikovits

Budapest, Hungary

He Halutz Rescue and Resistance

[Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. P.78]

Ferenc “Feri” Eisinger (b. 1927)

Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi Hatzair

Helped produce forged protective documents

Arrested, tortured

[Gur 2007. P.79]

Chaim Yisroel Eiss

 

leader, Agudath Israel

Paul Elbogen

Vienna, Austria

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport; Betar

[Perl 1978.]

Klári Elfer (Karni), (b. 1928)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Liaison officer, Swiss Glass House

Transferred forged Swiss protective papers

[Gur 2007. P.142]

Oszkár Elfer (Yehuda Ben-David), (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Rescued Jews from Labor Units; moved Jews into protected houses

Captured and tortured, but was able to escape to continue rescue work

[Gur 2007. P.55]

Dr. Elias

Vienna, Austria

Karen Hayesod, Austria

Dr. Mordechai Eliash (1892-1950)

Istanbul, Turkey

Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency in Turkey

[Frilling 2005.]

Bela Elk*

Budapest

With Raoul Wallenberg, saved Jews from death marches; murdered by Arrow Cross.

[Braham 1981. P.706]

Elchanan Elkes* (1879-1944)

Kovno (Kaunas), Lithuania

Veteran Zionist; Chairman of the Ältestenrat (Council); supported effort to save Jews; died in Landsberg concentration camp in Germany

Abram I. Elkus

New York, USA

Hon. Vice president, American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Board of Directors, JDC

Chonen Elterman

White Russia

Partisan Commander, Kuznetzov Division; killed

[Barkai, 1962, p. 370]

Robert Endewelt

France

Solidarity, Leadership Youth Section

[Adler 1987.]

Dr. Eng

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Vocational reorientation

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Mr. Engel

Vienna, Austria

Kultusgemeinde office, staff, Vienna

H. Engel

Helsinki, Finland

Refugee Committee

Helsinki Jewish Congregation

[Rautkallio 1987.]

William P. Engel

Birmingham, AL., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Morris Engelman

New York, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Clarence H. Enggass

Detroit, MI., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Dr. (Shlomo) Shmuel Enzer

Romania

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport, Palestine Office

Mosad Aliya Bet Organizer

Arrested in 1943 for helping Jews

[Ancel 1987.

Ofer 1990.

Perl 1978.]

Erzebét (Elizabeth) Eppler (1921-1999)

Budapest, Hungary

Hazalah

“Gordon Circle,” “Borohov Circle”

Worked with Swiss legation in Budapest

[Gur 2007. P.79]

Dr. Sandor (Alexander) Eppler

Hungary

Magyar Izraeliták Pártfogo Irodája

Arthur M. Epstein

Portland, OR., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Eliyahu Epstein (Eliyahu Eilath) (Elat), (b. 1903)

Turkey

Mossad, Jewish Agency Political Committee, 1934-1945, Yishuv emissary, JAE

[Frilling 2005.]

Frank Epstein

New York City, New York, USA

Secretary, American Federation for Lithuanian Jews, Inc.

Harry Epstein

USA

HIAS board of directors 1933-1939

[HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Lazar Epstein

Warsaw, Poland; Kobe, Japan

JEAS Warsaw; helped refugees escape

[Ginzberg 1942. P.165

HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Max Epstein

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Miss Mila Epstein

Bucharest, Romania

Betar rescue activist; Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”) Perl Transport representative

[Perl 1978.]

Paul Eppstein

Germany

Central Committee of German Jews for Relief and Reconstruction (Zentralausschuss der Deutschen Juden für Hilfe und Aufbau)

Reich Union President

Mossad Aliyah Bet

Deported to Theresienstadt

[JDC Archives, NY]

Zsigmund (Yehoshua) Epstein (b.1924)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Underground Activist

[Gur 2007. P.80]

Edit Erdös

Budapest, Hungary

Rescued children, worked with Ottó Komoly, Department A, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

[Cohen 1986. P.271

Gur 2007.]

Jacob Erlanger

Switzerland

HIJEFS

Wolf Erlanger

Switzerland

HIJEFS

Alfred I. Esberg

USA

Vice president, National Refugee Service (NRC)

Eliyahu Even

Romania

Betar

Aliyah Bet

Broniek Ezerowics

Paris, France

Bundist, Rue Amelot Committee

Solomon Ezrati

Salonika, Greece

Spanish Vice-Consul in Salonika

Helped save Jews, arrested, deported to Bergen Belsen, survived

Béla Fábián

Budapest, Hungary

Rescue activist

Member Hungarian Parlaiment, warned Jews

[Braham 1981. P.706]

Tibor Fábián

Hungary

Member of “Shunoni Group”

[Gur 2007. P.81]

Leon Falk, Jr.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Myron S. Falk, Jr.

New York, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Emil Faltyn (Emerich Falti)

Vienna, Austria; Prague, Czechoslovakia

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

Organized rescue actions, obtained and distributed forged visas

[Perl 1978.]

George W. Farber

Worchester, MA., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Leon Farhi

Bulgaria

Community leader, underground Jewish consistory

Jewish Aid Society

Rescue advocate

[Chary 1970. Pp.61, 145]

Albert Farkas

USA

Vice president, Association of Hungarian Jews in America

Viktor Farkas (Avigdor Ben-Ze’ev), (1926-2004)

Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi Hatzair – underground

Worked at Swiss Glass House

Founder of hospital on Vilmos Csaszar Boulevard, Budapest

[Gur 2007. P.60]

Miklós (Shmuel) Fast (b. 1919)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Underground activist with wife Otilia Fast

[Gur 2007. P.83]

Sara Feder

USA

Co-chairman, National Labor Committee for Palestine

Rabbi Simon Federbusch (1892-1969)

Finland

Chief Rabbi of Finland; rescue activist

[JDC Archives, NY

Rautkallio 1987.]

Árpád Federit (1891-1971)

Budapest, Hungary

Gordon Circle

Saved Jewish children from Slovakia; forged and distributed protective papers

[Gur 2007. P.83]

Itzik Feffer (1900-1952)

Soviet Union

Jewish Antifascist Committee

Publicized Holocaust in Europe

Zvi Feher

Slovakia

Working Group (Pracovná Skupina); liaison with camps

R. Feiberger

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Vocations

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Benjamin Feigenbaum (1923-1981)

Budapest, Hungary

Bnei Akiva

Underground activist, Glass House

[Gur 2007. P.86]

Endre (Avraham) Feigenbaum (Feigi), (b. 1919)

Budapest, Hungary

Rescue activist – Hashomer Hatzair

Tried to warn Jews; worked in Glass House

Arrested, imprisoned, tortured; escaped

[Cohen 1986. Pp.234-235

Gur 2007. P.86]

Louis Feigenblatt

Costa Rica

Representative, JDC

[JDC Archives, NY]

Israel Feinberg

USA

Vice chairman, Jewish Labor Committee (JLC)

Nathan Feinberg

 

Member, Committee of Three that submitted Bernheim Petition to League of Nations, May 1933

Leon Feiner (1888-1945)

Poland

Underground leader

Bundist

Deputy Chairman of Polish Council for Aid to Jews, Zegota

Organized ZOB, Jewish fighting organization

Warned Jews

[Gutman 1977. Pp.367-398]

Morris Feinstone

New York City, USA

Vice chairman, Jewish Labor Committee (JLC)

Co-chair, National Labor Committee for Palestine

Laja (Léa) Feldblum, alias Marie Louise Decoste

Izieu, France

Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society) worker, Izieu Children’s Home

Deported to Auschwitz, survived

[Klarsfed 1984.]

Leibl Feldhendler*

Sobibor death camp, Poland

An organizer of the Sobibor uprising, October 2, 1943; former chairman, Zylkowk Ghetto Jewish Council; killed

[Trunk 1972. P474]

Otilia (Tila) Feldman (Fast), (1919-1991)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Helped refugees from Slovakia

[Gur 2007. P.82]

Szidonia Feldman

Budapest, Hungary

Head, Division of Public Feeding (Népélmezési Osztaly), Pest Ghetto

[Braham 1981. P.860]

Yehoshva Radler-Feldman (1885-1957), pen name Rabbi Benjamin

 

Writer, journalist; founder, Al-Domi (Do Not Keep Silent) in 1942; rescue activist

Edit Felner (Metuka Grosz), (b. 1925)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni

Distributed documents

Arrested, deported to Auschwitz; survived

[Gur 2007. P.116]

Baruh Felsenburg (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi Hatzair

Helped Jews escape from labor camps in Hungary

[Gur 2007. P.86]

Dr. Otto Fenner

Budapest, Hungary

Medical doctor, Head Doctor, hospital rescue activist

András Fenyö

Budapest, Hungary

Department A, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

[Gur 2007.]

David Ferdman

Brussels, Belgium

Comité d Assistance aux Refuges Juifs

[JDC Archives, NY F450-451]

Imre Fettman (Haim Golan) (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Distributed documents, money in provinces to save Jews

[Gur 2007. P.106]

Jozsef (Yeshayahu) Fettmann (Joseph Golan), (1920-1995)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Rescue and relief activist; helped refugees

[Gur 2007. P.86]

Tibor (Yeshayahu) Fettman (b. 1924)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Underground rescuer

[Gur 2007. Pp.86-87]

Benzion Feuerstein

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Rescue activist, liaison

[Dagan 1984. P.36]

Moses I. Feuerstein

New York City, New York, USA

Chairman, American Committee for Relief and Resettlement of Yemenite Jews

Szolem (Sholem) Fialin*

Zdzieciól (Nowogródek District)

Partisan, helped Jews

Killed

[Trunk 1972. P.472]

Arye Fichman

Romania

Yishuv Parachutist

Organized emigration to Palestine

[Friling 2005.]

Roger Fichtenberg

Southern France

Sixième (The Sixth Division), French Jewish Scouts

[Rayski 2005.]

Herta Field

Southern France

OSE; relief worker; Rivesaltes concentration camp

[Samuel 2002.]

Harold Fields

USA

Child Adoption Bureau, rescue activist

[Zucker 2008.]

Elias Fife

New York City, New York, USA

President, American Federation for Lithuanian Jews, Inc.

Dr. Wilhelm Filderman (1882-1963)

Bucharest, Romania

Lawyer, leader of the Autonomous Committee for Assistance (Comisia Autonoma de Assistenta)

President, Union of Jewish Communities (Federatia Uniunilor de Comunitati Evreesti)

Head, Aid Committee

Representative, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[Ancel 1987.

Enchclopedia Judaica 1971. Vol.6 pp.1274-1275

Filderman

Friling 2005.

JDC Archives, NY F898-912

Safran 1987.

Yad Vashem Archives]

Ignace Fink

Nice, Southern France

Secretary-general, Dobouchage Committee (Refugee Aid Committee)

[Latour 1970/1981.

Rayski 2005.]

Joseph L. Fink

Buffalo, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Ch. Finkelstein

USA

Secretary, Association of Jewish Refugees and Immigrants from Poland

Louis Finkelstein

New York, New York, USA

Executive Committee, Board of Directors, JDC

Mario Finzi*

Bologna, Italy

Leader, DELASEM, Bologna

Killed

[Leboucher 1969.

Sarfatti 2006. P.208]

Shalom Finzi

Yugoslavia; Latvia

Yishuv Parachutist

Liaison with Yugoslav Partisans

[Friling 2005.]

Max Firestein

Los Angeles, CA., USA

Board of Directors, JC

Harry Fischel

New York City, New York, USA

Treasurer, Hebrew Sheltering Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS)

Board of Directors, Executive Committee, JDC

[HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Avri Fischer*, 1924-1944

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Forged and distributed protective documents

Deported to and murdered in Auschwitz

[Gur 2007. P.87]

Edit Fischer (Dr. Hava Eichler), (b. 1923)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni

Distributed forged protective documents; worked in Swiss Glass House

[Gur 2007. P.76]

Enrö (Ernst) Fischer (1924-2000)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni

Rescue activist

[Gur 2007. Pp.87-88]

Josef Fisher*

Czechoslovakia

“We Remain Faithful” Petition Committee

[Dagan 1984.

Rothkirchen 2005.]

Joseph Fischer

Nice, France

Representative, Zionist groups

Federation of French Jewish Organizations, Executive Committee

Member, Dobouchage Committee

Worked with Angelo Donati

Jewish Nation Fund (JNF)

[Cohen 1987.

Rayski 2005.]

Dr. Otto Fischer

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Bureau of Statistics

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Peter Fischer (Fay), (1919-2000)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Department A, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Rescued children

[Gur 2007. P.83]

Viktor “Viki” Fischer (Reshef) (b. 1919)

Budapest, Hungary

Treasurer, Maccabi Hatzair

Forged and distributed protective documents; rescue operative

[Gur 2007. P.191]

Wilhelm Fischer

Romania

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

World Jewish Congress

Jewish Coordinating Council

Aided and rescued Jews

[Braham 1981. P.348

JDC Archives, NY]

Alois Fischl

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde)

Administration of Palestine Office

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Lena Fischman

Southern France, Marsailles

Volunteer Emergency Rescue Committee (ERC)

[Fry 1945.

Marino 1999.]

Arthur A. Fishzohn

Turkey

JDC overseas staff, Turkey, 1944-1945; Bulgaria, 1946

[JDC Archives, NY]

Lisa Fittko

Southern France, Marsailles

Volunteer Emergency Rescue Committee (ERC) Guide (Passeur)

[Fry 1945.

Marino 1999.]

Abraham Fixler

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Liaison with Central Office for Jewish Emigration

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Fizer

Southern France

Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society); rescuer; led children to Switzerland

Louis Flashenberg

USA

Vice president, United Galician Jews of America

András Fleischer

Hungary

Shimoni Group

[Gur 2007. P.88]

György Fleischer

Hungary

Shimoni Group

[Gur 2007. P.88]

Pal Fleischer (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Rescue activist with Moshe Alpan; helped children

[Gur 2007. Pp.88-99]

Trudy Fleischer (b. 1929)

Slovakia; Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi Hatzair

Rescue activist

[Gur 2007. P.89]

Gisi Fleischman* (1897-1944)

Slovakia

Czech underground resister

Founder and leader, Working Group (Pracovná Skupina)

Jewish Center (UZ), Emigration Department

Zentrales Sociales Fuersorge-Kommittee fur die Juden in Slovensko

Representative, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

Women’s International Zionist Organization (WIZO)

Proposed Europa Plan

Helped Jews escape to Hungary

Deported to Auschwitz, killed

[AJC Archives, NY

Campion 1987.

Dagan 1984. Vol.3

Frilling 2005.

Fuchs 1954.

Neumann 1970.

Weismandel 1960.]

Dr. Karl Fleischman

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Central Secretary

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Eva-Chava Fleischmann

Berlin, Germany

Member, Chug Chalutzi (Zionist Circle) rescue group

Hermann Flesch

Vienna, Austria

Rescue activist

Revisionist Party

Bernard Flexner

New York, USA

Vice president, American Joint Reconstruction Foundation (Foundation), 1932-1938

Chairman, board of directors, Palestine Economic Corporation

Vice president, refugee Economic Corp.

[JDC Archives, NY]

Arthur Flugelman

New York, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Ugo Foá

Rome, Italy

Leader, Jewish Community of Rome

[Gur 2007.]

Imre Fodor (Amir Doron), (1923-2001)

Budapest, Hunary

Hanoar Hatzioni

Rescuer with Jewish Council

Department A, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Forged and distributed protective papers

[Gur 2007. P.74]

István (Mordehai “Mordi”) Fodor* (1921-1944)

Budapest, Hungary

Sela Organization

Helped refugees from Slovakia

Died in forced labor camp

[Gur 2007. P.90]

Istvan Foeldes

Budapest, Hungary

Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs)

Mosaiska Foersamlingen

Stockholm, Sweden

Rescue and relief activist

[JDC Archives, NY F921]

Mr. Foerster

Vienna, Austria

Kultusgemeinde, Education Department

Fogel

Pilica Ghetto

Chairman, Jewish Council, encouraged Jews to escape, many did; supplied arms to Jews

Bela (Dov) Fogel (b. 1927)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim

Armed underground

[Gur 2007. P.90]

Chaim Fogelman

Naliboki Forest (near Minsk), Belorussia

Partisan commander with “Unit 106,” “Zorin Unit”; saved Jews in forest

[Suhl 1967.]

Ella Elefánt Foltyn (1922-2003)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Distributed forged papers; helped save children; sister of Moshe (Pil) Alpan

[Gur 2007. P.91]

Phillip Forman

Trenton, New Jersey, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Leo Foltyn

Terezin Ghetto

Head of Central Registry

Deported to Auschwitz for altering records to save Jews

Béla Forgács

Budapest, Hungary

Volunteered with the Swedish Legation 1944-1945

Rescued Jews with Diplomats Per Anger and Raouc Wallenberg

[Anger 1981.

Braham 1981. P1087

Skogland 1997.]

Charles F. Foster

Toronto, Canada

Board of Directors, JDC

Ernst Fraenkel

New York City, New York, USA

Executive secretary, American Federation of Jews from Central Europe, Inc.

[Gur 2007. P.93]

Gabi Fraenkel (b. 1923)

Hungary

Dror Habonim

Helped refugees from Slovakia; warned Jews; distributed protective documents

[Gur 2007. P.93]

Jenö (Eugene) Fraenkel (1897-1986)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader, Mizrahi, Relief and Rescue Committee of Budapest of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv)

Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs)

Management at Swiss Glass House

[Braham 1981. Pp.107, 933

Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. Pp.92-93]

Lili (Ahuva) Fraenkel (1906-1958)

Budapest, Hungary

Mizrahi

Helped refugees; wife of Jenö Fraenkel

Arrested by Gestapo

[Gur 2007. P.94]

Miklós (Mordehai) Fraenkel (b. 1923)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Sela Organization

Aided refugees from Slovakia

Arrested, deported to concentration camps

[Gur 2007. P.94]

Sandor (Shmuel) Freaenkel (1918-1990)

Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Helped Jews escape ghettoes in provinces

[Gur 2007. P.95]

M. Frangeort*

France

Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, HIAS-ICA; killed

[HIAS HICEM Archives, NY

Wischnitzer 1956. P.192]

Aaron M. Frank

Portland, Oregon, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Dr. E. Frank

Berlin, Germany

Director of Hechalutz, Berlin

A. Richard Frank

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Solomon Frank

Canada

Officer, Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)

Rescue and relief activist

Walter Frank

Shanghai, China

Secretary, International Committee for the Relief of European Jews (IC)

[Krawzler 1976.]

William K. Frank

USA

Vice chairman, National Refugee Service (NRS)

Egmont L. Frankel

Canada

Officer, Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)

Rescue and relief activist

Shabse Frankel

USA

Vaad Hatzalah

Max Freedman

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Rabbi Freeman

Jerusalem, Palestine

Pro-Palestine Committee

Andras (Avigdor “Andi”) Freiman (1922-1945)

Hungary

Commander of Beitar in Hungary; rescue and relief leader

[Gur 2007. Pp.95-96]

Archibald J. Freiman

Canada

Officer, Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)

Rescue and relief activist

Tamas (Tzvi) Freiman (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Beitar party

Prepared and distributed forged protective documents; brother of Andras Freiman

[Gur 2007. P.96]

Raymond Fresco

Southern France

Nice Committee of UJRE

Fülöp (Phillip) Freudiger

Budapest, Hungary

Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs), head of the Orthodox community

Rescued Jews in provinces

[Braham 1981.

Cohen 1986.

Levai 1948.]

Joseph Fridman

Southern France

Zionist, Left Poale Zionist Leader CGD

[Adler 1987.]

Jancsu Fried (Ya’akov Foren), (1924-1999)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Distributed protective papers, Glass House

[Gur 2007. P.92]

Harry Friedenwald

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Vice president, Zionist Organization of America

Alexander Frieder

Manila, Philippines

Refugee Aid Committee, Manila

[JDC Archives, NY F784-787A]

Rabbi Armin (Abba) Frieder (1911-1946)

Slovakia

Leader, Working Group (Pracovná Skupina); Nebenregierung

Founder, Ohel David rescue organization

[Dagan 1984. Vol.1,2,3

Freider Papers

Yad Vashen, Jerusalem]

Herbert S. Frieder

Manila, Philippines

Refugee Aid Committee, Manila

[JDC Archives, NY F784-787A]

Philip S. Frieder

Manila, Philippines

Refugee Aid Committee, Manila

[JDC Archives, NY F784-787A]

Joseph Friedlander

Vilna, Lithuania

Secretary, Palestine Office, Vilna, Lithuania

Lajos Friedlander* (1888-1944)

Hungary

Founder, Borohov Circle

Rescue advocate

Murdered in Auschwitz in 1944

[Gur 2007.]

Dr. Desider Friedmann

Vienna, Austria

Community leader activist

Kultursgemeinde

Deported to Dachau, 1938

Theresienstadt, 1942

[Levin 1968. P.111]

Dezsö (David) “Devi” Friedman (b. 1921)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader in Bnei Akiva

Rescue organizer with David Asael

Arrested and escaped

[Gur 2007. Pp.97-98]

Elisha Friedman

USA

Allotment Committee, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), JNF, UPA

Relief activist

[JDC Archives, NY]

Dr. Frantisek (Franz) Friedman

Prague, Czechoslovakia

Jewish Committee of Prague

Representative, Jewish Agency for Palestine, Transfer Committee

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde)

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[Dagan 1984. Vol.3

JDC Archives, NY

Rothkirchen 2005.]

Gerson Friedman

Vienna, Austria

Rescue and relief activist; saved Jews from deportations to Dachau

Imre (Moshe) Friedman (Moshe Pridan), (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Beitar

Rescue activist

Arrested, sent to Auschwitz and Moldorf concentration camps; survived

[Gur 2007. P.98]

Isaac Friedman (‘Perrin’)

Toulouse, France

Mutual Aid and Assistance Committee, Toulouse

Janos Friedman (Yona “Jani” Ben-Tzvi), (b. 1927)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim

Rescue activist with chidren’s homes

[Gur 2007. P.59]

Julius Friedman

 

Jewish member, Czechslovakia State Council in Exile; organized rescue

K. B. Friedman

USA

Chairman, advisory board, Tel-Hai Fund, Inc.

Max L. Friedman

New York, NY, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Richard Israel Friedman*

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde)

Warned Jews

Deported and murdered in Auschwitz, 1944

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Solomon Friedman

New York City, New York, USA

Vice president, Agudas Israel of America, Inc.

Tibor (Meir) Friedman (b. 1925)

Budapest, Hungary

Bnei Akiva

Underground rescue activist at Swiss Glass House

[Gur 2007. Pp.98-99]

Viktor (Avigdon “Viki” Yitzhak) Friedman (1914-1982)

Budapest, Hungary

Mizrahi

Distributed protective documents on death marches; employee at Swiss Glass House

[Gur 2007. P.97]

Dr. Desider Friedmann

Vienna, Austria

Head of Kultusgemeinde

Arrested after Nazi Anschluss, later deported to Auschwtiz

Zalman (Zygmunt) Friedrych* (1920-1943)

Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

Member Jewish Underground

In July 1942 escaped ghetto, went to Treblinka death camp to report on murder of Jews there

[Bartoszewski 1969.]

A. Frischer

Czechoslovakia

Jewish community leader; confidential representative, JDC

[JDC Archives, NY]

Ernest Frischer

 

Jewish member, Czechslovakia State Council in Exile; organized rescue

Herman Sandor Fröhlich (Tzvi Efrati), (1923-1991)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Worked in Swiss Glass House; distributed forged proctive papers and relief supplies

[Gur 2007. P.75]

Yitzhak Frolinger (alias Kis Tokaj), (b. 1928)

 

Member of MI-HA

Underground operative

[Gur 2007. P.99]

Norbert Fryd

Czechoslovakia

Community leader, fundraiser for “Give! Build! Live!” campaign for refugees and needy Jews

Franz Fuchs

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde), Department of Housing

[Rothkirchen 2005.]

Istvan “Fabri” (Avri) Fürdei (1922-1948)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Aided refugees from Slovakia

Arrested and deported to Germany

[Gur 2007. P.100]

Dr. Robert K. Füredi

Slovakia

Zentrales Sociales Fuersorge-Kommittee fur die Juden in Slovensko; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[AJC Archives, NY]

Lajos (Arie) Funk* (1920-1944)

Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Sela Organization

Aided refugees from Slovakia

Arrested, murdered in Auschwitz, 1944

[Gur 2007. P.100]

Alex Furst

Budapest, Hungary

Hatzalah

Volunteered for Swiss legation

Viliam (Vilem) Furst (d. 1944)

Slovakia

Working Group (Pracovná Skupina); Nebenregierung

Jewish Center (UZ), Finance Department

[Dagan 1984. Vol3 p.205

Rothkirchen 2005.]

Lea Furszt-Komoly (b. 1921)

Budapest, Hungary

Maccabi and Hatzionim Haclal’im

Relief and rescue activist

Distributed Auschwitz Report

Daughter of Nathan Komoly

[Gur 2007. P.101]

Éva Gábor (Hava Eisenberg; Weisz), (b. 1923)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni

Underground activist; distributed protective documents

[Gur 2007. P.77]

Ibi Gál

Budapest, Hungary

Nurse, relief worker

Marceli Galewski

Treblinka death camp, Poland

Leader, underground camp resistance

Israel Galili (1911-1986)

Palestine

Labor Zionist

Commander, Haganah (1935-1947; Illegal Immigration)

Created Mossad Le Aliya Bet

[Friling 2005.]

Moshe Galili (Krivosheyn)

Paris, France; Vienna, Austria; Europe

Aliyah Bet

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”) – Perl Transport

[Ofer 1990.

Perl 1978.]

Denise Gamzon

Southern France

Member of the Resistance, wife of Robert Gamzon

[Adler 1987.

Cohen 1986.

Latour 1970.

Lazare 1996.

Rayski 2005.]

Robert Gamzon (“Lieutenant Lagnes”); (1905-1961)

Southern France

French partisan leader, rescuer, resistance fighter. 

Leader of UGIF.

Founded Jewish Scout movement. 

Established fighting French Maquis units.

[Adler 1987.

Cohen 1986.

Latour 1970.

Lazare 1996.

Rayski 2005.]

M. H. Gans

Geneva, Switzerland; Holland

Founder, Jewish Coordination Committee (Joosesche Coordination Committee; JCC); Gans Group; hid and maintained Jews in Holland

Hanna Ganz (Aniko Grünfeld; 1923-1995)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader, Dror Habonim

Tiyul leader, smuggled Jews to Romania

Rescue activist, arrested, deported to Auschwitz, survived

[Cohen 1986. P.262

Gur 2007. P.117]

Shulamit Gara

Budapest, Hungary

He Halutz Zionist

Escape leader

[Oral History

Museum of Jewish Heritage]

Michael Garber

Canada

President, Eastern Division, Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)

Rescue and relief activist

[Gur 2007. P.103]

Gyula (Johanan) Gárdos (b. 1920)

Hungary

Underground rescue and relief

József (Joseph) Gárdos (1921-1945)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim; aided refugees from Slovakia; rescued Jews from labor camps; warned Jews regardsing deportations; set up escape routes; distributed protective papers

[Gur 2007. P.104]

Lea Gárdos (Friderika Tischler) (b. 1919)

Hungary

Distributed protective documents, letters and funds; wife of Johanan Gárdos

[Gur 2007. P.104]

Georges Garel (d. 1979)

Southern France

Children’s Aid Rescue Society (Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants; OSE)

Leader, Garel Network (Réseau Garel), Lyons, France

[Adler 1987.

Cohen1986.

Lazare 1996.

Marrus 1981.

Rayski 2005.]

Lieb Garfunkel

Kovno (Kaunas), Lithuania

Vice chairman, Kaunas Jewish Council; encouraged escape and resistance

Lea Gaszner (Cohen)

Hungary

Dror Habonim

Saved Jews from forced labor camps

Deported to Auschwitz, survived

[Gur 2007.]

Avraham Gedaljevics (1923-1961)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim; underground activist

[Gur 2007. P.105]

Yitzhak Gedaljevics (b. 1925)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim; underground partisan

[Gur 2007. P.105]

Binyamin Gefner

Northern Italy

Yishuv partisan rescuer, Parachutist

[Friling 2005.]

David Moritz Geiger

France

UJIF

[Lazar 1996.]

Dr. Geiger

Romania

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

Palestine Office (Yishuv)

[Ofer 1990.

Perl 1978.]

George M. Geigin

New York City, New York, USA

President, American Friends of Polish Jews

Leonard Geis

Philadelphia, PA., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Marcel Geismar*

Southern France

Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE; Children’s Aid Rescue Society)

Deported and murdered

Raymond Geissman

France

Leader, General Council of French Jews (Union Général des Israélites de France; UGIF)

[Cohen 1987.

Poznanski 2002.]

Bernard Gelbard

Kovno (Kaunas), Lithuania

Rescue activist with Zorach Warhaftig

[Warhaftig 1988.]

Dr. Endre Gellért (Dr. Eliyahu Galor) (1917-1997)

Budapest, Hungary

Hatzionim Haclali’im and Maccabea

Helped refugees from Slovakia

Worked in Swiss Glass House, Protection Department, distributed Schutzpässe, food supplies to ghettoes

[Cohen 1986. P.190

Gur 2007. P.102]

Leon Gellman

New York, NY., USA

Co-chair, Palestine Foundation Fund (Keren Hayesod), Inc.

Vice chairman, United Palestine Appeal

Board of Directors, JDC

Abraham Gepner* (1872-1943)

Warsaw, Poland

Centos; prominent member, Warsaw Ghetto Council; provided arms and funds to resistance; provided relief to Warsaw Ghetto

Gyorgy Gergely

Budapest, Hungary

Tangier Committee for Aid to Refugees (Comité de Assistance aux Réfugiés Tangier)

Josef Geron

Sofia, Bulgaria

Chairman, Jewish Consistory of Sofia; tried to stop deportation, defended Jews

[Chary 1970.]

Áser “Bubi” Gerson* (d. 1943)

Transylvania

Aliya Bet; Hashomer Hatzair; arreseted, sent to labor camp; died in Ukraine

[Gur 2007. Pp.105-106]

Herry Gertz

New York, NY., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Madame Getting

France, occupied zone

Director, Section 42 (Placement of Children), UGIF-N; worked with Juliet Stern

[Cohen 1985.]

Dr. Albert Geyer

Budapest, Hungary

Rescue leader, General Zionists

Palestine Office, Budapest

[Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007.]

Dr. Nador Ghingold

Romania

Secretary, Jewish Council – Jewish Center

Moshe “Diadia Misha - Uncle Misha” Gildenman (d. 1958)

Korzec (Korets) Ghetto, Ukraine

Partisan leader; member, Jewish Council; recommended revolt and escape to forests; died by suicide

[Suhl 1967.]

Simcha Gildenman

Korzec (Korets) Ghetto

Partisan leader, son of Moshe Gildenman

[Suhl 1967.]

Meyer Gillis

USA

American Joint Reconstruction Foundation

[JDC Archives, NY]

N. V. Gilmovsky

USA

Secretary, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

Fundraising, Landmannschaften

[JDC Archives, NY]

Otto (Toto) Giniewski

Southern France

Zionist Brigade of Montpellier, see Zionist Youth Movement (MJS; Mouvement de Jeunesse Sioniste)

[Lazare 1996.

Poznanski 2002.]

Pino Ginsberg

Vienna, Austria

Af-Al-Pi (‘Despite Everything’)

Perl Transport

Arranged for transport and visas for Jews to leave Austria.

[Friling 2005.

Levin 1968.

Ofer 1990.

Perl 1978.]

Rabbi Ernest Ginsburger

Europe

HICEM representative, Commission to Spain to negotiate refuge

[HIAS-HICEM Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Marie Ginzburg

Switzerland

International Committee for the Placement of Intellectual Refugees (Comité International pour le Placement d’Intellectuels Refugiés)

Mrs. Yitzhak (Isaac) Giterman*

Poland

Wife of Yitzhak Giterman

Killed January 1943

[Apenszlak 1944. P.73]

Yitzhak (Isaac) Giterman* (1889-1943)

Poland; Lithuania

Jewish Mutual Aid Society (ZTOS; Zydowskie Towarzystwo Opieki Spolecznej)

Jewish Self-Help Society/Jewish Organization of Self-Help (Zydowska Samopomoc Spoleczna; ZSS)

Head, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), 1939-1943; staff 1919-1943

Killed in Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

[JDC Archives, NY]

Léon Glaeser

France

Founder, Jewish Defense Committee, Secretary of FSJF

Treasurer, Rue Amelot Committee

[Adler 1987.

Cohen 1987.

Rayski 2005.]

Dr. Glancz Aharon Glantz (Golan) (b. 1922)

Budapest, Hungary

Physician, relief activist

Rescue and relief activist; arrested, escaped to Romania

[Gur 2007.]

Dov Glanz (Golani), (b. 1927)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim

Helped refugees

Courier, Tiyyul operative

Froged, distributed protective papers

[Gur 2007. Pp. 107-108]

Alexander (Abbé) Glassberg (1902-1981)

Lyons, Southern France

Vicar of Notre Dame De Saint Alban, Lyon

Partisan, Anti-Nazi, rescued Jews

Children’s Aid Rescue Society (Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants; OSE)

Founded Christian Friendship (Amitié Chrétienne), Mosad Aliya Bet

(Jewish convert to Catholicism)

Main Office for the Shelter, (DCA)

[Lazare 1996.

Marrus 1981.

Rayski 2005.]

Eliyahu Glazer (Gleser)

Danzig, Poland; Prague, Czechoslovakia; Vienna, Austria

MossadAliyah Bet

leader of NZO (New Zionist Organization)/Betar

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

Distributed forged travel documents

[Friling 2005.

Ofer 1990. Pp. 77-79, 80

Perl 1978.]

Gesja Glazer* (d. 1944)

Kovno and Vilna, Lithuania

Leader, underground partisan; died by suicide before capture in 1944

Josef Glazman* (1913-1943)

Lithuania

Leader, Betar Zionist

Commander, youth armed partisans, co-founder, United Partisan Organization (FPO)

Warned Jews in ghettoes and villages; helped Jews escape ghetto

Killed in action, October 7, 1943

Dr. Gluck*

France

Physician at Brout-Vernet (Allier)

Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (Childrens Aid Rescue Society; OSE), killed

 

Dr. Emil Glück

Sweden

Zionist

Organized Zionist Centers to prepare Jews for Emigration

[Yahil 1969. P.22]

Dr. Robert Glücksthal

Zagreb, Yugoslavia

Community leader; rescue and relief activist

Zacharia Gluska

New York City, New York, USA

Executive director, American Committee for Relief and Resettlement of Yemenite Jews

Vera Görög

Budapest, Hungary

Rescued children, worked with Otto Komoly

Dept A International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

[Gur 2007.]

Ahoron Golan (Glantz) (b.1922)

Budapest, Hungary

Dror Habonim

Underground Activist

[Gur 2007. P.106]

Abraham Goldberg

New York, USA

Vice president, American Federation for Polish Jews

Ottó (Ya’akov) Goldberger, b. 1919)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Rescue activist

Distributed forged documents

[Gur 2007. P.109]

Mrs. I. M. Golden

San Francisco, California, USA

Women’s Zionist Organization of America

Leon Goldenberg

Transylvania

Bucharest, Romania

Committee for the Aid of Jewish Refugees from Northern Transylvania (Comitetul de asistentá a refugiatilor evrei din Ardealut de Nord)

Neska Goldfarb (Ágnes Szandel), (1921-2000)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader, He Halutz Resistance (Zionist Youth)

Dror Habonim

Worked for Swiss legation with Tsvi Goldfarb

Warned Jews of deportations

[Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. Pp. 109-110]

Zwi (Tsvi) Goldfarb (1921-1977)

Poland; Budapest, Hungary

Leader, He Halutz Resistance (Zionist Youth Resistance)

Dror Habonim

Smuggled Jews

Captured and tortured

[Braham 1981.

Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. Pp.110-111]

Goldin

Minsk (Byelorussia)

Minsk Jewish Council (Shops); promoted escape from ghetto

[Friling 2005.

Ofer 1990.

Porat 1990.]

Dr. Joseph Goldin

Istanbul, Turkey

Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency in Turkey (JA; Yishuv)

Blanche B. Goldman

USA

Chair, German-Jewish Children’s Aid, 1938-1941

Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman

USA

National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)

Refugee activist

[Zucker 2008. P.11]

Nahum Goldmann (1894-1982)

Germany; USA

Zionist leader, diplomat, rescue activist

Member of subcommittee, High Commissioner for Refugees (League of Nations) in 1930s, represented Jewish Agency

Co-founder (with S. Wise), World Jewish Congress, 1936; President, World Jewish Congress

Co-founder, American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, 1940

Richard S. Goldman

USA

Treasurer, Baron de Hirsch Fund

Solomon Goldman

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Officer, Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs

Chairman, executive committee, United Palestine Appeal

Vice president, Zionist Organization of America (ZOA)

Alfred Goldschmid

Terezin Ghetto, Prague, Czechoslovakia

Clerk, Central Registry

Deported to Auschwitz for helping Jews

József Goldschmied

Budapest, Hungary

Member, Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs)

Rescue advocate

[Braham 1981. P.630]

Sir Osmond d’Avigdor Goldsmid

Great Britain

President, ICA, 1934-1940

Council for German Jewry (Council); Central Council for Jewish Refugees, London

Milton Goldsmith

South America, Cuba

Representative, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Cuba, August 1939-January 1940

[JDC Archives, NY]

Erzsi Goldstein (b. 1927)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair; liaison with underground; helped produce and distribute protective documents

[Gur 2007. P.11]

Herbert S. Goldstein

New York, NY., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Rabbi Israel Goldstein (1896-1986)

New York City, New York, USA

Co-chair, United Palesetine Appeal

Zionist leader, rescue advocate

Vice president, Zionist Organization of America

Co-chair, Palestine Foundation Fund (Keren Heyasod), Inc.

Synagogue Council of America

Jonah J. Goldstein

New York, New York, USA

Board of directors, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS)

Board of Directors, JDC

Joint Clearing Bureau

[HIAS Archives, Yivo

Wischnitzer 1956.

Zucker 2008.]

Mrs. H. B. L. Goldstein

New York, NY., USA

Comptroller, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; Board of Directors, (JDC)

[JDC Archives, NY]

Karl Kotek Goldstein

Vienna, Austria

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

[Perl 1979.]

Peretz (Ference) Goldstein* (1923-1944)

Yugoslavia; Hungary

Yishuv, partisan rescuer, Parachutist

Jewish Agency for Palestine

Captured and executed in Germany

[Friling 2005.

Gur 2007. Pp111-112]

Samuel Goldstein

New York City, New York, USA

Hon. Secretary, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society ofAmerica (HIAS)

President, United Galician Jews of America

Sándor Goldstein (Futó-Galambos), (1909-1963)

Budapest, Hungary

Communist Party

Underground activist, relief and rescue

[Gur 2007.]

I. Edwin Goldwasser

New York, New York, USA

Treasurer, Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Emergency Administration Committee, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

Shlomo Goldwasser

Markuszow Ghetto

Head of Jewish Council, advocated escape

Monroe Goldwater

New York, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Victor Gollancz

Great Britain

Rescue Advocate, wrote pamphlet “Let My People Go.”

Eliyahu Golomb (1893-1945)

Palestine

Security, Joint Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv)

Head of the Haganah, 1921-1945

Mossad Le Aliyah Bet, Histadrut, National Council

[Friling 2005.

Ofer 1990.]

J. J. Golub

New York, USA

Executive Committee, Board of Directors, JDC

Vice chairman, American Committee of OSE Children Aid Rescue Society

[Zucker 2008.]

Eugene Goodman

Cleveland, OH, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Lazure L. Goodman

Indianapolis, IN., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

William W. Goodman

Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Michael Goren (Gorenstein)

Bucharest, Romania

New Zionist Organization (NZO)

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”) – Perl Transport

Betar rescue activist

[Ofer 1990.

Perl 1978.]

Vera Görog

Budapest, Hungary

Department A International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Organized rescue and relief of children in ghetto and protected houses

[Cohen 1986. P.271]

Mortiz M. Gottlieb

Allentown, PA., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Dr. Lajos Gottesman

Budapest, Hungary

Member Jewish Council (Zsido Tanacs

Rescue activist-advocate

[Braham 1981. P.629

Cohen 1986. Pp.72,73,101,129]

D. Samuel Gottesman

New York, New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Ragnar Gottfarb

Stockholm, Sweden

Representative, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

[JDC Archives, NY]

Max Gottschalk

Brussels, Belgium; New York, USA

Pilanthropist

President, HIAS-ICA board of directors, 1942

Negotiated refuge to Belgium, 1939

Boris Gourevitch

France

Committee for the Defense of the Rightes of Jews in Central and Eastern Europe and the Union for the Protection of the Human Person

Nina Gourfinkle

France

Main Office for the Shelters (DCA)

[Lazare 1996.]

Lazar Gourvic

Geneva, Switzerland

Children’s Aid Rescue Society (France de Secours aux Enfants ; OSE)

Eli (Eduard) Gozlan

Algeria

Rescue advocate; worked with American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and HIAS-ICA

Chairman, Association d’etude, d’aid et d’assistance

[Ginzberg 1942 p.193

JDC Archives, NY]

Jean Gozlan

Algeria

Rescue and resistance leader

[Encyclopedia Judaica 1971. P.617]

Charles Grabiner

Brussels, Belgium

He Halutz Rescue and Relief Activist

Association des Juifs de France (AJB ; Association of Jews of Belgium)

Contact with Belgian Underground

Central Committee Poalei Zion

Arrested September 1943

[Eshkoli p.401

Milchman 1998. Pp. 401-409]

Alfred Grant

France

One of the leaders of Solidarité. (Solidarity)

[Rayski 2005.]

Bertil Grass*

 

Zionist Youth escape leader, murdered in Auschwitz

[Goldberger p.40]

Graubart

Vienna, Austria

Vice President, Jewish community in Vienna

Austrian Assemblyman

Supplied and raised funds for Af-Al-Pi and Die Aktion

Rabbi Isi Graudenz

Kovna (Kaunas), Lithuania

Refugee activist with Zorach Warhaftig

M. A. Gray

Canada

Officer, Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC)

Rescue and relief activist

Ester Greenberg

France

Leader Rue Amelot Committee

Established secret shop for forging identity cards, worked with Musnic of the UGIF

[Adler 1985.

Poznanski 2001.]

Herman J. Greenhut

USA

HIAS board of directors, 1933-1939; rescue activist

Arthur D. Greenleigh

USA

Assistant executive director, National Refugee Service (NRS), 1932-1942; executive staff; overseas staff 1944-1946; European Council, JDC, 1944-1945

[JDC Archives, NY

NRS Archives]

Harry Greenstein

Baltimore, MD, USA

Executive Director of Jewish Welfare Funds

Worked with National Refugee Service (NRS)

[Zucker 2008. P.18]

Yaakov Griffel (1900-1962)

Istanbul, Turkey; Romania

Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency in Turkey, Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv) 1943-1944, Romania 1944

Rescue Committee of the Orthodox Rabbis in the United States (Va’ad Hatsala; Emergency Committee for War Torn Yeshivot), Agudat Israel

[Friling 2005.

Ofer 1990.]

Dr. Pierre Grinberg

France

Headquarters MNCR, Southern Zone.

Worked with OSE and Red Cross.

Reuben Grinberg

France

Chairman Rue Amelot Committee (Adler 166)

Federation of French Jewish Organizations (FSJF ; Fédération des Sociétés Juives de France), Coordinating Committee

[Adler 1987. P.166

Poznanski 2001. Pp.459, 467]

Louis Grodsky

New York, USA

Tel-Hai Fund, Inc.

Rabbi Chayim Ozer Grodzenski

Lithuania

Joint Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv)

Founder, Vaad Hatzalah, October 1939

Warhaftig

[Friling 2005.]

Jacob Grojanowski

Chelmno death camp, Poland

First person to escape from Chelmno death camp; reported and witnessed atrocities to Jews in ghetto; reported produced and smuggled out

Dr. Sándor Grosinger (b. 1913)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni; assistant to Ottó Komoly; distributed documents, aid to refugees; Helped escapees from labor units

[Gur 2007. P.114]

Frantisek Gross

Prague, Czechoslovakia

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

Helped Jews emigrate to Palestine, worked with Robert Mandler

[Perl 1978.]

Joel Gross

Newark, New Jersey, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Karel Gross

Prague, Czechoslovakia

Af-Al-Pi (“Despite Everything”), Perl Transport

Helped Jews emigrate to Palestine

[Perl 1978.]

Solomon Gross

Slovakia

 

Haika Grossman (1919-1996)

Bialystok, Russia

Partisan resistance and organizer

Member, Ha-Shomer Ha-Tsazir

Warned Jews about deportation

Fought in Bialystok Ghetto Revolt, August 1943

Aliya Bet, Bricha

Kurt R. Grossman (1897-1972)

Germany, Prague, Paris, USA

Democratic Relief for Refugees in Prague, 1933-1938

Member, Rescue Department, World Jewish Congress (WJC), 1943-1949

Sándor (Alexander) Ben Eretz Grossmann (1909-2003)

Budapest, Hungary

He Halutz Resistance (Zionist Youth Resistance); Hashomer Hatzair; worked in Swiss Glass House

Founded “Blau-Weiss” Movement

[Braham 1981.

Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. P.115]

Vasily Grossman

Soviet Union

Jewish Antifascist Committee (JAC)

Ernö (Yitzhak) Grosz (b. 1924)

Budapest, Hungary

Hanoar Hatzioni; distributed forged protective documents, food and supplies

[Gur 2007. P.117]

Gábor (Böci) Betzalel Grosz (b. 1924)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair; distributed protective documents; worked in Swiss Glass House

[Gur 2007. P.116]

Dr. Ferenc Groszmann

Budapest, Hungary

Physician, medical relief activist

Set up hospital and medical care for Jews in Pest Ghetto

[Braham 1981. Pp.851,882]

Lazar Grousman*

Bucharest, Romania

HIAS-ICA Director

Killed with family during deportation to Transnistria

[Ginzberg 1942. P.194]

Ruth Gruber

USA, Italy

Rescuer of Jews for War Refugee Board (WRB), and US Treasury Department; saved 1,000 Jews as part of Oswego camp, New York

Prominent Author, Journalist

[Gruber 2005.]

Yitzhak Gruenbaum (1879-1970)

 

Polish Zionist leader (1919-1932

Chair, Joint Rescue Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (JA; Yishuv), 1943-1947

“Committee of Four”

Committee for Polish Jewry

[Friling 2005.]

Ilonka Grüngold

Budapest, Hungary

Nurse, relief worker

Aron Gr?nhut

Slovakia

Zionist

Organized smuggling of Jews out of Slovakia

Gaston Grunner

Paris, France

Rue Amelot Committee

UJRE, Paris

United Defense Committee

[Alder 1987. Pp.218-219]

Elias Elijahu Grünschlag

Graz, Austria

Zionist leader; organized emigration to Palestine; son led group to Palestine

Grünschlag, son of Elias Elijahu

Graz, Austria

Led group to Palestine

Jeno “Icu” Grünstein (Jean Greenstein) (b.1924)

Nagyszöllös, Budapest, Hungary

Non Affiliated, Posed as a German Soldier to Rescue Jews

[Gur 2007. P.113]

David (Coca) Grünwald (1925-1985)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader, Hanoar Hatzioni

Warned Jews in provinces, saved Jews from deportation

Rescue activist, distributed forged documents

[Gur 2007. P.120]

Eliezer Grünwald (b1923)

Budapest, Hungary

Bnei Akiva

Underground Activist

[Gur 2007. P.121]

Professor Fülöp Grünwald

Budapest, Hungary

Jewish Council; defied Council to openly protest deportations

Arrested

[Braham 1981.]

Jeno Grünwald

Budapest, Hungary

Jewish Council; defied Council to openly protest deportations

Arrested

[Braham 1981. P.630]

Jenö Grunberger (Ya’akov, Gal) (1923-1977)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Department A, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

[Gur 2007. P.102]

Worked in Swiss Glass House

Aron Grunhut

Slovakia

Zionist, rescue activist

Jenö (Jean) “Icu” Grunstein (b. 1924)

Nagyszöllös, Budapest, Hungary

Underground rescuer, posed as German officer

[Gur 2007. Pp.113-114]

Eliezer Grunwald (b. 1923)

Budapest, Hungary

Bnei Akiva; underground activist

[Gur 2007. P.121]

Bela Grunwalt

Hungary

He Halutz, rescue activist

Tony Gryn

Southern France

Rescuer, guide

[Latour 1970 p.156]

Yehiel Grynszpan

Parczew Forest, Poland

Partisan commander; helped escaped Jews; maintained family camp with several hundred Jews

René Guastalla

France

President Central Consistory

Poznanski 2001. Pp.108,129]

Paul Guggenheim

Switzerland

Swiss lawyer, sent report about the Shoah

Mr. Sylvain S. Guggenheim

Switzerland

HIJEFS

[Häsler 1969.]

Sally Guggenheim

Switzerland

Honorary consul for Yugoslavia, 1937; rescue and relief advocate

[Oral History Testimony]

Mrs. Harry A. Guinzburg

New York, NY., USA

Board of Directors, JDC

Liowa (Yehuda) Gukowsky

Romania

Yishuv Parachutist

Organized immigration

[Friling 2005.]

David Gur (Endre Grósz) (b. 1926)

Budapest, Hungary

Leader, Hashomer Hatzair

He Halutz Resistance (Zionist Youth Resistance)

Worked for Swiss legation in Budapest, 1944-1945; in charge of forging and distributing protective documents

Arrested and tortured by Hungarian police; escaped

[Braham 1981.

Cohen 1986.

Gur 2007. Pp. 121-122]

Murray I. Gurfein

USA

HIAS board of directors 1933-1939 ; rescue activist

[HIAS Archives

Wischnitzer 1956.]

Oscar Gurfinkel

Cuba

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), June 1943-October 1948 

Joint Relief Committee (JRC)

[JDC Archives, NY]

Lazare Gurvic (d. 1960)

Geneva, Switzerland

Union – OSE (Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants; Children’s Aid Rescue Society) offices

[Sammuel 2002. P.29]

Olga Gurvic

Geneva, Switzerland

Union – OSE (Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants; Children’s Aid Rescue Society) offices

[Sammuel 2002. P.29]

Reuben Guskin

New York, USA

Board of Directors, JDC

HIAS board of directors 1933-1939

Vice chairman, Jewish labor Committee (JLC)

Rescue activist

President, Workman’s Circle

Marek Gut* (1926-1944)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair

Rescued Jews, posed as Arrow Cross, distributed protective papers

Executed by Arrow Cross in 1944

[Gur 2007. P.122]

Márta Gut (Ben-Shlomo) (b. 1922)

Budapest, Hungary

Hashomer Hatzair ; underground activist

[Gur 2007. P.58]

Jacob Gutfreund

Brussels, Belgium

Polish Jewish refugee, organized and led gropu of Committee for the Devense of Jews (CDJ)

Commander Jewish Partisan Group

Resisted deportations

[Suhl 1967. P.316]

Gutgesztalt

Radomsko Ghetto

Chairman, Radomsko Jewish Council ; warned Jews ; promoted escape and rescue

[Suhl 1967.

Trunk 1972. P.464]

Emilie Guth

France

Children’s Aid Rescue Society (Œuvre de Secours aux Enfants ; OSE)

Dr. O. Guth

Bohemia-Moravia, Czechoslovakia

Supreme Council of the Federation of Jewish Religious Congregations of Bohemia-Moravia & Silesia (JRC; Kulturgemeinde)

Czech Jewish Movement, Prague, Czechoslovakia

[Dagan 1984. VIII

Rothkirchen 2005.]

Claude Gutman*

France

French Jewish Scouts (EIF)

Sixième (The Sixth); arrested, deported and killed by Germans

[Poznanski 2001.

Samuel 2002. P.83]

Sandor Gutmann* (d. 1944)

Budapest, Hungary

Betar Party

Underground activist

Killed by Arrow Cross in battle

[Gur 2007. P.122]

Leo Guttenmacher

Bucharest,Romania

Rescue activist with Af-Al-Pi (‘Despite Everything’)

Perl transport

Persuaded Romanians to cooperate with rescue operations

Nachem Guttenmacher

Bucharest, Romania

Rescue activist with Af-Al-Pi (‘Despite Everything’)

Perl transport

Persuaded Romanians to cooperate with rescue operations

Jaques Guttman (Griffon)

Nice, France

Rescue Activist, arrested

[Rayski 2005. P.205]

Nathan Gutwirth

Lithuania

Mir Yeshiva

[Kranzler 1976.

Warhaftig 1988.]

David Guzik

Warsaw, Poland

Representative, Poland, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), 1920-1946

[JDC Archives, NY]