House number: Transcribed from an original document about Dolha.
Age: In many cases, approximate age is listed.
Occupation: Farmer and store keeper must be
understood in the content of itís
function during the time and period described.
Number of Survivors: Include those who
survived Auschwitz, other concentration camps, males
and females, Hungarian Labor camps (males), as well as those who were absent
during the deportation of Jews from Dolha in the end of April 1944, but managed to
remain alive under other circumstances.
In 1944 the total Jewish Population of Dolha
was 110 Jewish families, comprised of
approximately 550 Jewish residents.
On May 18, 1944, 472 Jewish people were deported to Aushwitz. Out of this number
64 survived after internment in Concentration camps. In addition there were 54 other
survivors. Some served in Labor camps (males), other survivors were not present in
Dolha during the deportation.
37 Jewish families of Dolha perished in Aushwitz without a single survivor.
A video narrative by Sydney Schwimmer, a native
of Dolha, is available at the
Washington Memorial Holocaust Center.