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Birmingham
Henry Aizenman Jürgen Bassfreund (Jack Bass) Josef Beressi Herbert Blatt  Roger Nathan Blum
Jiri Buchbinder Jenny Fried Cohen Ludwig Cohen Margot Eva Klappholz Limmer Fuld
Tobi Kamornik Gerson Arthur Herschthal Rosel (Rachel) Gross Herschthal
Nachama Schlosberg Herzel Aisic Hirsch Irma Kern Koch Lola Borzykowska Liberman
Khaya Draluk Lyublinskaya Chaja Sarah Fryszer (Helen) Nagrodzki Szymon Nagrodzki Walter Nathan
Dora Rozencwajg Nesselroth Max Nesselroth Chaim Schniper Chana Bruztberg Schniper
Walter Siegler Esther Noymark Skurko Leon Skurko
Rabbi Davin Schoenberger Ilse Fuchs Schoenberger Judel Schuster
Pescia (Pauline) Rachman Schuster Bella Draluk Vaysbroyt Semen Zinger
 
 
Anniston
Alfred Caro Helen (Herta) Nathan Caro Erna Frederike Kempenich Einstein
Meta Freibaum Solomon Freibaum Walter Israel
Margareta (Greta) Sybilla Nathan Kemp Rudy Kemp Ernest Kohn Felix Nathan
Henrietta Pollack Nathan Henry Nathan Karl Nathan
Regina Freibaum Nathan Sophie Nathan Nathan Thea Bendix Nathan
 
 
Gadsden
Gus Hagedorn, Sr. Gus Hagedorn, Jr.
 
 
Huntsville
Ernest B. Nathan
 
 
Mobile
Alma Weiss Fisher Tony Fisher Ben Friedberger Henia Friedberger
Frieda Singer Friedman Salomon Friedman Esther Lidwin Loeb Mendel Lubliner
Berta Maisel David Maisel Agnes Löwinger Tennenbaum Harry Zarembo Kela Zarembo
 
 
Montgomery
Helen Szawzyn Diament Sigmund Diament Ernest Sanders Alice Franks
Eliakim Stencel Hinde Stencel
 
 
Opelika
Joseph Hagedorn Rosalia Hagedorn Israelsohn Arnold Stern Hedwig Israelsohn Stern
Henry (Heinz) Julius Stern
 
 
Selma
Frieda Berger Hermann Berger
 
 
Talladega
Fritz Pappenheim Lore May Rasmussen
 
 
 
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum honors as survivors any person, Jewish or non-Jewish, who were displaced,
persecuted, or discriminated against due to the racial, religious, ethnic, social and political policies of the Nazis
and their collaborators between 1933 and 1945.  In addition to former inmates of concentration camps, ghettos,
and prisons, this definition includes, among others, people who were refugees or were in hiding
.

 

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