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(1) Jadwiga Bogucka was 19 during the Warsaw Uprising in August 1944.
She and her mother were sent from their house to a camp in Pruszkow and
then moved on August 12, 1944, by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
(2) Auschwitz death camp survivor Jadwiga Bogucka (maiden name
Regulska), 89, who was registered with camp number 86356, poses for a
portrait in Warsaw, Poland.
During the Warsaw Uprising in August, 1944, when Bogucka was 19, she and her mother were sent from their house to a camp in Pruszkow and then moved on August 12, 1944 by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau. They were liberated by the Red Army on January 27, 1945.
Notes: slightly over 5 months in Auschwitz
- Auschwitz death camp survivor Jadwiga Bogucka (maiden name Regulska),
89, who was registered with camp number 86356, poses for a portrait in
Warsaw, January 12, 2015.
During the Warsaw Uprising in August, 1944, when Bogucka was 19, she
and her mother were sent from their house to a camp in Pruszkow and
then moved on August 12, 1944 by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau. About 1.5
million people, most of them Jews, were killed at the Nazi camp which
has became a symbol of the horrors of the Holocaust and World War Two
(4) - The camp was liberated by Soviet Red Army troops on January 27, 1945 and about 200,000 camp inmates survived.
(5) - On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and
liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were mostly ill and
Jadwiga Bogucka aka Jadwiga
Regulska (maiden name Regulska), 89, registered with camp
number 86356, holds a picture of herself from 1944 in Warsaw Jan. 12,
was it the journalist or reporter who was interviewing this woman
who made such a critical error of the Number being 86356 or was it the
woman in the photograph being interviewed? He actual number
according to the Nazi concentration camp badges system would have been: B6356 - read the article Nazi concentration camp badges
and according to her badge color, she could not have been Jewish.
Additionally it is reported in an article that I read, that
either she or the reporter states that the above photo of the
concentration camp uniform was her original one worn in the camp.
Does that look like it is a 70 year old piece of fabric that has
somehow retained a pristine condition now for 70 years? No, it
looks like it was made just yeasterday? Further research
Red triangle—political prisoners: social democrats, socialists, trade unionists, Freemasons, communists, and anarchists.
Note: Only those prisoners selected for work were issued serial numbers; those prisoners sent directly to the gas chambers were not registered and received no tattoos.
Note: prisoner numbers
was introduced in May 1940, well before the practice of tattooing
began. This first series was given to male prisoners and remained in
use until January 1945, ending with the number 202,499. Until mid-May
1944, male Jewish prisoners were given numbers from this series.
Note: Approximately 90,000 female prisoners were identified
with a series of numbers created for female prisoners in March 1942
until May 1944. Each new series of numbers introduced at Auschwitz
began with “1.” Some Jewish prisoners (but not all) had a triangle
tattooed beneath their serial number.
Note: the SS authorities introduced new sequences of numbers
in mid-May 1944. This series, prefaced by the letter A, began with “1”
and ended at “20,000.” Once the number 20,000 was reached, a new series
beginning with “B” series was introduced. Some 15,000 men received “B”
series tattoos. For an unknown reason, the “A” series for women did not
stop at 20,000 and continued to 30,000.
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