Given name: Mieczysław Family name: Centnerszwer (12)

  • (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) YES
  • (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) Male
  • (1) Mieczysław , (5) Mieczysław , (6) Mieczysław , (11) Mieczysław , (12) M
  • (1) Centnerszwer , (2) Centnerszwer , (3) Centnerszwer , (4) Centnerszwer , (5) Centnerszwer , (6) Centnerszwer , (7) Centnerszwer , (8) Centnerszwer , (9) Centnerszwer , (10) Centnerszwer , (11) Centnerszwer , (12) Centnerszwer
  • (6) 1874-10-07
  • (6) 1944-03-27
  • (1) 1874
  • (1) 1944, (8) 1944?
  • (6) Warszawa
  • (6, 8) Warszawa
  • (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) No information
  • (1)

    A professor of Physical Chemistry at Warsaw University, killed by the Gestapo

    (2)

    Professor, he was active in Commission Care for Representatives of Arts and Sciences (komisja do spraw opieki nad przedstawicielami nauki i sztuki)

    (3)

    A Chemistry professor, he heads the committee which was in charge of detecting frauds in baking - such as adding talc to flour.

    (4)

    a professor of Warsaw University until the war, he ran polytechnic courses in the ghetto

    (5)

    gives lectures

    (6)

    professor doctor; finished a junior high school in Warsaw, he studied Chemistry at Lipsk University, in 1900 in Berlin he married Franciszka Anna nee Beck; professor in Riga, Moscow and Warsaw. In the ghetto he wrote a book entitled 'Chemia organiczna' [Organic Chemistry]; he organised Chemistry courses in the ghetto; he lectured Physics and Chemistry at Zweibaum's Courses of Sanitary Training; shortly before the action he crossed to the 'Aryan side', he hid at his wife's, who was 'Aryan' and who he had officialy devorced in 1940; turned in by caretaker's son and shot in the wife's flat by the Gestapo; friends bought his corpse from the Gestapo and buried it in the Catholic cemetery under number 301-6574 - testimony written by the professor's daughter Jadwiga Grohman nee Centnerszwer

    (7)

    A professor. He lectured Chemistry at secret medical courses in the Warsaw ghetto

    (8)

    a professor, he lectured Chemistry at courses for doctors in the ghetto. He hid on the 'Aryan side' at his 'Aryan' wife's. The wife was summoned by the Gestapo. The professor died.

    (9)

    a professor, needed help; head of the Department of Help for the Intelligentsia

    (10)

    white-haired, he was attacked by Germans in Krochmalna Street

    (11)

    prof. - help for the intelligentsia, he runs chemistry courses in the ghetto

    (12)

    professor doctor, lectures Physics in the Judenrat course, at a reading in Courses he opens a discussion about Chemistry - September 1941 he runs the Chemical and Bacteriological Institute, he would be lecturing at pharmaceutical course - organic Chemistry

    • (1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12) Intelligentsia
    • (3) civil servants
    • (7) physicians
    • (9, 11) the rich
  • (6)

    III1p2, 301-4108

    (11)

    a mistake in the original - Centnerwer; he is mentioned in many other sources, incl.: Iop2YV03/2196

  • (1)

    Czerniakow, Adam, Adama Czerniakowa dziennik getta warszawskiego. 6 IX 1939 - 23 VII 1942, (The Warsaw Diary of Adam Czerniakow)

    (3)

    Adler, Stanislaw, <> , <>

    (5)

    Tyszka, Leon; Sukcesy i kleski jednego zycia (Successes and Failures of One Life)

    (6)

    Zweibaum, Juliusz; testimony 301-4108

    (10)

    Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto: the 'journal' of Emanuel Ringelblum; Emanuel Ringelblum’s work was edited and translated into English by Jacob Sloan, and published in New York by McGraw-Hill Book Company, cop. 1958 under the title Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto: the 'Journal' of Emanuel Ringelblum

  • (1) 145, (2) , cz2 str.85, (4) 154, (5) ,58, (7) 165, (8) 252,311,342,397, (9) 63, 72, (10) [204], (11) s. 166, (12) 38/3,99/5,110/2, III 40/2, 86/2