Given name: Erna Family name: Unknown

  • YES
  • Female
  • Erna
  • ca. 1905
  • A housekeeper in the Befehlstelle at Zelazna Street No. 103. A Jewish woman of German origins, she lived in Poland since a long time. A maiden, relatively charming blonde. She supervised the kitchen, controlled cleanliness, prepared baths for the Germans in the bathroom, ironed underwear. Lejkin did not give her a number during the round-up, Brandt himself ordered to lead her out from the round-up without the number.

  • around the author
  • Warm, Ber; fragments of testimonies in: Michal Grynberg, Words to Outlive Us: Eyewitness Accounts from the Warsaw Ghetto, transl. Philip Boehm, Picador, New York, 2003.

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