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Liane Krochmal

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Diego Cotte

on 2 June 2013

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PICS Short Summary Liane was only a baby when Austria lost its independence and became part of Nazi Germany. Seeing no hope under the Nazis, the Krochmals decided to move to France. They hoped to receive permission to go to the US, but they were not allowed. Soon after her parents and her 11 yrs old brother were arrested by French police and were taken to Germany. They died in Poland. Liane, who was five, and her seven year-old sister Renate, were sent to live in the children's home at Izieu. What Happened Resources http://www.museumoftolerance.com/site/c.tmL6KfNVLtH/b.5767455/apps/s/content.asp?ct=7873857 About Liane She had one 7 yr. old sister, Renate, and one 11 yr. old brother, Siegfried.
Born July 25, 1937 in Vienna, Austria
She was only 7 years old when she died Liane Krochmal On April 6, 1944, the home was raided and the children were shipped to Auschwitz. They were murdered in the gas chambers upon their arrival. This was the gas chamber that she died in. This is Liane Krochmal This is the
page of testimony Google images Wikipedia Never Again 1937 Birth She was born on July 25, 1937 in Vienna, Austria. Death She died in Auschwitz, 1944. No one knows the exact date. The German officer who ordered the despicable raid on the children's home was Klaus Barbie. Barbie escaped punishment after the war by agreeing to work as a spy for the United States, and it was only many years later that the scandal was uncovered. Barbie was eventually sent back to France for trial, where on July 4, 1987, he was convicted of "crimes against humanity" and sentenced to life in prison. This is where she was born. Vienna, Austria This is the Auschwitz
Concentration Camp This is Klaus
Barbie 1944 TIMELINE 1987 Children of the
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